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    Beretta Carcano

    The last Carcano I purchased was a Beretta mfg. 6.5, S/N UE 899. I think that is the S/N. Anyone may feel free to correct me. It is decidedly not original. It has a very nice monte carlo stock, and very nice finish on the barrel/action. I found it at a gun show, and I am not such a purist that I would refuse to buy it for 125.00, nor tear it apart to put an original stock on it. I have simply admired it for the beautiful little gun that it is.
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    Pictures would be nice. I'm not a huge fan of sporterized rifles but they don't upset me either.


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