Springfield M1 Garand

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Weapon, Class 1
Springfield M1 Garand
Springfield Armory M1 Garand.jpg
Game information
Category Conventional rifle
Fire modes Semi-auto
Caliber .30-06 Springfield
Barrel length (inches) 24
Feeding system En-bloc clip
+1 round in chamber? No
Critical failure type Failure to eject
Stock type Fixed (S)
Weight (units) 26
Max condition 14000
Shop value / Rarity Parallar symbol.png750 (Rarity 2)
Accessory compatibility
Feeding Garand en-bloc clips
Standard: Garand 8-round clip
Muzzle N/A
Standard: None
Optics N/A
Standard: None
Underbarrel mount N/A
Standard: None
Lights N/A
Standard: None
Real world information
Manufacturer Springfield Armory
Country of origin United States (48 stars).png United States
Year 1936
"Who doesn't know and love the M1 Garand? Once called the greatest battle implement ever devised, the M1 Garand is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in .30-06 Springfield, with everything that it implies in terms of performance. Even in a world of modern fighting rifles, some still cling onto their Garand rifles and the kind of power only a .30-06 can deliver. The most famous feature of the rifle is the iconic en-bloc clip used for reloading it; once you fire the last round loaded, it makes the noise every gun enthusiast loves to hear: Ping!"
Hebizuka (quote written by Tempest)

The Springfield M1 Garand (also called M1 Garand, Garand or just M1) is a .30-06 Springfield conventional rifle.

Maze Customs

This weapon can receive the following minor customization services:

  • Minor configurations: M1 Garand modification services; see below for details

Outline of M1 Garand modification services

There are five modifications available, grouped into four categories:

  • Tactical conversion: (A) EBR Custom
  • Short barrel modification: (B) T26 Tanker Garand
  • Full-auto conversion + Magazine well: (C) T20 Garand
  • Rechambering options: (D1) M1 Garand Mark 2 (7.62x51mm NATO) or (D2) M1 Garand LBR (.260 Remington)

Each modification is assigned a reference code (A, B, C, D1 and D2), to better keep track of which combination each name is associated to.

Any combination of these modifications can be applied to the M1 Garand (with the exception of rechambering options; obviously, only one of the two can be selected).

One-step modifications

Below is the list of one-step modifications; or in other words, each individual modification available, and their effects on the M1 Garand.

M1 Garand EBR Custom

This package replaces the Garand's old wooden stock with the EBR (Enhanced Battle Rifle) frame, made out of aluminium, steel and polymer. The new stock features a retractable stock, pistol grip, a long optic rail and two long side rails for other accessories. In addition, a threaded barrel is installed, for compatibility with standard muzzle devices.

Reference code: A

Modifications:

  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

T26 Tanker Garand

The Garand's 24 inch barrel and matching front handguard are replaced with the T26 version, also known as the "Tanker Garand". The shorter T26 barrel (18.5 inch long) allows the venerable Garand rifle to retain all of its semi-automatic, clip-fed glory, but in a shorter and handier package, allowing the weapon to be lighter and more maneuverable.

Reference code: B

Modifications:

  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.

T20 Garand

Thought the Garand needed more firepower? Remove the old, fixed internal magazine, forget about the en-bloc clips (sorry, ping enthusiasts!), and get the rifle fitted with a select-fire option and a magazine from a M1918 BAR, and you get the monstrous T20 Garand, a .30-06 Springfield battle rifle, capable of 650 rounds per minute in full-auto mode!

Reference code: C

Modifications:

  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Feeding: Becomes M1918 BAR magazines

M1 Garand Mark 2

This modification rechambers your M1 Garand to 7.62x51mm NATO. You can keep your original en-bloc clips, simply load them with ammunition of the new caliber.

Reference code: D1

Modifications:

M1 Garand LBR

This modification rechambers your M1 Garand to .260 Remington. You can keep your original en-bloc clips, simply load them with ammunition of the new caliber. LBR stands for Light Battle Rifle, of course!

Reference code: D2

Modifications:

Two-step modifications

Two-step modifications are a combination of any two of the available M1 Garand modifications. Certain combinations introduce unique changes and options.

M1 Garand T26 Tanker EBR Custom

By introducing both a lighter stock and a shorter barrel, you can bring the M1 Garand to about the weight of a more modern combat rifle. It's still an eight-shot ping machine, but at least it's modern...ish.

This two-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom and T26 Tanker Garand conversions.

Reference code: AB

Modifications:

  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand T20 EBR Custom

It's just like, it's just like, a mini-BAR! You won't find this in a flea market!

This two-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom and T20 Garand conversions.

Reference code: AC

Modifications:

  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Becomes M1918 BAR magazines
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand EBR Custom Mark 2

It's a tacticool ping machine, now in 7.62 NATO!

This two-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom and M1 Garand Mark 2 conversions.

Reference code: AD1

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand ELBR Custom

Enhanced Light Battle Rifle, of course.

This two-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom and M1 Garand LBR conversions.

