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Inland Manufacturing M1 1945 Carbine 30 Carbine, $1079

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
The Inland M1 costs more, but it offered a good interpretation of the last production M1 Carbine manufactured in 1945.

Inland Manufacturing M1 1945 Carbine 30 Carbine, $1079

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We felt the Inland was a good facsimile of the original carbine in overall cosmetics, including the stock. It was a plain piece of walnut with an Inland cartouche on the right side.
A bayonet lug on the Inland makes this Carbine historically correct; early original Carbines did not have a bayonet lug.
We ran 15-round and 30-round magazines through both carbines. That's a reproduction canvas four-pocket magazine pouch.
The buttpad was well fitted and slightly textured so it was fast to shoulder.

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