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M1 Carbine Conversions: “Elegant” or “Abomination”

All about sporterizing the most popular old battle rifle around—the venerable M1 Carbine.

Limited Edition Inland D-Day Ithaca Model 37 Combat Shotgun

Out of production since 1975, the Ithaca Model 37 Trench Gun is back just in time for the 75th D-Day anniversary. Only 100 will be made by Inland Manufacturing

Inland M1 Carbines At 2019 Army Best Ranger Competition

For the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings, the Army decided the 2019 Best Ranger Competition will use some of the firearms used in WWII by Rangers during the legendary assault

107,000 Repatriated Garands and Milsurp 1911s on CMP Racks

The subsequent sale of milsurp rifles and pistols will support the mission of marksmanship training and competition for U.S. citizens, with an emphasis on youth

M1s? M1911A1s? M9s? CMP Looks Beyond The Finite Supply Of Milsurp

CMP needs a new income source, because the supply of surplus military arms is almost dried up

6 Key Tenets of Service Rifle Handloading

Some cardinal rules to help new gas-gun handloaders with safety and efficiency.

Inland M1 Carbine Review

When CMP introduced the “as-issued” games a little over a decade ago, a military surplus Mauser or Mosin-Nagant could be had for about $100 and an M1 carbine in NRA Very Good condition fetched, if memory serves, about $400. Today—thanks in large part to the skyrocketing popularity of the carbine—a quick online check of non-collector milsurp M1 carbine prices varies from $630 to $1350. Whether that is still “inexpensive” is up to the individual shooter’s wallet.

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