NO RESERVE! Attention Bidders: I'll be out of State from 2/4-2/7. I'll reply to the succesfull bidder early on 2/8. This Rifle is an Italian Model 91/41 chambered in 6.5x52 cal. which was the successor to the earlier Model 38. After 1940 the Italians re-introduced the 6.5x52 and mfg. it in the long rifle confiruration which this represents. This paticular example was Mfg. in Terni in 1942. The bore on this rifle is in excellent condition being bright with no rust or pitting. All of the mechanics appear to be in perfect working order. These guns take a clip which holds the ammo in the receiver housing and upon fireing the last round the clip falls out of the bottom of the magazine well. The wood has been lightly sanded as the photos show. I see no chips, splits or cracks. The wood is original to the gun as the numbers in the stock match the serial number. This gun qualifies for C&R transfer, HOWEVER: Please check your local laws before bidding as some States have restrictions. Thanks for looking.
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