My M1 Carbine comes home
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:04 PM   #1
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Default My M1 Carbine comes home

My M1 Carbine came home from the Fulton Armory after being re-barreled due to a split gas cylinder. This is the first time I shot it after it got back a couple of days ago. This is just a function test to be sure everything is working.

By the way, I like the ergonomics of the Choate stock, but I have some military wood that needs to be stripped and repaired for this gun.

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