m1 carbine

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m1 carbine

Post by bgreenea3 » Mon May 14, 2012 3:52 pm

I just picked up a 1944 inland m1 carbine. I am always amazed by the craftmanship that went into making military arms from the first half of the century, quality milling of all the parts, everything finished nicely and well put together. And in a 6 lb package. It sure feels likes a handy rifle to tote around. I'll put a range report and pics up when I get a chance to get it to the range....
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Post by Bullseye » Mon May 14, 2012 5:51 pm

A lot of folks liked them for a light small arm.

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