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    Italian Carbine?

    I just obtained a 7.62 carbine with few markings. I has the crossed sword & axe in a bundle of sticks on the top of the receiver. all serial #s match, but no other markings. I'm assuming it to be Italianicon. Anyone know?
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    Spanish Nationalist if I'm not mistaken.

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