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  • States where M1 Carbines are banned?

    M1 carbines were banned in New Jersey about 25+yrs ago. Since then have any other states banned them? Funny thing is Plainfield Machine M1 Carbines where built in Middlesex NJ. During the Plainfield riots in 1967 the Plainfield Machine factory was broken into. Forty Six M1 Carbines were stolen and only about a half dozen were recovered. Plainfield Machine donated another fifty M1 Carbines to local PDs for riot duty. When NJ banned the M1 Carbine by name as an Assault Weapon Plainfield Machine was out of business. Guns magazine Nov. 1967 issue has an article titled "Guns of Riots". The article details the thief of the Plainfield Machine M1 Carbines and efforts by Police to recover them.
    Last edited by RDS; 10-10-2018, 12:18 PM.

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    Somehow it escaped the ban by name Roberti-Roos CA bill in 1989, but I sold mine in 1999 because it was banned by feature in the 2000 ban, it had everything on it (like it should).
    m14brian

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    • #3
      It's hard to believe that NJ and some of the other original 13 colonies that fought for our freedoms are the same ones that want to take them away.

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      • #4
        They're still legal in Commiefornia as long as it's not in M1A1 configuration.
        Jon

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        • #5
          Owning the standard 15 round magazine in CT is a felony. The whole purpose of all this is to protect the folks who are banning them from their outraged "subjects".

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Smokey View Post
            Owning the standard 15 round magazine in CT is a felony. The whole purpose of all this is to protect the folks who are banning them from their outraged "subjects".
            The rulers of the People's Democratic Socialist Republic of Connecticut are total idiots.
            Magazines holding more than 10 cartridges have been in civilian hands since at least 1935 when Browning started manufacturing and selling the Hi-Power.
            (I know...preaching to the choir...)
            I hate what they have done to my once great state.

            MRusan

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            • #7
              There is a growing migration out of CT. The folks who bring firearm repression also bring economic ruin. Companies are leaving from the cost of operating here. The wild spending drives outrageous taxes. The taxes I have to pay on part of my property rose 50% just this year. They tried to ban Garands a few years ago, may still pull it off now that they steal every election with vote fraud.
              The change from the mechanical voting machines to paper ballots sealed the state's fate. Seems that boxes and bags of ballots from closets and car trunks mysteriously are found every election until the outcome goes the way the dems want.
              Last edited by Smokey; 03-29-2019, 07:31 AM.

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              • #8
                Check your state regulations carefully. In some states only Carbines with bayo lugs are banned. Change that and you are good to go.

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                • #9
                  In the crap hole people’s republic of Maryland I believe only the para trooper model is banned. I’d have to double check but I know for a fact the standard model is legal.

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                  • #10
                    Correction to my previous comment, I was incorrect regarding the para trooper model. That is still fully legal in Maryland. Only restrictions are on the mags.

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