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  1. Long Guns for Sale
    First off, let me say that I'm not an M1 Carbine expert. Based upon the research that I've done and the disassembly that I can do (without having a bolt tool), this is a 99% parts-correct M1 Carbine. The only part that I can absolutely say is not an Inland Manufacturing part is the recoil plate...
  2. Wanted
    About 1 hr west of Asheville. Not looking for a WWII original, I cannot afford. Please pm me with price, pics & info. Thanks.
  3. Parts & Accessories
    FS: 15rd (1), 30rd (2) M1 Carbine Mags One 15rd G-Q (Quality Hardware) marked 15rd M1 Carbine mag. Two 30rd 'Made in USA' (generic aftermarket) mags. - SPF All are VG condition, little use, welded lips. $20. Each, shipping at cost. Located in the N. CLT area. (Woody's on 4/9) -R
  4. Long Guns for Sale
    have a nice M1 carbine made by Standard Products. It is one of 247,000 produced by SP in WWII. It has been through at least 1 arsenal rebuild but most likely two. No import marks and this adds some value to the gun. Has two armorer wood repairs on the left front near the muzzle band. The stock...
  5. Long Guns for Sale
    I have a nice, early M1 carbine made by Inland Div. of General Motors. It has a six digit serial # which puts it in the first block produced by Inland in WWII. It has been through at least 1 arsenal rebuild since it has the later, type III adj. sight, mag release and the flip safey. It does...
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