friend showed me his new mosin nagant 91 /30 asked if i knew anything about em OMG

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what a steal $119 bucks * -- a 1935 (low production year) hex style tula - with CN type style sniper markings--- which means it was checked and passed as "accurite enough for use as a sniper rifle" 1 3/8 moa or less 5 shot group fired from a a fixed "lead sled" --it on first look appears to have never had a pe type mount put on it (thus although passed as a sniper rifle) - it appears it was never drill or mounted with a pe type scope or any scope for whatever reason -- it also had a dual date the original 1935 / 48--- with MO * all in all its in great shape with a very sweet looking post war type stock --its been force matched numbers wize during its 1948 rebuild most likely .
 

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Amazing how some people find all the perfect deals when it comes to these things. I've got a few Mosin-Nagants that I paid what I assume is the going rate for them, and I'm going to be looking at a few Nagant M1895's this week-end.

1917 Tula M91 (Balkan) Mosin Nagant $150.00 (Hex receiver, barrel, receiver and stock all dated 1917 and Tula marked, 2012)
1927 Tikkakosk M91 built on a 1894 Izhevsk Receiver Stepped Barrel (Finnish, Boxed SA marked) Mosin Nagant $150.00 (Hex receiver, 2012)
1932 Izhevsk M91/30 Mosin Nagant $120.00 (Hex receiver, PM marked, all matching, 2012)
1939 Tula M91/30 Mosin Nagant $100.00 (Round receiver, all matching, 2011)
1943 Izhevsk M91/30 Mosin Nagant $100.00 (Round receiver, all matching, 2011)
1947 Izhevsk M44 Mosin Nagant $225.00 (Round receiver, non-refurbed, all matching, 2012)
1942 K Kale M38 Turkish Mauser $100.00 (2011)
 
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love that model 91 -- 1927 tikka (fin made) on the 1894 antique * russian reciever fin mosin nagants rock and are worth $$$ if in decent shape -($150 is a good deal on it all day long)- as well as the WW1 era (1917) balkan rifle bet it saw action in both world wars . * --(if in decent shape - $150 is a good buy) --all the $100 guns are good buys expecially the mauser seldom do you see mausers that cheap --unless they been dogged to death

i would have happily bought any of the guns on your list at the prices you stated.
 

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New to the Mil-Surp world bought my first one in Jan 2011 the Turk Mauser, then found the Mosin-Nagants in Mar 2011 bought two of them. Starting Jan 2012 been bringing one home a month almost it seems. Will have to get some pictures of them and upload them here. I love the been there done that look of the 2 91's, if they could talk the stories they would tell!
 

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i've got a 1947 Izhevsk M44 that isn't really worth much, but I LOVE to shoot it.. especially at dusk. :-) The fireball is INCREDIBLE.
 

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My 1947 Izhevsk M44 looks un-used, mirror bright bore, all matching SN's (not forced matching), all Izhevsk marked parts, non-refurbed, sitting in a nice blonde stock. It has a small import mark, not like the gaudy bill-board ones you see being done now. Haven't shot it yet!
 

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I have a few Mosins.. my rarest find a 1943 dated M44. Found at a Big 5, and bought for right around $100 ;)
 

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Just brought home a 1933 Tula M1895 Nagant, it's a refurb with all matching numbers. Just found some ammo for it online so I'll be ordering some so I can take it out for some target practice.
 

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