I thought Audie Murphy fought in the Korean War. Photographic evidence shows the carbine was still a back-up rifle in Israel relatively recently. For example, my Plainfield is tighter and more accurate than the Inland I often use. Hot gat. Rubbing your hand together to keep warm will do it. Know of yet two Universal Carbine Enforcers pistols , heard of more, both chambered in 256 Winchester. The 6.5in barrel on this monster even has a rear adjustable sight for landing those long shots. HGFC – AMT AUTOMAG III in 30 CarbineLet’s see what the Staff had to say about this week’s offering: “2 world wars and repetitive strain injury!” – Matt M. “1911 + 30 carbine = 3 world wars!” – Pete. With these requirements in hand, Winchester's Edwin Pugsley chose to design the cartridge with a .30 caliber, 100–120 grain bullet at a velocity of 2,000 feet per second (610 m/s). Unlike the earlier Trap Door Springfield and Krag carbines, the new U.S. M1 Carbine was not simply a short rifle chambered for a full-power cartridge. And to his surprise and consternation, the US Army issued him another one. B. Ruger Black-Hawk, Thompson-Contender) oder sogar eigens entworfen (AMT Automag). Might go to war later.” – Tom. My father has one of these great little weapons. I neglected to mention I use Thunderbird Catridge Co T680 powder to reload this round. Wouldn’t you just love to see that platform with a purpose cartridge. I have one of the Universals and it is afun accuaratelittle gum. But, hand over a AK-47/Type-56 and ask them to shoot at a distant target, that was a different story. My personal experience dates back to the 1970s when I briefly owned a Universal carbine. It got broken by accident and it was replaced at No Charge because Iver Johnson gave a Life-time warranty on the Stock. For those who don’t know what that is, put together from a lot of different weapons. In 1944, Smith & Wesson developed a hand-ejector revolver to fire .30 Carbine. But that was all I came up with. I already had an M1 Garand, but always liked the Carbine, and when my friend wanted to sell his, it was the time for me to act. I have an Iver Johnson M1A1 that had a composite stock with a swing arm butt. It is a light rifle round designed to be fired from the M1 carbine's 18-inch (458 mm) barrel. Sweet 1911 in 30 Carbine or a Fudd's Wet Dream? Over 20 years ago, when I was young, dumb, and full of crum – My buddies and I used to set 12 gauge shotgun shells on their sides with the shot end pointing away from us and we would shoot our pistols(mine was 45 ACP) at the shotgun shells trying to set them off. I’ve used many rounds of fmj for target and plinking. Can’t say that for a fact myself. So, I did. Back in 1975 I bought a MI-Carbine Universal and Made in Florida, from My Brother for $15.00. My father and two of his brothers also fought in WW2. OUT OF STOCK (0) Inland Mfg ILM320 T30 Carbine with Scope Bolt 30 Carbine 18 10+ OUT OF STOCK (2) M1 CARB JUNGLE 30CAR 15RD Threaded Barrel THREADED BARREL . And truth be told, I’m trying to get my bearings on the operational side of using a computer and the geek speak that goes with, it. David Marshall Williams (aka. The Newt day the Battalion ask my father where he got his Semi-Used M1 Garand Rifle and what happed too his Brand New US. Let’s see what they had to say about this rare 1911. And one day, that M1 will sit by my Mini-14 & AR-15. I shot sharpshooter with the Garand but I couldn’t touch the target at 100 yards with the carbine. The Inland has seen hard use, evidently, so a comparison is far from fair, and the Plainfield does seem a bit more accurate on average, but the difference is slight. So Universal still makes the mags as they will get more in? I don’t know about World War 2 era weapons. He’ll walk you through it step-b-step. Hogwash! I own it now. I did some research and discovered that for a while, Universal used existing GI components. Please click the reload button and complete the captcha once again. You should be able to find a Universal (used, of course) at any gun show or online at one of the gun trading/selling sites. Because it is easier to handle while being in a wheelchair. These rifles are light, accurate,and fast handling. When he got there, the neighbor reached in his pocket and handed him a brand new sling to go with his brand new M1. Boy does that little gun talk !!!! I am well aware of the problems encountered with the M1 Garand when attempting to use relatively faster-burning rifle powder. This is (I believe) repackaged military WC680 powder and I have read is the same as AA1680. As far as the .30-caliber (7.62x33mm) round is concerned, it was manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company. I purchases my two M1 carbines from gun shows in the 1980’s — when they could still be acquired for $250-300 in excellent condition. My dad had it restocked with a sportster stock and planned to use it for deer hunting. I give! Mamy of our alternative tactics advisors packed select fire Carbines anf our Hill Tribe Srike forces we tried to get all full auto carbines or 45 cals H&R Greas and Thompsons. As a hunting arm, the M1 carbine is approximately the equivalent to a .357 Magnum lever-action rifle. The loud blast is the most oft-mentioned characteristic of the .30 Carbine cartridge fired in a handgun.[10]. For his heroic stand and bravery on Iwo Jima against the Imperial Japanese and the Chsin Reservoir Battle against the ChiCom’s. The main drawback I find is that ammo is expensive, even for plinking, and ammo for defense is REALLY defensive. I’m up too at least 20, or more discussion group at the moment. Shots great, can bust clay pigeons at 35 yds every shot. Then it came too him like a Bolt of Lightning, A Message From God, Himself. I struggled a lot, but it does get easier as you go along. I don’t know if any of this helps you out any. Save big on a new m1 carbine 30 cal. Paired with the right ammo it makes a great home defense weapon and can hold it own out to 100 yards, further if the shooter does his part. It allowed the M1903 to fire semi-auto in a landscape of bolt action rifles. It’s called a carbine because it’s a carbine. COVID-19 is resulting in increased processing times (10-14 business days). You will find the sight well adjusted for 100 yards. For those of you that have been dreaming of a 30 Carbine companion gun, look no further. They all have a specific place and purpose. Pressure is similar to Magnum revolver cartridges, 36,000 to 40,000 pounds per square inch. Mine had the metal guard and the serial number was 0075. Mit der Ausgabe des M1-Karabiners an Panzer-, Artillerie- oder MG-Mannschaften, die oft auch im Frontbereich operierten, erwies sich diese Reichweite meist auch als ausreichend. Please, Sign up for Hinterland news, exclusive offers, sales and giveaways. As is tradition, this hand cannon is currently up for sale on, Selling this massive gat is GunBroker seller, What do you think? And to show me his expert marksmanship by blasting away with two 30-round magazines. Most of my loadings have centered on reliable, low-cost recreational ammunition, and my personal handloads meet the 4-inch standard. So he sat down on the Running Board of a M3 Halftrack, and thought for a while. Therefore, the M1 carbine is significantly less powerful than the M1 Garand. They only hold 4 rounds, made of nylon, and made by Universal. With the current industry-wide climate, please allow for 10-14 days of processing time before shipment. When I was 17 I stopped to talk to him one day and I asked about that rifle he said you know it’s in the same place it always been in go get it ,after a short visit and look at the rifle (worse shape than I remember) I said I got to go and went to carry the rifle back to its corner to waste away.