Are Auto Ordnance M1 carbines any good?
Overall, the Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine acquitted itself well. It was reliable, comfortable and easy to shoot, and quite accurate for 100 yards. This featherlight gun would be very easy to maneuver in and out of a patrol car with its overall length just under 36 inches.
Can I own an M1 Carbine in California?
M1 Carbines are legal in CA as long as they don’t have a folding or collapsable stock, pistol grip, forward grip or flash suppressor and are within overall length limits.
What kind of bayonet was used in the M1 carbine?
US GI M4 BAYONET RUBBER HANDLE ORIGINAL IN BOX. US GI M4 bayonet with rubber handle for the M1 carbine very good condition. In original box. Complete with early type M8A1 scabbard. Extremely rare. M4 bayonet for the M1 Carbine with wood handle. Original GI. With late M8A1 scabbard. Good condition. Extremely rare.
What kind of bayonet was used in the Italian Army?
ITALIAN ARMY M1 CARBINE BAYONET WITH SCABBARD USED SOLD “AS IS”. Italian army M1 Carbine Bayonet with scabbard. Used blades, some damages on the scabbards, sold “AS IS”. Price is for 1 piece. Original US M8 scabbard. GI Used condition. Very used condition. Sold “AS IS”.
When did the US Army get the M1 carbine?
History of the US M1 Carbine Since 1938, the US Army has been eager to equip non-combatant troops with a semi-automatic rifle, less bulky, lighter and more maneuverable than the Garand. It was not until 1940 that the Ordnance Corp. accepted the request. The green light was given in 1941 to the various arms manufacturers to launch the competition.
What are the manufacturers and manufacturers of the M1 carbine?
Manufacturers and reception markings on M1 carbine stocks . Here is a list of the different markings you can find on authentic M1 carbines : Crossed out markings : It is not uncommon to find cases with two manufacturer’s names, one of which is crossed out. In fact, some manufacturers have supplied other manufacturers with breech housings.