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M1 carbine on display at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007

Caption   M1 carbine on display at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia, United States, 15 Jan 2007 ww2dbase
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Added By Bryan Hiatt
Added Date 18 Jan 2007

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1. Brandon says:
6 Jan 2009 01:18:06 PM

The photo is incorrectly captioned as an M1A1. The A1 had a folding wire stock for use by paratroopers the carbine in the photo is an early M1.

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