Inland Manufacturing Debuts .30 Carbine Motor Patrol Pistol

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posted on November 3, 2017
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Inland Manufacturing's new M30-IMP (Inland Motor Patrol) pistol is a compact version of its popular full-size .30 Carbine firearms. The pistol, which has been fitted into a special Inland/Sage aluminum pistol chassis with Ergo Sure Grip pistol grip, will accept any ATF-approved arm brace that utilizes a standard AR-style pistol buffer tube.

The 7 1/2" barrel is threaded (1/2x28 tpi) and comes with a thread protector. Each gun ships with one 10-round magazine, but as with other Inland .30 Carbine firearms, the magazine catch fits higher-capacity military and civilian magazines. 

"These new features combine to make the Inland M30-IMP Motor Patrol Pistol a fun, efficient, compact, robust, intimidating looking and accurate handgun suited for personal defense,” said Charles Brown, president of MKS Supply, Inland’s distributor.



Specifications:
Barrel: 7 1/2" threaded muzzle (½" x 28 tpi) with protector
Chassis: Inland/Sage MIL-SPEC black anodized aluminum chassis.
Caliber: .30 Carbine
Sight: M1 Carbine style, with adjustable ghost ring aperture rear sight.
Overall length: 16"
Weight: 4 1/2 lbs.
Capacity: One 10-round magazine with each pistol.
MSRP: $1,399

For more information visit inland-mfg.com

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