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Carcano Model Identification

8 hours ago Personal.stevens.edu Show details

Richard Hobbs uses the following approach: Following Italian parlance, he distinguishes (only) two basic models for the Carcano, designated by the years in which the model was introduced: Modello 91 (M91) in 1891 and the Modello 38 (M38) in 1938. The crucial distinction between both models is the intended caliber for which the gun was chambered

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Milsurps Knowledge Library 1941 Model 1891/41 Carcano

9 hours ago Milsurps.com Show details

The M1891/41 rifle was only manufactured at two arsenals, R.E. Terni (aka Terni, FAT) from 1941 to 1945 and Armaguerra Cremona from 1941 to 1944. Collector's Comments and Feedback: 1. Most of the Carcano 1891/41 rifles encountered on the surplus market today were imported to North America in the 1960's.

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A Quick and Dirty Guide: Carcano Rifle Models – Surplused

3 hours ago Surplused.com Show details

Weight. 8.44 lbs. Sights. 300 meters and adjustable 600-2,000. Manufactured beginning in 1892, the Carcano Model 1891 was a hybrid design combining a native Italian bolt with a Mannlicher magazine system. Gain twist rifling was used to extend the barrel life of this and all subsequent Carcano rifles until the Model 1938.

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Carcano Model 1941 M41 Rifle REF Liberty Tree Collectors

8 hours ago Libertytreecollectors.com Show details

Carcano Model 1941 M41 Rifle REF. Italian Military Carcano Model 1941 Rifle. The principal Italian rifle of WW2. Very good overall condition with likely post war arsenal refurbishment. Stock and hand guard are sound and even toned in color. Metal finish is blued with wear to the sharp edges, and thinning on the muzzle area and magazine.

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Carcano 1941 Parts Numrich Gun Parts

6 hours ago Gunpartscorp.com Show details

Manufacturers Carcano 1941. Carcano 1941. Parts List. Sort by: Show Available. 0 Schematic w/ Parts List Carcano 1891, 38, 91/38, 91TS Schematic W/ Parts List. Product #: PDF0041 Part Key: 0. $1.50. Add to cart. Add to My Saved Parts. Eligible for FREE shipping * 1 Bolt, Stripped

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Collecting and Shooting the Italian MannlicherCarcano 91

2 hours ago Thisoldrifle.com Show details

CZ Model 52 Pistol: Luger P.08 Pistol: m1895 Nagant Pistol: Nambu Type 14: Pistole 38 (P.38) Tokarev TT-33 Pistol: Rifle Sections: AK-47: Argentine 1891 Rifle: Argentine 1909 Carbine: Arisaka Type 38: Arisaka Type 99: Carcano Model 38: Carcano Model 1891/41: CETME: Civil Guard, M1916: CZ BRNO 98/22: CZ BRNO Vz24: Egyptian Hakim: Enfield No. 4

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carcanopage1 Carbines for Collectors

1 hours ago Carbinesforcollectors.com Show details

The Carcano and Israel by Dan Reynolds. Prior to the British withdrawal from Palestine in 1948 Jewish agents were combing Europe for rifles. They were buying anything they could find. A deal was struck for 8mm Carcano carbines and they were stored on an airfield in …

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Need help identifying Carcano 91/41

7 hours ago Milsurps.com Show details

1st rifle in H block made in 1941. A through K blocks produced in 1941. Need help identifying the model of a modified Carcano rifle. By Jauthatdude in forum Italian Rifles Last Post: 05-07-2018, 09:08 PM. Need help identifying carcano. By Graysone24 in forum Italian Rifles Replies: 9 Last Post: 08-03-2016, 03:04 PM. Carcano M38 7.35.

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Carcano Model 1941 Identification CMP Forums

8 hours ago Forums.thecmp.org Show details

Posts: 1,113. The adjustable rear sight, straight bolt handle, and long barrel would indicate that your rifle is an older version of the Mannlicher Carcano. The Model 1941 was shorter, had a bent bolt handle and a fixed rear sight. 6.5mm was the standard caliber, but the Italians also had a 7.35mm cartridge designed for the same rifle.

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Original Manuals – Forgotten Weapons

2 hours ago Forgottenweapons.com Show details

FN Model 49 Operator’s Manual (English) (1950) Prototype FN FAL manual (English) FN-FAL Operator’s Manual (English) FAMAS F1 manual (English) FAMAS F1 manual (French) (1942) M1A1 Carbine Base Shop Data (English) (1958) Winchester 224 E2 rifle manual (English) (1965) H&R T223 rifle manual (English) Stoner 63 System sales brochure (English)

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Small Arms of WWI Primer 030: Italian Carcano Model 1891

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Othais and Mae delve into the story of this WWI classic. Complete with history, function, and live fire demonstration.C&Rsenal presents its WWI Primer serie

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Model 1891/41 Carcano Rifle ImageEvent

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View of the M1891/41 Carcano infantry rifle, a charger of 6.5x52mm Carcano ammunition and the issue M1891 bayonet and frog. 2. Left side view. 3. Serial number stamped into butt over older (same) serial number. this stock was retained during refurbishment. Original Terni cartouche is just visible.

