More precise sight for M1 carbine

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8 Responses to More precise sight for M1 carbine

  1. Unless the copies are better than the originals, it’s still a 4-6 MOA weapon, isn’t it?

  2. TheRon says:

    I suppose if used in the house as it appears, it would be adequately accurate.y

  3. LarryA says:

    Apparently no one knows the classic standing position for rifle any more. (Sigh)

    • Dustin says:

      You mean the hunting/target stance with no recoil control that puts your left arm where the magazine goes on a modem firearm? Nope, no clue why someone wouldn’t be using it with a gun designed for personal defense with a long, removable magazine.

  4. Ray says:

    Why do I need a scope on a pistol cal. carbine with a maximum effective range of 300 yards and a normal operating range of 200 yards or less? The weapon was developed as a PDW replacement for the 1911A1 and really serves best in the zero to two hundred yard envelope. Not a deer rifle by any stretch. As I used to say about my 1944 Inland “Its the best pistol I ever owned”.

    • Dustin says:

      The .30 carbine makes a fine deer rifle in the right terrain, especially when you add a scope. Just use expanding ammo and don’t take shots further than a hundred yards and you’re looking at hitting the deer with more energy than a .357 has at the muzzle from a platform that is much easier to be accurate.

  5. There’s a gun in the pic?

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