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    M38 Carcano 7.35MM Short Rifle Terni - Found

    Also found this M38 Carcano 7.35MM Short Rifle Terni rifle in the same batch with the 1903 Springfield and Styer For $149.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Sporterized, steer clear.
    Thanks, I have never seen one

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    I have two. One is as issued. The other I am restoring it may take the rest of my life. Bought it and a stock to go with it cheap last summer. Turns out the stock is what is considered a very early one. Handguard and front band will be almost impossible to fine. No middle barrel band on this one. I modified a standard front band for it and have it in the stock. Looks finished but it isn't. If I were smart, I'd sell the rare stock to some other sucker and get a normal one but I never said I was smart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    I never said I was smart
    Seems to be a common trait with all of us here. I have a lot of project rifles, so much I sigh every time I open my safe - I keep finding rifles that "need my help" I even have a boatload of parts I can't sell because I don't know if I will need them for one of my projects.

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    I figured I'd post a photo of my early production rifle but realized I haven't taken a new photo of it since I fixed up the front band and bayonet lug for it. This is what the stock looks like at least so you can see the difference.




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