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Was on an auction sight and for the first time got a real glimpse of the accuracy mark (i.e., the crossed cannons) on a Carcano M91/38 Calvary Carbine (see below pic). Link is also here:

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=81999794

Frankly, it surprised me that this matching carbine with accuracy mark topped out at just $159. Stock is a bit worn and bluing thin but otherwise seems very nice. My highest bid was $150 but now I feel like I should have gone higher! (sound of kicking myself in pants)

How much of a premium would you pay for an accuracy mark? I'm guessing that because the seller didn't put it in the auction text, and just labeled it inside the pic, it was unsearchable and therefore not a lot of people found it.

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Auctions can be a real guessing game; good stuff goes low, junk goes high.

I think you are right, probably not many noticed the mark the way it was described and shown.
 
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