Johnson Small Arms Charts
Johnson Automatics Small Arms Charts 1 and 2 / Plus bonus
Melvin Johnson designed his first rifle in 1935 and produced a prototype submitted to the army in 1938. The army found the Johnson rifle was built well but it was not suitable for army use. The Johnson rille was turned down in favor of the M1 Garand.
Johnson Automatics arms never caught on and they sold out to Winchester Arms in 1952. Unfortunately Johnson's records and drawings were lost in a fire in 1961. But from time to time original documents and drawings do surface and I was fortunate to obtain two original Johnson Military Small Arms Charts depicting 97 military arms from WWI and WWII and reproduced them on 24" x 36" display.
Also included is a Map of the Battle in the Pacific on 24" x 36".
This download can be taken to a local print shop such as Staples, for printing.