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Restart
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Posted - 08/11/2017 :  09:11:49 AM  Show Profile Send Restart a Private Message  Reply with Quote
---Just starting to renew my interest in shooting and guns.

I've started fixing my carbine that didn't fire last time I tried, About 17 years ago.

Came here to learn a little more about my Rifle. Seems to be a popular model cause I have already received offers for it while trying to find a gunsmith to work on it.--- BUT, I'd still like to shoot it a couple of more times before I'd even think about selling it.
Maybe even hunt with it bit.

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Tuna
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3240 Posts

Posted - 08/11/2017 :  10:05:10 AM  Show Profile Send Tuna a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Welcome to the forums. What ever model it is just post you problems with it in the correct forum for it and the good people here will try to help you straighten out you carbine.
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Jackp
Veteran Member



USA
1019 Posts

Posted - 08/11/2017 :  12:22:28 PM  Show Profile Send Jackp a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi and welcome from New Mexico!

The best inexpensive resource for info on USGI carbines is Craig Riesch's book, "U.S. Carbines, Wartime Production", about $20-25 on Amazon.

Also check out this web site:

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Good luck!

JackP
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COSteve
Junior Member



USA
88 Posts

Posted - 08/11/2017 :  3:06:40 PM  Show Profile Send COSteve a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Welcome from Colorado!

If your carbine is a GI version, then Jackp's link is for you.

However, if you have a commercial M1 Carbine, give this link a look.

You must be logged in to see this link.

Steve

“Remember, no matter where you go, there you are.” - Confucius
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Satanta
Advanced Member



USA
151 Posts

Posted - 08/11/2017 :  9:16:25 PM  Show Profile Send Satanta a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Welcome from Arizona. I also am new to this forum, but find it grand indeed with all the help from the pro's.
Being an old retired mechanic. It still boils down to.... input given, makes a world of difference for an answer.
These people will help you in a big way. They just need you to give info.
Glad your getting the bug again. Be smart, be safe, and listen to these people.
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jakedog
Starting Member



USA
3 Posts

Posted - 08/16/2017 :  09:58:55 AM  Show Profile  Visit jakedog's Homepage Send jakedog a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Brand new to the forum, I'm from Missouri, welcome and hello...
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Gman
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USA
12 Posts

Posted - 08/18/2017 :  8:35:45 PM  Show Profile Send Gman a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Welcome from Texas.
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weimar_police
Greenhorn Member



USA
36 Posts

Posted - 08/19/2017 :  09:15:34 AM  Show Profile Send weimar_police a Private Message  Reply with Quote
welcome from Pennsylvania, hopefully soon to Washington state ;)
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