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Scored an Inland M1 Carbine 2-44

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by B.D. Turner, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. B.D. Turner

    B.D. Turner Member

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    Picked up a nice Inland General Motors M1 Carbine today.
    Serial number 497xxxx. It appears to be all matching. What are these selling for these days?
     
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    A photo would help appraising it. Values vary based on how close they are to original issue condition and general condition. An average mixmaster Inland in good condition should be around $500-$600.
     
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    Im going to give it a good cleaning. It even came with two boxes of WWII ammo one was a Winchester. Will get some pictures up tomorrow.
     
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    congrats bd

    if you dont want to keep if i might be willing to buy it im not too far away
     
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    I like the .30 carbine. No its not a bear rifle or an AR but that's ok I already have a bear rifle and an AR.
     
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    The lil M1 Carbine is a legend and just plain old fun to shoot. beware of collecting them though.........It gets expensive quick......:D
    My CMP Winchester from Italy...........:D
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    I have always liked the 30 Carbine. I wish I had bought more of em while they were cheap. The first rifle I ever fired was a Postal Meter carbine. That was in 1966 or so. My dad still has it to this day. He bought it in a pawn shop for $20 before I was born.
     
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