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Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by bigbuddy21, Sep 20, 2009.
ok guys and gals, let get your mosin-nagants listed here.
i'll start 1944 izzy m44
1935 tula 91/30
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
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.
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.
I got a sporterized 91-30 that doesn't like to eject brass after about 20 rounds.
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.
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!!!
yeah...I figure I gotta hit the breach with some bore brite or something,
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.
I'm getting a M91/30 very soon. Can't wait. Its a 43 Izhevsk I think. I'm not sure.
Do you read the titles of threads before you post? This is the 3rd thread you've posted in where what you post has absolutely NOTHING to do with the discussion at hand or the title of the thread?
I wasn't before, but I am now!
No problem pal, just remember that people enjoy reading pertinent information, not post counts...
Dumbest post I've ever seen...
Got a '43 M91/30 and a '44 M44 Both of them triangled arrow.
you're like what, 12 years old?
1929 Hex receiver. Very accurate.Very cheap.($99)
I had a 1950's version made in Poland. Awesome workmanship (I also had a earlier russian m44 kinda rough craftmanship) It had a side mounted scope and was a tack driver. I gave it to my uncle as a gift. He loves it! Excellent moose rifle and tough as nails.
91/30 1933 Hex receiver, Izhevsk
91/30 1942 Round receiver, Tula
Mosin Nagant Rifle Model Identification Guide
I have a 1943 Izhevsk.