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    M91 cleaning rod help

    is the 3 piece cleaning rod for M91 the same as for M38 for buttstock storage. I have a Cavalry carbine with folding bayonet and no cleaning rod. All I have seen on websites advertisements are for the M38.

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    Ouch... don’t really know. But I’ll try to find out.
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    I'm saying this from memory and I haven't dealt with these cleaning rods for years but I believe they are the same. The cavalry carbine only has two sections while the 38 has three. I ensured all mine had the right type and amount and put them away and haven't pulled them out since.


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