The M-1A1 Carbine, AKA the paratrooper model, complete w/folding stock. This is the only WW2 era weapon I own. Mine is an Inland, and it was appraised at $10,000.00 at a gun show a few years ago in New Orleans. My Dad bought it for $25.00 back in the early 70s when the Louisiana State Police was selling off it's WW2/Korean War era inventory to make room in the armory for the new fangled M-16s and AR-15s. They even had a number of Thompsons for sale, but they went quick. Inland, a division of General Motors was the sole manufacturer of the M-1A1s, so if you see any carbines with the folding stock without the Inland stamp on it, it was modified after the war. Folding stocks were sold with kits to modify regular M-1 Carbines. Out of the 6,121,309 M-1 Carbines (of all variations) manufactured during the war, only 140,000 were of the paratrooper types. As far as accessories, all I have is a magazine pouch that is mounted on the fold out stock. I also have about a dozen extra magazines and maybe 1,000 rounds of ball ammo, you know, just in case of a Zombie Apocalypse or something like that. All I need to complete my collection is the corresponding bayonet and scabbard. So far, the cheapest one I can find in reasonable good condition runs about $400.00 at the gun shows. That's a lot for a pig sticker. I'll keep looking.