This is my pseudo-military trainer - the Norinco JW-14. It functions fine and shoots accurately with the Federal Champion brick ammo.
Some say it looks like the M1 carbine, but I think it looks more like a G43. Nice plinker at the range.
I love the .22 cal military "look-alike" rifles and carbines. In the last two years, I have managed to collect a few of them. I purchased the ERMA EM1 carbine about a year ago for around $200. The M1 Carbine clone is very light/short, functions well and shoots fairly accurate out to 50 yards. It is my son's favorite .22.
I think there is another version of this carbine imported by Iver Johnson?
ASquare, nice work, I assume its a single shot and I dont see the lug that fixes the conversion into the chamber,when you extract a spent ctdge, does the conversion stay in place??I have placed below pics of my Numrich vintage conversion, that the firm sold in the 60's=Also my 1903 with the Numrich 22 conversion installed and a Unertl 20x scope-
yes thank you , single shot and it remains in place , i like yours very much , nice to know there are others that shoot 22s from these , i cant say how neet it is to feel the service rifle and shoot the cheep 22 cal on the short range which is generaly less full ,
as long as we are posting psudos - my 67-69 M16 converted to 22 cal
M16 upper , ceinar conversion , DPMS lower with retro M16 stock and grip ,