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Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Semi Auto Carbine .30 Carbine 18" Barrel 15 Rounds Blade Front Sight Flip Style Rear Sight Walnut Stock Parkerized Finish AOM130

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The Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine, chambered in .30 carbine, is produced in Kahr's state of the art factory located in Worcester, MA. These semi automatic M1 Carbines are produced using newly manufactured parts on high quality computerized machinery. The Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine is an authentic replica of a rifle that saw action in many theatres of combat over seas. The M1 Carbine comes with a 15 round magazine.

Specifications and Features:
Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine Semi Auto Carbine AOM130
.30 Carbine
18" Barrel
Blade front sight
Flip style rear sight
Walnut stock
Parkerized steel receiver
Parkerized finish
15 round magazine
Overall length 35.75"
Overall weight 5.4 lbs
Made in the USA, in Worcester, MA


Item#: 7-GAOM130
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Total number of Reviews: 4

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1.0 5
"Wow! What a disappointment. Couldn't even get it to fire off more than two rounds at a time. The AO 15 rd mag that came with the gun kept dropping out after firing one round. The second AO mag wasn't any better . Tried Korean 30 rd mag and the gun turned into a jammamatic. Never again Auto Ordinance. This gun a just a novelty item and it's parts are NOT interchangeable with common GI replacement parts . Save your cash and get the real deal."
5.0 5
"After talking with a vet who had an original, I just had to get one but couldn't find a reasonably priced gun. I bought the A-O and am very pleased. The first few rounds didn't want to cycle but then it started eating ammo like a machine. Israeli bulk ammo and Armscor FMJ work great. A new favorite in my safe."
2.0 5
"The Carbine is accurate when it fires w/o jamming or failing to feed. The apparent issue is the trigger guard assembly which has the magazine weld. The weld is out of spec and causes the magazine to not seat properly and if it shifts slightly you get a fail to feed. Upon contacting AO, the standard line is "Are you using American made ammo?". No admission that vanything else could possibly be wrong. Have tried mags from multiple manufacturers and not able to have a sustaibed rate of fire."
4.0 5
"It seems that AO 10 and 15 round magazines work very well when the gun is lubed. I just recieved an AO 30 round Mag from AO and I am goping to test it this week. Pro Mag does not feed. and 30 round MAG 343 seem to have difficulty feeding. I think it is the after market mags that don't work well. I don't think I would want to take it to Bastogne or Saipan or Chosin or KheSahn. Least not Until I test the AO magazines strictly."