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It is a refinished Model 91/24 carbine. They are tough variants to find, but the refinishing hurts its value. I would say maybe $100? Tough to say though.
 

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Thank you. As for it being refinished I could not say. My father bought it back in 1988 at a gun shop in Alabama. All of the markings are very crisp but the stock sure is shiny.
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It is a refinished Model 91/24 carbine. They are tough variants to find, but the refinishing hurts its value.
They are commonly found. Numbers were imported only recently by Century (around 2003/2004). Objectively, they are less common than the Moschetti per Cavalleria and the normal Moschetti TS, and it is understandable if one would thus regard them as more desirable, but "tough to find" is really something different.

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