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M1 Carbine Conversions: “Elegant” or “Abomination”

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

WATCH: Winchester Victory Series .30 Cal. Ammo

American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe talks to Winchester's Dusty Gibson about the latest product in the Victory Series line of throwback ammunition: .30 caliber rifle cartridges for the M1 Carbine

New: Creedmoor Sports .30 Carbine Rifle Ammunition

Introduced in the 1940s for the U.S. Military's M1 Carbine, .30 Carbine Rifle Ammunition is still used for both hunting and self-defense

Fix your U.S. Vintage Military Rifle

The CMP will refinish, rebarrel, upgrade, accurize, and customize your milsurp rifle.

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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