Note the inspection stamp on the root of the bolt. Carcano bolts are generally not numbered to the rifle after about 1915 or so.
Markings found on this K98k style Italian sling which copied the German design. Note that "Corso" is sling in Italian. The meaning of the markings is unknown.
"Hurrah for the 21st military instructions course (class). S.A. are the initials of the soldier" (feedback by Claudio)
Note the Terni marking on the buttplate tang.
Note the Terni proof on the receiver ring.
Top view of the Carcano split-bridge receiver.
Inspection stamp in stock wood.
Terni cartouche on the underside of the forestock.
Note the similarity to the K98k sling.
Buttstock sling slot.
Note the stitching pattern on the Italian sling and lack of rivets. This is an uncommon original Italian M1891/41 sling, not a copy.
Bolt locking lugs.
Bolt face. Note the recessed circular channel to aid in gas channelling if a case ruptures.
Inspection stamp at root of bolt handle.
Cocking piece markings - unsure which subcontrctor this is.
Crown proof on bolt handle. It is believed this is a firing proof.
Note the late pattern exrtactor that does not bisect the locking lug.
The M1891 bayonet mounted on the rifle.