How much is an M1 carbine 30 rifle worth?
A M1 CARBINE 30 rifle is currently worth an average price of $1,277.49 new and $1,345.58 used . The 12 month average price is $1,240.49 new and $1,313.23 used. The new value of a M1 CARBINE 30 rifle has risen $79.57 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $1,277.49 .
What was the serial number of the M1A1 carbine?
The decision for which receivers would be used for the U.S. Carbine Models M1 or M1A1, and some of the M2’s, were made well after the receiver was completed as all of these models used the same receiver. Serial numbered receivers that failed to pass inspection were set aside as rejects if the defect (s) could not be brought up to minimum standards.
What are the different types of M1 carbines?
The stock has been classified by collectors into 3 types:- type 1 – early stocks with high wood and I-cut oiler recess type 2 – mid war stock with high wood and oval oiler. type 3 – late stock with low wood and oval oiler
When was the low wood stock for the M1 Carbine introduced?
As this area of wood was quite thin and often became damaged, the area was reduced on later M1 carbines and became what is known to collectors as “low wood” stock. Low wood stocks were introduced in early 1944 by most manufactures.
What’s the price of a Marlin 22 rifle?
A MARLIN 22 rifle is currently worth an average price of $576.95 new and $434.92 used . The 12 month average price is $559.03 new and $478.18 used. The new value of a MARLIN 22 rifle has risen $324.39 dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $576.95 .
Is the M1 carbine a collector’s item?
The M1 Carbine exposed in its natural form. Raw American steel and wood. (Photo credit: Fernwood Armory) If you happen to see an old M1 .30 Carbine for sale at your local gun store or gun show it is one rifle worth adding to your collection (make sure it’s in good shape, of course).
When did the stainless steel M1 carbine come out?
This stainless steel version was introduced in 1978 with Iver Johnson’s acquisition of Plainfield Machine. They were available in three config …Click for more info A great example of an original US Military M1 Carbine chambered in .30 Carbine.