This new rear sight was also adjustable for windage. Full-length resizing dies made for the .30 Carbine are designed to taper crimp the mouth of the case snugly against the bullet. I was assigned to the MAC contingent of the Air Police, which shortly became the Security Police. They jam into the sides of the chamber, alternating left and right.  The folding-stock M1A1 is an unusual design in that the stock is not locked in the open or closed position, but is instead held in place by a spring-loaded cam. All comments are held for moderation and will appear after approval. We supplied the rifle in liberal numbers to many of our allies. With the Carbine checked to be certain it is unloaded and with the action locked back, attempt to fit the ball portion of the cartridge into the Carbine muzzle.
For long-range work, well, let’s hope your aspirations are recreational. Both the M1 Carbine and its .30-caliber cartridge were designed by Winchester, and it was the first U.S. military cartridge to be loaded with spherical powder. Back around 1999/2000, a friend of mine bought himself a Norinco Type-56 (AK-47 Chinese Copy) Assault Rifle for around $500. A colorful family, right. So his friend built him a brand new one, but give him an old sling for the M1. I struggled a lot, but it does get easier as you go along. The M3 carbine was an M2 carbine fitted with a mount designed to accept an infrared sight for use at night. Carbine Williams), November 13, 1900 to January 8, 1975.  In total, about 20,000 sets were made before they became obsolete, and were surplussed to the public. I have one of those later models. embedded.
The bullet was not designed to break at the cannelure, and the cartridge did not produce sufficient velocity to ensure good effect past 100 yards. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window). Frank and Tony from Gallery of Guns spice up the Glock test using their non-dominant hands.
One bit of caution thought…….. don’t stand right behind it when it is being fired! Was actually an OSS agent during WW2.
lbf (1,311 joules) of energy, when fired from the M1 carbine's 18" barrel. We also had M-12 shotguns.
I don’t think he ever fired it because he had an unopened wooden military case of 1000 rounds in 10-round magazines in cloth packs. Velocity is the average of 25 rounds measured 12 feet from the guns' muzzles. So, I did.
Your typical rebel would be lucky to hit and/or kill someone at 50-meters. I was pleasantly surprised that after me buying this M1 over 40 years ago that it was still under warranty. Don’t know if you reload. @ CTD: The .30-Carbine, the Original Personal Defense Weapon. I read Murphy’s autobiography “To Hell and Back” many, many years ago and while I don’t remember specifics, I always thought he was partial to the carbine.  By comparison, a 110gr .357 Magnum bullet fired from an 18" rifle barrel, has a muzzle velocity of 1718 ft/s (523 m/s) and 720 ft-lb (976 joules) of muzzle energy. The M1 Carbine is a handy weapon that weighs in at just over five pounds, and it fired an intermediate powered round, the 30 Carbine ammunition. It was still fighting in Africa and South America a decade or so ago. Please try again. Sorry about the double post. When I use steel cased ammunition for my AK-74 Bullpup rifle, I will liner my dopp bag or range bag, with brass or bronze foil. The M1A1 is modeled after a late production 1944 M1A1 Paratrooper model with a folding "low wood" walnut stock, Type two barrel band, and includes the same adjustable sights which were actually introduced in 1944. Btry. Army Issued Cap Gun on the grenade, w/all of ammunition and Blow-It Up. I neglected to mention I use Thunderbird Catridge Co T680 powder to reload this round. On one hand, it is more powerful than a submachine gun and is considered by some to be an assault rifle, even though it fires a projectile considerably less powerful than the StG 44's 7.92×33mm Kurz.
})(120000); But, beyond 250-meters, using iron sights. A time in past when during the wee hours at a local saloon or pub; it was after barflys and barmaids sent home, and the owner himself was serving and drinking as well; it was then the time of wars past From Spanish to Korea came to perch above us all IN THIS ARTICLE Kel-Tec CMR-30 Kel-Tec personal-defense carbine 9 mm 5.56 NATO CMR-30 Jay Grazio I keep it handy as a personal defense weapon and it always draws compliments when I take it out to the range.
Numerous savvy shooters of the time kept carbines handy for emergencies.  The slightly heavier round bolt did moderate the cyclic rate of the M2 on full automatic.  However, it is estimated that fully 30% of Japanese casualties inflicted by rifle and carbine fire during the Okinawan campaign were caused by the M3 carbine.. All Shooting Times subscribers now have digital access to their magazine content. Carbines originally issued with the M1A1 folding stock were made by Inland, a division of General Motors and originally came with the early "L" nonadjustable sight and barrel band without bayonet lug. Although not specifically banned by name, make or model, M1 Carbines may in some cases be classified as assault weapons under the 2013 NY SAFE act if the rifle has features such as bayonet lugs, pistol grips, folding stocks and flash suppressors.
The M3 sniperscope had a large active infrared spotlight mounted on top of the scope body itself, allowing use in the prone position. If I remember right, it was made by Iver Johnson. If, on the other hand, the recoil plate fit is loose, the rifle is likely inaccurate. He asked his Battalion CO, if there was anything the CO could do about it.
