I am selling this collectible firearm that I inherited from my fathers estate. Price is $1150.00 Every item of the rifle matches the description of the Inland Division of G.M, U.S. Cal. 30 M1 Carbine, Model of 1944, as listed on Page 81 of the A Collectors Field Guide to U.S. Military Arms: Collecting the M1 Carbine III, by J.C. Harrison. I am not a collector. I would like this firearm to go to someone who is and will enjoy it. I am sure that it will be worth much more in the future. PM me for more pictures or to set time to inspect (Milwaukie/Clackamas area). Here are the details: INLAND DIVISION of G.M. U.S. Cal. 30 M1 Carbine, Model of 1944 Serial #6333846 Front Sight - Milled Barrel - Marked INLAND MFG. DIV. OF GENERAL MOTORS with date 11/44 Firing Proof Marked P (maybe hard to see) Front Band Type B band, Inland Division marked PI in pennant, second variation Handguard - Type D, four rivets, marked OI on inside Slide Type B, 6 oclock M1, marked PI (underlined) Bolt marked A.I. (no number) Receiver marked INLAND DIV. over Serial # 6333846 Rear Sight Type B, milled, marked PI (Saginaw S.G Saginaw) Recoil Plate Type B, marked D.I. Inspections Initials None Ordnance Escutcheon - Inland Buttplate square checkering pattern unmarked Stock Type Type C, low wood, oval oiler cut, marked AO (I think hard to see muzzle end inside) Inside and Bottom of Pistol Grip both unmarked Sling Cut marked OI Trigger Housing Type E, milled INLAND logo on right side Safety Type B, plain. Clip Release marked M push tab, marked E.I. on front lug Hammer marked I-I Bottom of Trigger Guard no marks inside barrel is clean, rifling in very good condition for age Did not take firing pin, extractor or trigger housing apart.