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With a cocking handle magazine release when operating the controls by feel in the dark. that protrudes enough, as the M1 Carbine’s does – although only With the button safety, the magazine could be inadvertently barely – the boot could be used to kick the action open. dropped rather than the safety released. With the lever-type safety, A number of features of the weapon were modified in the light of the trigger finger could also reach the lever with slightly less travel combat experience. The carbine shown in these photographs has than with the cross-bolt safety.

Bill Trexler served with 9th Infantry Division during the advance into Germany; when possible, he chose his weapons to fit the combat conditions. He carried an M1 Garand when fighting through the hedgerows, but used an M1 Carbine in the forests, and a Thompson submachine gun for fighting in built-up areas. Trexler found that when he needed a carbine while fighting in the Hurtgen Forest he could just look for a discarded one and pick it up. He considered the carbine accurate only to about 200yd but for close-in fighting, as in the forest, he felt it would do the job.

30 M6, and, later, the Cartridge, Grenade, Auxiliary M7 were developed. Dummy cartridges were also developed for training use. Subsequently, tracer, blank, and armor-piercing cartridges were developed. 30, M16” tracer ammunition entered service early in 1944. At least one former World War II Marine told the author he tried to load tracer ammunition in magazines for his M1 Carbine whenever possible to spot his fire during Japanese mass attacks at night, but also because he felt these rounds did more damage as they burned through enemy flesh.

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