Deactivated WWII American M2 carbine fully selective automatic or semi automatic operation. Originally, the M1 was to be capable of selective fire control, but this idea was dropped. Because a demand arose for an automatic capability, the M2 was developed, with a selective-fire switch added to the left side of the receiver, operating on the sear mechanism. In the infantry, the M2 Carbine was carried by Staff NCOs and officers. complete with its 30 round magazine and inert rounds. This is a much rarer weapon than the M1 carbine especially in old specification, This example can be field stripped and cocked and dry fired. These weapons were used during WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
Comes with its sling and oiler this is a fantastic opportunity to own a piece of WWII history.
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