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Old 10-14-2009, 11:41 PM
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Here's my new M44 (Big 5 Special)

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And After the refinish:





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A couple more..





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The refinish ruined it.
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Just picked up my 91/30 today at big5 . got it during sale. big fan of vintage firearms, and this being my first vintage one i'm pretty excited. chose this one of three, all numbers matching, good condition.
finished cleaning it, bore shiny and rifling good, got all that greasy cosmoline off everything. overall i'm very happy and cant wait to shoot it!!!


will put up better pics later!!
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Old 10-27-2009, 10:03 AM
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One of the first 50,000 M44 carbines, made in 1943 for field testing before full production:


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Cross fingers either I'll be hung upside down and burned or people might just like the mods
More Picture of the Mosin Nagants





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yuck....

to much wood

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Nice rifles though
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Here are the girls! Up top is a 1942 izzy round receiver and on bottom is a 1934 tula hex, both 91/30's
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I'll be getting one of those next.
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Hey! It's Mosin-Nagant pictures thread. What your SKS is doing here ;-D
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Some Finns:



My Frakenmosin, assembled from parts. Ishevsk barrel, Polish low wall receiver, and a parts mix of every single arsenal:



This is my Bubba job, and the link below will take you to the confessional:



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http://www.surplusrifleforum.com/vie...lit=I+am+Bubba

for those of you who don't go to the confessional thread, I made it out of a cut down barreled receiver I got for I think 5 bucks at a gun show in Chico. It is one of those projects where you spend $200 to get a $100 rifle you can sell for $80. Doesn't get much better. :-)

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andddd it's done! here it is at the range

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nicely done, how does it shoot MOA wise?
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no real idea yet, i didn't have enough time to zero it. but it looked like it was grouping about 3-4 inches at 50 yards with the glass not tightly mounted (my bad)... just took it out real quick so girlfriend could shoot it.
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Let me know how it shoots at 100... mine patterns terribly
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Nice, Looks like a Dragoon to me. If you ever want to sell it look me up.-g

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Let me know how it shoots at 100... mine patterns terribly
i'm sure it's not going to be all that great. after all, it was a 1943 battle made m44 and was made to just get the job done.. vs. shooting dimes all day.
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Heres my $89 Big 5 special. When I picked it up it had this red stuff all over the stock and gunk all over the barrel.

Before.




Heres after tearing the rifle down and cleaning the stock with thinner and scotchbrite and cleaning all the metal bits. No sanding all the original markings and dents are still there. Then 4 coats of Satin clear coat on the stock.

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very nice it turned out very well!
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Nice, Looks like a Dragoon to me. If you ever want to sell it look me up.-g
It's not really a Dragoon it's basically a Finn version of M91. A Dragoon is more like M91/30.





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jms, does your rifle's total length measure 48-3/4" or 51-1/4" ?
If 51 1/4" your correct on the M91.
Besides the SA mark, what gives it away to me as a Finn capture is the globe front sight has been swapped out for a blade sight.
I have a 1932 with identical markings (minus serial) that measures 51 1/4". But my bluing is worn to metal and counterbored. The importer also mistakenly
marked it 91/30.
Nice rifle you have there. -g
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How about a Tula triple dated MO with three digi serial?
1939 -44 - 50
Thank you fellow CalGunner. -g
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It's definitely a Finn Capture Dragoon, stock being 2 piece splice and SA mark. Length wise is just like 91/30 and the only difference is the rear sight (Dragoon give away). As far as front sight, globe sight is a 91/30 model, Dragoon still have a blade sight type just like the M91.
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Unfired Yugo.

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OOHHHHH KAY..... i just got back from the range and it's pretty dialed in... i'm grouping 2.5-3 inches from 50 yards and like 5 inches at 100... here's a pic of 100 yards (please excuse the ghetto painters tape). not bad for a war rifle and some grass root gunsmithing on my part.

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All you need now is an authentic PU Scope/base to have an authentic PU sniper.

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Hi everybody
I have two mn91/30 PU sniper replicas I want to sell, one is a garage job 1942 izhevsk and the other is a very well done ukranian make 1932 izhevsk hex. Anybody interested in buying either? or both
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^^^ wrong section
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I have this Polish stuff.




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The newest member to the family
1934 izzy m91/30 hex reciever

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Just got my bolt back from being worked on. Had it modified to the original PU sniper config.







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91/30 with repro pu scope
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1935 Tula PE "Cn" marked, 1942 Izzy PU, 1936 Tula, 1938 Tula

1935 PE and 1942 PU. Both are reworked ex-snipers
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