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The start and end dates each prime contractor manufactured carbines in combination with the serial number, a dated barrel, and the parts the carbine has, if all are original to the carbine when it was manufactured may provide a general idea of when it was manufactured.As time goes on more and more carbines are having parts replaced as they wear out, disassembled for the sale of the parts individually are within small groups, and/or carbines are being reconstructed to what people believe they should have been when they left the factory.An X following the serial number indicates the serial number has a duplicate, with the X being using to identify one from the other.Not real common, may be collectible depending on a number of things.Barrels were usually in short supply and if inventory ran out could shut down production lines.Barrels were usually mounted to receivers within one or two months of the date the barrel was made, however, many carbines have had their original barrels replaced.M1 Garand Parts Bolts, Barrels, Operating Rods, Gas Cylinders and other USGI and New Parts for the collector and shooter.Many items are "one each" in availability and the ACTUAL part is pictured unless there are several available.
IS coded clips are a good example as they were only produced in WW2 but in such quantity that the Ordnance Dept.
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The decision for which receivers would be used for the U. Carbine Models M1, M1A1, or M2 were made well after the receiver was completed as all of these models used the same receiver.
Given the high volume production, receivers were generally assembled as part of a carbine within a few months after the receiver was serial numbered.
These rifles would be produced in 19, and constituted the largest contract Beretta would receive.