|M1 Garand||Winchester 94|
|☣ Weapon Statistics ☣|
|Based on:||M1 Garand|
|Damage||108 (on purchase - Mk 4)|
6,912 (fully upgraded - Mk 10)
|Rate of fire|
|Gunsmith level||Tech level 4 (blueprint reveal)|
Gunsmith level 4 (to build)
350 to instantly complete
|Price|| 70,000 |
200 to instantly build
"Amazingly accurate rifle from World War II era that has stood the test of time."The M1 Garand is a rifle in Dead Trigger 2.
The M1 Garand has high damage and range which can kill a zombie in one body shot at early levels. The M1 Garand also boasts it's remarkable hip-fire accuracy. It is very good, as it can still kill zombies at long ranges without aiming down the sights. But for consistent performance, it's recommended to aim down the sights.
There are some drawbacks to using the weapon however. Its fire mode is semi-automatic, meaning shots are fired once every time the trigger is pressed. Another flaw is its low clip size and ammunition count. This gun is for players who are accurate, and get rewarded for being accurate. It almost behaves like a sniper rifle, however instead of a scope, there are iron sights.
It is recommended to pair a shotgun or a submachine gun or any close-quarters suited weapon with this gun, since the M1 Garand is designed for long range marksmanship while the paired gun is used for short range shooting.
Pros & Cons Edit
|High damage, accuracy and range|
|Low rate of fire, low ammo capacity|
- It ejects the clip when the bolt is pulled back when all rounds are expended. In real life, the clip will eject with the bolt jolting back, with a "ping" sound.
- If one is quick enough, one will notice that the amount of bullets visible in the clip when reloading is not consistent with the actual amount of bullets in the clip.