I've asked my local gunsmith to keep an eye out for Italian Carcano rifles for me. He found one for me today that is so cheap that I may not be able to pass it up.
He is unable to send me pictures, but he described the rifle to me.
This is what he told me:
It's a carbine. It fires 6.5mm.
The receiver is marked GARDONE, BERETTA. 1932/ XI (XI for the Fascist's 11th yr in power...?) A6298. The stock has a FAT cartouche.
It has a bayonet lug and cleaning rod.
It has an adjustable rear sight that has a portion of the wooden foregrip cut out so it'll fit when fully lowered.
The muzzle is marked: "Z, BO" (Z and a square, B and a circle).
I believe it to be a 91/28 carbine. I'll check it out today, take pictures and maybe bring it home.