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1939 terni carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by pipboy, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. pipboy

    pipboy Well-Known Member

    just recently came into a RE 1939 terni 7.35 mk 17 bolt action appears to be missing clip but i may still find it in my grandmothers house....so how about a little history and background lesson please??? Gun is in perfect condition minues the missing clip and sling...and possibly bayonet????
  2. Dave Markowitz

    Dave Markowitz Well-Known Member

    It's an Italian M91/38 Carcano carbine. Terni is the arsenal where it was made.

    More info here.
  3. mustanger98

    mustanger98 Well-Known Member

    That Carcano... that's a Mauser type bolt and a Manlicher (sp?) type clip/magazine set-up. IIRC, it's a 6rd en bloc and that falls out the bottom after the last round is chambered.
  4. Zullo74

    Zullo74 member

    More info on Carcano Rifles


    Here's a link to the most complete Carcano info on the net........


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