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Posted: 1/10/2005 10:18:17 AM EDT
My new year's resolution was to start collecting WW2-style American firearms.  I suspect there's some CMP Garands in my future, but I took the plunge on the Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine yesterday.  Davidson's had them on sale, I had cash burning a hole in my pocket, and now it's on it's little way to me.  I figured the Davidson's lifetime warranty might be handy if these puppies turn out to be lemons.  Anywho, I'll be happy to do pics/range reports since no one seems to know anything about this little guy--taking one for the team!

Anyway, I've got a line on one of those reproduction M1A1 paratrooper stocks that were floating around not long ago.  Seeing as how the real Inland M1A1s are rare and expensive as crap, I figured this might be a budget way to build one.  Question here for me is regarding the installation.  Is it a simple pop the receiver/barel out of the original stock and drop into the paratrooper copy deal, or do I need to replace other parts as well?  I'm not terribly concerned with a 100% exact copy of the M1A1, just whether or not I'll need to find more parts to complete the installation.

So what's the verdict?  Will it fit?  Sorry to be a M1C newbie, but those damn ARs really get you by your toes and don't let go!
Link Posted: 1/10/2005 11:36:14 AM EDT
It'll fit into a para stock like a hand into a glove.


I wish fitting into my wife was this easy.
Link Posted: 1/10/2005 11:59:50 AM EDT
I just saw my neighbors wife.  I wish fitting into her was that easy also.
Link Posted: 1/10/2005 12:56:24 PM EDT
"Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife" --GOD

Sound Familiar to anyone else?
I'm just messing with you BTW
Link Posted: 1/10/2005 1:42:54 PM EDT


Always worth a laugh around here.  We'll see how it turns out!
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