This is what I believe would be a normal rifle (ser.# 6769627) of the war era, with a bore that has no pitting or corrosion with very good lands and grooves. All original, and not an import. This rifle was test fired with WWII ball ammo (15 rounds) and operated as it should with no problems.
The parts break down is;
Trigger housing Quality Hardware
Trigger Pin Type II w/ Type II Spring
Hammer Inland Type III
Sear Type II Blued w/no hole
Mag Catch Type IV "F"
Bolt Inland Type III Round
Extractor Inland Type III
Extractor Plunger Type II
Firing Pin Underwood Type III
Barrel Inland/General Motors 1-45
Barrel Band Type III w/ bayonet lug. It is
stamped "D" w/ a diamond.
Rear Sight Inland Type II
Front sight Unmarked
Stock Saginaw (RSG) Low wood, no cracks
Hand Guard Inland Type three (I think)?
Butt Plate Inland, early
My research for the parts break down was taken from
"U.S. M1 Carbines, Wartime Production" by Craig Riesch, 7th Edition Expanded.
I am no expert on M1 Carbines, so if I've missed anything or if you have any questions, just leave me a message and I will be happy to provide additional information.
As always, customer satisfaction is my promise! If you buy it and don't like it, I'll buy it back. No questions asked. Thanks for the look!
Ships ONLY to another FFL where legal.
The item ships insured and to another FFL for both our protection.
Mathews DXT w/Ripcord drop away rest. 60-70 lb. draw weight w/a 29" draw.