Carcano 6.5 X 52mm Mannlicher-

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Location (State):
Georgia (GA)

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9 Years 7 Months
WINNER: E********o
HIGH BID: $86.01
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Auction: 8048734

Manufacturer:   Carcano
NRA Grade:
Very Good
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Auction Start:
(June 15, 2007 13:00:00 PT)
Auction Ended:
(June 25, 2007 13:00:00 PT)

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Guns For Sale - Carcano -- 6.5 X 52mm Mannlicher-

Hello folks you are looking at a gun my Dad owned . It has steel fixed sights. The wood shows handling marks but no splits are gouges. It is a solid old gun that we use to shoot when he was living. The bluing is faded to about 75%. There may be a little serfuce rust but there is no pitting. The Carcano is yet another WWII veteran introduced to American shooters by returning G.I.s. First adopted in 1891, the 6.5X52mm Mannlicher-Carnano family of rifles represents the oldest and most outdated weapons carried into the war by any major power. Designed at the Italian Government Arsenal at Turin, the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle was loaded with a six round clip that stayed in the magazine until fallen out the bottom when the last round was chambered. Carcanos use a split-bridge receiver, which makes scope mounting somewhat awkard. One interesting feature of the 6.5mm Carcano rifles was the use of a gain twist. This method of rifling starts off with an extremly slow( 1 X 19.25") pitch near the chamber, which grudally becomes quite fast(1X8.25") toward the muzzle. Thats for looking at my auction and good luck bidding if you so desire, Bill.

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Payment is required within ten days of end of auction. Must be shipped to a FFl license holder for tranfer. Shipping is the autually cost to get it to your tranfer agent. So I need the address as soon as possible as to get your final price.
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Questions for Users
    Q:  What is barrel length? What is condition of bore and rifling? 06/17/2007
        A:  The barrel lenght is 26 inches the rifling looks great but it good use a brush ran throught the bore. Mostly shiny. Thanks Bill. 06/17/2007
    Q:  do you have any clips or brass to go with it? Thanks 06/17/2007
        A:  I am still going throught hi sthings that where packed away. I have not found any clips and very little brass maybe 6 or 7 rounds. And some of them are bent to badly to use to reload. 06/17/2007
    Q:  Will you mail it (via U.S. Postal) to the FFL? Thanks again 06/17/2007
        A:  As far as I know I can ship it that way. As long as it goes to a FFL holder. 06/17/2007