I picked up a Model 1936 at a local gun show this past weekend and I really do not know much about them! I was hoping that some one out there might have some experience with them and may shed some light on this particular model. I know that it was a continuation of the Model 93 and they were only made for a short time (1936 & 1937), but that is about it. This one appears to be an early production gun, as it seems to have some of the features of the model 93 as to barrel markings and caliber marking and it does not seem to total reflect the more common barrel marking, nor serial number marking as described in Brophy's book. I have included a group of photos and would appreciate any comments and opinions at to what exactly it is? I am guessing that the butt stock sling attachment is not original to the gun, and that some or all of the plugged holes in the top of the are not original to the rifle. Can the butt plate be original? It is in nice shape with some of the original case color still evident. Any thoughts??