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Rare  I.B.M   M1 Carbine  1941  very early deactivation spec (1989)

                               Fully Strippable and dry firing

      This very early spec deactivation (1989)  I.B.M  M1 Carbine is fully Strippable and has a smooth Dry firing action.  Comes with its sling and two spare magazines. 

 

      Of the estimated six-million M1 carbines produced from 1941 to 1945, the 346,500 carbines made by IBM was a small percentage.  The serial number of this rare I.B.M M1 Carbine is only 366,8601 which put it at late 1941 to early 1942.

     The M1 carbines produced by IBM were manufactured at Plant Number 4 located in Poughkeepsie, New York and some parts were produced at the company’s facility located in Endicott, New York. Serial numbers of IBM carbines range from 3,651,520 to 4,009,999.

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Fully opening bolt and it has a smooth dry firing action

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     Full clear marking 

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Fully marked I.B.M  and its Serial number

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Comes with two spare magazine and a sling

This is a lovely clean and rare  I.B.M M1  Carbine deactivated to a very early deactivation spec (1989)

£1550.00