Veterans have written back to say that the new Marine marksmen are doing OK with their M-1s in Korea
THERE WAS A TIME you may remember, when a rifle range coach owned more absolute authority than a newly acquired mother-in-law. In short, if a recruit's extremities didn't bend easily into the proper position, coaches seldom hesitated to help the boot.
And the coaches were rugged perfectionists.
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