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My Carcano Moschetto Mod. 91/28

Article about: by Walkwolf Sounds like your gunshop found you a rather rare gem.........! Regardless, I really like it - it's in such fabulous condtion ! Did you find out from the site which bayonet to use

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    Very nice clean example.
    Cheers.
    Nuno

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    Quote by lithgow View Post
    Excellent example you have there-now all you need the bayo!
    I have a cut down version without scabbard/ frog, but the bugger refuses to fit on there!

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    Doesn't fit...

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    What part doesn't fit?

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    The part that mates with the bayonet lug. It goes on maybe 1/4 of the way and then just stops and doesn't go on any further...

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    I forgot to add that I picked up six of these enblock clips (4 brass, 2 steel) for a dollar each, and 60rnds of ammo. I am ready to shoot!

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    Quote by GIZMO8Z View Post
    The part that mates with the bayonet lug. It goes on maybe 1/4 of the way and then just stops and doesn't go on any further...
    Time to do some kitchen gunsmith work. Get the infamous Dremel tool out

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    Time to do some kitchen gunsmith work. Get the infamous Dremel tool out
    No thanks!

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    I just learned more about my rifle, so I thought I'd share. I posted pics and info on a forum dedicated to the Carcano. A well informed member of that forum said:

    The FAT cartouche ( refurb for export) on the stock is remarkable & not often seen.

    The en bloc clips that you have from 1924 and 1939 are rare. How they survived this long is a mystery. They were meant to be disposable. After shot #6, they fell from the rifle and were quickly replaced by another clip.

    The "K" stamping on your rifle represents the steel vendor and it's one you just never see. In this case, K is for Kaldno, Czech Republic. Italy used a lot of ordnance and steel from the works at Skoda. There was also a foundry at Kladno. That was the Poldi steel foundry which is shown on Carcano rifles as PO. Yours is the only one I've ever seen.

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    Sounds like your gunshop found you a rather rare gem.........!

    Regardless, I really like it - it's in such fabulous condtion !
    Did you find out from the site which bayonet to use ?
    Regards,


    Steve.

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