Aimsurplus.com has Mosins on sale for $99http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?groupid=826&name=Russian%20(MOLOT)%20 1891/30%20B-GRADE%207.6254R%20Mosins
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Really tempting... I worry the days of $79 Mosins are long gone...
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Another can of ammo or new gun.......
Sort of funny, when the spam can is worth more than the rifle.
I'm also considering if I may want a couple 91/30s in the event
they could be used for a couple of future projects. OTOH, they
could wind up rusting up, in my shed, for the next 25 years.
I inspected a lot of Mosin nagants before I bought one locally. The odds of getting a rifle that I would be happy with online would be close to 1 in 100. If I need to carry a 2x4 to cycle the action $99 is no bargain.
for the price they do look like something to look into further.
Add shipping and FFL fees and you are looking at $130-145 total
I can get them for $129. + tax locally and get to inspect first. I turn down 2/3 I look at due to bore and stock condition. So good luck hope you get a keeper
I presently have two and have had as many as six at one time. I also had a Remington produced model 1917 Mosin Nagant that I gave to my son.
Mosin Nagant's are available at most gun shows, local gun auctions and LGS's and IMO to buy on-line is not the way to go. Prices average from $125 to $150 in my area.
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