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M1 Garand En-Bloc Clip - 10 Pack of Clips

M1 Garand En-Bloc Clips

$15.95

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M1 Garand En-Bloc Clips

The M1 Garand, also known as the United States Rifle, Caliber .30, M1, is an icon. Not only did it serve as the replacement for the highly-touted M1903 Springfield, it was essentially the first semi-automatic rifle to see widespread issue to infantry the world over. Obviously, the M1 Garand was not perfect, otherwise it would never have been replaced in 1954 by the M14, but during its two decades as the standard issue U.S. service rifle, the gas-operated, .30-06 Springfield-spitting rifle made quite a name for itself.


One of the biggest drawbacks to the M1 Garand is its dated feeding system, which requires the use of an 8-round en-bloc clip rather than a detachable box magazine. What could have been a downfall for the rifle was actually not a big problem at all, though the design is often criticized. Whether you like them or not, you are going to have to use them should you choose to fire the M1 Garand. And if you are going to fire the M1 Garand, you may as well use some clips you can count on, like Keepshooting.com's 10-pack of M1 Garand en-bloc clips.


Our 10-pack of M1 Garand en-bloc clips contains 10 brand new clips that were manufactured to military specifications and are sure to feed your rifle a steady diet of lead. Grab a 10-pack today for the low price of $14.95.

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As noted, the M1 Garand can only be fed by an en-bloc clip. The M1 Garand en-bloc clip holds eight .30-06 Springfield cartridges and is designed to be inserted into an internal magazine within the rifle alongside the cartridges as a singular unit. Upon the final discharge, the clip is ejected by the rifle, leaving the bolt open and ready to accept another. With each discharge comes a distinct pinging sound, one that was believed to have been used by enemy forces to signify reload times and therefore an opportunity to attack. The design was by no means perfect but en-bloc clips were both cheap and reliable, qualities that still exist today and can be found in Keepshooting.com's 10-pack of M1 Garand en-bloc clips.

Original en-bloc clips are over 50 years old, and while they make a nice collectible they are probably not the most practical choice. As such, we decided to begin manufacturing our own brand new en-bloc clips. Just as cheap and just as reliable as the originals, our M1 Garand en-bloc clips are manufactured according to U.S. military specifications on Canadian tooling. Each clip is fully heat treated to preserve strength and tension and finished with the correct gray parkerized finished.

Folks, if you want brand new en-bloc clips, these are the clips for you. And because I do not see anyone producing a variant of the M1 Garand that accepts box magazines any time soon, you are stuck with en-bloc clips. Make sure you get some that work. Make sure you get the 10-pack of M1 Garand en-bloc clips from Keepshooting.com today for just $14.95.

Note: As noted, our M1 Garand en-bloc clips were manufactured on existing Canadian tooling. At the risk of damaging the tooling, it was not re-engineered and the mark was left intact. As such, these clips display the D-A-Q marking from Dominion Arsenal Quebec. This appearance of this mark is not an invitation to pass off our en-bloc clips as originals.

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KP Duty 01-18-2014 01-19-201404:06
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Good product for price
I got a set for my CMP H&R Garand. The finish as others have said is different than other clips you’ll find. They work for me, keeping in mind that helping the op rod on the first round is normal for a Garand. These are tight clips; maybe a little harder to load if you have weak hands.
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Guy 01-04-2013 01-05-201309:17
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Great buy
These clips worked great right outta the package. Would highly recommend.
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RemMax 04-119-2013 04-30-201301:16
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Work fine in my Garand
I picked up a pack of these a while back from a local vendor and while I don't fire my Garand as much anymore as I used to I use these clips when I do and they fit feed and eject just like the WW2 ones I have do.
I see complaints about them being parked not blued but it seems to me most if not all my original Mil-Surp clips are also parked.
Personally I prefer the parkerizing over bluing anyway, just a matter of preference I guess.
Be glad when they get some more in as I would like to pick up another bag just to keep on hand and having brand new clips is nice to have even though my OEM clips still work fine. Can't ever have to many clips for any of my guns though and this is a good deal for brand new clips.
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Jacob 10-276-2013 10-04-201302:00
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Good New Clips
These en-bloc clips are a good price for new ones. They all function well in my M1 Garand.
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Brian 12-356-2012 12-22-201220:37
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I see in other reviews that some had problems with the fit and function of these clips. I didn't seem to have any problem with the ten I received. I would also rather they be blued rather than parkerized, but it doesn't seem to affect their function in either of my rifles. KeepShooting has a great return policy and superb customer service, so I would think it would be worth a try if these are something your looking for.
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