Hello all, been a little while. I had a quick question. I have a mle 1916 berthier long rifle that does not have an "n" stamp on the receiver to note the rechambering to allow for the 1932N machine gun cartridge. My question is more of a historical one. I was just wondering where these unconverted rifles would have been during the retooling? I know Poland and Greece got some after ww2 and wouldn't have been converted, but would the Berthier rifles in the French colonies, such as Morocco etc. have missed the conversion? The main reason I ask is that, for collector purposes I would prefer to have a berthier that the French or her colonies would have potentially "used" during ww2 (even though I know the likelihood of actual combat use is unlikely), and as the N stamp is not present, it's fairly safe to say that my rifle was no longer in French mainland at that time. Just curious if colonial troops would have had unconverted rifles. Any insight is helpful. Thanks!