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Old 02-27-2010, 7:38 PM
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How about a Tula triple dated MO with three digi serial?
1939 -44 - 50
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This makes me sad. So I had to go get one to replace it.

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This makes me sad. So I had to go get one to replace it.

and a DDR mark as well!? Nice!
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Default Original Nagant 44 Tula Sniper

Heres mine. A 1944 Tula Nagant Sniper I just purchased from RGUNS. Hope you like.
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Heres mine. A 1944 Tula Nagant Sniper I just purchased from RGUNS. Hope you like.
That's a lot of cosmoline, have fun cleaning it all off
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Here is mine after the new stock and scope mount! and It is all completely reversible.....




And this is how she shoots at 50 yards!

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Heres mine. A 1944 Tula Nagant Sniper I just purchased from RGUNS. Hope you like.
very nice sniper, is the scope original or aftermarket?
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Heres my pe scope mounted 1936 hex it is not a original i pieced it together had fun doing it



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I think that for at least a day, I owned more Mosins than anyone on this board.



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My m28/30 that I paid $100 for a couple of weeks ago





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Hi:
Wow what a bunch of nice rifles.Here is my collection. My first real rifle is a Mosin Nagant that I bought at the Cow Palace back in 1996 and I still have it)



1.Sako thats been chopped to 22"
2.M-38 My newest rifle to my collection
3.Remington chopped to 24"
4.M-27 Finnish Tikka
5.M-39 Finnish Sako
6.M-39 Finnish Vkt
7.M-39 Finnish Sako
8.91/30 Russian beater rifle found at yard sale $35.00 I love
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9.Not a Mosin a Polish M48 trainer in 22 rimfire 24" barrel
10.M-44 Stock project with M-27 Action that action in # 3
stock was my very first Mosin 1996 at the Cow Palace in SF
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Here are 2 m44's.

above is m44 (bayonet locked away for safe keeping).

Below was an m44 with broken/wore stock, worn out bayonet with battered crown and wide bore (.313) and weighed 9.5lb. Now it is 7lb with 17" barrel and overall 34" (about the size of my buddy's Winchester 94). Barrel free floated and is bedded . . . soon as I load up some .313 ammo I check it out at the range.

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I wouldn't be so sure. Some people own a lot of Mosins here.
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I wouldn't be so sure. Some people own a lot of Mosins here.
But how many have received 40 on one day?
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But how many have received 40 on one day?
Most are more selective than that, true

I have heard of people buying crates of Mosins to pick the best one or two before.
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not a picture... but a video!
Very nice, that's where a Mosin belongs....
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What's not to like about these?
Although they were made by the 1,000s, they beat the crap out of the Germans, right?
They are works of art in my eyes.
Just my humble opinion....
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from left to right

Finn M91 Tikka 1927
Izhevsk M91/30 1942
Izhevsk M38 1943
Izhevsk M44 1945, shoots accurate. she's really the only one I shoot

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Here's a pic of an interesting stock repair on my 1946 m44.

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Here is my 91/30 I just got....not bad for $125.00. I just need a bi-pod for it.

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Heres mines: the one with scope has everything matching the buba one is a mut.

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Better cosmo than rust!
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A common nose repair--this, on a carbine stock:



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1939 Tula Ex Sniper
1940 Tula
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1943 Izhevsk M38
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After reading through McDonald v. Chicago, I came upon this theme, one I've been working on various boards with various weapons. Reading took two sittings, but photos are still being made... ;-)

This one is my shooter, a 1941 VKT m39.



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Mine's nothing special really. 1943 Izzy Round 91/30. This is probably one of the roughest rifles out there. It had a little pitting but it's not in too bad of shape. When the shellac wears off completely, I want to refinish it. This is the boom stick I want to free float and add mojo sights to. It's my only rifle.
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So many Mosins out there... I wonder if we could outfit a Soviet WWII era re-enactment division or two.
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We probably can.
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Had this rifle for about 6 or 7 years. It was converted in Ukraine I believe.
I installed adjustable trigger after I bough it, very light and smooth.
This is before I refinished it. I guess someone stole this pic and uses on their websites as I found recently, that's O.K it's Internet after all.



This is after. It was refinished with stain + several coats of Shellac.








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And this is how she shoots at 50 yards!

nice, i'm only hitting minute of man at 75yrds with my 91/30.... i think i flinch too much anticipating recoil... haha (standing unsupported)
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bought this Finnish M39 from empirearms a couple weeks ago and i'm very happy with it. the bolt and magazine floor plate match the receiver. it's bore is excellent with just the slightest hint of use. the 2 piece butt stock looks like it's coming apart, but it's not. the bottom piece is just a bit wider than the top. oh, and i call it "Miikka". a good Finnish name.




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Looks like I have another place to post all of my little beauties!

From left to right....

-Finnish P-27, blued bolt.
-1939 Tula M91/30. Refinished stock.
-1942 Izhevsk M91/30. Finnish capture with what appears to be a genuine WW2 Russian leather sling. It also has a blued bolt
-1933 Izhevsk M91/30, all parts matching including the bayonet. Russian refurb.
-1968 Finnish M39. Brand spanking new, hasn't even been fired yet.
-1943 Izhevsk M38 in an M44 stock, no parts matching. Refinished stock.
-1954 Romanian M44, my first Mosin and big(ger) bore rifle. I was eying the M44 for a full year in the Big 5 ads when I was 16 and they were 50 bucks. My brothers knew about it (I told them every week) and I got this rifle for Christmas.

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After reading through McDonald v. Chicago, I came upon this theme, one I've been working on various boards with various weapons. Reading took two sittings, but photos are still being made... ;-)

This one is my shooter, a 1941 VKT m39.



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nice picture. are you going through law school?
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1939 Tula M91/30. Refinished by bplvr.




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smog7 asked if I'm going through law school.

No, but I am an English teacher in the California Community College system. I use cases in my classes that I'm interested in, and I'm interested in McDonald and Heller, among many others. English teachers have a hard time reading stuff without writing stuff. So, as I was reading McDonald I had a weapon nearby and conceived of the pic. Since then I've used various forum-appropriate weapons to put pics like this on other boards. In this pic, the m39 rear site covers up the circled number 3 on the paper, indicating the third page of notes and quotes. The left hand numbers refer to the page on the .pdf where the quote was found or where the note refers.

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