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Thread: HOT!! Russian M1891/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle 7.62x54R - Just In!

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    CGN Regular Lt_Data's Avatar
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    Laminate stock, post war furniture. Very nice those laminates, I've got one and it's really nicer in real life.

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    I got one if these with laminate stocks years ago. Very good milling all over, and has brass barrel band caps.

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    Bloody hell since when were mosins so much?

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    I've had six- Couple Polish 44's, M39 Fin and 3 war time 91/30's. All with good bores- shot cast bullets in them all. Wartime Russians shot very well. Unfortunately (or fortunately for me) the Russians were 125 bucks a piece when I was buying. Should have picked up a sniper as well. Great cast bullet shooters in my opinion. Very similar to 303 Br to reload. Bore condition and size are the determining factors in accuracy.

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    I've seen Finnish models at that point, but not the Russians.
    I'm happy with my 1934 hexagonal receiver rifle, the old hardwood stock is a bit beat up, but she's a keeper.
    Maybe I'll try and scrounge and get another with one of those lovely laminated stocks.

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