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Friday 02 December, 2016  

Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Rifle AOM130, 30 Carbine, 18", Semi-Auto, Walnut Stock, Blue Finish, 15 Rds

Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Rifle AOM130, 30 Carbine, 18", Semi-Auto, Walnut Stock, Blue Finish, 15 RdsOut-of-Stock
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1 of 5 Stars!
The down side to this is no bayonet lug and only a 150 yard and 300 yard flip site. My old one has a windage and left right adjustment. I purchased the carbine and was very dissapointed with its performance. At 100 yards it was all over the target and would notstriking low left. I made some visual adjustments and was able to hit center twice after burning 60 rounds. I also had a 9mm marlin camp with me and was able to hit bullseye at 100 yards with no problem. The other draw back is it will not advance a round into the chamber using pre-ban mags. It chambers a round into the barrel but dry fires. I had to load one round manually at a time. Unless this is a \"Monday Morning\" piece, thumbs down all the way. My gunsmith is looking at it and will send it back for repair or replacement. Better off contacting a company like Orion 7 Enterprises to get a real M1 that has been restored...
F. G. Wednesday 13 July, 2011
3 of 5 Stars!
The ammo is kind of hard to find for this gun and if you do find it its expensive.
T. R. Wednesday 30 December, 2009
5 of 5 Stars!
I own one of these guns and they are really nice shooting rifles, I love mine so much!! The only bad thing is I have a 10rnd mag instead of a 15rnd mag, that drags when you just want to shoot, because with this rifle that's all you want to do. This weapon is also very light and compact which is a plus when out hunting or shooting! Bluing is a passivation process in which steel is partially protected against rust, and is named after the blue-black appearance of the resulting protective finish. Bluing is most commonly used by gun manufacturers, gunsmiths and gun owners to improve the cosmetic appearance, provide limited resistance against rust of the firearm, improve surface durability to tangential scratching, and reduce glare to the eyes of the shooter when looking down the barrel of the gun. Hope that answers you question......
D. J. Sunday 09 August, 2009
3 of 5 Stars!
When it says " blue finish" does that mean the gun will be blue if purchased? Cause I want the 15 round mags but I don't want a blue finish...
D. W. Tuesday 14 July, 2009
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