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Old 10-01-2015, 8:59 PM
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I have been picking up carbine brass here and there for the last year or so I need dies and bullets now though.
I use the Lee carbide dies and plated bullets. The ones I'm currently using came from Rocky Mountain Reloading but I also have some from Xtreme that work great with 14 gr Win 296.
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Old 10-01-2015, 9:28 PM
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I use the Lee carbide dies and plated bullets. The ones I'm currently using came from Rocky Mountain Reloading but I also have some from Xtreme that work great with 14 gr Win 296.
Sweet, I have a 4# jug of 296. My book shows 14 to 15.5 grains of H110 for a 110 gr FMJ, 296 should start out the same. I take it they cycle well at that starting load?
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Sweet, I have a 4# jug of 296. My book shows 14 to 15.5 grains of H110 for a 110 gr FMJ, 296 should start out the same. I take it they cycle well at that starting load?
I use both 296 and h110, 14.7gn pushing a 110 bullet cycles well in my winchester m1 carbine. Easy to reload
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O.K. I a picture of my simple CMP rack grade National Postal Meter with an Underwood barrel.
its... a good shooter. 365 & 5 Western Games

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Low wood stocks everywhere!!! I thought I was the only one.👍
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O.K. I a picture of my simple CMP rack grade National Postal Meter with an Underwood barrel.
its... a good shooter. 365 & 5 Western Games

Congratulations on both you and your carbine's shooting capability!
What load?
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My recently acquired IBM. All parts except the stock, front sight, and barrel band are IBM marked!







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Bought at the Del Mar Gun Show in 92 for $225. When it use to be a decent gun show. Shoots great with my reloads.
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Last weekend I picked up a blanket at the flea market, makes a prefect photo background for my carbine.
Already posted a picture of this on the first page, but here's a nicer photo! 1944 Inland.
I originally paid $1k for this, which I thought was a bit much, it included a couple mags, the mag pouch, oiler/sling, and a reproduction paratrooper stock.
When I bought it the guy then offered me a Chinese sks for $100, could pass that up. Sold the paratrooper spock to a friend in Nevada for $150, sold the SKS for $300. Bam, $650 M1!

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Here is my Underwood I picked up about two years ago. It was marked as a Universal. Can you tell why?






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My 4,5 million Quality Hardware Carbine. The best I can determine it was made in September or October '43. It has an undated Rock Ola barrel, and an Ordinance replacement stock. Also has a *****in' type 2 barrel band. the rest is mixmaster.

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Thanks. next time I try posting something I will try the old school [IMG] trick vs trying to use the forum up-load feature
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IBM M1 Carbine (CMP Papered)


Inland M1 Carbine (From last batch of CMP Carbines just released)
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No wonder it is so hard to find a good carbine at a good price when some of you have 2,3 4 even dozens of them. Share the wealth.
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