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Old 03-13-2013, 02:50 AM   #11
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I disagree with the collector value being non existent in the future. Watching videos on youtube people are hacking them up left and right. I have a hex receiver with matching numbers also.

Are the bayonets suppose to match? Mine doesn't the number stamped on the bayonet is 4 digits and the numbers on my rifle are 5 digits.

On later models that aren't hex receiver there is more of a chance of the numbers not matching or being electro penciled in since the were produced and used during war time. Mine doesn't have the refurbished mark. A square with a slash through it on the stock near the butt. I don't know if any of the hex receivers ended up with a refurb mark. I know quite a few of the round receivers did.
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Old 03-13-2013, 02:57 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by longunner View Post
Its in there it was the second pic. Theres four numbers that match right? Buttplate, magazine, bolt, and receiver right?
bayo?????? (the ten)
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matching numbers on mosins means yours came out of the russian rearsenal cosmoline storage at some point sold to an importer and either right in your hands or whomever you got it from has not messed with it.

war issued mosins arent chrome bolted and having one of those that was never arsenaled with correct parts is rare and worth more if in really good condition.

non arsenaled mosin snipers that have matching non arsenaled scopes and mounts are very very rare and run a very pretty penny.
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