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If my last one doesn't count. I am sure this Winchester will.




And milsurp collector was right. erma werke .22lr .
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This thread forced me to finally take a few pics of my Postal meter...thanks for motivating me guys.

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crappy pic of my USGI M-1 Carbine.
Bought in back in 1993 (cash & carry at the Great Western Gun Show in Pomona) with ten 15 round magazines, five 30 round magazines, and 5400 rounds of Lake City .30Carbine ammo on stripper clips/bandoleers for $600.
Haven't shot it in over a decade, down to two ammo cans (2160 rounds) of Lake City.

Underwood M-1 Carbine (12-43 barrel date stamp)
I remember seeing a whole wall of carbines at that Pomona show, in the nineties, for $150 cash & carry. Turner's was the seller.
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Underwood (top) and QHMC (bottom)


Inland (top) and Saginaw S'G' (bottom)


3 different IBM carbines


Underwood


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Inland (Bavaria Forestry Police)


Inland (6.33 million serial number)


Winchester (CMP, spring tube receiver)


IBM (CMP, Auto-Ordnance subcontract receiver)


First and second-run Inland M1A1 carbines

The M1 Carbine was the first real firearm I ever touched, and it has been one of my favorites ever since. My father got one of the $20 DCM (forerunner of the CMP) carbines that were sold to NRA members in 1963. He kept it in a GI canvas case in his closet but he never shot it. When I was a boy I would sneak it out of the closet and handle it.

Finally on Father's Day 2008 I took him to a range in southern Washington state so he could shoot it for the first time.

Since I have a gun safe and he doesn't we keep his carbine in my safe. That same $20 M1 Carbine I secretly fondled as a boy is currently in my safe, still in the same GI canvas case.

Very nice Collection, I'm impressed
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Impressive displays, thannks for sharing.

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Just a headsup that carbine ammo you have pictured is fake chinese LC and is corrosive
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A friends NFA M2 at a machine gun shoot in Arizona.
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Don't have a picture, but do have a video. Have had this puppy since I was 18. Planning to eventually put a reproduction para stock on it. Postal meter, 4,2mil.

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Again we need a like button
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Picked up this case this morning. Under the red paint stencil you can see the US and inside it's marked Shane Mfg. 1944. Guy had three, all had the painted deer scene. He said carbine, seems long for my carbine, what say ya'll? Also, paid $10 seeing as how it's got the paint. Still thinking I should have bought all three.
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It a carbine case that has been modified/lengthened
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It a carbine case that has been modified/lengthened
That would explain it. Thanks!
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It a carbine case that has been modified/lengthened
Yup, modified to fit a Springfield 03 or 03-A3
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Not so great picture of my mix master M1 Carbine. I got it years ago for $300. I needed a gun from the Korean War so I bought the recoil check (muzzle brake) to complete the M2 look.

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1944 Inland. She turned 71 last month, and was my first gun. Dad bought her for my 5th birthday back in 1991 from one of the Del Mar Gun Shows. It's mostly correct.

I also have a 1943 IBM in jail.

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My Bavarian / Austrian Inland

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That's a Marlin Model 62 30 Carbine Levermatic under the CMP Inland M1 carbine. It's pretty fun having both.



Here's a .22 Marlin Glenfield Model 70 with a Marlin 99M1 handguard added along with the Tech Sight, just for kix.


I've actually almost grabbed it off the gun rack thinking it was the Inland.
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Tagged. Picking up my Inland soon.
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Wonderful pics everyone!
Here is my commercial model, Federal Ordnance built in 1982.
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With the help of Calgunners, I was able to put this example of Fed Ord.
Post war commercial M1 Carbine back to 1980s period specs!
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I always thought the 30 carbine is such a neat looking gun but have never owned one. I even inherited some 30 carbine swage dies to make my own fmj ammo but they are getting too expensive and hard to find for me.
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I can't believe I never added to this thread. My example of a Standard Products carbine. I love this gun, it's a guaranteed smile on my face when I shoot it.

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I gotta take better pictures of it... mongrel Rockola
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Just won my first M1 Carbine, a '44 Winchester

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=492473351

Better pics when I get my hands on it...
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Just won my first M1 Carbine, a '44 Winchester

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=492473351

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I just jailed a Winchester M1 that was converted to 45 win mag by Lemag. If anyone has any info on where I can get a mag for it it would be a great help.
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Love this gun. So much fun to shoot!
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Here is one I just picked up. A Bavarian Forestry police carbine.

Detailed pics and report here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1102028


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http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=492473351

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Here she is, I kind of wonder about the stock...









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I just won my first one Sunday evening. It is an Underwood and most parts are marked with a U. I have not done any research on M1's yet so this will be fun. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=507641458
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I just won my first one Sunday evening. It is an Underwood and most parts are marked with a U. I have not done any research on M1's yet so this will be fun. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=507641458
I looked at that link, and it looks like you got a real nice one. They are a pleasure to shoot, virtually no recoil. For a 75+ year old design, they are as light and handy a carbine as anything being made nowadays. The M1 carbine is a C&R but still possesses a lot of utility as a functional firearm.
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Top to bottom:
Saginaw
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Inland

Here is my unopened package of USGI magazines, still in the grease and never unwrapped. I have so far resisted the temptation to open and use them.
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I just won my first one Sunday evening. It is an Underwood and most parts are marked with a U. I have not done any research on M1's yet so this will be fun. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=507641458
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Here is my unopened package of USGI magazines, still in the grease and never unwrapped. I have so far resisted the temptation to open and use them.
Nice rifles there Bobby, I remember reading the thread about the unopened USGI mags too.

I had to have the U marked mags sent to my friend with a high cap mag permit to be blocked. Is there anyone that sells mag blocks for carbine mags?

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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.
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Nice rifles there Bobby, I remember reading the thread about the unopened USGI mags too.

I had to have the U marked mags sent to my friend with a high cap mag permit to be blocked. Is there anyone that sells mag blocks for carbine mags?


I have been picking up carbine brass here and there for the last year or so I need dies and bullets now though.


http://www.magazineblocks.com/magent.../?q=m1+carbine


I wish I knew where Bobby sourced his brick-o-mags. I would have one sent to Audiophil and have him block them.
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I wish I knew where Bobby sourced his brick-o-mags. I would have one sent to Audiophil and have him block them.
Thanks! They have what I need.
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