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Old 02-27-2011, 11:43 PM
M1FredQ M1FredQ is offline
 
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In 1985 was visiting my cousins in California bought a NPM M1Carbine from from B&B Guns in L.A.from a batch that came from Israel paid $150
Came with the sling and a double magazine pouch attached to the stock with 2 mags in it as well as the mag with the gun!!!!!!!
Still have it and a lot of fun to shoot!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-28-2011, 12:35 AM
4th_AD_son 4th_AD_son is offline
 
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RG Inland from CMP,with mostly WRA parts. I immediately traded it to Dean at DGRguns for a WRA receiver. After we got it 100% correct, he dropped it into my custom made Wineg stock.

I stopped counting after I hit $2k.

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Old 02-28-2011, 09:36 AM
ramit ramit is offline
 
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Visiting Orion 7, buying my 1st Garand, and while doing paper work, I started fondling the m1 carbines...
Went back and picked up my 1st carbine, NPM mix master..



Next two rifles were from the CMP, another NPM carbine (they just ran out of IBMs), and an HRA SG.
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Old 03-01-2011, 07:31 AM
Dirty_25 Dirty_25 is offline
 
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I got a carbine from a gun store in AZ for $300 (era 2003) it was a USGI but I cant for the life of me remember what manufacture it was (it stayed in the base armory so I didn't get to play with it much). It came with a synthetic black stock and I got a nice USGI off ebay for it, I liked shooting that gun.

I later bought my AR15 and the ammo (at the time) was a lot cheaper for the AR so I shot it a lot more. I ended up selling it to fund a purchase for a handgun I never bought when I turned 21. I wish I would have got a replacement from the CMP before they ran out, I regret that sale so much, but it thought me a valuable lesson, dont sell guns
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:11 AM
4th_AD_son 4th_AD_son is offline
 
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I think the second one is significant...that's when you know you got the Carbinitis!
Last June, I stopped in the NS to look at WRA Garands. I overheard somebody say they were out of carbines. Then it hit me...OMG, their out and I only have one? After an hour or so, I happen to look in the corner and saw what appeared to be one carbine. Sure enough, it looked like the last Christmas tree that nobody wanted. It had rust spots, an ugly
FAT unstained birch stock. It was a 2.8 Underwood with the correct 2-44 Underwood barrel (ME=<2), Underwood slide and Underwood trigger housing.
Feeling badly for the little War Baby, I took it home and nursed it back to health. Not knowing for sure, but this could be last carbine sold out of the North Store...


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Old 03-02-2011, 09:05 AM
PerryJeff PerryJeff is offline
 
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1980 or early 81 Underwood mixmaster with 4 power weaver scope and 30 rd mag at gunshow Sioux City for $130.
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:10 AM
TwoGunChuck TwoGunChuck is offline
 
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1972, Downtown Hardware in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 5.7MM Winchester with all parts original, $70.
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Old 03-03-2011, 01:39 AM
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My first was an '42 Inland Korean return Blue sky import. Ipaid a whoping $159.95 at a gun show, and traded it almost imediately for a nicer USPoastal Meter that I still have.
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:04 PM
xring3 xring3 is offline
 
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My first M1 carbine was an Inland, purchased in 1971 for $40.00.....later sold it for $60.00!!!!...Made MONEY!!!!!
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Old 03-05-2011, 09:20 PM
mynameismatt mynameismatt is offline
 
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My first Carbine was an Inland purchased last summer for $500. Now I have 3 carbines.... the bug has hit me!
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