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The Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Paratrooper, chambered in .30 carbine, is produced in Kahr's state of the art factory located in Worcester, MA. These semi automatic M1 Carbines are produced using newly manufactured parts on high quality computerized machinery. The Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Paratrooper is an authentic replica of a rifle that saw action in many theatres of combat over seas. The M1 Carbine Paratrooper comes with a 15 round magazine

Action Type: Direct Impingement
Barrel Length: 18"
Capacity: 15+1-Round
Cartridge: 30 Carbine
Finish: Parkerized
Front Sight: Blade
Length: 25.75"-35.75"
Magazine Included: 1 x 15-Round
Magazine Type: Removable
Muzzle: Plain
Rear Sight: Flip Up
Stock Material: Walnut
Weight: 5 lbs
MPN#: AOM150

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Never understood people's affinity for the M1 carbine. The furniture, the metal stock and the ugly design baffle me.
To each his own, I suppose.

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Why does the 'pistol grip' always remind me of something I'd make in 7th grade wood shop or the Russian TOZ-35M pistol.

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Here is an idea: 1. Clean your damn weapon. 2. Don't load it with cheap ass flea market or gun show reloads. 3. Practice with your weapon... ...To say that steel sights "don't hold a zero" is moronic. I owned a 'Universal .30 Carbine" that I purchased from a pawn shop in 1991, it was my first gun and I sucked with it at the range.... ...turns out it was all my fault. I can't speak to this product but I will say these guns (in general) require a bit of training and a lot of upkeep. Skip either of those and yes you'll look like a fool at the range.

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THIS GUN IS A MUST BUY! If you like wasting ammo, being barely able to shoot 5 rounds without some sort of malfunction from failures to feed, extract, return to battery, etc. the gun doesn’t hold zero mostly because the rear sight can be moved by your fingers and can just fall off the gun. Trash, trash, trash, would barely be worth $200 as a gunsmith starter project to learn how to make a gun reliable.

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Don't get one! Terrible guns!

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These are so bad ass. Would anyone consider buying a fairly well used kidney to finance this for me??

My wife wont miss the kidney btw

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*Firearm financing secret.....when the wife runs out of kidneys and/or other viable organs, try hosting foreign exchange students.

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Great thinking.

"Here pablo just take this pill before bed and lay on your right side...."

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