Rifleman Jungle Heat
Inland Manufacturing, a gunmaker that made a splash just last year featuring its replicas of World World II-era 1911 pistols and M1 Carbines, should be starting a number of brand new models in 2016.
M37 12-gauge Trench Gun
During World War II, American soldiers relied in 12-gauge “trench weapons” for close-quarters fight and jungle warfare. Perhaps one of the most highly acclaimed armed forces pump-action shotguns in U.S. history was the Ithaca Model 37, that was in line with the Browning Model 17. This new M37 12-ga. is a faithful reproduction for this trusted pump built exclusively for Inland Mfg. by Ithaca Gun business. This shotgun features a 20" barrel, 3" chamber, army tagging and heat guard with bayonet lug. MSRP: $1249
The M1 Jungle Carbine
The latest Jungle form of Inland’s M1 Carbine takes one step away from being a solely historically accurate rifle so that you can provide customers a unique collection of desirable functions. Included in these are a 1944 M1 Type 2 barrel band, an adjustable rear picture, push-button security, round bolt, and low-wood walnut stocks. The 16" barrel is fitted with a removable conical flash hider. A 30-round magazine catch is installed at factory to allow the use of both 15 and 30-round mags. MSRP: $1179
The M1 Scout Carbine
Even though M1 Carbine and its own .30-cal. ammunition had been designed over 75 years back, this rugged semi-automatic rifle and cartridge combination are still a perfectly viable reduced recoil hunting, field and self-defense system. The brand new Scout setup brings the M1 into the brand new century with its matte black stock, threaded barrel, and tactical aluminum hand guard topped with a Picatinny railway for mounting red dot or extended eye relief optics. The 1/2-28 TPI threaded barrel may be fitted with a multitude of AR-10 (.308-cal.) muzzle products including muzzle breaks and sound suppressors. This rifle shows up with a conical flash hider put in and certainly will take 15- or 30-round magazines. MSRP: $1199