The carbine continued to be utilized as late as the Malayan Emergency, by the Police Field Force of the Royal Malaysian Police, along with other units of the British Army, were issued the M2 carbine for both jungle patrols and outpost defense. The .30-caliber M1 Carbine is a versatile little rifle. PDWs are often chambered in 9 mm or 5.56 NATO, although more exotic rounds like the 5.7x28 mm and 4.6x30 mm are found in some of the original models of the species.
I love my .30 Carbine. Ammunition has always seemed overpriced for the carbine.
I have the proverbial Inland and the General Motors versions, and both are excellent shooters. A pretty decent M1 Carbine will give you a five-shot group measuring about five inches at 100 yards. Thanks for filling me in – would really love to hear how it works out. The cartridge was often the subject of discussion. My father told me once, back in the ’70’s. However, it still required the user to carry a heavy backpack-mounted battery pack to power the scope and infrared light. My personal experience dates back to the 1970s when I briefly owned a Universal carbine. It was a GI .30-caliber carbine with a 30-round magazine loaded with Winchester 110-grain hollow points. In any case, those few competitions that specify the M1 Carbine also demand a 4.5 pound or heavier trigger action. Small numbers of captured M1 carbines were used by German forces in World War II, particularly after D-Day. I also later purchased the Blackhawk pistol. I prefer fmj penetration for urban cqb applications when it may be necessary to take out targets firing from behind light cover. The little gun would really have been a killing machine if at the time they have chambered it to a 110 grain spire point FMJ, but love the little gun anyway! When he got called up for the Korean War he flew a DC-3 and would dynamite the airfields as we retreated from the NK initial invasion into the Pusan perimeter and later the Chincom invasion. At 100 yards (91 m), the M1 carbine can deliver groups between 3 and 5 inches, sufficient for its intended purpose as a close-range defensive weapon. However, with further shooting, those problems disappeared, most likely as the brand-new magazines broke in a bit. Can someone tell me if steel cased ammo works OK with these? The M1/M2/M3 carbines were the most heavily produced family of U.S. military weapons for several decades.
So he sat down on the Running Board of a M3 Halftrack, and thought for a while. Because of “static electricity”. It has a really nice original sling and it does shoot very well.
The M1 Carbine is also prohibited for hunting in several states such as Pennsylvania because of the semi-automatic function, and Illinois which prohibits all non-muzzleloading rifles for big game hunting.
I currently own three universal M1s, a Universal Enforcer, one 1944 Inland and one Auto-Ordnance paratrooper copy, and all the mags I have are, and always have been, interchangeable. I have tried 6 different GI mags, and they all have the same problem.
The M2 was also used in the early stages of the Vietnam War by special forces, ARVN advisers, and air crews.
But after that, I never fired a carbine again though I carried one continuously for the rest of the time I was in the service without a lot of confidence that it would help me if I ever needed it. That doesn’t work. Luckily, the friend that I purchased this from is a true ‘Southern Gentleman” and he took the weapon back and refunded my money and he is dealing with Kahr (Thanks Joe…).
Just to keep him quiet for the rest of the day.
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Preferably one used in or near the fighting at Stalingrad.
It was also used by German police and border guards in Bavaria after World War II and into the 1950s. The M1 Carbine often is fitted loosely. Chiappa Firearms produces a 9mm M1 carbine derivative called the M1-9 which uses Beretta M9/92FS magazines.
STEP just pushed it aside and ordered another round. He killed Deputy Alfred Jackson Plate of Cumberland County, North Carolina in July 22, 1921. Then.30+ years later when I inherited a carbine from my dad after he passed away. The standard loading is a 110-grain FMJ bullet at 1960 fps. 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. Mine seems to like all the mags I have purchased for it including Korean mfg. The carbine round is twice as powerful as the .45 ACP-caliber Thompson submachine gun in common use at the time. When I went through basic training in the early 1960s we were required to qualify on both the M1 Garand and the M1 Carbine. Corporal Tony Stein, field modified a T33 (e.i. Due to considerable variations in points of impacts of various .30 Carbine loads, the fully adjustable sight of the later version is much preferred, although the present sight is fine for those who stick with a single load. So, after working with the recoil plate and the recoil plate mortise, then making certain the barrel is flee floating as much as possible, you should be able to observe a difference in accuracy.
chambering become apparent—even in this lightweight carbine, recoil is non-existent. The M1 carbine was the first of the lightweight, shorter, carbines with less recoil that many could handle better than the Garand. Functioning was fine at either 16.0 or 16.5 grains. I’ve used many rounds of fmj for target and plinking. At short range, the 30 Carbine can deliver performance equal to or exceeding the 223 Remington thanks to the larger cross section of the 30 caliber bullets. Recently, I elected to tighten up my Carbines as best I could.
I just thought of it. Additionally, with the M1 you could carry almost three times the ammo, fire 3 1/2 times as long without reloading (30 rd mag) and put a lot of lead downrange in a short time – which is how you establish fire superiority.
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