Carbine with full stock to the muzzle---not a Mannlicher Schoenauer. (A custom short-actioned Mauser in 7x57 by Don Klein.)
A Mannlicher Schoenauer carbine with a full stock to the muzzle
A Mannlicher Schoenauer rifle without a full stock to the muzzle.
Kiplauf --- a break open single shot rifle. Above, a Merkel "Carpathianbusche" stocked to the muzzle.
Mannlicher Stock - An (incorrect) term often used to describe a Germanic-styled rifle with a stock extending all the way to the muzzle. The term came into use because the Steyr Mannlicher-Schoenauer rifles, often so styled, were the first exposure many Americans had to that configuration.
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