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2 years 10 weeks ago, 6:44 PM

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auto ordinance 30 cal

auto ordinance 30 cal any advice

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2 years 10 weeks ago, 7:05 PM

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company blurb says I'd love to have one.

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 9:31 AM

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M1 Carbine

I own a Universal Carbine .30. More or less a Poor Mans M1 but still I like it. As for Auto Ordnance they are really well made, I held a paratrooper model at a local gun shop a while back and I really wanted to get it but my wallet had little more than a Moth or two haha.

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 12:56 PM

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Only drawback, I read that no parts are interchangable with GI model. When I was shopping for a .30 Carbine that was important to me.

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 2:49 PM

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Early models

Had interchangable parts with GI models but mine being a Gen 3 no parts interchange. First Gens were called Universal M1 Carbine and Gen 2 and 3 were called Universal Carbines only.

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 7:56 PM

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I bought for 35 bucks from Greasypaws years ago. I have a GI stock, but haven't got around to enlarging the channel to let the recoil springs cycle.

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 9:45 PM

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I can't say I've ever made a "great" deal, usually end up with someone else making out like a bandit

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 2:18 AM

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Knock Off M1

I had one that look like a TOMMY GUN and the stock came off.Never shot it got it on a trade then trade it off.Was not sure if it was safe to shoot but nice to look at lol.....................

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 8:47 AM

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to get rid of excess .45
Yours was almost identical to the SMG variety?

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1 year 23 weeks ago, 7:00 PM

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Not sure

it was 30 cal but cheap knock off............

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