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Kentucky resident, thanks for having me

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    Posted: Feb 14 2021 at 8:07pm
Hi Folks!


We bought a little farm down on the Cumberland river bottom nearly 2 1/2 years ago.

So that makes me a resident of the beautiful Commonwealth of Kentucky, Born and raised in Ohio where I retired as a hospital plumber back in 2007.


I spend the majority of my internet time at the 


http://smith-wessonforum.com/search.php?searchid=12589024


At some point I plan to buy a carbine so I thought I would allow you folks to educate me in the meantime.


Thanks for having me,


terry


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Smokpole Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 14 2021 at 8:21pm
No, Smith did NOT make carbines! *LOL* Welcome to the club. BTW, I've got a few Smiths myself, including a VS Victory model Navy marked .38 sp.
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Terry, welcome to the forum. I'm from Ohio and now am living in IN. I retired after 42 years in healthcare. 

If you are interested in M1 carbines you came to the right place. There are some very knowledgeable and friendly folks here. I've learned much from hanging around, you will too.


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Originally posted by raisedin99 raisedin99 wrote:

At some point I plan to buy a carbine so I thought I would allow you folks to educate me in the meantime.
You're in the right place.  Great bunch of folks who enjoy helping.  S&W huh?  In addition to a couple new SS models for plinking I have a 60,  27-2 (8-3/8") and a 29-2 (6-1/2") my dad bought me back in my much younger days.  Also to complete the S&W magnum trifecta a few years ago I picked up a 57-1 (8-3/8").  They're all nice but not as smooth as the 6" Python my dad got me.

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I get a box saying that I need to log in. Is there a post eluding to a S&W M1 carbine?
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Yup! Its in the same thread as the Colt M1 carbine.......(Just kidding)
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