Inland M1 carbine value

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  1. REELDOC

    REELDOC Member

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    Getting ready to put an Inland up for sale but after having searched for an hour I still don't know how to determine the value. Anyone around Winston or Clemmons know how to determine value?
     
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    Jeremy2171 Semper Gumby

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    Pics will help.

    I'm in kvile if you need someone to look at it
     
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    pipboy344 Myrtle Beach, SC

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    Does it have a Bayonet lug?
     
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    beamernc LTC - Liberal Tear Collector Charter Member Supporting Member

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    Is it a CMP rifle? Does it have an import mark?
     
  6. REELDOC

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    Does have lug. Flat bolt. Serial number 528xxx. Cartouches all over the stock. Barrel marked Inland 4-73. Can't find any other marks on barrel. Push button safety. Etc. Etc.
     
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    barrel should not be marked 4-73, maybe 4-43. Does it have a flip rear sight. This is a real mis-matched gun, with arsenal updates and still having a push button safety, safety should be a flip lever safety.
     
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    Considering most US milsurp have mismatched parts that is kinda expected to be honest. The condition is key and particulars about the stock can bump the value. Pics will help a lot here.
     
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    Value is going to depend on the condition and number of correct parts in your carbine. An guess-timate for a post war rebuild/mix-master would be around the $800 mark. For a correct carbine, $1500+

    You might want to look into getting a copy of "U.S. M1 Carbines, Wartime Production" by Craig Reisch. It's a good reference book.
    https://www.amazon.com/Carbines-Wartime-Production-Revised-Expanded/dp/1882391438
     
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    If you want to bring it by the Winston Show this weekend, I’ll have a look at it for you.
     
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    Sadly I have an IBM that I traded for that bubba had gotten ahold of and killed most of the value. It looks like a good many of the parts are ww2 era with early safety and mag release and no bayonet lug...but a target site was added which required receiver to be tapped and died...and a bad thread job was done.

    So not it is a shooter with some really nice parts!!
     

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