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    Scotti rifle

    For trials in the 1930 (about 1936 to 1938) some P. 14 rifles were modified to Scotti rifles. The only photo I could find. was this. For my book about the P 14 rifles I am lokking for more and better photos from this rifle. Can annyone help?
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    The Scotti used the barrel, receiver(maybe) and bayonet mount from the M91 Carcano and was in 6.5mm Carcano caliber. I don't believe it had anything to do with the P14 Enfield if that is the P14 you're referencing. For those not familiar, The Scotti was a rifle submitted for testing when the Italians were looking for a semi-auto after The Great War. Tom

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    The Scotti system also was made for the Mauser rifle. That is the reason that they also made it for trials with the P 14. The rifle on the photo was testet in Great Britainicon (and tlater in the Aberdeen Proving Ground).


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