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Marushin Full Metal M1 Garand 8mm Airsoft Gas Blowback Rifle w Real Wood Stock

24 Customer Reviews

by Justin R. on 01/01/2012
"This gun is insanely fun and as the last person said it's not nearly as hard kicking as the real gun but's an M1 Garand not an M14
by Zac H. on 12/23/2011
"This Gun is Sick!!! and this gun is a m1 garand and it actually fires .30-06 the M14 actually fires the 7.62x51mm Nato round
by kevin b. on 04/17/2010
"first of i want to start out by saying this gun is very fun andd realistic to fire, while it doesnt nearly have the kick of a real m14, the presence is great 5/5

and to jake c. the M14 fires a 7.62x54mm nato round the AK-47 fire a 7.62x39mm, a shorter, different, round and also a bandolier can be used for A LOT of different things, just saying.
by Jared W. on 09/09/2009
"jake c, you need to relax. Number 1, M1 garands had bandoliers that kept the clips. these were hung around their neck and had around 6 clips in them. and no, there are not bandoliers for ak47's. Dont be hating on people if you dont know what your talking about. The gun is amazing, i have shot one. i have also shot a real one, and the look is quite convincing. i plan on purchasing one on day.
by jake c. on 02/18/2009
"m1's use cartriges that eject usualy never to used again. a bandolier is a belt used usualy to hold 7.62 rounds (ak 47) so ya your a noob whoever said it uses bandoliers and and also whoever said it holds emags also!
by Andrew B. on 01/01/2009
"Another great, authentic rifle put out by Marushin. Sadly to say, the mags DO NOT make the ping noise. No matter what anyone tells you, it DOSE NOT make the ping noise unless you mod is somehow. The 8mm bb's are a plus, eventhough they are hard to find, and the all wood/metal construction makes it extremly durable. The clips ejecting is also a neat little feture in the marushin, along with many more. When you fire the rifle, it makes a huge KA-CHANK noise. My grandfather who was in the Korean war said it felt exactly like the real thing. deffinantly a must buy for any ww2 collector. It is allso useable in a skirmish, you just have to get a couple mags. I would also reccoment that you get the "SI" version, so you may use green gas.
by Michael G. on 12/25/2008
"Myself and a Teammate have these.
this is one of the best reproductions of a ww2 weapon i have ever seen in my 47 years.
the only guns that look as good as this one are REAL guns.
my friends gun, the wood is beautiful walnut. the guns metal parts are fitted and finished in such exact detail that side by side the Real gun is very similar looking.
The gun uses gas efficiently for an 8mm bore.
the action is solid and felt very smooth promising years of use with little wear to the system.
The Rifle is extremely accurate out to standard engagement ranges of 120 ft+
I own a G&G VTRN m14 real wood and know real wood guns, this is a MUST HAVE Real wood gun.
I wish i could tell you all NOT to get this gun so i can buy them all up for myself!
by morgan l. on 12/20/2008
"A BANDOLIER IS A SLING THAT CAN HOLD AMMO the m1 is loaded with clips but anyways this gun crushes some serious cajones
by Jon H. on 12/14/2008
"To Chad.
M1 Garands don't use bandoliers, they use E-Blocks. A bandolier is something that holds extra E-Blocks.
Jon
by Michael W. on 12/03/2008
"You use an 'en bloc', not a magazine or a clip. This rifle looks great. One I'd really think about getting. I assume you can reload mid-clip by pulling the bolt back, right?
by chad w. on 11/30/2008
"ok you dont use "clips" you use bandoliers (i think i spelled it wrong but whatever)....
by Pam R. on 11/20/2008
"And you don't know what you are talking about. The PPSH used a 7.62x25mm pistol round, making it a submachine gun and not an assault rifle.
by Jim X. on 11/10/2008
"The M1 is an Awesome collectorís piece,

As for the two guys below me; the Germans where the first to field an Assault Rifle the MP44 or Sturmgewehr, German for Storm Rifle. The MP44 was first field in mid to late 1943 against Hitlerís will as the MP43, but when he saw the rifleís performs on a visit to the Eastern Front he renamed it the Sturmgewehr and the German Army reclassified it as the MP44. As for the AK47, the service life is in the dam name, Avtomat Kalashnikov - 47, Russian for Automatic Rifle Kalashnikov, model of 1947. There for the AK47 never saw action in the Second World War and the AK47 did not go into full production until 1949. This was mainly because Soviet industry had not fully modernized, on top of all that the Western World did not even know that the AK47 existed until 1959 when the AKM and shown at a military parade in Moscow. Form 1949 to 1959 the AK47 was mainly used by Soviet Special Force, again mainly because Soviet industries could not meet production demands for the Red Army. The MP44 and the AK47 may look the alike, but they are as different as night and day. If you donít believe me ask any military historian, fire arms historian, or collector and call the MP44 and the AK47 the same gun and get ready to be laughed at.
by Douglas P. on 11/02/2008
"thats because the russians had the first version of the ak by the end of the war. The germans did have some that were taken from the russian camps
by Patrick B. on 10/11/2008
"To tell you the truth this is the perfect sniper rifle considering the effective range of airsoft guns are at max 200 feet best accurate so reallt no need of scope i feel this would be the best since its semi auto ejects the clip and shoots at 380 fps with high accuracy very nice job marushin cant wait till i get it