Jun 27, 2019 · A look at the M1 Garand, M1 Carbine and other guns carried and used during the most pivotal event of World War II: D-Day. Though nowhere near as powerful or effective as the M1 Garand, the U.S. M1 Carbine was a handy rifle seen in large numbers at Normandy in both M1A1 “Paratrooper” (above) and standard versions (below). A lot of Military Rifle Stocks, Bob's Gun Shop , Sporter Stocks for Military Rifles, MILITARY RIFLE STOCKS; 30 Carbine Rifle Stocks, Mi Garand Rifle Stocks, Garand Nutmeg and Pepper Laminated Rifle Stocks, Springfirield Military and Sporter Semi Finish Walnut Rifle Stocks.Enfield British Sporter and Military type Rifle Stocks. Within M1 Carbine & Surplus Stocks you can currently find some of the following products: military surplus swede 96 mauser stock, used., military surplus m1 carbine stock, w marked for winchester, used., military surplus m1 carbine stock, rmc marked for rockola, used., military surplus german k98 mauser stock, needs work but servicable, std, read description., military surplus german k98 ... The Inland design was simply a side-folding stock any carbine action could be placed into, in lieu of the full length stock of the Model M1 Carbine. The markings on the carbine receiver remained the same as those of the Model M1.