M1 Carbine, Paratrooper Folding stock, Matte Black Finish w/ 15rd Magazine

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(AOM150)

Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine, "Paratrooper Folding Stock Model"
Walnut folding stock, wood handguard (shipped with 15 round magazine)

Product Video: Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine

The Auto-Ordnance M1 .30 Caliber carbine is produced in Kahr's state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Worcester, MA. The Auto-Ordnance carbines are produced using newly manufactured parts on high precision computerized machinery.

Markings include the following: Auto-Ordnance, Worcester, MA behind the rear sight; U.S. Carbine, Cal. 30 ML on the receiver in front of the bolt and the serial number is engraved on the left side of the receiver.

Not legal to sell in certain states. However, local laws may also prohibit this firearm. Please check with your local law enforcement agencies.

*Disclaimer: Colors vary between batches. Like original military rifles, wooden furniture on an Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine varies in wood dimensions and tightness of fit on each firearm.  As a result, the size of the gap between the upper handguard and gun stock varies with each rifle.

ModelAOM130/AOM140AOM150
Caliber .30 Caliber .30 Caliber
Barrel 18" 18"
Weight 5.4 lbs 5 lbs. 6 oz.
Length 35 3/4" overall 35 3/4" overall, 25 3/4" (Folded)
Construction Parkerized steel receiver, wood stock and handguard Walnut folding stock, wood handguard
Finish Parkerized Parkerized
Sight Blade front sight, flip style rear sight Blade front sight, flip style rear sight
Stock Walnut Walnut
Magazine One15 Shot stick (AOM130) / One10 Shot stick (AOM140) One 15 Shot stick
Warranty 1 year 1 year
* Specifications subject to change without notice

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  • 5
    M1 Carbine Paratrooper stock

    Posted by Chris Roenker on Feb 12th 2022

    This Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine is very finely made. I have several WW2 Carbines and this one has super tight tolerances. Before you shoot it you must take a steel brush and scrub the feed ramp and bolt channels to smooth them out a bit. Make sure you oil the crap out of it. You still might get a few FTFs but after a break in period of about 50 rds it runs flawlessly. Because of the very tight tolerances, disassembly was tough. Hit the bolt channels again and operating slide channels with a steel brush. Oil every inch of the gun and it will run great the next time out. It is a beautiful firearm but it is old school so it needs maintenance. It will start to rust if you don't keep it oiled or keep it in an air tight safe. I always wanted one of these for my collection and now I have one. Thank you Auto-Ordnance for making this for us Gun Enthusiasts.