Tangent w/V notch graduated from 300-1000 M; leaf turned over for battle sight.
Muzzle velocity: Remarks:
First of Italian rifles chambered for 7.35mm cartridge, bolt handle bent. Some have knife-type folding bayonet which can be carried folded on rifle or removed
7.35mm version of M1891 carbine, has permanently attached folding bayonet, bolt handle bent
7.35mm version of M1891/ 24 carbine, uses knife-type bayonet, bolt handle bent
Basically the same as the Rifle M1891 except for length and rear sight
Caliber: Overall length: Barrel length: Feed device:
Muzzle velocilv: Remarks:
6-round in line non-detachable box magazine
6.5mm version of 7.35mm Rifle Mi938. made after beginning of World War II
(»-round in line non-detachable box magazine
6 5mm version of 7.35mm Carbine M1938, made after beginning of World War II
Carbine M1938 TS
fi-iound in line non-detachable box magazine
6.5mm version of 7.35mm Carbine M1938 TS, made after beginning of World War II
Notes: 1. All the pre*World War II 6.5mm weapons have right-hand gain twist (progressive) 19.25 to 8.25; 7.35mm weapons have constant right-hand 10-inch twist. 2. All weapons use 6-round Mannlicher type clips. 3. Some of the Model 1938 weapons were made in 7.92x57mm Mauser for the Germans during World War II. 4. Caliber is marked on sight base of all 1938 series weapons.
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