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"An overgrown .22." as the American soldiers in WWII named it. Became popular with tank crews, paratroopers, and other special purpose soldiers (such as engineers, radiomen, mortar carriers, etc.) Was fully taken out of the U.S Military around the Vietnam War, and has now made its way to the hands of police forces all over the world. It is also being sold by various companies on the civilian market. It fires a .30 Carbine round, and has a barrel length of 18 inches. From the beginning of the war to the end there were over 6 million produced by many companies, alot of which are familiar to us today: IBM- Computer company (most likely converted to a war-time factory) Winchester General Motors Underwood Rock-Ola Quality Hardware Standard Products Irwin-Pederson
British Amateur Radio (Radio Ham) Callsign of the Colchester (vhf) Contest Group.
when you run a gaming community and randomly freak out and become an asshole. Includes unpredictably pissing off your community and changing everything and being all pissed for no reason. This person may or may not have a stick up their ass.also, m1dnight
M1dy is a japanese speedcore producer who is managed by the famous Maddest chick'ndom Records record label.
The M-1 Garand was the main battle rifle of U.S. infantry during World War II and Korea, and, in limited numbers, Vietnam. It was chambered for .30-06 Springfield ammo. One common misconception is that the Garand could not be reloaded until the en-bloc clip was completely emptied. Partially-expended or full clips could be ejected by simply depressing the magazine catch. The Garand later served as the basis for the M14 rifle, which is still in limited service to this day.
A spammer at RF that everyone makes fun of, never shuts the fuck up.