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Tanaka Works:

WWII U.S. M1 Carbine

All metal with real wood stock

Open Barrel for Venting


545 GBP  /  $655 USD  /  620 Euros


Tanaka:  WWII U.S. M1 Carbine - Open Barrel for Venting with oiler and carry sling

All metal with real wood stock. Functions, field-strips, ejects like the real thing !!

ideal for re-enactor / film / theatre or collector

In very good condition throughout !!  Appears unfired! 

Open barrel for venting

Very nice wood stock, photos above of actual M1 Carbine for sale

Includes: Original box, original instructions, 15rd magazine, 5x Tanaka cal .30 blowback cartridges (reusable - takes 5mm PFC) in unfired condition, carry sling and oiler

Weight:  2.4Kg   Same weight as the real thing!

We ship internationally.  Any questions: sales@mg-props.co.uk

PFC Primer caps :   9.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are needed to make the bang and smoke!

Spare 30cal blowback cartridges:   2.25 each    

Spare 15rd magazines:   32.95  

30rd magazine:  38.95 each  (used/ good condition)   

Real look bullets:   1.75 each     

Heat Shroud: 32.95  each   

M1 Carry sling:  21.95

Brief Info on M1-Carbine

The M1 Carbine is a lightweight semi-automatic rifle that was a standard firearm in the US military during World War II and the Korean War.  The M1 Carbine  was the weapon of choice for support troops, and others not primarily involved in infantry combat. It was designed to meet combat needs less demanding than the M1 Rifle, but more than can be met by the M1911A1 pistol. It was more convenient to use than the M1, and less intrusive to their other duties, while still much more effective than hand guns.   Eventually, the weapon was also issued to some regular troops, particularly officers, sergeants, and radio operators, since it was less unwieldy than the M1 Garand rifle, and was still considered suitable for close quarters combat.   The Carbine continued to be used in Vietnam, until replaced by the M16.

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