Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine Magazine .30 Carbine 30 Rounds Steel Construction Blued

Item No. FC-602686237024
Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine Magazine .30 Carbine 30 Rounds Steel Construction Blued
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Brand: Kahr Arms
MFR #: MC3030
UPC: 602686237024
Item #: FC-602686237024
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A Full Capacity 30 Round M1 Carbine Magazine From Auto Ordnance

The Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine Magazine is a standard factory replacement magazine. This magazine is designed to fit Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine models and similar pattern M1 Carbine clones chambered in the venerable .30 Carbine cartridge. The M1 magazine is built to hold a full compliment of 30 rounds of ammunition. You will notice that the magazine features a high quality steel body with a blued dark finish. A high quality stainless steel chrome spring is used along with a high quality follower in order to ensure reliable feeding. This is a new production magazine and will work with all Auto Ordnance (Kahr Arms) M1 Carbine firearms.

Please note that there are several companies that manufactured copies of the M1 Carbine after World War II of which all varied in quality. Some companies used a combination of original USGI and new commercial parts while others manufactured entire firearms from new parts. These copies were sold to the general public but were not made for or used by the US Military.

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Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine Magazine Specifications and Features:

  • MC3030
  • .30 Carbine
  • 30 Round Magazine
  • High Quality Follower
  • High Quality Spring
  • Steel Construction
  • Blued Finish
  • Auto Ordnance (Kahr Arms) M1 Carbine and similar pattern clones
Compatibility with various other manufactured versions of the M1 Carbine is unknown.