Inland Mfg., Dayton Ohio Winchester Arms, New Haven, Conn, Saginaw Steering Gear, Grand Rapids, Michigan Underwood-Eliot-Fisher, Hartford, Conn. Rochester Defense Corp., Rochester, New York Quality Hardware Corp., Chicago Rock-Ola Corp., Chicago National Postal Meter Corp., Rochester, New York Standard Products Company, Port Clinton, Ohio International Business Machine Corp., Poughkeepsie, New York Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
Since there were many companies that made M1s, it would depend on which company made it and when exactly it was made.
They were made in many companies, Winchester made many of them, Springfield made alot, and so did Underwood, Plainfield, Inland and Remmington. Don't forget Rockola, the jukebox maker!
Iver Johnson made the semi auto carbine in .22cal from 1985-1990.They made the Magnum semi auto carbine in .22mag.from 1985-1990.They made the Plainsfield semi auto carbine in .30 carbine,or 9mm Para. from 1978-1993.During this time span they also made a Paratrooper semi auto carbine.I hope this helps.
Depends on who made it.
International Business and Machine Corporation made this certain carbine in Late April or May 1944. It sounds like a great original Carbine.
Nieuport, Sopwith, Fokker, DeHavilland, Bristol, Caproni, Vickers, and SPAD were some of the companies that made WW1 airplanes.
It was made in 1881.
Yes, and it was made by Winchester. BW is the Winchester code.
Daisy made a model 94 Carbine from 1954 - 1962, they also made a model 111 western carbine from 1963-1978. I can find no information on a Red Ryder 1938 carbine. However the 1938 Red Ryder is still in production.
I don't see why not. The problem is this: Is the carbine USGI or aftermarket. Generally under the rear sight there will be the maunfacturers name stamped. GM inland division, Singer sewing machine, rock-ola, and other companies made them. Most of them were made by civilian companies under government contract. They made several MILLION of them and if your is a 6 digit serial number, it ought to be worth a little more than, say one with a 7 digit serial number.
there are companies all over the world.
If you have a model 1894 winchester?,it was made in 1989.
Winchester made the M-1 Carbine for the Federal Goverment from Sept.1942 thru August of 1945.
the .30 carbine was made from 1966-69. nib 499.00 ex 370.00 gd 242.00
The QUAU H.M.C. on the gun stands for Quality Hardware Manufacturing Company which was one of the companies producing M1 carbines. Quality Hardware made about 360,000 carbines for the US Army during World War 2 times. The serial number of the gun would date its production to a period of time between September 1943 and May 1944. This info was taken from J.C. Harrison's "Collecting The M1 Carbine III" which has a list of carbine manufacturers and serial numbers by date.
The Cactus Carbine model 799-19210 was made between 1960-70. It was made by Daisy Air gun and is really a Daisy model 1894 Cactus Carbine. Please state the condition of the rifle to get an estimate of value.
They are made in various chicken companies' factories. Probably all around the world.
No Ammunition made in the US for the M-1 carbine was never corrosive, since the gas piston is NOT meant to be disassembled by the user- which corrosive ammo would require. Some Chinese ammo was made in M-1 carbine with fake headstamps that was VERY corrosive.
If you supply the serial number with your question,we would be able to identify the year of production along with the maker of your M-1 Carbine.
If your question pertains to the Winchester model 1894?Then with the serial number that you have supplied,indicates that your Winchester carbine was made in the year 1991.
I think it was the National Ordinance company.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings.
made in 1888
Not much, thinking it was made after WWII.