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WWII M1 Carbine Leather Scabbard

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    Hello,
    some pictures of my WWII USGI M1 Carbine Leather Scabbard.























    My Inland M1 Carbine dated June 1944

    Salu2 a to2
    Bizio

    FISAT Life Member & NRA Life Member

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    You don't see many of these around anymore. Nice looking addition to an m1 carbine.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Very nice. Thats something that I've just learnt, knew about the canvas ones, but not about the leather ones!

    Regards etc
    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    Cool. I have seen and own 2 M1 Garand scabbards, but see very few of the carbine ones. The Thompson ones are even tougher to find around here.
    I think Sarco makes replicas of them and you see a lot on restored military vehicles. But a real good find would love to get one for mine.

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    Very rare piece of American field gear the repros are even bringing some good money nice find

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    Good find in very nice condition.

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    Unfortunatly one of the two straps is missing with the brass carabiners.
    Salu2 a to2
    Bizio

    FISAT Life Member & NRA Life Member

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    Very nice! That one was made just 10 minutes down the road from me at the Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot! You don't see too much that came from the J.Q.M.D.

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