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    .30 Carbine Miscellanious Stuff

    I received a M1 Garand on trade this last weekend from a guy that didn't have any idea of what he had.... With it he gave me "a bunch of stuff for it". After looking through the "bunch of stuff" I realized that he has given me all the stuff and accessories for an M1 Carbine. I'm wondering what to do with this stuff, or even where to look at what it's worth... (Trust me the thought has crossed my mind of buying a carbine) Here's the stuff I got... Any info or feedback would be greatly appreciated
    4 Magazines - 2 Still in paper
    202 rounds of Orange Tip Tracer Ammo on stripper clips
    200 Rounds ball nose ammo on stripper clips
    85 (ish) rounds of garbage ammo that needs cleaned up due to being sitting in a bag
    A leather ammo pouch
    30 Cal Ammo Can
    USM4 Bayonet with scabbard stamped USM4 Imperial with a flaming bomb

    #2
    That's a serious bonus! The oldskool ammo can is pretty neat too.
    You just may NEED to buy a nice Carbine! (They are fun to shoot.)

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      #3
      Very cool bonus, those tracers aren't cheap and that ammo can is way cool. +1 to MRusan, M1Carbines are incredibly fun to shoot, if you can find a decent deal I might snag one.
      m14brian

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        #4
        8) Good to know... I'll have to poke around GunBroker and see what I can find.... Wife may not like it... but she wasn't too thrilled about the Garand either and she hasn't kicked me out yet....
        Thanks Gents.

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          #5
          Leather "pouch" is a WWII Boyt BAR spare parts container made in 1943. Ammo can is WWII ammo can that attaches to the side of a Browning 1919 machine gun.
          Last edited by RDS; 11-10-2020, 02:06 PM.

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            #6
            Originally posted by RDS View Post
            Leather "pouch" is a WWII Boyt BAR spare parts container made in 1943. Ammo can is WWII ammo can that attaches to the side of a Browning 1919 machine gun.
            This is fantastic Info... Thanks!!!!!!

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              #7
              Originally posted by kvincent13 View Post
              8) Good to know... I'll have to poke around GunBroker and see what I can find.... Wife may not like it... but she wasn't too thrilled about the Garand either and she hasn't kicked me out yet....
              Thanks Gents.
              Easiest thing to do is make sure she gets to shoot the Carbine when she wants. Good choice if she's petite or isn't big on recoil. Takes the overall edge off and keeps mama happy (which is usually a good plan).

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