In the jungles of Vietnam, the M1 Carbine served America’s allies in the struggle against Communism.
From 1960 to 1975, the Cold War seethed in a tropical place: Vietnam. It was a war unlike any other we’d fought since our own Revolution; guerilla tactics ruled the day and the difference between friend and foe was a line in the sand being redrawn daily. America was forced to fight with one hand tied behind its back, as the wrong incursion into the wrong piece of territory could upset the balance between the great superpowers of the 20th Century and turn the Cold War into a nuclear furnace. Alliances shifted and the jungle tribe that helped you today might backstab you tomorrow. In this terrible conflict, only one ally remained constant: the M1 Carbine. Its handy size and extra magazine capacity made the M1 Carbine the perfect tool for close combat. This terrific homage to the M1 Carbine from its faithful manufacturer, Kahr Arms Group, goes out to all the heroes of Vietnam … including the ones who still cannot say their names.
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