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M1 Carbine
M1 Carbine Field Grade I.B.M. 3845484, AO stamped
Listing # 4741
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Listing Format: Auction
Current price : $2,301.00
Starting bid: $1.00
# of bids: 38
Closes: Auction is closed
Location: Alabama, United States
Started: 12/24/2018
Ended: 1/5/2019
Seller: cmp2
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M1 Carbine Field Grade I.B.M. 3845484, AO stamped

Carbine has a PO B stamped front sight, on an undated I.B.M. Corp barrel, with an ME of 2+; with a type I barrel band. The S stamped trigger housing has an M magazine catch, an N. stamped rotary safety, an SW straight hammer, and an SW stamped sear. The type V slide is stamped PI on the inside. It has an H in shield, milled rear adjustable sight. The oval cut, high wood stock Is stamped BR B and 5484 in the sling well. The 2 rivet hand guard is stamped M-U. Receiver is stamped “Bavarian Forestry Police”.



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