The M1 Carbine was the weapon of choice for the 101Airborne. It was comapct, and light.
In service July 19421960s (U.S.)
Used by U.S. and Allies, Bavaria, Israel, Norway, South Vietnam, Brazil
Wars WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Produced September 1941 August 1945
Number built Over 6.25 million
Variants M1A1, M1A3, M2, M3
Weight 5.2 lb (2.36 kg) empty
Length 35.6 in (904 mm)
Barrel length 18 in (458 mm)
I really think this could be your best gun yet. The detail on everything is amazing. The stocks curves are perfect. You couldn't have made it any better. I love the sights. Incredible job Joe, keep it up. P.S. I would really like to make a Garand (It's my favorite WWII gun), but I am a little short on brown bricks, in fact, I have almost none. I would make it in black, but I don't think that would do it justice for being one of the most important guns of WWII. Also, I will be posting a G36 very soon, I have to take some pictures, and upload them, but keep watching. Fantastic Carbine, I hope I see more in future.