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Inland Mfg. Chooses Aguila M1 Carbine Ammo

Inland Mfg. is gearing up for the 75th anniversary of the M1 Carbine by introducing circa World War II reproductions.

Rifleman Q&A: Two Serial Numbers On An M1 Carbine?

Some former G.I.-issue M1 carbines have been seen with two serial numbers instead of the traditional one stamped at the rear of the receiver. Why?

Rifleman Q & A: M1 Carbine Pouches

A reader has a question about collecting U.S. M1 Carbine accessories.

Auto-Ordnance M1A1 Carbine Review

Auto-Ordnance M1A1 Carbine Review

Rifleman Q&A: Belt-Fed .30 Carbine?

I have a question about the .30 M1 Carbine cartridge. I have a friend who was stationed at Dutch Harbor with the Navy in the 1970s, and he said he had a belt that had .30 Carbine cartridges in it and his job was to take them out of the belt.

“Carbine” Williams Myth & Reality

Inventor David Marshall “Carbine” Williams has become a folk hero for “designing” the M1 Carbine, and he was immortalized by Hollywood for his “invention” of the gun. Recently discovered documents from Winchester’s Edwin Pugsley cast new light on Williams’ and Winchester’s contribution to the M1 carbine. It turns out the story of “Carbine” Williams is part truth … and part “urban legend.”

Wiley Clapp: What Killed the Kimball .30 Carbine?

Misinterpreted history may have killed off a promising design.

Rifleman Q&A: When Did M1 Carbines Get Bayonet Lugs?

I recently purchased an M1 carbine manufactured by Quality Hardware that has a bayonet lug. Is this part original to the gun or was it added later?

Rock-Ola M1 Carbine

Rock-Olas are some of the rarest M1 Carbines.

The M1 Carbine

This Saginaw M1 Carbine retains its original NRA and Army Depot papers, increasing its value.

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