Get a Finn! Accurate as can be, rare, NOT cheap, but a keeper.
The 91/30 was a Soviet weapon. The Finnish during the Winter War (when USSR invaded Finland in November of 1939) captured 28,000 of these rifles. During the Continuation War (June 25, 1941-September 5, 1944), the quantity of rifles grew immensely. Finnish factories assembled 10,000 rifles as late as the 1960’s. These were in Finnish inventory as late as 1988.
Finn 39's are Russo-Finn War captures mostly, are Arsenal rebuilt, re-barreled with Sako or ValMet Barrels, rebuilt stock and fore-end and are a much handier rifle to use and carry. Kept for civil guard use, many appear here to be un-used.
I got mine from Burns Wholesale, Now Pat Burns http://www.gunsnammo.com/
It's the only Mosin I have left in my collection, the 91 would hit a minute of barn