154Sniper: @hrdknox2000 Check Tulammo. They sell the .30 ammo for 11.99 for 50 rounds.
Its great for target practice. Tulammo is a russian brand.
FuriousPixel: we must live far away people say car bine here
airsoftlamblover: its such a nice firearm, one of my favs to shoot
wolfyys: the carbine and garand are 2 completely different rifles
quadcityfeller: I also have a Universal M1 Carbine. I ordered the 20 30 &40 rd mags for
them from Sportsmans guide and I dont recommend them since the fit is off.
I think they're intended strictly for the military version.They will work
but they fit very loosly from front to back and very tightly from side to
side. That being said I live this gun and so does my 17 yr old son! Its a
great hobbie to share with your kids. Just going out and target shooting
for a few hours or so. Stay safe man! Your a good shot!
hrdknox2000: Yeah, for such a small round, I don't understand why the HELL .30 cal.
carbine is so F-ing expensive!!!
AOO08DOYOUHEAR: Pretty nice gun. I'll stick with my .30-.30win
bigguy6100: Yeah, mine was built i believe in the late 50s early 60s. It wasnt a
government rifle. Id love to have one like your grandfathers, but they are
AZshooterman: huh, so that's where old tiers go to die...
bigguy6100: No, its pronounced correctly, car-bean. Vids of my AK are in my videos
section, dont have any of our Garand
sandiego48: it looks like its made of plastic.... but its not right.... right?
Sam Moore: is that a replica or the real deal
Kilhamjim: Well yes. My Gaff was saying the Carbine was fully automatic, ,The M2 is
,the M1 is not, Not so much a mistake as did not say which Carbine. It aint
Rocket science mate , you only have to Google it,
bigguy6100: Keep the Carbine
IndianaBishop: The universal carbines are not tooled to the strict specs the military ones
are and are plagued with problems. I have one from the war and a buddy who
has a universal and he's had nothing but trouble. I hope yours works out
baberaider18: isnt shooting anything metal dangerous? i mean if the bullet didnt go
through it and richochet back it could have shot u!
kojpuasncokuv: looks like you have the second or third generation Universal M1 Carbine. by
looking at the slider.
meatloafzombie: Would you tell what you paid or what you feel it's worth?
jjmosin: i hear universal m1 carbines have issues with interchanging parts. Getting
replacement parts isn't easy because of inconsistencies between parts.
bigguy6100: We do reload, but I dont have the dies or any bullets for the .30cal yet,
probably pick some up at the next gun show.
bigguy6100: Very real
Gliderrider327: I have the same Universal Carbine and I use it for re-enacting, the only
problem is that you cant get a blank-adapter on it to fire semi-auto. I
constantly have to rack the bolt it sucks!
Adam Mccown: this shoots the 3006 rite?
curtispa: whats the diff on this 1 an other i want to get 1 can u help out with info ?
sandiego48: okay then i shouldn't break easily if i buy one
Pokemonscareme: I just bought a Universal yesterday for pretty cheap(compared to lots of
other M1's). If the prices on the shells go up much more, I might see if I
can get it converted to a different caliber.
baberaider18: @keesurt haha alright
154Sniper: @CaJunkie94 I own an universal M1 carbine with the heat shield. One of my
favorite guns in my collection.
blazerlover25: oh ok well still nice video is the carbine full auto?
RoninTXBR549: I love the M1 Carbine. They're really a lot of fun... 5/5
711dylan12345: why do people have a heat shield on them?
nandoGdog: The .30 carbine cartridge has almost identical ballistics to the .357
magnum, I would not call a .357 magnum "underpowered" if the crap were to
hit the fan I would feel safe with the .30 carbine.
James Dundorf: @kojpuasncokuv it looks to be 2nd generation because 3rd Generation had the
lever on the receiver to lock the slide back. This one looked to not have
Xavier Lee: Hey where can I find the spam can of ammo???
Darrel Quintos: you sound like elvis lol, but anyways good vids
Kevin Lambert: I have a Universal Arms M1 .30 carbine. It was made by a company in Florida
due to the popularity off the GI M1 following the war. They made their own
proprietary changes to the GI specification for the rifle....meaning GI
parts don't necessarily fit it. So it's basically a civilian clone of the
M1 Carbine. I love mine anyway....but it is not valued as highly as a GI
spec carbine unfortunately.
bigguy6100: M1 Carbine is semi automatic, M2 carbine is fully automatic
chrismc410: I just aquired one too. Looks nice inside and out. Will find out how it
shoots in a few weeks.
Dan Riewer: Awesome dude! My grandpa has the same gun his looks alittle older though.
its awesome! its the same kind of rifle he had when he was in the Army
during the Korean war. It was usually the higher ranking troops that were
equiped with them. but man, i sure do love shooting them M1 Carbines :)
Grandpas had it for like 50 years lol!
faffaflunkie: With a Universal and a P-38 you are well, if unusually, armed.
Justin beer: @deepwoodskentuckian The M1 carbine was designed for mortar crews, machine
gun crews, radiomen, tankers, artillerymen, signals troops, engineers. The
M1 Garand was too big for them to carry and a handgun was not accurate
enough. They wouldn't replace a small side arm with a rifle.
FuriousPixel: like binder
richcastle: I have a universal , a guy wants to trade me a sks and an .22 caliber
curtispa: wow thanks for the info
bobfather99: I also have an M-1 Carbine. I love it!!!! If you reload there are lots of
different powders you can use.
YaoiMastah: MY FIRST TOUGHT AS WELL XDD
Pokemonscareme: There's no real difference between any M1 Carbines, except for the WW2
model having simpler sights, and the Paratrooper model(M1A1) with the
folding stock. The M2 is fully automatic(It'll cost an arm and a leg for
both that and the permit) The M3 Carbine(semi-automatic) used in the Korean
war has scope mounts, but are pretty expensive.