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M1 Carbine new for 2004

Red223Red223 Member Posts: 7,946
edited January 2004 in General Discussion
Seems Auto-Ordnance is making the .30 cal carbine with a MSRP of only $610....not bad.




  • dheffleydheffley Member Posts: 25,000
    edited November -1
    Wonder if it will take the military magazines?

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  • bambihunterbambihunter Member Posts: 10,627 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    It looks like the Ruger mini series...
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  • woodsrunnerwoodsrunner Member Posts: 5,777
    edited November -1
    It must take military mags, it comes with a 15 rounder that would be illegal to manufacture now.

    I want one!!


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  • CS8161CS8161 Member Posts: 13,590 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I don't like the ventilated hand guard...looks hokey!

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  • fragmentsfragments Member Posts: 407 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Nice looking rifle. What's with the (1) year warranty though[?]
  • offerorofferor Member Posts: 9,168
    edited November -1
    Kahr is doing some good things with the Auto Ord product line. I do wish they'd bring back the .45 1911 "Pit Bull" though. I've always wanted one of those if I could ever find one that worked. Maybe I should buy an old one at a gun show and send it back to Kahr for a going over and tune up? [:D]

    Sadly, while they advertise full auto versions of the Thompson 1927 and the M1 -- neither is for sale or in current production from them.

    It's a trim looking M1 carbine, and by the time you get a discount from the MSRP, maybe a decent deal for a new gun. Of course, getting a "find" of a vintage example at a gun show might be more fun for some of us.

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  • gap1916gap1916 Member Posts: 4,977
    edited November -1
    Make it in a 10mm and I might buy one.

  • HangfireHangfire Member Posts: 3,010 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    I would rather have a used G.I. that has some nostalgic value.

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  • thunderboltthunderbolt Member Posts: 6,018 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    For that price, I'd rather have something with a little more punch.
  • DancesWithSheepDancesWithSheep Member Posts: 12,937 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Hangfire

    I would rather have a used G.I. that has some nostalgic value.

    I have to agree. For about the same money, you can buy a decent original (albeit with import markings) that, unlike a repro, will only go up in value.
  • Ruger22Ruger22 Member Posts: 385
    edited November -1
    Totally cool!

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