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Hello everybody! I have a small selection of different models of .30 Carbines. This is what I found. If anyone completes or corrects, I will be glad. Thank 1) Winchester .30 Carbine Prototype 2) M1 Carbine Early 3) M1 Carbine Late 4) M1 Carbine Airborn Prototype 5) M1A1 Carbine 6) M1A2 Carbine Produced only as 'overstamped' model (an arsenal-refurbished M1 with new rear sight and other late M1 improvements) 7) M1A3 Carbine 8) M2 Carbine 9) T3 Carbine w. M2 Infrared Sniper scope 10) M3 Carbine w. M3 Infrared Sniper scope 11) M1 Commando Carbine w. supressor 12) M1A1 Carbine w. Maxim Silencer (!) 13) T3 Carbine w. Maxim Silencer Prototype (!!) 14) M1 Carbine w. M8 Grenede Launcher 15) M1 Carbine w. M8 Grenede Launcher and an inert grenade set in an M1A2 launch adaptor
Hi, The serious collectors might know....If you have a sealed box that says: MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY GUN, U.S. CARBINE CAL. .30 MA. ORD. DRWG. & PC. MK. - B - 212603 SNL. NO. B - 28 CODE INDEX NUMBER - 01- 00260 QUANTITY - 100 ROCK-OLA MFG. CORP. The box likely contains 100 carbine magazines. The quandry lies in what to do with the box. Is there any benefit to keeping the box sealed? Will it adversely effect the value if I open the box to look at one of the magazines? Thoughts? Leave it sealed or is it time to open the time capsule. Thanks in advance, Grasshopper