Thread: Value of rifle
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Old January 4, 2013, 04:20 PM   #6
tahunua001
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well I have come up blank, no references to a breech loading rifle that fits your description any markings. if the 1966 is a date then that suggests a reproduction but in the condition was probably buried to make it age more and turn it into a fake antique rifle. if the 1966 is a serial number then it is probably a very old(pre 20th century) breech loader. my best guess would be italian.
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