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Thanks 3 x M1 and Abel4287, but the intent of this thread is to find carbines in very specific serial # ranges where no carbines have yet been reported. See the very 1st post for these serial# ranges per manufacturer. 
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That said, please do share the details on your carbines in their own threads.  I'm sure many are interested.

Marcin, In particular I'm interested whether 1847796 was used by Saginaw S.G.,  or S' G' , as well as who made the barrel and other details.      
Originally posted by 3 x M1 3 x M1 wrote:

Hi,

I've got 3 M1 Carbine.

1. Saginaw S.G no. 1847796, barrel 10-43
2. Inland no. 607364, barell 8-43. PARA version with "P" in circle on the grip.
3. Rock-Ola no. 6211959, barrel 4-45. This one is  deactivated, and it's from Italy - FAT 71.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BuyAmer1can Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 02 2022 at 10:47am
I just getting acquainted with my carbine and all the markings as well as how to navigate this forum.  But I'd like to add my serial number to the Club's data base. 
I have an Inland with a barrel date of 9/43.  It looks like a Type 1 rifle but I'm still researching.  In any case my serial number is 970253. 
If this info is supposed to be sent to a specific person please let me know. 




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Clubs database is compromised of submitted data sheets which can be found here


the completed data sheet can be submitted electronically to the email address on the form or it can be snail mailed to the address in the above post.

Filing out a data sheet helps you get more acquainted with your carbine as it steers you to locations on carbines where makings or variations can be found.

I suggest keeping a copy of the DS for your records as it is handy to have a record as well as for the future should you wish to sell the carbine.
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I have a late Inland 6,908,236, hand stamped "M1".  Barrel date Inland 2/45.  Appears to be all original as issued in 1945.
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Jim,
The list above is for serial number ranges that the club has had low or no reports.

Your carbine sounds like a very nice late Inland in the known serial number ranges.
I bet guys would love to see it.
I suggest the "Carbines of the Collector" section

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Why Carbines? Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 06 2022 at 11:26am
It is nice, but it's also posted on multiple sites so if anyone wants to see it...it's out there.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote New2brass Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 06 2022 at 12:57pm
Originally posted by Why Carbines? Why Carbines? wrote:

It is nice, but it's also posted on multiple sites so if anyone wants to see it...it's out there.


that may be true, but not helpful for some of our members that would like to see it but not to good with google searches.

it is more helpful to post a link

Jim, Again you are more than welcome to post your carbine on these forums as well
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote jackp1028 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 06 2022 at 1:38pm
Also, carbines posted on these forums ("Carbines of the Collectors" and "Featured Carbines") are more likely to be included in the "Serial Number Spread Sheets", a resource for members to view reliable information about carbine date related configurations, features and history.

http://www.uscarbinecal30.com/forum/m1-carbine-serial-number-spread-sheets_topic5249.html
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Why Carbines? Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 06 2022 at 2:16pm
Just stating a simple fact, it's out there if anyone wants to look. As far as peeps having trouble doing Google searches, then how did they find this place?

One more thing, well over 90 percent of links posted on this site are tied to this site or the related sites up in the header. If anyone is having trouble with Google searches then this place is probably not going expand anyone's mind. Of course they are getting some pretty damn good information though.
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I have Rock Ola 16725xx 
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Thank you Panther. Your carbine is in the gap where serial numbers seemed to have been skipped. Could you post pictures showing the receivers Rock-Ola logo and and the barrels maker and date? Thank you for helping the Club update our records. It would be great if you could also provide a Data Sheet.
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I HAVE A UNFIRED M1 CARBINE S#XB47 NEED SOME HELP ON PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR MORE INFO THANK YOU DELUX WOOD .
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Originally posted by jjspearson jjspearson wrote:

I have a late Inland 6,908,236, hand stamped "M1".  Barrel date Inland 2/45.  Appears to be all original as issued in 1945.
 

I have a mostly mixmaster Inland, 6,897,116, 2-45, Hand Stamped M1, which I picked up off Gunbroker a few weeks ago.  It is only a few days older than yours.  I would love to see the datasheet on your carbine if you think it is original.  I want to correct my carbine but Ruth and Riesch are a bit vague and there no Carbines of the Month within 97,000 of my carbine. 

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(OSS) Office of Strategic Services Carbines

30 October 1943, 12 National Postal Meter carbines with 24 magazines were shipped from the OSS Supply Division, Washington D.C. to Lt. George Bookbinder, Room 2133 in the OSS "Q" Building Washington, D.C.

The same shipment also included:
13 M191a1 pistols with holsters, 29 magazines, 13 pistol belts, 13 M1928 double magazine pockets.
13 Thompson M1928, M2 sub machine guns, 104 magazines and 3 sets of spares.

Carbine Serial Numbers
1505587
1519675
1520545
1523234
1523414
1524000
1524096
1524276
1524376
1524457
1525843
1945011

It is unknown where these carbines went from there.

If you have one of these carbines let us know for more information!



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