U.S. M1/M2 Carbine 30 Rnd. Replica Dummy Magazine Prop
This Replica Dummy Magazine is extremely accurate in its appearance and is made of durable solid plastic resin. Molded from an original Type IV USGI magazine, it is the exact size of an original 30 Rnd. magazine. Molded in black, it appears just like the original magazine blued color so it looks like the real thing when placed inside pouches or on displays.
This replica magazine is ideal for any costume designers, cosplay enthusiasts, professional reenactors, museum display impressions or where the real thing is illegal or too valuable to use. An affordable reenactment gear item.
** Pouches Are NOT Included, & Are For Display Purposes Only
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- Made in USA by Marshall's Arsenal
The M1 carbine - formally the United States Carbine, Caliber .30, M1 - entered service in 1941. It is a lightweight .30 caliber semi-automatic rifle and was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II. Initially, the M1 carbine was intended to have a selective-fire capability, but the decision was made to put the M1 into production without this feature. Fully automatic capability was incorporated into the design of the M2 (an improved, selective-fire version of the M1), introduced in 1944. The M2 featured the late M1 improvements to the rear sight, addition of a bayonet lug, and other minor changes. It saw action in the Korean War and well into the Vietnam War. Over 6.1 million M1/M2 carbines of various models were manufactured; making it the most produced small arm for the American military.