New .30 Carbine Caliber Motor Patrol Pistol

MKS Supply, Inc., Dayton, OH, November, 2017– Inland Manufacturing, makers of the Inland series of M1Carbines, debuts its new .30 Carbine caliber compact pistol.

Just one cool looking pistol.

Inland’s new M30-I.M.P. (Inland Motor Patrol pistol) is a compact version of Inland’s popular full size .30 Carbine caliber firearms. The M30-IMP is fitted into a special Inland/Sage aluminum pistol chassis with Ergo Sure Grip pistol grip and will accept any ATF approved arm brace that utilizes a standard AR style pistol buffer tube.

The 71/2-inch barrel is threaded (1/2×28 tpi) and comes with a thread protector. Each M30-IMP is shipped with one 10-round magazine and, like all Inland .30 Carbine firearms the magazine catch fits higher-capacity military and civilian magazines (See note below).

“These new features combine to make the Inland M30-IMP Motor Patrol Pistol a fun, efficient, compact, robust, intimidating looking and accurate handgun suited for personal defense. The inland M30-IMP is legally defined as a handgun making it an excellent choice for carry in a vehicle.”–Charles Brown, MKS Supply, LLC, president.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Barrel: 71/2- inch threaded muzzle (½-inch x 28 tpi) with protector
  • Chassis: Inland/Sage MIL-SPEC black anodized aluminum chassis.
  • Caliber: .30 Carbine
  • Sight: M1 Carbine style, with adjustable ghost ring aperture rear sight.
  • Overall length: 16-inches
  • Weight: 41/2 pounds
  • Capacity: One 10-round magazine with each pistol.
  • MSRP: $1399

NOTE: Owners should check with local and state laws regarding legality of handgun magazine capacity larger than 10 rounds.

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