Saginaw M1

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Saginaw M1

Post by theholeinthedonut » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:10 pm

The M1A1 stock is a repro.

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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by Niner » Wed Nov 23, 2011 3:02 pm

Nice looking reproduction folding stock. I'd imagine you are restricted to collect only for this one too?
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by theholeinthedonut » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:37 am

Niner wrote:Nice looking reproduction folding stock. I'd imagine you are restricted to collect only for this one too?
No, this one I can shoot. I will post about our gunlaws in the days to come. The only thing I am not allowed to shoot is the full auto weapons.
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by Brass Rat » Tue Jan 17, 2012 5:04 pm

When I put one of those repro stocks on my '43 Inland my son claimed it so I ended up having to buy another carbine so I would have one to shoot. Now our .30 carbine consumption is second only to the masses of .45acp we go through on the plate range.

Those stocks are nice but the PG is about a half inch too short for my hand.
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by theholeinthedonut » Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:36 am

Brass Rat wrote:When I put one of those repro stocks on my '43 Inland my son claimed it so I ended up having to buy another carbine so I would have one to shoot. Now our .30 carbine consumption is second only to the masses of .45acp we go through on the plate range.

Those stocks are nice but the PG is about a half inch too short for my hand.
The worst thing about M1 carbines is the fact that tehy are addictive ;)
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by sakorick » Wed Aug 29, 2012 4:16 pm

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The worst thing about M1 carbines is the fact that tehy are addictive ;)[/quote]

How true not to mention very expensive! Regards, Rick.
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by A square 10 » Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:29 pm

thats another nice looking addition to the collection , congrats on that one , nice to know you will be able to shoot it
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Re: Saginaw M1

Post by Niner » Sun Nov 19, 2023 2:15 pm

This is more about a site mystery than anything else. If you scroll back up to the last posted images there is no reason they should be there. They were photobucket images that weren't added in the attachment link in the post that would have embedded the images into the site. If I just "save" the images to my desktop the images are blank. However, when I "copy" the image and then paste into Irphanview they are there. I'll add to this post in the normal site attachment way.
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