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Old 06-04-2009, 12:31 AM   #1
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this mosin is a 1937 tula. bought 3 recently. one to re fin and 2 to keep origional for my 2 boys. this is a fun cannon to shoot.

also just done a coustom camo job on a .45cva muzzeloader. got this gun for $49 new when wal-marts here was clearencing and phasing out guns. it is 4 years old. got a lil rust on barrel from being in truch in case. so some krylon fusion and a little artistic work. be invisable to the deer now.

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Old 06-04-2009, 12:42 AM   #2
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Do you think the Russki soldier that carried this rifle in the war ever thought it would look like this?


Very nice!

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Great job mosin man!

We need to encourage more members to consider undertaking this type of project!

How about a little bolt jeweling next?

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thanks. ya its just a little work but far more fun. and you get to shoot the finished products too.

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Most excellent work.

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