|Action||Rotation Bolt||Barrel Length||33.2″|
|Magazine||4-rnds charger fed||Weight||9 lb|
Once, long ago, the new nation of Italy adopted their first rifle from the Swiss’ revolutionary repeating bolt action. Sadly, they omitted the repeating part. In 1887 they finally corrected this mistake.
For those of you who may not know, we’re in the middle of an Anatomy Project in an attempt to put together a heck of a book. It will cover the major eight powers of WWII and we’ve already released the first batch of rifles. Well now it’s time for phase two: pistols. We’ve already provided the country summaries in the previous link so let’s get right to it.
This Carcano Q&D was our first and since that time we’ve settled into a standard ratio so that all the Q&D images scale with each other. We’ve also gone for a much cleaner white background. So for this Monday’s project I took the time to reintegrate this old project. If you’ve read it before, I apologize for the repeat.