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The Austrian M.95 Mannlicher cleaned up and slicked up and turned into a terrific seven pound chunk of time worn, blued steel and oil soaked walnut. With so many conflicting and unsubstantiated pieces of information on the internet relative to the M.95’s origins, I decided to pick up a copy of Scarlata’s Mannlicher Military Rifles….

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