I had never
seen a Greek M1903 MS rifle or carbine in any shape in my 5 years of gun
show hopping. So, when I saw this one I jumped on it at the price of $125
at an OGCA show
The wood is in decent shape, though
with the expected scuffs and nicks of years of use. It was made by Breda
(Italy) in 1927.
There is some pitting on the
receiver as you can see below. The extractor is also missing, and there is
some minor pitting on the trigger guard and mag floorplate. A search for
extractors is coming up empty so I may need to fashion one.
The rotary magazine is unique for a