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    What do I have

    Newbie to m1's, any information would be greatly appreciated

    #2
    Inland mfg , General Motors stamped behind front sight with date of 42(I think).AN stamped on left side of stock, P on grip

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        #4
        You have.an INLAND M1 carbine. Made by the Inland division of GMC (as in General Motors Corp--the automobile company). Inland is the most commonly encountered M1 carbine. They made 42 % of all the carbines made. You have a nice carbine but nothing special. Out of a total of 6 million carbines made, they made about 4.5 million of them. It's a replacement stock. It's been through at least one arsenal rebuild. Shoot the snot out of it and have fun.
        Jon

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          #5
          The "X" after the S/N means a duplicate S/N. Inland used subcontracted receivers from Saginaw so someone stamped a duplicate serial number. The stamping on the stock looks like "AN" which means the carbine was rebuilt at Anniston Arsenal. I'm not sure about the flash hider except that it is not a USGI flash hider.

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            #6
            Any idea on value ?

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              #7
              Good eyes jak. I missed that.
              Jon

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                #8
                Originally posted by Big E View Post
                Any idea on value ?
                $800-$1K
                Jon

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