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Old 09-20-2009, 04:15 AM   #1
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ok guys and gals, let get your mosin-nagants listed here.
i'll start 1944 izzy m44
1935 tula 91/30

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Old 09-20-2009, 05:16 AM   #2
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I have a 1931 91/30 hex reciever Tula in excellent condition, It only has 1 number that does'nt match and that being that strip of metal at the bottom of the magazine, the rest match.
It's has'nt been rearsenald that I can tell.

bigbuddy great idea you have here, wished I thought of it LOL...A.H

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1944 91/30

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I've got a Mosin Nagant for sale...

I sporterized it by replacing the wood stock with the ATI Monte Carlo stock, and I mounted a long eye relief scope on it.

It still hasn't been fired.

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I no longer have them, but I had a M38 and a 91/59. I made the M38 into a scout rifle and left the 91/59 stock. I preferred the 91/59 of the two for accuracy. It was a very clean and accurate example.

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I got a sporterized 91-30 that doesn't like to eject brass after about 20 rounds.

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I believe I have a tula 91/30 from 1943, if that is possible.

There are so many markings on the reciever I think someone got punch happy with it. Any ways its a round reciever, with a star.

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To Scrapper:
Have you removed the comstock from it yet? If you lived in Texas you could leave it out in the sun for a day during the summer and that takes care of it!!!

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yeah...I figure I gotta hit the breach with some bore brite or something,

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I've got a '44 M44 in great shape and a '33 91/30 hex receiver with lots of battle scars. Both Izhevsk arsenal and numbers matching.

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