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Steyr-Mannlicher m1895 Carbine

The Steyr-Mannlicher m1895 Carbine, a cut down version of the original m1895 rifle when the rifle was rechambered from the 8x50Rmm cartridge to use the 8x56Rmm.  Based upon the straight pull bolt of the Steyr Mannlicher, designed by Ferdinand Ritter Von Mannlicher (known for the introduction of the first successful clip fed rifle).

During WWII used by German police, reserve, and other non-frontline troops. When Austria adopted the German 8mm Mauser cartridge in 1940, many were redesigned for this round.

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