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    Posted: Mar 10 2017 at 9:05pm
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I have two Bavarian carbines one Inland and one Underwood. I love the history these guns represent. I own another Inland as well. These are my favorite guns to shoot. I'm not very good with computers but will soon learn to post pictures so I can show the ones I have. Love to learn all the history of these fun guns. My first introduction to these historical weapons was watching Jimmy Stuart play Carbine Williams when I was a child.
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sorry for the typo. should be Jimmy Stewart
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This is the first carbine I purchased from the CMP, about ten years ago. When they had their last batch in the South Store. Does anyone know who may have made new barrels for these, this barrel has no markings or stamps. You can faintly see the circular turning marks and it guages 1 or less on the muzzle. This was given to the Forestry Division. This one is a 1943 underwood with a m2 stock


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I purchased this in 2016 when the CMP offered them for mail order purchase. This is also an Inland, the year is 1944. This was given to the Bavaria Prison Guard system.


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