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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 45R, Mar 12, 2003.

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  1. 45R

    45R Member

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    MUHAHAHAHAHHAHA Carbinitis so bad it breeds.

    This is a "secret" shot at one of Svens safehouses. It has been rumored that he has been secretly storing carbines in an undisclosed location in the PRK. :)


    Actually it was taken a last year when I worked in the gun industry. :)

    Enjoy folks!


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  2. Gewehr98

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    Are those even legal?

    In the Peoples Republik of **********?

    (I see a few that have bayonet lugs...)
     
  3. Topgun

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    I'm thinking of dumping mine.

    It doesn't even have a bayonet lug. And it has that silly fragile I-cut stock AND a goofy flip-up sight. (Not even adjustable)

    Worst of all, it has the name of some stupid JUKEBOX on it.

    Stupid gun.
     
  4. cslinger

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    Your right....

    Who it there right mind would want a gun made by a stupid juke box company. I mean what do they know about making guns...pshhh.

    I will take it off your hands for say $100 U.S. Dollars. I will even pay shipping.

    So where do I need to send the money and information.:D
     
  5. 45R

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    Those M1 Carbines are LEO Only. Everyone once in a while we got a shipment that had a M2 Carbine. (Full Auto vs Semi) :D
     
  6. Russ

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    Topgun,

    Hope you are joking. In case you aren't you should do a little reading on the M-1 Carbine. That little flip up site and no bayonet lug were the first M-1 caribines out. I have one that still has the United Auto Workers Union stamp on the stock. Belonged to my uncle who was a Lt. Commander in the Navy in WW II. From what I have read, the adjustible sight models never saw action during WW II. Sure did in Korea. What Jukebox company?
     
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    I hope he is joking. Rockola is the company. If not my $100 offer still stands.
     
  8. Sven

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    MY FUTURE COLLECTION

    That's my caption for this one. LOL.

    Thanks for the photo!
     
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    I have this old 1911 made by a sewing machine manufacturer...I may have it melted....piece of junk.

    -SquirrelNuts
     
  10. Topgun

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    Joking about tossin it....

    but actually have it. $200 bucks from a pawn shop. I have had and sold many carbines but always considered this one a "keeper."

    Unfortunately, some IDIOT sanded the stock but didn't obliterate the CORRECT Rock-Ola cartouches.

    And weirdly, the thing is right on at 100 yards even with the non adjustable sights.

    I dressed it up with a muzzle cover, a stock mag pouch, and a canvas US carrying case.

    but if things get tough enough, cslinger, its on da way. heh.
     
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