what year was my Winchester M1 carbine serial number 1210906 manufactured
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.
By comparing the serial number on the receiver to published charts. email@example.com
The manufacture date is when the rifle was made.
$200 - $600, give or take.
you stole them........ value depends of make & condition. $400-$650
$100, I would say.
Between February and November 1944.
between November 1944 and January 1945.
Do a search for Winchester M1 carbine... that will answer your questions.AnswerThe question was about the M1 Garand 30-06, not the .30 carbine. No it was not manufactured, but toward the end of WW2 some M1 rifles were modified in the field with the Browning 20-round box magazine. The American M14 and Italian BM-59 rifles were copies of the Garand action with an external box magazine, scaled down to fire the .308 Winchester (7.62mm NATO). AnswerWinchester produced the M1 Garand during the WWII years only.
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The most precise answer is between September 1942 and February 1944.
$75 to $400 US depending on the condition.
$400-$900 depending on condition and originality.
It should if it fits on other kinds of M1 Carbines.
Plainfield carbines were a civilian version of the miltary carbine. Value is low, about $200.
Yes, and it was made by Winchester. BW is the Winchester code.
The M1 Carbine was semi auto, the M2 carbine was full auto.
Your serial number was in a block of serial numbers assigned to Winchester in December 1941.these early Winchester carbines if unaltered and in good condition can go for between 800-2,000 dollars.
go to: OLDGUNS. COM then go down to US military on left column. punch on carbine