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7.35x52mm Carcano cal., similar to 1891, except turned down bolt handle, 21 in. barrel and folding bayonet.
7.92x57mm or 8x57mm cal., gas operated, 25.1 in. barrel with muzzle brake, cocking the bolt is done by sliding the top cover forward, then pulling it back, manual safety is located in rear of receiver, 10 shot detachable box mag., can also be reloaded using stripper clips, adj. rear sight, hardwood stock, 9.7 lbs. Approx. 70,000 mfg. circa 1950s-1960s, with Swedish machinery.
.243 Win. (disc.), .260 Rem., .308 Win., or 7mm-08 Rem. cal., CNC machined action, #1 Forbes custom contour profile 21 in. alloy or stainless steel barrel, Sporter type crown, 3 shot internal mag., Timney adj. trigger, no sights, two-position safety, Carbon fiber Kevlar straight comb stock with integral cheek rest, Hunter Green, Coyote Brown, Charcoal Gray, or 8 camo finishes, right or left-hand, approx. 4 3/4 lbs. New 2011.
6.5x52mm Carcano cal., integrated 6 shot mag. that forms front part of trigger guard housing, 18 (carbine) or 31 (rifle) in. barrel, straight bolt handle, adj. sight, military stock, carbine has either folding or detachable bayonet, mfg. in Italian Govt. Arsenals, located in Terni, Brescia, Torre Annuziata, and Torino circa 1891-1918. Approx. 3.5-4 million mfg.
.270 Win., .280 Rem., .30-06, .300 Win. Mag., .338 Win. Mag., .375 H&H, or 7mm Rem. Mag. cal., 23.6 in. barrel, composite black synthetic stock with integral bedding block, Mauser 98 action with controlled round feeding, 3-position safety, ergonomic bolt handle, 3 or 4 shot detachable box mag., adj. trigger, black satin metal finish, mfg. in the U.S., 8 lbs. Mfg. 1997-2002.