|Rifle||Italian Vetterli M70/87/15||Manufacturers||Various|
|Action||Rotation Bolt||Barrel Length||33.2″|
|Magazine||6 rounds||Weight||9 lbs|
Material shortages plagued the Italian military through two world wars and a number of colonial campaigns. In desperation, their first rifle as a country ended up serving with soldiers and conscripts until at least 1941. The following article will be a little light, as it has been dashed together in order to counter an incorrect designation by Les Gold of Hardcore Pawn on Good Afternoon America. Please forgive our brevity. We’ll readdress this rifle with more information when we’ve learned more ourselves about the Vetterli M70/87/15.