Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine

Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine

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  FAMILY: M1 Carbine Series  MODEL: M1 Carbine  TYPE: Rifle  ACTION: Semi-Auto  FINISH: Parkerized  STOCK/FRAME: Wood Stock  STOCK/GRIPS: Walnut  CALIBER/GAUGE: 30 Carbine  CAPACITY: 15+1  # OF MAGS: 1  MAGAZINE DESC: 15 Round Stick  BARREL: 18"  OVERALL LENGTH: 35.75"  SIGHTS: Blade Front/Flip Style Rear

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Firearms Review Rating 85%
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The Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine is a semi-automatic rifle that was designed in the 1940s as a lightweight and easy-to-use firearm for infantry troops during World War II. The design of the M1 Carbine was inspired by the success of submachine guns used in World War I, which provided soldiers with a lightweight and easy-to-use weapon. The M1 Carbine was first introduced in 1941 and quickly became popular among soldiers due to its compact size, reliability, and accuracy.

The Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine is a gas-operated rifle that fires a .30 caliber cartridge. It has a magazine capacity of 15 rounds and an effective firing range of up to 300 meters. The M1 Carbine weighs just under 6 pounds without ammunition and measures 35.6 inches in length, making it one of the lightest and most compact rifles used by American forces in WWII.

One of the key features of the M1 Carbine is its ergonomic design. The rifle has a pistol grip and a handguard that's easy to grip, and it's also fitted with a sling swivel on the side of the stock, allowing it to be easily carried when not in use. The M1 Carbine's sights consist of a blade front sight and an adjustable rear aperture sight, providing excellent accuracy over short and medium ranges.

In addition to its use by American troops in World War II, the Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine has been used in numerous conflicts around the world, including the Korean War and the Vietnam War. It has also become a popular choice for law enforcement and civilian use due to its compact size and ease of use.

The Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine is widely regarded as one of the most iconic firearms from World War II, and it remains a popular choice for collectors and enthusiasts today. Its lightweight design, reliability, and accuracy make it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a reliable rifle that's easy to use and maintain.

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December 29, 2018
Firearms Review Rating 87%

Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Review: A new old rifle

his Auto ordnance M1 Carbine set up and equipped very similar to 1940's world war 2.M! carbine from auto ordnance it's a the stock is nice american walnut like most originals were the the fit and finish on it is pretty good. Did have a few issues with fir

June 1, 2018
Firearms Review Rating 100%

You can't miss with this!!

I am in LOVE with this gun. As another reviewer mentioned, this is a sexy little gun, but I hit the target on the first shot "out of the box"! My eye sight and old man hands don't let me sit there and measure a 3,4,or 5 inch grouping, so for me

May 30, 2018
Firearms Review Rating 100%

Really nice fit and finish Korean 30 rd mags worked just fine.

April 24, 2018
Firearms Review Rating 100%

The gun has been 100% reliable, once I tossed the magazine they gave me in the garbage and use military mags. Light recoil so my wife likes shooting it. Anyone who is thinking about interchanging parts from WW2 M1 Carbines on this will be disappointed. Mo

December 22, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

The gun is beautiful. The wood has a very beautiful grain in the walnut stock. I fired a few rounds without any problems. Hoping to sight it in soon. Thanks SG

December 6, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

almost a year

Bought this about 10 months ago. Nice rifle, nice fit and finish.

October 3, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

What's The fuss About?

So I bought this Carbine a while ago (almost a year ago) and can say that it shoots fine despite the reveiws. It does use a lot of lube to keep the slider moving without hesitation but everything about it is worth it. From how the stock feels to the point

Milliwatt Rob
August 17, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

After buying an Auto Ordinance 1927A1 Thompson and being very pleased, I thought I would try the M1 carbine. Glad I did. It looks like it could have been built in 1943 and never issued. After market mags fit and work fine. If you intend to hunt with it, l

Henry L
May 18, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

What a great shooting firearm, Buds is always easy to deal with

March 22, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

Ordered this carbine from the guide and received at my FFL in less than 5 days. Went to the club on Sunday and fired it with 3 different types of ammo, UMC Ball, Win. HP and PPU soft points, functioned well with all 3, some failures to eject fully with th

March 20, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 60%

Sling Fit

After buying my M-1 Carbine, I couldn't attach the sling because both the oiler with sling were too thick to fit in the slot in the stock. I bought a black tension pin, 1/4" wide and 2 1/2" long to replace the oiler. I don't have an oiler in the

February 14, 2017
Firearms Review Rating 100%

My New M1 Carbine from Auto-Ordnance

I ordered the Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine online on Thursday night. Cabelas notified me on Friday the rifle was ready for pick-up. Great Job Cabelas! The rifle has a beautiflul medium colored walnut stock and very nice fit and trim. I field stripped the rifl

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