BAND OF BROTHERS



Tungsten | WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

10K Gold and WW2 M1 Garand Rifle Stock

Damascus Steel - Made from WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

Damascus Steel - Made from WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

Black Zirconium and WW2 M1 Garand Rifle Stock

Tungsten | WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

10K Gold and WW2 M1 Garand Rifle Stock

Damascus Steel - Made from WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

Damascus Steel - Made from WW2 Sherman Tank Armor

Black Zirconium and WW2 M1 Garand Rifle Stock

AUTHENTIC

WW2 SHERMAN
TANK ARMOR


The Sherman tank’s primary role was infantry support, spearheading attacks as well as bolstering defensive positions. Though frequently outgunned by their German counterparts, Shermans proved easier to maintain—often fixed on the battlefield.

AUTHENTIC

WW2 SHERMAN
TANK ARMOR


The Sherman tank’s primary role was infantry support, spearheading attacks as well as bolstering defensive positions. Though frequently outgunned by their German counterparts, Shermans proved easier to maintain—often fixed on the battlefield.

AUTHENTIC

WW2 M1 GARAND RIFLE STOCK


The M1 Garand rifle is a 0.30 caliber semi-automatic US rifle designed in 1928 by Canadian-American firearms designer John Garand. It was in service as the standard US service rifle from 1936 to 1957. Thousands of these rifles were also lent or supplied to the allies of United States as foreign aid.

The M1 was still in use in large numbers until 1976 and today it is mainly used for drill purposes or by collectors. From 1936 to 1957 and in the 1980s total 6.25 million M1 Garand rifles were produced and per unit cost was $85 during WWII.

AUTHENTIC

WW2 M1 GARAND RIFLE STOCK


The M1 Garand rifle is a 0.30 caliber semi-automatic US rifle designed in 1928 by Canadian-American firearms designer John Garand. It was in service as the standard US service rifle from 1936 to 1957. Thousands of these rifles were also lent or supplied to the allies of United States as foreign aid.

The M1 was still in use in large numbers until 1976 and today it is mainly used for drill purposes or by collectors. From 1936 to 1957 and in the 1980s total 6.25 million M1 Garand rifles were produced and per unit cost was $85 during WWII.

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