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I believe that the PMO number was put on there by the Brazilian government after capture.
I'm not sure what it means but I heard that these rifles were issued to police and other "non-military" units later on. It seems that the rebel rifles weren't the only ones marked with a PMO number, I saw a 1908/34 Brazilian on Gunbroker a while back that also had a PMO marking.
I have no idea about the long number above, my rifle only has the PMO #.
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