How much for an M1 carbine - 1943 prod.
It all depends on who made it and the number they produced, the number of correct components and of course condition.
You really didn't provide enough information for any sort of an accurate estimate. If it is a run of the mill inland in rough shape with few correct parts it might be priced too high. If it is a rock-ola with some correct parts it might be the deal of the century.
Generally speaking, I agree the days of $5-600 Carbines are over. That said, I wouldn't give $300 for an Inland in poor condition with a shot out barrel.
Last edited by HKGuns; June 17, 2013 at 05:23 PM.