"ITALIAN BERETTA VV70 TRAINER. SN C5978. Cal. 22. Rare Italian single shot training rifle that appears to have been altered from an old Vetterli rifle with 17-1/2" tapered rnd bbl, barleycorn front sight and tiny squirrel ear rear sight. Chamber area is marked "1937-XV" with "BERETTA/GARDONE" on top flat, serial number on left top flat and "BREVETTO/1934" on left side flat. Mounted in a light, 1-pc walnut stock with short upper handguard and sgl band with a wire cleaning rod in forestock. It has the Vetterli style trigger guard and a sheet metal cover over the old magazine hole. Left side of buttstock has the Beretta cartouche and it has a smooth steel buttplate and sling swivels. This is an interesting Italian training rifle and seldom encountered in the U.S. CONDITION: Very fine with matching numbered bolt. Metal retains most of its orig blue turning plum on bolt. Wood is sound with minor nicks & dings and retains what is probably an old restored oil finish. Mechanics are fine, strong bore, frosty in grooves. 4-31823 (1,250-1,500)"
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