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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by ARlover, Aug 20, 2013.
I'm thinking Russian
Lots of fun for the money and 7.62x54r is available and cheap.
Yeah that's why I'm getting one what the hex the round the Russian the izzulak or what ever
Matching serials:Bolt, breech,butt-plate, trigger assembly/mag.
M44- carbine length-8" shorter than the 48" long rifle, with
built in bayonet. (There are some clean Polish and Romanian
units to be found.)
Get a clean bore, the hex receivers are more valuable than the round.
Most come with a bayonet, sling, cleaning kit, and oiler.
For additional info, do a thread search, or go to 7.62X54R.com
I recommend the M44.
Love them! Have good ones in stock but no hexies. PM is ya need one cause we leave them off the general site.
Wow thank you
Heres mine before , just as it comes.
All I did was refinish the furniture and shoot it a lot.
Get it while they are still cheep.
Everyone needs a Mosin–Nagant !..............
Purchased mine rrom SharkCoast at a gun show. Good price and came with everything in Phideaux pics.
Not everyone,just those that like them.
I'll never own one.
Watch out they are like rabbits !!!
It's a good time to buy. The market is drying up and prices are rising. It may not be long before you can't get one.
Mosins are barrel-of-monkeys fun. Ammo is cheap, rifles are cheap. Just make sure you clean it properly after using the spam can corrosive ammo
As Mountainman said, they are drying up, prices are rising and are at $200 locally now, more than I would pay honestly.
I have a 1942 Tula 91/30 and love it, but it was only $108. If you have any interest in one jump on it now. Wish I had about 10 of those $100 SKS's...
How accurate is the 91/30? I saw one at big 5 and really wanted to buy one but right now i dont have the money it was 200$ are these rifles really worth buying? Whats so good about them? I know they are cheap powerful and historical but what else is good about it? What makes a 91/30 a p/u why are the p/u 91/30 so expensive? Is the mosin a necessity in a shtf situation?
JMHO, but the bird has pretty much flown, on cream of the crop,
at this point. I'm glad I got mine when I did.
Semi autos, like Veprs, in 7.62x54R, are starting to emerge.
The vintage SVT40s ans SVT38s are rising in popularity, too.
Sorry to hijack thread but....
Just found a Chinese mosin with the folding bayonet. $170. Bore is clean muzzle is good.