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Have an Underwood M-1 and a couple of these. Only a picture of one. Except for the cartridges, the 1903 an 1908 are identical.

Oops...I didn't think an Underwood sounded right. When I read Alpo's post the tilt light went on in my head. My M-1 is an Inland, not an Underwood.......good grief.

1908 Mannlicher/Schoenauer in 8 X 56, M/S.

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This is just a picture from a "for sale" ad on GI. I don't remember if it's my 1908 or not.

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What scope do you have on your Ruger gdmoody? My brand and model were listed earlier, it's a 4X32.

(I've previously posted photos on my Marlin Camp 9.) I've got a few other Carbines. I like short and handy. Kel-Tec Sub2K, Etc.
 

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Going to try to list these in chronological order

One 1873 trap door
One 1873 Winchester
One 1886 Winchester (Browning)
Three 20-inch and one 16-inch 1892 Winchester (Rossi)
One 20 inch and one 16 inch 1894 Winchester
One 1898 Krag
One Remington #4
One model 53 Winchester (Browning)
Two M1 carbines (Inland and RIA)
One AK47
One Ruger 10/22
One Ruger 44 Deerslayer
One Ruger Mini 14
One Ruger Mini 30
One Rossi 62 22 pump
One CZ 527 7.62x39

I think that's all my carbines. The others should all be rifles.
 

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Going to try to list these in chronological order

One 1873 trap door
One 1873 Winchester
One 1886 Winchester (Browning)
Three 20-inch and one 16-inch 1892 Winchester (Rossi)
One 20 inch and one 16 inch 1894 Winchester
One 1898 Krag
One Remington #4
One model 53 Winchester (Browning)
Two M1 carbines (Inland and RIA)
One AK47
One Ruger 10/22
One Ruger 44 Deerslayer
One Ruger Mini 14
One Ruger Mini 30
One Rossi 62 22 pump
One CZ 527 7.62x39

I think that's all my carbines. The others should all be rifles.
That's a good start.
 

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What scope do you have on your Ruger gdmoody? My brand and model were listed earlier, it's a 4X32.
It's an old Bushnell Sportview 3-9x32.

I forgot about these, I don't know if this first one could be considered a carbine, but it is kinda short:

High Point .45 ACP
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Beretta CX-4 in 9mm
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Trapdoor carbine , Carcano M38 , M1 Carbine , Krag Carbine , Snider Enfield carbine . These are not called carbines but I have always thought they were short enough to be carbines . SKS and Mas36 . I had a Hi Point 9mm carbine but really wanted a .45 one so I sold it . Was fun to shoot but just something about that fat .45 round is what am wanting . Maybe after this crazy stuff ends will pick one up .
 

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The .45 IS fun to shoot, I just wish they came with magazines bigger than 9 rounds!!
I have the Storm carbine in 45, the mags only hold 8. It could be worse. My other 45 carbine mags only hold seven...but they are cheap reliable and everywhere. Enfield conversion that uses 1911 mags.

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It’s like shooting a 22mag but it hits the target a bit harder.
 

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I have the Storm carbine in 45, the mags only hold 8. It could be worse. My other 45 carbine mags only hold seven...but they are cheap reliable and everywhere. Enfield conversion that uses 1911 mags.


It’s like shooting a 22mag but it hits the target a bit harder.
I purposely bought the CX4 that used 92F magazines, because I had a 92F pistol and a bunch of 15 round mags. I bought a couple of 30 round mags for it, too.

That is an interesting Enfield Carbine, I like it!
 

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I purposely bought the CX4 that used 92F magazines, because I had a 92F pistol and a bunch of 15 round mags. I bought a couple of 30 round mags for it, too
And my grandson had a ball shooting it.
 
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Brother in law has a hi point 9mm pistol and the extra long mag . Can't remember how many it holds but anyway sitting at the shooting bench he rest the bottom of the mag on the table as a prop !!!
 

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I got the Ruger 9mm takedown. I like the interchangeability with Glock mags. So far, it's a keeper.
i love to load all six mags i have and do a rapid fire dump. the barrel had best not be touched. when i got it i posted here about what a hoot it is to shoot. still is. even at 75 i can act like a kid in a candy store. wish i had not passed on a .44 once [dummy, dummy,dummy]

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