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    M1 Carbine parts value

    What is the value of:
    1. New GI carbine stock. No hardware. No marks proof or otherwise.
    2. New round carbine bolt. Never installed no wear marks?
    Thanks.

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    Sounds like you have either a post-war or a commercial stock if itís new and unmarked? Commercial....almost worthless. Post-war GI replacement $50-$75.

    Bolts....itís a guess not knowing who made it. $75 and up for USGI, or maybe not much if itís commercial.

    Need to know who made it?

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    Some parts I picked up in the 1960's from an armorer who had been instructed to sent to salvage.
    Stock new un issued GI- probably post war replacement
    Bolt new complete, unissued marked A.1 and a "T" or "I" on left lug. do not know maker
    Trigger housing, milled, with flip safety and mag release marked with "M" underlined. Only marking an "A"
    All unissued as new.
    Had no real use for them but had a carbine bought through DCM and thought I might need new arts.
    Thanks for your reply
    Not trying to sell.
    VR
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    AI is an Inland WW2 bolt. If the stock is a pot belly it most likely is post was and could be as late as Vietnam as it has not markings. The trigger housing could be almost anyone. Pictures of it would help. The bolt if complete about $100+. The stock if pot belly about $25 and up a bit. The trigger housing would depend if cast or machined and if it's a WW2 original could be at least $75.

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    I think most of these parts, if in excellent condition would be worth close to double or more what these guys are telling you. - Bob

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    Thanks to all for the responses

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    Why would you want value if you aren't selling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    Why would you want value if you aren't selling?
    Insurance purposes. I catalog my stuff. Ya never know!
    Everyone should. The guns are a no-brainer but the accessories, parts, and ammo really adds up!

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    I asked Cosine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    I asked Cosine.
    Sorry for the advice. Iíll be careful not to provide anymore unsolicited advice on this public forum in the future.

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