What is a Inland M1 Carbine?

What is a Inland M1 Carbine?

The M1 carbine is modeled after the last production model that Inland manufactured in 1945 and features a type 3 bayonet lug / barrel band, adjustable rear sights, push button safety, round bolt, “low wood” walnut stock, and a 15–round magazine. A 30 rd mag catch was used to allow high–capacity magazines.

Are Inland M1 Carbines any good?

Despite the substandard reliability, the Inland Manufacturing M1 1945 Carbine is a hoot to shoot. The . 30 Carbine round produces very little recoil and is very quiet. When it works, I’d rate this as more fun than any 9mm carbine, and on par with my .

What is the effective range of an M1 carbine?

about 200 yards
The M1 carbine has a maximum effective range of 300 yards (270 m). However, bullet drop is significant past 200 yards (180 m). Therefore, the M1 has a practical effective range of about 200 yards.

Where does the Inland M1 carbine barrel come from?

The Inland name and serial number are added at some point after the casting process. The milled adjustable rear sight appears to have been manufactured by Kensight, a division of KNS Industries. Mountain Rifle Barrel Company in Conway, NH. The barrels have 4 lands and grooves.

When was the M1 carbine made by General Motors?

This M1 carbine was manufactured by the Inland Division of General Motors Corp in 1944 during WWII, and appropriately has “Inland MFG DIV General Motors 5-44″ stamped on the barrel. It includes 1 magazine. There is no visible import mark. The barrel is 18” Long and the bore is in great condition!

What kind of carbine is Inland Manufacturing making?

Today’s Inland Manufacturing is now producing a new line of .30 caliber M1 carbines and 1911 style pistols.

Can you change the markings on a Cal 30 Carbine?

A removable plate inside the mold is used to cast the U.S. Carbine Cal .30 M1 markings. The plate can be swapped out with a different plate to change the markings.