American Rifleman - November 2010 - (Page 78)

FEATURE CHOSIN FEW Arms Of The “Chosin Few” Sixty years ago American Marines and soldiers were surprised and surrounded in the cold mountains of Korea by an overwhelming force of North Korean and Chinese troops. With bravery and determination, they fought their way out using the small arms described here. BY BRUCE N. CANFIELD, Field Editor Fighting their way out of “Frozen Chosin,” U.S. Army soldiers and Marines battled not only Communist forces, but also atrocious weather conditions. The freezing temperatures caused problems for normally reliable guns such as the M1911A1 pistol and M1 Garand rifle. 78 N OVEMBER 2010 WWW.AMERICANRIFLEMAN.ORG “Relieving Fox Company” by Col. Charles Waterhouse, USMC (Ret.); courtesy of the Waterhouse Museum, http://WWW.AMERICANRIFLEMAN.ORG

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of American Rifleman - November 2010

American Rifleman - November 2010
Editor’s Letter
Armed Citizen
Standing Guard
President’s Column
Readers Write
News, Notes and Ephemera
Questions & Answers
Loading Bench
Expanding Bullets: Really Work
Laser On Board: The New Bodyguards
Election 2010: Had Enough? Vote Freedom First!
Political Report
Election 2010: Races To Watch
The Model 94 Rides Again
Spanish Broomhandles
Blaser: The Evolution Of German Hunting Rifles
Arms Of The “Chosin Few”
Walter R. Walsh: An Amazing Life
Dope Bag: Data & Comment
ILA Report
Regional Report/Member Info & Benefits
Programs & Services
I Have This Old Gun

American Rifleman - November 2010