### Can you put a scope on an M1 carbine?

yes, a few years after WWII ended, M1 and M2 Carbines were tested with various scopes . In the late '50's & 60's the military mounted night vision scopes on the military carbine. In 1994 a shooter friend past away. I removed a scope from his military carbine and replaced the flip rear sight. So, yes a scope can be mounted on a military carbine.

### What is the value of an US Carbine Caliber 30 M2?

Well over $10,000. The M2 is the select fire variant of the M1 carbine, capable of full auto fire, and requires an NFA tax stamp for transfer. <><><> Agree- IF the M2 is in the US, and has already been registered with the BATFE. If it has not been registered, it cannot be. Possession of an unregistered M2, or any other machinegun is a serious crime that is punished by prison and fines.

### What happens to the gravitational force when the distance between the 2 objects is trippled?

The force, written as an equation, is: F = G (m1)(m2) / r2, where F is the Force between the masses G is the gravitational constant (~= 6.674 x 10-11 N m2/kg2) m1 is one of the masses m2 is the other mass r is the distance between the masses (center to center) Take the formula, and solve for r (I'll show the steps): Fold = G (m1)(m2) / r2. (r2)(Fold)= G (m1)(m2) (r2)= G…

### How do you write c code for ternary search?

this procedure work for ternary search int tsearch(int *a,int i,int j,int k) { int m1,m2,len; len = j - i + 1 ; m1=i + (int)floor((float)(len))/3; m2=i + (int)ceil((float)(len))/3; if(k==a[m1]) { printf("\nno found at %d",m1); return m1; } else if(k==a[m2]) { printf("\nno found at %d",m2); return m2; } if(len!= 0) { if(k<a[m1]) return(tsearch(a,i,m1-1,k)); if(k>a[m2]) return(tsearch(a,m2+1,j,k)); } else return -1 ; }

### Two billiard balls of equal mass undergo a perfectly elastic head collision. What will be their speeds after the collision.?

The velocities of the two bodies after the elastic collisions are given by V1=(M1-M2)U1/(M1+M2)+2M2U2/(M1+M2) V2=(M2-M1)U2/(M1+M2)+2U1M1/(M1+M2) Where, V1,V2 are the velocities of the two bodies after collision. U1,U2 are the velocities of the two bodies before colision.(U1>U2) M1,M2 are the masses of the two bodies. when the mass of two bodies are equal that is M1= M2 then V1=0+2MU2/2M=U2 V2=0+2MU1/2M=U1 Thus when two billiard balls of equal masses undergo perfectly elastic collision the velocities the two…

### What is the difference between m1 and m2 carbine barrel?

The M1 carbine is a semi-automatic rifle meaning that with one pull of the trigger the rifle will fire one bullet. The M2 carbine is a selective fire rifle meaning that there is a switch on the rifle which will select semi-automatic or fully-automatic fire. With fully automatic fire the weapon will continue firing as long as the trigger is pulled until the magazine is empty. This type of rifle is properly classified as an…

### What is was the M1A1 Carbine?

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…

### Does the m1 carbine and the m2 carbine fire the same round?

Yes, they fire the same .30 Carbine cartridge, the M1 was to be capable of selective fire control, but this was dropped. Because a demand arose for an automatic capability, the M2 was developed, with a selective-fire switch added to the left side of the receiver, operating on the sear mechanism. Because a demand arose for an automatic capability, the M2 was developed, with a selective-fire switch added to the left side of the receiver…

### What role did climate play in the Korean war?

Men that fought in Europe during WWII against Germany and fought in Korea stated that Korea was far colder. British Centurion tank tracks froze to the ground and their gasoline engines had to keep running all night to keep from freezing up (failure to start). The US Armys mighty .30 caliber M1 carbine (and M2 Carbine, the full auto version) which served so well in WWII, froze up constantly in the Korean weather. The M1…

### How would the force have to change in order for the acceleration of the largest mass to be the same as the acceleration for the smallest mass?

F = ma or a = F/m . Let m1 - mass of the heavier body and F1- the force required to produce an acceleration ' a ' in it, then a = F1/m1 ( 1). Let F2 be the force acting on a lighter body of mass m2 produces in it the same acceleration a , then a = F2/m2 (2) since the accelerations are same from (1) and (2), F1/m1 = F2/m2 since…

### Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.5x10-10 N when they are 25m apart Their total mass is 4.0kg find their individual masses?

Alright, so basically you're given: m1+m2=4.0kg, r=25m, Fg=2.5*10-10N We know that Fg=Gm1m2/r2 Using the fact that m1+m2=4.0kg, we know that m2=4.0kg-m1 So: Fg=Gm1(4.0kg-m1)/r2 =G(m1(4.0)-m12)/r2 So: (-G/r2)m12+(4G/r2)m1-Fg=0 Here we can use the quadratic formula to solve for m1 Once you have m1, just use m1+m2=4.0kg to find m2 I'll leave the actual number crunching to you. Hope this helps!

### Was the M1 Carbine an affective weapon in World War 2?

I'm sure there are hundreds of different opinions on the effectiveness of the M1 carbine. My father was in 4 campaigns of the European theatre and he would not carry the M1A1 carbine issued to him because of the lack of stopping power. He either used the M1 rifle or Thompson SMG. Mostly the Thompson.

### Lithium has only two naturally occurring isotopes The mass of lithium-6 is 6.01512 amu and the mass of lithium-7 is 7.01601 amu Use the atomic mass of lithium to calculate abundances mass Li 6.941?

The atomic mass of Lithium is equal to the weighted average of the two naturally occurring isotopes. Let M=the atomc mass of Lithium; M1=the mass of lithium-6;M2=the mass of Lithium-7; %a=the abundance of lithium-6; %b=the abundance of lithium-7. M=(M1*%a+M2*%b)/100 we know that %a and %b must add up to give us 100%, so %a=100-%b. Therefore M=(M1*(100-%b)+M2*%b)/100 Then we just need to solve for %b because everything else is known. M=(M1*100-M1*%b+M2*%b)/100-->M-M1=(-M1*%b+M2*%b)/100 100(M-M1)=(-M1*%b+M2*%b)-->%b=100(M-M1)/(M2-M1)=92.5% Then %a=100-%b=100-92.5=7.5%