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    I can’t figure out how to edit my post to fix my...

    I can’t figure out how to edit my post to fix my auto correct mistakes, but FARE stands for Fabbrica d’Armi Regio Esercito, or Royal Army Arms Factory.
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    Mostly for my own entertainment and education, I...

    Mostly for my own entertainment and education, I decided to examine the markings picture by picture and note my observations. Take my notes as somewhat educated speculation and not the definitive...
  3. Thread: Axis Arms Carcano

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    J&G are the people who got me hooked on this...

    J&G are the people who got me hooked on this Carcano addiction with a nice looking Cavalry Carbine last year. I have acquired a number of more “valuable” Carcanos since, but that luck of the draw...
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    It looks like it began life as a 1891 Fucile (M91...

    It looks like it began life as a 1891 Fucile (M91 Long Rifle) but was cut down at some point to make a typical “sporter”. It is missing the nose piece/bayonet lug and cleaning rod, as well as the...
  5. Thread: Axis Arms Carcano

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    I have had good luck dealing with Axis Arms. I...

    I have had good luck dealing with Axis Arms. I think they are better than most at describing what you’ll receive. Very few of the PW Arms imports were beauty queens. Dinged stocks were almost...
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    Based on the year and nose cap, Id say you have a M91TSM (M91/28) that was likely made as a M91TS in 1917 with the longer nose cap, the bayonet stop near the front site, and side sling loops, and...
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