M1 CARBINE PART 2 – SHOOTING

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Hornady 90 gr. XTP  -15.8 gr. W296            Hornady 100 gr. SJ – 16.5 gr. W296

2079                                                                          2125

2132                                                                          2141

2130                                                                          2145

2120                                                                          2121

2107                                                                          2131

2137                                                                          2125

AV = 2118                                                               AV = 2131

SD = 19.8                                                                 SD = 8.8 ES = 24

Energy = 896 foot pounds                                     Energy = 1008 foot pounds

 

 

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110 gr. FMJ – 14.9 gr. W296                         Shooting with a M1 Carbine made by

1944                                                                 National Postal Meter Company

1972

1956

2000

1963

1939

AV = 1962

SD = 20.1

Energy = 940 foot pounds

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Uncle Jim
Uncle Jim

Nice to see some Chrono on the poodle shooter. Ok sorry, that’s what we always called em! I’ve always liked shooting them, They have great handling and could get the job done. ??

Catfish745
Catfish745

With your rifle, don’t blame the magazines all the time. If you have not replaced all the springs in the weapon, they could be causing your malfunctions too. I own an IBM made in 1944, and it ran fine with a few hiccups here and there. Ordered and replaced all the springs in the rifle and now it shoots like a dream. No stovepipes, no failure to feed, nothing. As you pointed out, it is 75 years old. Replace em. Another hint, if you know someone with a borescope, USE IT! You might be surprised by what you find. What… Read more »