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    Member M-1 Carbine Pictures

    post your pictures of your m-1 carbines here, thanks
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    Mine is an Underwood and just as my Garand it is serial number
    dated as a 1941. It also is a re-arsenaled rifle and a few parts
    are not of the correct time, like the rear sight and the barrel
    band shouldn't have a bayonet lug.

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    Here's the one my girlfriend got me for Christmas. It's an Underwood.

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    My Underwood.
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    Did you refinish yours K98 or is that how it came? It sure is a beauty.

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    Thanks man! It has some kind of rack number stamped into the heel of the pistol grip. It was pretty dry when I got it. Rubbed it down with some medium steel wool,and put BLO on it every day for a couple of weeks. Every time I shoot it I clean it and put Sheath all over the metal and bore. Then I put Howard's Feed and Wax on it. Let it sit for 20 minutes and wipe it down. I use this on all my oil finish wood stocks.
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    My M1 carbine

    Here is my July 1943 Inland. I have not refinished it. I have added a couple coats of BLO to clean it up. The bore is decent with a little errosion near the muzzle. On a good day with WWB it will produce 4-5 inch groups at 100 yards. It eats all sorts of ammo with no problems at all. It is a mixmaster that rattles just like the M2 that I carried on duty in 1961-2 in Germany before I traded it in on a brand new M-14.
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    97th Signal Bn, 7th Army Main Communications, Germany, 1960-63

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    My 1944 dated postal meter and correct underwood barrel. US issue 1943 issue mag pouch and 1945 dated sling.
    The steel pot cover is US issue from the 50s with the bug net.
    Last edited by Norton; 03-10-2009 at 06:40 PM.
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    Done
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    My recent CMP 1-44 Inland.


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