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Old 10-14-2012, 12:14 AM   #11
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Very nice! Congrats, they are a 'blast'. Lol


Here's mine:
I have three mosin's.

1929 Izhevsk Hex reciever 91/30. I refinished the stock, all #'s match, real nice rifle

1953 Hungarian M-44. Flawless rifle, great shooter. One of the nicest Ive seen in person.

91/59 Made on a 1942 Izhevsk rifle. Laminated stock.

Three good variations of a cool rifle. Enjoy shooting it. I love shooting mine.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:39 AM   #12
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Since no one else has put it up:


7.62x54r.net

Best resource for ALL things Mosin info including a picture guide to markings

http://7.62x54r.net/MosinID/MosinMarks.htm

Have fun! Lol

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Im pretty sure its a Izhevsk Russian, 1940. All serial numbers are matching too. Thanks for the post Centurian.

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I love these things too. Mine is a (originally 1903 ishvesk) Finnish Sako M1891. WW1 German Capture. It has Tzarist, (Pre-nazi) German markings, Finnish Markings, and Communist markings. It surprisingly has all-matching parts! It is in fantastic shape as well. I sadly had to repair, and refinish the stock though, but it turned out really nicely!

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Im pretty sure its a Izhevsk Russian, 1940. All serial numbers are matching too. Thanks for the post Centurian.
You're very welcome. Have you identified if its original matched or 'forced match'. Original usually has the letter and numbers on bolt, if just the numbers it is more likely a 'forced match' from being re-arsenaled.
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Deffinitally all original, there was like 5 to pick from in the shop, I had a good feeling about that one are Russians desiresble? I know their the ones thay started making em but w the war I figured quality check wasn't up to par.

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I'm interested in getting one of these rifles as well. I was wondering, is it a good idea to buy online or not? I found a few on this site among others but I really wouldn't want to get burned with a piece of junk. Maybe some of you know a reliable place to buy online?

http://www.jgsales.com/rifles-c-209_261.html

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http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/411550945/Mosin+Nagant+M9130+7.62x54R+Laminated+Stock+Very+G ood+Condition

I've always had good luck with Bud's...better hurry, this time last year they were $109.00...
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I'm interested in getting one of these rifles as well. I was wondering, is it a good idea to buy online or not? I found a few on this site among others but I really wouldn't want to get burned with a piece of junk. Maybe some of you know a reliable place to buy online?

http://www.jgsales.com/rifles-c-209_261.html
I simply wouldn't buy a mosin online, even if they are reputible. There still could be that one piece of crap on the crate they got stuck with. If I'm buying used or mil-surplus, I'm buying in person.
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I get my surplus from southern Ohio guns

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