Mad minute challenge: Enfield vs. K98, M1 Garand and Swiss K31 (VIDEO)

If you ever wondered which WWII-era infantry rifle could bring the heat when it came to laying down lead, we submit the following.

In a joint endeavor between the Lindybeige and Bloke on the Range YouTube gun channels, they take out a Swiss Army 7.5mm Karabiner Model 1931, German Kar98K Mauser, U.S. M1 Garand and a British Lee-Enfield .303 and see what each can do in the arms of the same shooter in a 60-second window.

Then comes the analysis. Sure, a trained rifleman using any of the above could probably have generated more fire in the compressed window, but it is still an interesting look.

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