The Korean Surplus 30 Carbine is a military surplus firearm that was originally manufactured by the American company, Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The carbine is chambered in .30-06 and has a magazine capacity of 15 rounds. It also has a semi-automatic bolt action and weighs 7.5 pounds unloaded, with an overall length of 38 inches and barrel length of 18 inches.
The 30 Carbine is a rifle cartridge that was developed by Winchester in 1936. The 30 Carbine is a rimless, bottlenecked cartridge designed to be used in the M1 carbine.
The 30 carbine ammo was originally made for the M1 carbine, but it has been adapted and used in other firearms as well. The primary use of this round is for hunting small game and varmint due to its low recoil and low report.
A carbine is a firearm with a shorter barrel than a rifle or musket. It is usually lighter and easier to handle. The carbine was originally a lighter, shortened musket or rifle favored by cavalrymen.
The Korean Surplus 30 Carbine is an American-made copy of the famous M1 Garand rifle, and it was the standard issue weapon for U.S. troops during World War II, Korea and Vietnam wars.
The Korean Surplus 30 Carbine is a semi-automatic rifle that fires the .30 Carbine cartridge. The carbine was developed by Winchester in 1944, and was intended to be used as a hunting rifle. The carbine features a 16″ barrel, with an overall length of 35.5″, and weighs 6 pounds.
The Korean Surplus 30 Carbine is a rifle that was designed in the 1950s and manufactured in the 1960s. It is a gas-operated, semi-automatic rifle that fires from a closed bolt. This rifle has been used by several countries around the world including North Korea, South Korea, and Israel.
The Korean Surplus 30 Carbine is a semi-automatic rifle. It was an export version of the M1 carbine and the M2 carbine. It has a 10 round magazine and fires 7.62mm NATO caliber ammunition.