Need info on M1 Carbines

Need info on M1 Carbines

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    Need info on M1 Carbines

    Looking at the possibility of picking up a WWII issue M1 Carbine on a trade.

    Would like to research it a little bit to see what it is worth.

    Can anyone point me to a web link where I might get information like that ?

    Thanks !


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    http://www.odcmp.com/

    Is where most of the M1 Carbines are comeing from today.

    http://www.auctionarms.com/search/auctions.aspx?ab=311

    Will give you what some are currently going for.

    Also try gunbroker http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/SearchResults.asp
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    Prices on authentic WWII issue M1 Carbines have skyrocketed! If it's the real deal, and you can swing the trade for less than $600, just go ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Prices on authentic WWII issue M1 Carbines have skyrocketed! If it's the real deal, and you can swing the trade for less than $600, just go ahead.
    Wow I hadn't kept up with the carbine market, I have one (Underwood) that I bought several years ago for < $300. It's a good shooter too, and I'm hanging on to it.
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    The last time I saw them advertised for the CMP I believe the least expensive ones were $595. I don't remember what the condition was for that price.

    I have one and I love it. I seriously doubt I'll ever find a deal like that again though. Great condition for $200! I too will be hanging on to mine.

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