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Italian Carcano Model 1941 Rifle calber 6.5 carcano YouTube

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An over view of the italian model 1941 Rifle. An over view of the italian model 1941 Rifle.

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R E Terni 6.5 cal (1940)

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The 6.5x52 cartridge is a good cartridge but it was designed in a time when rifles limited in strength of the action. Therefore it is a medium pressure round and should not be loaded in the Italian rifles up to levels of the 6.5x55 and similiar rounds. Hornady makes a 160 grain bullet that is .268" and that is the correct bullet for your rifle.

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Carcano.org: About the Carcano Italian Rifle

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The rifle was created by Lt. Colonel Salvatore Carcano. A Colonel Paravicino controlled Italy’s procurement of arms between 1890 and 1891 and is responsible for the design changes for the “Modelo 1891”. The rifle was vigorously used by the Italian Army as the “Carcano Modello 1891”. When it comes to service, this rifle did an amazing job.

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Handbook: CARCANO RIFLE & CARBINE – International Military

3 hours ago Ima-usa.com Show details

Newly Printed Item: Handbook ID #32. Soft cover, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 in., 36 pp, over 40 photos & line drawings. Published in 2009, ISBN 978-0-949749-94-9. Many Carcano rifles & carbines have been sold surplus around the world and are owned by shooters and collectors. A great manual on the history, operation and maintenance, with exploded parts drawings and recommended references.

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Surplus Carcano Model 91 TS Rifle 6.5x52mm Used Surplus

9 hours ago Palmettostatearmory.com Show details

These Carcano M91 TS Carbine Rifles, chambered in 6.5x52mm are original rifles from the Italian Carabinieri and have been in storage for the past 50 years. The M91 TS was built to a carbine, and are designed to be a smaller frame than other bolt action rifles in the time period. The result is a carbine which is quick and accurate.

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Italian M91 Carcano Cavalry Carbine 17.5" Barrel 6.5

8 hours ago Classicfirearms.com Show details

Adopted in 1893, the M91 Carcano Cavalry Carbine was the smaller variant of the standard-issue 1891 infantry rifle. This model was much shorter and lighter than the original, which made it more maneuverable on the battlefield, particularly for light cavalry units. This model also featured the spike bayonet, gave cavalrymen an additional back-up if they were not using their sabers. Like the

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Model 1891/41 Carcano Rifle imageevent.com

1 hours ago Imageevent.com Show details

Top view of the Carcano split-bridge receiver. 31 Inspection stamp in stock wood. 32 Terni cartouche on the underside of the forestock. 33 Note the similarity to the K98k sling. 34 Buttstock sling slot. 35 Note the stitching pattern on the Italian sling and lack of rivets. This is an uncommon original Italian M1891/41 sling, not a copy. 36 Feed

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carcano identification Military History Forum

1 hours ago Militarian.com Show details

I also own a 1918,1923 with mag cutoff and oval striker head, 1942, 1943 SMLE 1 Mk111*; 1 Savage made SMLE No.4 1942; No.4 1941, No.4 with heavy barrel ex sniper rifle made 1944; 1 No.5 "Jungle Carbine" Fazakerly 1945; Mauser Model 1896 that saw service in the Boer War according to its serial number but its bore is badly worn and is non

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Carcano Gun Parts Numrich Gun Parts

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Contact Us. Numrich Gun Parts Corporation 226 Williams Ln. Kingston, NY 12401 Phone: 866.686.7424

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Carcano Homepage: Italian Military Rifle s and Carbine s

7 hours ago The-puzzle-palace.com Show details

Statement of Purpose This set of WWW pages is dedicated to the Carcano, the main Italian military longarms system from its initial design in 1891 (the ministerial adoption followed in 1892) to the end of World War II and and even longer. The project has been undertaken in order to provide a concentrated online reference to the Carcano, and to dispell a lot of erroneous and non-fact-based

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Italian Carcano Model 1941 Infantry M41, Sling, NonImport

9 hours ago Gunauction.com Show details

Our Assessment: This Italian Carcano is a Model 1941 Infantry Rifle chambered in 6.5x52mm. It has had its metal and wood refinished but has some finish issued on the metal. The metal should clean up a bit with some TLC. This rifle should add to a Carcano or WWII collection. Here are some basics from page 196 of Joe Puleo’s book, Bolt Action

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Carcano Rifle & Carbines Handbook Takedown Manual: Ian

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World War Supply Italian Carcano Sling. 4.6 out of 5 stars 35. $28.99 $ 28. 99. 7.62mmR Mosin Nagant Handbook. Skennerton & Riling (Author) 4.5 out of 5 stars 361. Paperback. $8.95 $ 8. 95. The Model 1891 Carcano Rifle: A Detailed Developmental and Production History (0) Giovanni Chegia.

