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    Italian carcano M91 marking

    Anyone know what this marking mean? Could not find anything around about it.
    Its on a 1918 Terni uncut M91 rifle with the refurb stamp dated to 1919 in Rome factory

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    You sir have a Greek captured M91 Carcano. The 'E' and three dots is common Greek markings. Caliber may still be 6.5x52 or it could also be 6.5x54 (the Greeks converted many Carcanos to 6.5x54 to match their Mannlicher M1903s).

    Very cool find!

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    Good thing i checked here before shooting, no way i would have suspected a caliber change. Ill chamber cast to be sure. Thank you sir


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