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Old 01-15-2011, 01:08 AM   #11
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I have bought from AIM in the past and had pretty good luck

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Get them before they're gone!

I did pay the $10 Hand Pick up charge.
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Three should arrive Tuesday. Right after I bought them a SOLD OUT sign went up on the Aim sight, the next day the sign was gone.

Thanks for the nudge I needed to buy them.

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Get them before they're gone!

I did pay the $10 Hand Pick up charge.
That stock on the 91/30 is superb. The hand pick is well worth the 10 bucks.
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Got my Mosins today, I'm not disappointed. They all have shiney bores with strong rifling and minimal dings on one, two small gouges on one and the third one looks unissued. I've got some cleaning to do, the goo is dripping off them. My FFL dealer only charges $10 a rifle to take delivery and do the 4473. I think it might be a special rate for rifle club members. Beats the he11 out of the $80 Goose Mountain for 1 rifle.

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It reminds me of when SKS's were $88.00 in the early 90's, and no one was buying them...

I bought one, and it is still one of my favorites even today.

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I've dealt with AIM quite a bit. My last Mosin came from them and I couldn't have been more satisfied. Bore was a bit dark, but I did the electro-clean on it and it looks strong. Rifling was sharp, with a bit of rough at the chamber, but heck, it was a battle rifle that shot corrosive primers. Go for it.
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It reminds me of when SKS's were $88.00 in the early 90's, and no one was buying them...

I bought one, and it is still one of my favorites even today.
I seriously remember passing over a SKS when i picked out my Marlin model 60 .22.
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I have 2 Hex and 1 Nagant from Aim, they look like they came new in the box. I've purchased a bunch of stuff from AIM and their customer service is outstanding. I will always check with them first when looking for anything.

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So this may be a dumb question but me and my father are trying to buy two 91/30 mosins from aim surplus. We are both have foid cards but do we need anything else to make a purchase from them?

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