Reviews: 83
Format: Paperback
Author: Ian Skennerton

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Carcano Bolt Action Rifles

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APEX Gun Parts is your source for hard to find gun parts, parts kits, and accessories. We specialize in all military surplus weapons from AK-47s, AR-15s, Mausers, CETME, Enfields, UZIs, and much more! We set ourselves apart by supplying unique parts at a good value and standing by our products by offering outstanding customer service.

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The M1938 Carcano Bayonet

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The M1938 Carcano Bayonet. by Dennis D. Ottobre ©2019. Although most books identify only 4 variants the Italian M1938 Carcano bayonet it is actually found in 5 distinct variants. The first 3 are purpose built with folding blades and 2 other variants exist with fixed blades.

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Carcano.org: Carcano Identification

4 hours ago Carcano.org Show details

Carcano identification. Having been in production for so long and serving both World Wars, the Carcano has gone through a great many changes. Clear identification can be time consuming but there are clear indicators to guide you.

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Italian Carcano Model 1938 Short M38 Carbine, NonImport

9 hours ago Gunauction.com Show details

Our Assessment: This Italian Carcano is a Model 1938 Short Rifle chambered in 7.35x53mm. Prior to 1938 Italian Carcanos were chambered in 6.5x52mm. The 7.35x53mm variation lasted until 1940 when the Italian switched back to 6.5x52mm.

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Carcano manufacture date modello 91 (m91) in 1891 and

9 hours ago Milovatuljon.com Show details

The Lake City Ammunition Plant was one of the very first small arms plants run by the Army Very good condition WWII Italian Model 1941 Carcano rifle in 6.5 x 52mm caliber that is marked FAT 42 on the barrel for manufacture by Terni Arsenal in 1942. Rifle is NOT import marked and has matching serial numbers on the barrel and stock.

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Carcano Rifle Series of the Regio Esercito Comando Supremo

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Carcano 1941 Infantry Rifle for sale GunsAmerica

9 hours ago Gunsamerica.com Show details

Action/Type: Bolt action rifle; Make: Carcano; Model: 1941 Infantry; Caliber: 6.5x52; Barrel: 27”; Stock: Military wood; Condition: Shows some handling marks but is in nice shape overall. Details, Etc: Many markings/stamps are present on the rifle metal as well as the stock. Bent bolt handle.

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WWII ITALIAN MODEL 1941 CARCANO RIFLEMATCHING …

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Excellent condition WWII Italian Model 1941 Carcano rifle in 6.5 x 52mm caliber that has the Terni Arsenal crown marking on the barrel. Rifle is not dated, but the “BE” serial number prefix indicating manufacture in 1943. Rifle is NOT import or “MADE IN ITALY” marked, and is a vet bringback with a duffle cut in the forend under the rear

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World War II Weapons: The Italian Carcano rifle

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A Carcano was used in the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. Carcano Model 189138 short rifle (Fucile di Fanteria) with a 4-power Ordnance Optics scope used by Lee Harvey Oswald to assassinate John F. Kennedy. Carcano is an official designation in Italian is simply Modello 1891, or M91 ("il novantuno").

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Italian Carcano Model 1891 Carbine Assembly/Disassembly

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Clean and maintain your Italian Carcano Model 1891 Carbine – yourself. This Centerfire Rifles Assembly/Disassembly download makes it simple, thanks to author J.B. Wood’s expertise, step-by-step instructions and crisp photography.

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Carcano Modello 1891 (M91) Military Factory

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The Carcano Modello 1891 (Model 1891) was the standard Italian Army service rifle of both World Wars. The design emerged from an endeavor born from work conducted by Italian Army Colonel Paravicino - in charge of arms procurement - and Salvatore Carcano - then Chief Inspector at Real Fabricca d'Armi in Turin - between 1890 and 1891.

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Carcano Rifle Parts, Buy Carcano Rifle Parts Online

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Carcano Wikipedia

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Carcano is the frequently used name for a series of Italian bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating military rifles and carbines.Introduced in 1891, this rifle was chambered for the rimless 6.5×52mm Carcano round (Cartuccia Modello 1895).It was developed by the chief technician Salvatore Carcano at the Turin Army Arsenal in 1890, and was originally called the Modello (model) 91 or simply M91.

