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US M1 Carbines anyone?


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  • 2 weeks later...

A few of the M1 carbines on display in my store today...Inland, IBM, Underwood, Winchester, Quality hardware, Standard Products, Rock-Ola, Saginaw Gear, National Postal Meter, M1A1, Sniper, Underwood Line out, Inland Line out, X suffix serial numbers and more.

 

Call and stop by my store if you get near Fayetteville.

 

Thanks for looking. Ed

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All rifles will include M1 Carbine data sheets with individual parts listed...Some are correct grade restorations with others as issued. Ed

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Is the website inventory current?

 

No, my web site is still being moved to a new server and will be totally redone, so no updates until that occurs (they are months behind now after a hack)...Full inventory will be available by email in about a week., but you can email me for an early list. Ed

 

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Stopped by "Warpath", again today. This time it was to inspect M1 carbines. Checked out 3 Winchester, 1 IBM, the scoped Inland, and the M1A1. Scoped M1 carbine is amazing! You have to see it to believe it. Anyway narrowed down my purchase choice to an IBM, and a Winchester. Now I'm trying to decide. Fortunately, Ed is a patient man and is willing to deal with my indecisiveness, so I have some time to ponder. Also, that M1A1 is another fantastic rifle, it's the nicest I've ever seen. If you get a chance swing by "Warpath" and check them out. The trip is well worth taking! SKIP

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It is a Winchester model 1897 riot shotgun...fine original in great condition. It had a heat shield, but it is not Military issue. Ed

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Ed,

If you don't mind emailing a 101st guy, would you mind sending me what you have in your inventory of M1 carbines? I have checked out your website and saw it hasn't been updated (I also saw your comments above saying that it was being moved to a new server). I just bought my first Carbine and have the itch for another already.

 

-Thad

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M1 Carbine collection is up in my store now...Call and stop by my store if you get near Fayetteville.

 

Thanks for looking. Ed

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Picked up a nice early feature IBM from this lot a couple of weeks ago. Folks need to check them out. Have seen a couple more that have peaked my interest. SKIP

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I added a couple of these carbines to my new web site. I have at least 15 M1 carines in stock in my store. If you get to Fayetteville, call and stop in. Ed

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Fantastic collection! If only NJ allowed carbines!, I know, time to move!

Do like many other collectors I know in New Jersey...Buy a home in Pennsylvania just for firearms or leave guns with friends or family in another state...New Jersey laws are Insane, they DO NOT recognize Curio & Relics license and the restrictions on M1 Carbines alone is asinine.

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Carbine ban stems from the newark riots in 67-68. NJ armory was looted & thousands of carbines were stolen. State police pushed for ban to root out carbines. I have a C&R which is NOT recognized in NJ

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