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    "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 Germanicon 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.

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    Infantry Weapons and their Effects (Parts 1 and 2)
    (WWII and Korean era U.S. Training Films)
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