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For all those who suffer from Mosinitis and overall addiction to mil-surp firearms. Admit your condition and the side affects (ie your collection). I'll go first, I got my first Mosin last February and hoping to add another soon, a 1938 Tula all-matching and a beautiful wood stock but refurbed. I also have a 1953 CZv52, 1944 Lee Enfield No4 Mk1, a 1943 National Postal Meter M1 Carbine, and a 1918 M1917 Eddystone sporter. Hoping to add a 1968 Vietnam bringback SKS and a CMP Garand.
 

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1939 Tula round receiver Mosin Nagant 91/30 and a 1937 Tula M1895 Nagant revolver to go with it. :eek:
 

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marc29th said:
Here's my mil-surp rifle collection
1903 Steyr M95/34 carbine
1944 Mosin-Nagant M44 carbine
1943 Mosin-Nagant M91/30
1912 Lee-Enfield No. 1 MK 3
1944 Lee-Enfield No. 4 MK 1
1954 Tula Arsenal SKS
Impressive!! Very nice!!
 

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From top to bottom...

1944 No4Mk1 Enfield
1941 Izhevesk Mosin Nagant
1943 M1 Carbine
1953 CZv52
1918 M1917 Eddystone sporter (was that way when purchased)

Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Wood Shotgun
 

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So far I've got:

Mas 49/56
Mosin 91/30
M91 Carcano
Yugo SKS

My favorite has to be my MAS. It's in perfect condition and I got a great price on it.
 

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1953 HRA M1 Garand
1944 Mauser Oberndorf Karabiner 98k
1949 Fazakerly Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1
1942 Tula Mosin Nagant M91/30

I also have a Norinco SKS that I'm putting back into original configuration.
 

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Be glad you dont have Ameri-rifle-itus, I found it to be a way worse disease, with much more expensive treatments......

That combined with my "Genetic defect" (See my sig..) will be the end of me for sure.... :( :( :(

:p
 

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Also I'll be picking up a Russian Makarov I have on layaway Friday when I get paid next.

I'm glad I like foreign guns my wallet couldn't take collecting US Mil-Surplus... I'd be forced to do things I would not be proud of :)
 

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My "Japs"
Koishikawa Type 38 Arisaka
Nagoya Type 38 Arisaka Carbine (With MUM)
Kokura Type 99 "Simplified" Rifle (With MUM)
* Half of a Type 2 "Paratrooper" Arisaka (Not pictured)

My Soviets (ok, ones Finnish :p )
1942 Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant PU
1941 Sako Mosin-Nagant M39 (Built from 1898 Tula)
1953 Izhevsk SKS

The "rest"
1933 Springfield M1903
1942 BSA Enfield No.I Mk.III*
(?) Steyr M95/34 "Stuzen" Carbine
 

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That SKS of mine is getting me addicted, too bad its about 10 years too late for cheap ones.

I swore I would never own an Arisaka, because of who used it. But I'm starting to come around to the fact that a gun is a tool and just that. Can't blame the tool. I probably still wouldnt buy one without the mum though.
 

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Trez said:
My "Japs"
Koishikawa Type 38 Arisaka
Nagoya Type 38 Arisaka Carbine (With MUM)
Kokura Type 99 "Simplified" Rifle (With MUM)
* Half of a Type 2 "Paratrooper" Arisaka (Not pictured)

My Soviets (ok, ones Finnish :p )
1942 Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant PU
1941 Sako Mosin-Nagant M39 (Built from 1898 Tula)
1953 Izhevsk SKS

The "rest"
1933 Springfield M1903
1942 BSA Enfield No.I Mk.III*
(?) Steyr M95/34 "Stuzen" Carbine
Ok I'm jealous, beautiful collection!
 
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