April 8th, 2017, 03:27 PM
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Kansas City, Kansas
They had what they called the M91/59 Carbine, which were M91/30's rifles that were converted to Model 38 carbine specs. Barrels were shorten. Alot of the later built M91/59 Carbines had the M44 carbine stocks.
The Czech's also made a version that is referred to as a M91/38 which were the older M91's (not 91/30) with the hex receivers.
The original Model 38 Carbine has "true" carbine sights that are graduated from 100-1000 meters. Unlike the M91/59 Carbine, which has filed down M91/30 rear sights.
You may have one of the M91/59 Carbines, instead of the Model 38 Carbine. The original M1938 carbine will have barrel date markings from 1938 to 1944.