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M1 Carbine

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jerrytrini, Mar 4, 2009.


  1. jerrytrini

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  2. BigCity

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    Is that a paratrooper model or just fabricated to look like one?
     

  3. Mang Danny

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    Pistol grip, detachable hi-cap mag, folding stock, less than 30 inches ?, hmmmm. :whistling:
     
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    Not to mention the 30round detachable mags:shocked:
     
  5. jerrytrini

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    The stock looks like refinished because it is free of blemishes however the retractable shoulder stock is original and so are the rest of the parts. The receiver is stamped, "SAGINAW SG".
     
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    Mang Danny and Paltik please check your PM.
     
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    NIce ca rbine
     
  8. isuzu

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    JT,

    Your carbine is made by the Saginaw Division of GM, hence the name Saginaw on the receiver. Those made by the Inland Division of GM (the most abundant M1/M2 Carbine), have Inland stamped on the receivers.

    I think there are manufacturers in the US that make replacement full stocks as well as the side-folding stocks.