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The 1892 Swedish Trials carbine is 8x58R Danish. Far as I can remember the rifles are, too.
And they don't have a barrel jacket. The cocking piece does not lend itself to mounting a peep sight.

6.5x53R is the Dutch and Romanian caliber for the 1895 rifle models. They didn't have barrel jackets, either, but they are a split bridge Mannlicher action with a protruding 5 rd inline magazine.

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