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  1. Mannlicher, Steyr & Blackpowder Cartridge Rifles
    My family has had a Dutch M95 Carbine for a while and I've wanted to identify it and buy a bayonet for it. It is marked "KAV" and so I suspect its a Calvary Carbine. Looking at A Quick and Dirty Guide: Dutch Mannlichers – Surplused it seems to be a KNIL one that had its left side sling loop...
  2. Mannlicher, Steyr & Blackpowder Cartridge Rifles
    So I'm looking to buy a Steyr m95 long rifle and it's in the old 8x50r instead of the newer 8x56r cartridge. I've looked everywhere and can't find any. I did find some people claiming that 8x50r Lebel and 8x50r Mannlicher are both compatible in the m95, but some people have also shot down that...
  3. Mannlicher, Steyr & Blackpowder Cartridge Rifles
    so about 1 year ago about a m95 long rifle in 8x50r. ive guessed its a late 1917 or 1918 production cause of the elm stock but im really not sure the place on the shank where the date would be has been lightly peened out. ive considered the possibility of it being a reparations rifle but i dont...
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