Citadel M-1 .22 Carbine

posted on April 30, 2011

Legacy Sports International puts an economical spin on a classic with what could be called United States Carbine, Caliber .22, M1. Having dimensions similar to its World War II predecessor, the Citadel M-1 .22 Carbine should offer history buffs a cheap trip back in time thanks to its $331 price tag. With an 18-inch barrel, 10-round magazine and 4.8-pound heft, the M-1 .22 Carbine is sure to liberate the hearts and minds of many shooters.

The new rimfire is drawing quite a bit of attention, and the NRA Annual Meetings have barely begun.


Smith & Wesson Shield Plus In 30 Super Carry
Smith & Wesson Shield Plus In 30 Super Carry

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