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The Karabinek KP-32 was a prototype of a bolt action repeating carbine. Designed in 1932 by Józef Maroszek as his academic thesis at the Faculty of Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology, it was a thorough modification of the Karabinek wz. 1929 carbine, itself based on the German Mauser rifle.

Several prototypes were constructed by the Państwowa Fabryka Karabinów works in Warsaw. The Polish Army initially ordered 66 pieces for testing, but eventually dismissed the design and the project was scrapped.

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