SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE
SAGINAW M1 CARBINE

SAGINAW M1 CARBINE

SKU ECOM00010389

used excellent

Used Price

$5,999.99 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

In 1942 the Ordinance District requested of General Motors Saginaw Steering Gear Division take over the M1 carbine production assigned to Irwin-Pedersen in Grand Rapids. To separate the production of each plant the prime symbol () was marked after the SG on the receivers of the Grand Rapids carbines.

Chambered in .30 cal

Seller Description

A very scarce WW2 Saginaw manufacture U.S. M1 Carbine .30 Caliber Semi-Auto rifle. Manufacture date shows 9-43 with barrel date 9-43. With World War 2 M1 sling. This beautiful firearm is part of a 50+ year old collection! Excellent overall condition. All matching even the trigger group. Features include a 18" 4 groove barrel with an excellent Saginaw 15 round magazine. Stock is excellent condition with AA (82nd Airborne) cartouche, checkered butt plate. This rifle is a must have for any WW2 or vintage collector.

UPC ECOM00010389
Caliber 30 CARBINE
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 15+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16 BARREL













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