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Vintage Gun Parts Italian Carcano

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Vintage Italian Carcano Mod 1891 Military Rifle Front Barrel Band & Bayonet Lug. This is a fantastic original Carcano Model 1891 Part. This Carcano Part is the front barrel band and the bayonet lug. The part is in excellent condition and comes with original screw. Vintage Italian Carcano Model

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M38 Carcano: Best Bolt Rifle of World War Two? – Forgotten

8 hours ago Forgottenweapons.com Show details

The Carcano M38 reloading ergonomics are far better using the Mannlicher clips than the T38. When the clips are gone, the M38 becomes a single shot rifle. I suspect that the Italian designers attached the bayonet to the barrel to make the rifle into a single shot lance without the Mannlicher clips.

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Terni Carcano Serial Numbers coolhfiles

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The Carcano clip accommodated either the 6.5mm Carcano or the 7.35mm Carcano cartridge. Without a clip, the rifle can only be used as a single-shot arm. This was a severe handicap if clips were lost or unavailable. Carcano arms were produced in Italy by the Italian Small Arms Arsenal at Terni, and at the National Arms Factory in Brescia.

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The 6.5 x 52 mm Italian Carcano M91/38 boltaction rifle

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Carcano is the frequently used name for a series of Italian bolt-action military rifles. Introduced in 1891, this rifle was chambered for the newly-developed rimless 6.5x52mm Mannlicher-Carcano cartridge. It was developed by the chief technician Salvatore Carcano at the Turin Army Arsenal in 1890 and called the Model 91 (M91). Successively

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Carcano products for sale eBay

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WW2 Italian Carcano Model 38/42 FOLDING Dagger/Bayonet and Scabbard . $349.95. $12.93 shipping. WW2 Italian Carcano Rifle Bayonet. $100.00. 1 bid. $14.65 shipping. Ending Oct 18 at 5:58PM PDT 3d 1h. 1 WWII CARCANO M-91/38 OR CAVALRY 91 FOLDING BAYONET FRONT BAND #C155. $67.00. Free shipping.

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Amazon.com: The Model 1891 Carcano Rifle: A Detailed

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This is what the Carcano collector, or student of Italian rifles, has been waiting for. Every model is covered with basic background history and minute details of the weapons. As an added bonus, various accessories, such as bayonets, ammunition, cartridge boxes, and the grenade launcher are illustrated.

Reviews: 53
Format: Hardcover
Author: Giovanni Chegia, Alberto Simonelli

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Deactivated Italian Carcano RealGun.com

9 hours ago Real-gun.com Show details

Deactivated 1942 dated Italian Carcano Model 1941: Deactivated WW2 1942 Italian Carcano M1941 bolt action rifle: Another excellent 1942 dated Carcano M1941 rifle in really good condition, all original with various markings on the butt, the bolt is welded solid for some reason - I blame the deactivator, comes complete with deactivation certificate.

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Last Of The Mannlicher Systems GUNS Magazine

8 hours ago Gunsmagazine.com Show details

Technically my Italian Carcano is a “short rifle” Model 91/41. Like just about every American shooter my age I grew up despising Carcanos. The oft-visited Army Surplus store of my youth there in West Virginia prior to 1968 had a barrel full of junky looking Carcano carbines priced at $6.95.

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MannlicherCarcano M1891 – WW2 Weapons

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Parade of Italian troops with Mannlicher-Carcano rifles. This basic Italian army rifle was developed at the Turin Army Arsenal in 1890 and the names given to it tend to be a little misleading. In fact the only Mannlicher feature of the weapon is the magazine, using a 6-round clip; the only feature attributable to Carcano is the safety catch; while General Parravicino’s name appears to have

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Carcano Gun Parts for sale eBay

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2pk Brass 6.5x52 7.35x51 Italian Carcano M91 1891 M38 Rifle Enbloc Charging Clip. $45.00. $4.99 shipping. or Best Offer.

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When did the Italian Carcano rifle come out?

Carcano is the frequently used name for a series of Italian bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating military rifles and carbines. Introduced in 1891, this rifle was chambered for the rimless 6.5×52mm Carcano cartridge (Cartuccia Modello 1895).

What kind of sight does an Italian Carcano use?

This is a fantastic original Italian Carcano rifle Sight. This Carcano Model 38 Rear Sight is in good condition! This sight is for a 6.5 caliber rifle. This is a fantastic original Carcano Model 1891 Part. This Carcano Part is the front barrel band and the bayonet lug.

Is the M91 Carcano a standard issue rifle?

This model also featured the spike bayonet, gave cavalrymen an additional back-up if they were not using their sabers. Like the earlier models, the cavalry rifles are also chambered in 6.5X52mm or "6.5 Carcano" and feed from a 6 round En Bloc clip. Functionally, these were the same as the standard-issue infantry rifles but more compact.

Who was responsible for the design of the Carcano rifle?

A Colonel Paravicino controlled Italy’s procurement of arms between 1890 and 1891 and is responsible for the design changes for the “Modelo 1891”. The rifle was vigorously used by the Italian Army as the “Carcano Modello 1891”.

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