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Springfield Armory M1 Carbine BB Rifle, Wood Stock

Available in .177, Authentic Wood Stock CO2 Replica with Blowback
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  • Code: AGD-46629631 · $279.99 · .177 · 425 fps
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  • Springfield Armory M1 Carbine Magazine, .177
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  • Air Venturi Steel BBs .177 Cal, 5.1 gr - 2,500 ct

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Used consistently from WWII to Vietnam and sporadically up until the mid-2000s, the M1 Carbine has been a staple in the US arsenal. Now being offered in a CO2 blowback version, it's among the first in the Springfield Armory replica lineup. Using a single CO2 cartridge and a 15 round drop free magazine, this detailed reproduction is capable of slinging BBs downrange at 425 fps. Whether you're a replica collector or a fan of US Military history, this M1 Carbine won't disappoint!

Springfield Armory M1 Carbine Features:
  • Authentic replica
  • Blowback
  • Semiautomatic
  • Uses one 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • 15-rd. drop-free magazine
  • Available with wood-look synthetic stock or real hardwood stock
  • Full-metal action
  • Windage-adjustable rear sight
  • Manual safety
  • Weight: 5.7 lbs
  • Length: 35.8"
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  • Manufacturer Springfield Armory
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 425 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type BBs
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Smooth bore
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 5.70
  • Overall Length 35.80
  • Barrel Length 17.25
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 15
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Post
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage
  • Shots per Fill 40
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 90-day limited warranty
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By EliMay 2, 2024 Verified Purchase

Good gun highly recommended

it felt like the real thing and overall good highly recommend

I wish it had more mag capacity

By Richard L Smith February 24, 2024 Verified Purchase

Have fun!!!

Like the real thing. Fun to shoot.

Some place to store the carter wrench

By RandallUSAFebruary 23, 2024 Verified Purchase

Its a fun little can plinker

Feels and operates pretty similar to the real thing. Fairly accurate at around 15 yards

It has a rattle from the wood being a little lose on top

By Christopher GirardotOctober 17, 2023 Verified Purchase

the combo is worth the money.

I like that its light weight and a straight shooter and fun to shoot.

the only con I found is while it does come with an extra mag the one I got didnt work. the other works just fine

By daveMay 9, 2023 Verified Purchase

feels like the G.I. version

needs two 12g cartridges, runs out of co2 to quick.....15 shots a 12 gram cartridge @ best.

By BrianUSAMay 4, 2023

This is a fun plinker, good for training children or new shooters how to handle firearms. I can display this on the wall and keep my real M1 locked in the safe. My pre-teen Granddaughters will love it.

Price is good for the synthetic stock version and it is made of a solid composite with realistic feel. Don't think I would have been happy paying an extra $100 for the wood stock. While it is an impressive replica, it's not convincingly constructed, material wise, to warrant real wood.

Not a strong shooter, only capable of accuracy at CLOSE range. Wouldn't puncture a plastic soda bottle. The bolt doest lock back when empty, so you must rely on the sound or count to know it's empty; which wastes shots and co2.

By PeteApril 15, 2023 Verified Purchase

Magazine hard to load BBs. Have to hold magazine on downhill angle and hold back follower with coin to prevent damage to my fingernail then load BBs with other hand. Also immediately emptied 3 CO2 cartridges until I learned to insert cartridge downwards at start of procedure to eliminate possibility of massive leakage.

Accurate, realistic. One on my favorite BB long guns. Feels good in hand.

By Kenneth April 8, 2023 Verified Purchase

As a replica show piece buy it!!! As a shooter, maybe see if you cans find one to shoot before buying.

This is a very impressive replica Weight, length, stock, action, are all spot on as it was made by the original manufacturer.

It doesn't shoot at 450 fps. It actually shoots at speeds slower than our traditional BB guns.

By christopherMarch 26, 2023 Verified Purchase

My M1 came with two magazines, one in the box and one which air gun depot included in the sale as well as a carrying case. Good deal! I also purchased an additional magazine. I had three magazines of which only one works as it should. Air gun Depot replaced one of the magazines, the other faulty one started leaking co2 afterI had contacted the seller. The replacement magazine is also faulty, the plastic piece in front of the spring is broken but it functions. One of four magazines is without fault. I gave 2 stars only because of the magazine issues. Would I buy this again? No. Would I buy from Air gun Depot again? Yes. If you do buy it, get the wood stock.

