They are REALLY rare, but if it has a large 1,2,3,4, or 5 on the stock it is for sure a prototype. If it has a number over 6 with just numbers and no letters, it may be. Look at some pictures of M1 carbine stocks, and see if it looks any different. If it has any weird stamps on the wood, re-ask the question with a description of the stamp.
The M1A1 Carbine was an American semi-automatic, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder weapon designed as a modified varient of the standard M1 Carbine, the difference between the two models is that the M1A1 has a retractable steel wire stock, making it more compact and lighter than the M1 Carbine, while the M1 Carbine had a standard solid wood rifle stock. The M1A1 was issued primarily to American Army paratroopers in Europe due to its light weight, compact wire stock. The M1A1 was fed from a detachable box magazine that contained 15 .30 carbine cartridges, the same as the regular M1 Carbine.
The Universal Arms thirty caliber M1 Carbine, with a Monte Carlo stock is valued at $430 in good condition.?æ Fair condition value is $350.
It should if it fits on other kinds of M1 Carbines.
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
The M1 Carbine was semi auto, the M2 carbine was full auto.
Are you referring to the M1 Garand, or the M1 carbine? A Garand can go anywhere from $500 to over $1000, all things dependent. An M1 carbine, generally, you'd be looking in the $400 - $700 range.
A rifle or carbine.
M1 carbines are semi-automatic and M2s are full automatic.
what is a m1 carbine worth
M1 Carbine Or M1 Garand
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what year was my Winchester M1 carbine serial number 1210906 manufactured
Literally hundreds of pages of material have been written on the M1 Carbine, to include different marks used by contractors and subcontractors. Your best bet is to find a copy of Scott Duff's book(s) on the M1 Carbine.
For Range the M1Garand is better, but for close quarters and compact-ability the M1/M1A1 Carbine is better. It's the difference between cartridge's M1 garand is in 30-06, and the M1/M1A1 carbine is in 30 carbine, which is designed for close range shooting
Yes, they did.
our centimeters at the receiver.
Yes, it is.
The Universal company did make a civilian version of the M1 Carbine. Not all of the Universals use the same parts as the military issue M1 carbine. Please note this is caliber .30 Carbine, and not the 30-06 caliber of the M1 Garand rifle.
$200 - $600, give or take.