Reference code: AD2

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes .260 Remington
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand T20/26

It's just like, it's just like, a mini-BAR, but even shorter! Hey, hey!

This two-step modification combines the effects of the T26 Tanker Garand and T20 Garand conversions.

Reference code: BC

Modifications:

  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Becomes M1918 BAR magazines

M1 Garand T26 Tanker Mark 2

Also known as M1 Garand: Not A BM59, I Swear Edition.

This two-step modification combines the effects of the T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand Mark 2 conversions.

Reference code: BD1

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes 7.62x51mm NATO.
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Varies, see below:

If ordering this particular two-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

M1 Garand T26 Tanker LBR

Short Garand in the house, now in .260 Remington.

This two-step modification combines the effects of the T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand LBR conversions.

Reference code: BD2

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes .260 Remington.
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Varies, see below:

If ordering this particular two-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

Three-step modifications

Three-step modifications are a combination of any three of the available M1 Garand modifications. Certain combinations introduce unique changes and options.

M1 Garand T20/26 EBR Custom

It's a mouthful, so I propose calling it Super Mall Ninja Garand instead. I swear there's a Garand in there. I mean, it still pings when you empty it, at least. Are you tired of the word "Garand" yet?

This three-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom, T20 Garand and T26 Tanker Garand conversions.

Reference code: ABC

Modifications:

  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Feeding: Becomes M1918 BAR magazines
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand T26 Tanker EBR Custom Mark 2

OK, so... it's a Garand... with the EBR stock... a short barrel... and it's in 7.62 NATO. I think I get it now.

This three-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand Mark 2 conversions.

Reference code: ABD1

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes 7.62x51mm NATO.
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand T26 Tanker ELBR Custom

OK, so... it's a Garand... with the EBR stock... a short barrel... but this one is in .260 Remington. Right?

This three-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand LBR conversions.

Reference code: ABD2

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes .260 Remington.
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

M1 Garand T20/26 Mark 2

So it's like a Mini-BAR but in 7.62 NATO... Wait, isn't that just a short-barreled M14?!

This three-step modification combines the effects of the T20 Garand, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand Mark 2 conversions.

Reference code: BCD1

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes 7.62x51mm NATO.
  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Varies, see below

If ordering this particular three-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

M1 Garand T20/26 LBR

I'm just as lost as you are.

This three-step modification combines the effects of the T20 Garand, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand LBR conversions.

Reference code: BCD2

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes .260 Remington.
  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Weight: Becomes 22 units.
  • Feeding: Varies, see below

If ordering this particular three-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

Four-step modifications

Four-step modifications are a combination of all four of the available M1 Garand modifications. There are only two four-step modifications, as there are two Rechambering options. Certain combinations introduce unique changes and options.

M1 Garand T20/26 EBR Custom Mark 2

Super Mall Ninja Garand - Not An M14 EBR, I Swear Edition. Get yours today!

This four-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom, T20 Garand, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand Mark 2 conversions.

Reference code: ABCD1

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes 7.62x51mm NATO.
  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Feeding: Varies, see below
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

If ordering this particular four-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

M1 Garand T20/26 ELBR Custom

Aaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!!

This four-step modification combines the effects of the M1 Garand EBR Custom, T20 Garand, T26 Tanker Garand and M1 Garand LBR conversions.

Reference code: ABCD2

Modifications:

  • Caliber: Becomes .260 Remington.
  • Category: Becomes Combat rifle
  • Fire modes: Becomes Semi/Full (AutoROF 5)
  • Barrel length: Becomes 18.5 inches.
  • Stock: Becomes Retractable (RS).
  • Feeding: Varies, see below
  • Weight: Becomes 18 units.
  • Muzzle: Becomes Standard devices.
  • Optics: Becomes NATO mount.
  • Lights: Becomes 2x Long interface.

If ordering this particular four-step modification for your M1 Garand, the workshop will let you choose whether you want it to be compatible with BM59 magazines or M14 magazines.

Other information

  • Special reloading rules applicable to the M1 Garand (and any modified variant listed above that uses the Garand en-bloc clips): Contrary to popular knowledge, if the rifle still has ammunition loaded, it is possible to reload it; there are two ways to do so, both of which can be performed in the game:
    • Manual reload: You may cause the rifle to extract the clip with any unfired ammunition that it still carries; all that is needed is to press a button on the left side of the rifle, then pull the charging handle, ejecting the chambered round and the clip plus remaining ammo immediately, allowing it to be replaced with a fresh one. When manually reloading the M1 Garand, the chambered round and the clip (plus remaining ammunition), will be dropped on the floor separately, allowing you to spend the turn to reload the rifle, as normal.
    • Top off: You may "top off" an M1 Garand as a reload action, by pulling the bolt back and keep the clip and previously chambered cartridge into the magazine; it is then possible to load the weapon with loose rounds. As such, when "topping off" the M1 Garand, up to 3 rounds per turn can be loaded, as normal for reloading with loose rounds.
  • Bayonet compatibility: M5 bayonet