The M1 Carbine is fun to shoot.

I would add a rear sight which is fully adjustable-elevation and windage.

By WilliamFebruary 21, 2023 Verified Purchase

Rifle was received as expected, except as noted below.

The finish on the bolt surface was marred all over - cosmetic blem.

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Does this gun have a piccatiny rail? I see in the description it says no rail but in the pictures it shows a piccatiny rail on several of the pictures

asked Jimmie from USA

Is it field strippable

asked Theace 508 from USA

No, not very authentic in that regard. But, it can be disassembled should you need to do a deep clean.

Brian from USA

Do all the synthetic wood models have weak fore grips and sloppy recievers for the magazine? Are the wooden stock models any better construction and assembly wise? Hope get a response here shortly. So, I can make up my mind and order this. Or finally get it off my mind. Thanks.

asked Ed from USA

Can the hand guard be replaced with a metal ventilated one's like the ones on the aftermarket versions of the m1 carbine?

asked Dennis from USA

Is the action and barrel metal or plastic?

asked Raymond from USA

for the loose stock, get some "microbed" it is same color and permanent..use wax to keep the stock loose from the metal.. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ABSOLUTEY.

asked Robert from USA

i bought the Umarex Legends cowboy .122 pellet rifle and the lever is very loose.. Drops looking at it.. Is there a quick fix or is it a legit defect? let me know if it can be fixed..

asked Nicholas from Canada

I'm buying the synthetic stock version. But I have a wood stock from a real M1 carbine. Will it fit this rifle?

asked Rick from USA

You can make it fit, but once you change it it will be weaker.

Tom from USA

Handguard is loose fitting, does it come off to see if I can find a way to fix it. If yes how do you do it? I just got it don't want to break something.

asked Mark from USA

The ad say it shoots PELLETS Does it shoot .177 pellets or just BBs ?

asked Ricky from USA

Just BB's

Mark from USA

The M1 shoots BB's which are .177 cal/

Mark from USA

I noticed it is possible to install a sling and oiler combo, is it possible to install the buttstock pouch? The real steel rifle the entire barrel, receiver and trigger assembly is removed and the pouch is slide down from the foregrip end and not from the butt end. Is all possible to remove?

asked Charles (Mike) from USA

The mag buttstock pouch has to slide down from the barrel end. If you remove the rear sight it will slide down easily. There are two Philipps head screws on the rear sight. Just turn the sight adjustment all the way to left to gain access to the screw, then move it to right to remove the other screw. These screws are in tight with Lock Tight so be careful removing them so as not to strip the slots out. Also, the bb magazines will not fit in the buttstock pouch since they are longer than the original 30 cal mags.

Marshall from USA

The front hand guard on faux wood version is loose and rattles. Any way can this be fixed. I’d take it apart but would be afraid of it not going back together right. Any suggestions?

asked David Carway

Does this rifle shoot pelets.

asked Mark Mitchell

How do I order extra mags and how much are they?

asked DEAN from USA

Will you be offering the version with the wood stock?

asked Douglas Kinney

cancel my order for springfield Armory M1 Carbine BB Rifle to long of a wait.

asked Thomas from USA

Could you post this to the UK? Regards Rob

asked Robert Perry

I had a Universal M1 carbine and i’d like one of these if and when they put a real wood stock on it. My question is How accurate is your gun?

asked Eugene Raymo

Pictures look better than real item, shot show guy said it shoots 45 bbs per pull of trigger, did he mean I that to say 45 shots per co2 carteridge6or does it shot like a shotgun? Very confusing shot show video. If it's just a plastic stock, then why such a hefty price tag?

asked James from USA

To bad they do not offer this with a wood stock. Or do they?

asked Don

Will you offer the wood stock model talked about at the 2019 shot show by Air Venturi? Will you offer a spare magazine?

asked Larry

Could a real wooden stock replace the plastic one for this carbine?

asked Frederick from USA

Does it allow a Scope or Red Dot Sight to be mounted? Gary

asked Gary O from USA
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