.30-40 caliber, 22" barrel, S/N 260196. Walnut stock. Filipinos were not comfortable with full-length rifles. After the turn of the century, a number of M1899 Krag carbines, along with a few M1898 carbines, were altered for Constabulary use by the fitting them with cut-down M 1898 Krag rifle stocks equipped with sling swivels and bayonet lugs. The ends of the larger diameter carbine barrels were latheturned down in order to permit the use of the standard bayonet. These modified Krag carbines resembled miniature rifles, and are typically known today as Philippine Constabulary Rifles.
**Requires C&R or FFL