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Carcano Cavalry Carbines
Here we go, I am trying to end my confusion. Going from memory of the rifles in question. #1 - If the rifle has a trangular underfolding bayonet it is a cavalry carbine. And #2 - if it is marked 6.5 and has either a fixed sight or adjustable sight it is a cavalry carbine. And #3 - If these above are true, then the rifles are gain twist as they were cut from M91's??? It might be plain to some, but when I check some of the references, it makes my head swim. I was looking for a reference that shows a picture and all pertinent info right there, especially the gain twist rifling as that bugs me out. Where do I need to look?