How much would a M1 Carbine cost?

Prices starting at $1,799.99. All rifles come with an unissued and mostly factory packed original M 1 Carbine 15 rd.

How much does a 30 cal cost?

30 Carbine Ammo For Sale

Quantity in Stock Price
72 $45.95 Each 20+ @ $44.95 Each (price per round $0.92)
6 $413.95 Each (price per round $0.69)
87 $49.95 Each 10+ @ $48.95 Each (price per round $1.00)
63 $49.95 Each 20+ @ $48.95 Each (price per round $1.00)

Is it legal to own a M1 Carbine?

Semi-auto M1 carbines are federally legal.

Is the M1 carbine a good rifle?

It’s still a very effective rifle. The soft point ammo is effective. And if you know what you’re doing, you can make them run and you can still get some pretty good magazines. I have yet to find another long gun that’s as light and handy and well-balanced as the M1 Carbine.

What should I look for in a M1 Carbine?

Without going into endless detail, here are some of the main things to look out for, between early and late production M1 carbines.

  • The Rear Sights.
  • The Barrel Band.
  • The stock.
  • The Handguard.
  • The Bolt.
  • The Safety.
  • The Sling.

What is the difference between 30 carbine and 30-30?

30 M1 Carbine rounds – on average – achieve a velocity of about 1990 feet per second (fps) while . 30-30 Winchester rounds travel at a velocity of 2370 fps. 30 M1 Carbine bullets travel 2.3 times the speed of a 737 airplane at cruising speed, while . 30-30 Winchester bullets travel 2.7 times that same speed.

Can you hunt with a 30 carbine?

Under the right conditions, and with proper shot placement, the . 30 Carbine can be an absolutely deadly round for small to medium sized game. Hunters have been cleanly hunting whitetail deer, hogs, javelina, coyotes, and foxes with the . 30 Carbine since the end of WWII.

Is a M1 Carbine an assault rifle?

I would encourage you to research the M1 carbine, M1A, and M1 Garand. These rifles have all been used in the US military, but none are ever mentioned in the context of an “assault weapons” ban. Indeed, they would not even be affected by any such legislation.

Why is the M1 Carbine banned in New Jersey?

The New Jersey State Police seized Danny Burt’s M1 carbine and 20 other firearms in April 2013 after a temporary restraining order was lodged against him. The M1 carbine could not be returned to him because it falls under the definition of an assault firearm, which is illegal to possess according to New Jersey law.

What can you hunt with a 30 carbine?

Is the M1 Carbine a good rifle?

Where was my M1 Carbine used?

After the Korean War, where they saw widespread use, M1 Carbines were exported to many countries friendly to the United States, including South Korea, Republic of China in Taiwan, South Vietnam, and others. A fully-automatic variant was produced also produced after the war, designated the M2 Carbine.

What is the best ammo for an M1 carbine?

According to noted ballistician Doctor Gary Roberts,”The best ammunition choices for the M1 Carbine are the Remington 110 gr JSP (R30CAR) and the Corbon 110 gr JHP DPX loading using the all copper Barnes X bullet.

Who manufactures 30 Carbine?

Plainfield Machine Corp, produced M1 carbines from 1960 to 1977, when they were bought out by Iver Johnson Corp, who has manufactured them at least until a 50th anniversary model in 1993. The Taurus Raging Thirty and AMT AutoMag III were offered in .30 Carbine.

What caliber is a 30 Carbine?

The .30 Carbine cartridge was developed by Winchester and is basically a rimless .30 caliber (7.62 mm) version of the much older .32 Winchester Self-Loading cartridge of 1906 introduced for the Winchester Model 1905 rifle. The .30 Carbine uses a lighter bullet and more modern powder.

What is the weight of an M1 carbine?

M1 Carbine. Weight (w/ Unloaded Magazine) 5.5 pounds. Weight (w/ Loaded Magazine and Sling) 6.1 pounds. Overall Length.