WWII M1 .30 Carbine Inland
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WWII M1 .30 Carbine Inland

Price: $1,400.00
SOLD.
Item Number:FW01206

Early WWII era Inland M1 carbine. Six digit serial number, 1757xx, manufactured 1942-43. Inland barrel dated December 1942 with a bright bore.

This M1 carbine is in excellent used condition. Most marked parts and the stock are Inland, although some are of later manufacture than the barrel and receiver because the carbine has been reconfigured to late- or post-war specifications. No import marks.

The carbine has been disassembled, examined, cleaned, lubricated, and test fired.

Magazine, sling and oiler noted below are included.

 

Inland M1 Carbine sn 1757xx Specs:

 

Receiver: First block production, late 1942 or early 1943. No pitting, sharp serial and lettering. Has been refinished.

Barrel: Inland, short skirt, marked “INLAND MFG. DIV. GENERAL MOTORS 12-42” and proof mark “P”. Bore is bright and shiny, crown and rifling are very good. Outside has been refinished.

Front sight: marked “N”

Rear sight: adjustable, milled, marked “SA”

Bolt: flat, marked “A.I.”

Firing pin: marked “I-I”

Extractor: late type flat lip, unmarked

Barrel band: bayonet lug type, marked “J.M.Q. and EM-Q”

Trigger housing: milled, marked “Inland” on right side

Trigger: marked “R.I.”

Safety: rotary, horseshoe M

Operating slide: early type with rounded cut inside handle, marked “PI” with punch mark

Hammer: straight, marked “HI”

Sear: marked “R.I.”

Magazine catch: 15-round type, marked “M WA”

Stock: walnut, oval cut low wood, no M2 cut, marked “HI” in sling well, crossed cannons on right side, “.U.” on left side. No cracks, fewer than average dings/scratches, great appearance.

Handguard: walnut, four rivets, marked “IO”, same good condition and appearance as stock

Recoil plate: marked “DI”

Buttplate: unmarked, square checkering pattern

Magazine: 15-round, marked “K.I.”

Sling and oiler: new repro

 

 

 

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