WWI Era USMC Color Poster "Be A Sea Soldier"

The following 17" X 22" Color U.S. Marine Corps "Be A Sea Soldier" WWI POSTER, printed on HP heavyweight coated paper, is available for $15.00 each. BTW: Completely reconstructed and restored! Note: If you desire a specific size poster or particular type of paper (e.g., photo paper for photo framing) please contact Nicolaus Associates for an appropriate quote.

Great looking poster. My wife loved the look of the poster as well as the M1903 Rifle! Go here: http://www.nicolausassociates.com/Patriotic.htm to see the poster website.


How To Shoot The U.S. Army Rifle [M1 Garand]

Originally described as: "A graphic handbook on correct shooting" and published by The Infantry Journal, Inc. (now the Association of the United States Army) in 1943. This 134 page book is all about shooting, sighting in, breathing, positioning, and adjusting the M1 Garand rifle given the weather and/or climate conditions, gauging wind, zeroing the M1 Garand, etc. This book is not for the politically correct - in 1943 the United States was at war with Germany and Japan - it lays out graphically how to handle their troops in combat. Every other page in this book is a black and white picture. On the opposing side is a write-up describing how to do something with the M1 Garand - then you can actually see U.S. Army troops doing it in the picture! I meticulously reconstructed this manual from an exceptional original. 

The pictures are immaculate and exceptionally readable - actually better then the originals in the book I scanned. The original book size was approximately 5" X 7". After considering paying to print the book as a paperback (at nearly the same price as what I'm now charging), I settled in a standard letter-size book that is wire bound with a hard see through front cover. If you want to learn how to shoot the M1 Garand, this is the book.


TM 5-9341 Operation and Maintenance Instructions For Sniperscopes Models M1 and M2 (August 1951)

The Carbine Tech Manual is approximately 75 pages long. There are approximately 35 drawings and pictures showing the operation and maintenance procedures used on the M1 and M2 Sniperscopes for the M1 Carbine. The manual is divided up into the following sections: (1) Introduction, description, and data; (2) Operating Instructions, controls and instruments, operation under different conditions - heat, cold, rain, dust, etc.; (3) Maintenance, tools, equipment, preventative maintenance, trouble-shooting, maintenance of the telescope, maintenance of the lamp assembly, maintenance of the power pack, battery maintenance; (4) Charging rack, charging generator, storage, and demolition.

Go to: http://www.nicolausassociates.com/M1_Carbine.htm