This was the standard Italian rifle in both world wars. It was one of the first rifles to have such a small caliber. It was a bolt-action rifle, with fixed center loader, with 6 rounds in a clip. The Mod.91/38 was derived from the Mod.91 and had a shortened barrel with a 7.35 mm caliber, with fixed 500m aim, and a moveable bayonet.
In all Mod.91 rifle types were: Fucile 91 – Moschetto 91 – Moschetto per T.S. – Moschetto 91/24 – Fucile 91/41 – Fucile 91/38 – Moschetto 91/38 – and the Special Forces Moschetto 91/38 Breda speciale (only a prototype).
|Total Length||1285 mm|
|Barrel Length||780 mm|
|Bayonet Length||414 mm|
|Max Rate of Fire||12 Rounds Per Minute|
|Ave Rate of Fire||6 Rounds Per Minute|
|Max Range||2000 Meters|
|Effective Range||300 Meters Magazine|
|Magazine||6 Round Clip|