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#26 - captfuckhead (12/13/2013) [-]
How do I know this? Well, I just so happen to own a Carcano M38 'Fusil Corto', dated 1941, out of the Terni factory. Yes, it's a very similar design, but the main difference being that the clips used in the Carcano are much shorter lengthwise, and hold 6 rounds instead of 5. It's an interesting little rifle, fun to shoot, as well....and pisses off everyone because they claim they're a weak design(they aren't), inaccurate(wrong again), and I like to call mine 'The Kennedy Special'.
Pic Related, that's my rifle....some asshole cut the bayonet lug off of it before I got it.
#101 - captfuckhead (12/13/2013) [-]
Honestly, I collect the old war rifles for their historical significance. While I lack the funds to afford more pristine examples, I'm not above buying poor little rifles like that, and over time restoring them to their former glory. Right now I also have an Enfield No. 5 "Jungle Carbine" that some asshole just absolutely butchered. Took off the flash hider/bayonet lug, replaced the front sight, cut up the rear sight, chopped up the furniture on, and covered the poor girl with enough black paint to completely wreck all the important markings.
#196 - captfuckhead (12/14/2013) [-]
Still kicking myself over this. I had the chance, AND the money at one point to buy an ENTIRE CASE of Nuggets.
20 rifles, $2,000, in the original OD Green shipping crate, with the manifest that has each rifle held within listed. The only reason I didn't was I wasn't entirely sure how I'd get a casket-sized crate home, or what the police would say should I get pulled over.
#104 - captfuckhead (12/13/2013) [-]
Thank you for the clarification. I know almost all of the WWII rifles from sight alone....but it's safe to say that the Chinese, with their....we shall say 'unique' designs, it's a bit more complicated than one might want. Those guys rechambered Broomhandle Mausers into .45 Auto afterall....not exactly the safest of cross-chamberings.
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