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Inland M1 Carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by jordanvraptor, Jul 27, 2011.

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    jordanvraptor Oregon City, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    The carbine was a restoration project that I never completed. The receiver is marked 737XXX and barrel is marked 12-44 so I think this is a late war issue. I chose it because it still had the original push button style safety and not the later lever style. Its hard to remember but I think the only thing left it needs to be completely Inland is the barrel band and flip sight. This would represent an early war issue. I do have the adjustable sight and an Inland magazine catch that I never installed. The wood stock is an early model thin 2 rivet handguard set that is marked HI with a flaming bomb on the oiler area. I replaced the round bolt with an Inland flat bolt. I have 4 original 15 round magazines from various wartime manufacturers and 2 30 round aftermarket magazines in a banana clip. I have 150 rounds of ammo including 100 rounds of Lake City 1953 in their original boxes. The Lake City ammo is probably worth $100 by itself. The mag pouch is original. It was my father's who was a Marine 0311 at the end of WW2 and China post war. sold

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    jordanvraptor Oregon City, Oregon Well-Known Member

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