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Thought is start a thread showing photos of the M1 Carbine.

One of the funniest guns I've shot very little recoil and great for all ages. Show us your baby









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Nice lookin Carbine you got there.
They are quite a bit of fun to shoot, easy handling and kid friendly.

Mine is also an Inland and in the 5.3 million serial # range.
Here she is relaxing on a blanket.

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Very nice! I should've played dress up and put her USGI sling and oiler on makes it look a lot better. Great light weight gun for back country hiking too!

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Here are a few of mine.
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Some older pics of my Inland. Receiver dates to 1945 with a GM 1944 barrel.













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Very nice M1's guys. Thanks for sharing.
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A unusual M-1 carbine made by Howa Machinery Company Ltd for Thailand. The crest is the royal Thai crest.






A few of it's friends..


For M-1 carbine mag collectors.
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My CMP carbine. Fun to shoot.
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Sadly mine is a bit ****. Will get a CMP one eventually.
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Here are a few of mine.
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Me thinks you misunderstand the definition of a FEW.
Nice collection you got there.
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Nice carbine! Does this ammo in bandolier corrosive? I have some of that ammo but dont want to run it unless it's non corrosive. Thanks

The bandolier was purchased empty of ammo but had the stripper clips and cardboard inserts. The ammo is Aguila that I bought through the CMP.

If I remember correctly I got it from Liberty tree Collectors.
US M1 Carbine Bandolier and Loader Set
Our Products: US Rifle Gear > M1 Garand 30 Carbine
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Description: Carbine .30-Cal-FMJ Ball,brass CASE-AGUILA MFG-500 RDS/CS
500 rounds, manufactured by Aguila. .30 carbine. 110 grain.
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I'll play your silly little game! Really one of the most enjoyable rifles I own to shoot, I want another.

6.3mil Inland, so between Aug-Nov '44. So barrel likely original and looks great.






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Wow some impressive collections here
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Pic taken from the the Oroville C&R shoot Saturday(1/3). 1943 IBM. Was told this one was originally purchased for $20 in the early 60s from the NRA by the family friend I got it from in the late 80s. No idea if true or not.

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Beautiful guns, fellas. Wish I had my own.
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I was thinking that too Very jealous
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'44 Underwood. Born on the same month/ year & right down the road from my mom.
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A unusual M-1 carbine made by Howa Machinery Company Ltd for Thailand. The crest is the royal Thai crest.






A few of it's friends..


For M-1 carbine mag collectors.
That's pretty rare in this country. I've read about them but never saw one before. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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Here are mine. All are IBM, one of them is all correct, another one has the correct date barrel and some correct parts (both are rebuilds though, I think, it's just that the previous owner of the correct one likely spent some time getting the correct parts), and the third one... well, it's a shooter. The previous owner saw fit to "improve" it a lot. The Lyman sight does work pretty well though.


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You are all very bad people. Thus far, I have resisted buying an M1 as I had to have my M1 Garand first. Bought a Service Special HRA a few years ago, thought I was done with rifles but seeing all of your beauties is making me want one pretty badly. Bad, bad Calgunners, terrible influence on me.
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You really do need one. I honestly can't think of a rifle more enjoyable to shoot! Mine comes along to the range nearly everytime.
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Underwood (top) and QHMC (bottom)


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


3 different IBM carbines


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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.
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Some super nice carbines here!!!!
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For those who are contemplating getting one - go for it! They are pleasant shooters and like with the Garand, you smile while you're shooting. What's not to love about that?

Here's my M1 carbine.

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A M1 carbine is on my 2015 list. Great looking carbines guys!
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My M1 carbines are both post war models and thus unworthy of all the greatness posted here.

My IJ is a fine shooter though as well as quite a looker. As mentioned above, anyone who can shoulder a rifle can easily manage an M1c. Such a fun and soft shooting little gun. Apples and oranges from the mighty Grand and a lot less little parts too.
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Some of these collections are amazing and museum quality
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Yeah, it is an Iver Johnson, but it looks great and shoots like a dream:


James River M1 Carbine. Also not a legit WW2 piece but super nice anyway. Presents as brand new inside and out:
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I bought this M1 about 3 months ago on a wim and because it was a good deal. I don't know much about it. I posted it because the heat shield makes it different than all the others on the thread. I acquired the pouch ( I have 3) at a different time and it is also different than the ones posted. inside it has the following inscription. top line " 74-P-142-705" next line " POCKET MAGAZINE" NEXT LINE " CARBINE. 30-ROUND" last line " J.Q.M.D. 1950". I would appreciate any info. Thanks

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does this count ?

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Here is a link to a thread where I shown a good number of different types of M-1 carbine magazine pouches.

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I acquired the pouch ( I have 3) at a different time and it is also different than the ones posted. inside it has the following inscription. top line " 74-P-142-705" next line " POCKET MAGAZINE" NEXT LINE " CARBINE. 30-ROUND" last line " J.Q.M.D. 1950". I would appreciate any info. Thanks
Apparently many of those are reproductions.

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JQMD 1950: Same format and markings as 1949, except for the date. This pouch was very plentiful on the market and in that batch. It does not surprise me that this pouch was REPROED. It was probably the only original pouch the hump artists were able to find. I haven’t seen any in the last year or so, but years ago REPROS were around in heavy numbers. The REPROS had the same markings but were made from lighter canvas and didn’t look or smell like they were 50 years old.

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It's a .22LR M1 Carbine made by ERMA in Germany http://www.m1carbinesinc.com/carbine_em1.html
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Nice. I always thought they were ugly little buggers... Until a little while ago. Now I want one. But would have to get a lame 10 rounder insteD of GI mag... Should've had some foresight and bought a bunch along time ago... Like that ad for a pack of 18
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This is not mine, unfortunately. Pictures from an auction. Several carbine manufacturers made special presentation carbines with fancy wood and polished blued finish for company executives.




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That ones nice has a lot of early features like mine, barrel band, push button safety, peep rear sight
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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)
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Wow that's an awesome deal too bad those days are over
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