"Infantry Weapons and Their Effects" is an official WWII era training film which demonstrates the use of standard issue U.S. infantry weapons and their effects on various targets. This is a really interesting and unusual video. See rifles, pistols & heavy machine guns shoot into & through steel German helmets, concrete walls, 12 inch tree trunks, & more. Part 2 was produced in 1953 and focuses on U.S. PISTOL CALIBER .45, SUBMACHINE GUN CALIBER .45, U.S. CARBINE, CALIBER .30. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS, OPERATION, AND USE IN COMBAT.
Infantry Weapons and their Effects (Parts 1 and 2)
(WWII and Korean era U.S. Training Films)
Parts 1 and 2 video length = 36 minutes