Auto-Ordnance adds the Vengeance Custom WWII M1 Carbine to its series of vintage style, custom guns.
As part of an ongoing WWII commemorative firearms series, the Vengeance showcases walnut furniture paired with engraved imagery. The engravings feature images related to the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 — the “Day of Infamy.” The rear stock boasts detailed depictions of the attack that pushed the U.S. into World War II.
On the opposite side of the M1 Carbine, the B-29 Superfortress Enola Gray is illustrated, symbolizing the end of the war. The rifle tops off its design with an engraved handguard featuring a battle damaged American flag.
“The Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbine is a faithful reproduction of military models, with all steel components, Parkerized finish and walnut stocks,” Auto-Ordnance said in a news release. “The Vengeance rifle gives shooters an opportunity to own a new firearm that is highly accurate, utterly reliable and custom engraved to commemorate the conflict enshrining the M1’s role as a vital part of American Military History.”
The Vengeance is chambered in .30 caliber and ships with a 15-round magazine. The Vengeance, model number AOM130C1, retails for $1,391.
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