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30 carbine Designed by Winchester for the service in the early 1940s, the.30 Carbine cartridge( and the arm it was firstly design for the M1 Carbine), was design to be “ further than a dynamo, but lower than a rifle. ” Use with by the Unite States service in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, the.30 Carbine also came veritably popular among mercenary nimrods and shooters. Though it’s an under power cartridge on by ultramodern norms on paper, the.30 Carbine is still veritably able under the applicable conditions.

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The  1952 motion picture “Carbine Williams” starring Jimmy Stewart points to a very different view of the actual events. The movie would have the viewer believe that David Marshall Williams design the gun, when in fact the rifle was developed by a team of at least five Winchester Engineers. Hollywood as we all know likes to use the phrase “inspired by actual events”. Another fact lost in all of this is the fact the.30 Carbine cartridge itself was actually a rehashing of a then obsolete round, the .32 Winchester Self Loading.  Lets just stick with facts.

Now that we debunk some myths and half truths lets take a deeper look at the most popular gun chamber in .30 Carbine, the M1 Carbine. The most produce long gun of World War II was not the M1 Garand it was in fact the M1 Carbine. In total there were more than eight major manufactures of the M1 Carbine. The rifles produce in this time would still be serving the Unit States and its allies all the way threw the end of the Vietnam War.



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