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    Pics of 1916 Terni M91.

    Picked this M91 up at a firearm auction two weeks ago for $100. It was described as 'poorly kept'. In fact, it's one of the nicest M91 long rifles I've owned. Total pleasure to shoot. I am kinda curious about the rather deep stamp on the right side of the butt stock. Is this something anyone has seen before? Enjoy the pics!

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    It's not the nicest I've seen but it doesn't look "poorly kept" by any means. Real bargain for $100. Wish I could find one like that as I'm still looking. I have not seen any deep stamps like that but I will check in my book later today to see if they show anything. I don't have time this morning.

    The last one I've seen coincidentally was the nicest I've seen. Guy wanted almost $500 for it too.

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    Kinda looks like worm damage not a stamp to me, dunno...

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    I looked. Didn't find anything remotely close to that deep indentation.

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    nice rifle! I don't think it is a factory proof. Probably something added by a soldier or something like that.

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