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Old 01-16-2013, 04:11 AM   #1
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Have one of these in 6.5 carcano i love this gun i was wondering any other fans out there?



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Old 01-16-2013, 04:13 AM   #2
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I used to have a 6.5x55 Carcano carbine. It was made in 1917, and it served in Eastern Europe in WWI. Wasn't all too accurate, but that 165gr bullet would sure blow a coke bottle up at 100yds.

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I used to have a 6.5x55 Carcano carbine. It was made in 1917, and it served in Eastern Europe in WWI. Wasn't all too accurate, but that 165gr bullet would sure blow a coke bottle up at 100yds.
If you can hit a coke bottle at 100 yards, it's accurate enough!
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If you can hit a coke bottle at 100 yards, it's accurate enough!
If you took your time you could hit a 2 liter. But it was more of a "minute of man" rifle. Lol
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Where the hell is that at?????
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Where the hell is that at?????
Just north of mexico & south of canada
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