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Just the echo of the war-Mosin rifle, untouched

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    Enjoy this nice relic gun, saved as a monument of the forgotten battles. Vyasma, Smolensk county
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    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Wow nice nagant that is awsome pic thanks for showing.

    Eric
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    Very cool.

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    Awesome pic you got there. Thumbs up.

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    offtop: That is not a Nagant- this is the Mosin rifle. It is a kind of a Western fashion distribution, born in the cold war era. But really there is nothing used from a Nagant. Or any opinions aout this
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    offtop: That is not a Nagant- this is the Mosin rifle. It is a kind of a Western fashion distribution, born in the cold war era. But really there is nothing used from a Nagant. Or any opinions aout this
    Was this rifle not designed by two men named Nagant and Mosin, hence the name? I was never aware that there were two different kinds. I can see the hex receiver on this one, which makes it an early one, most likely an M91/30.

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    Looks pretty much like a Mosin-Nagant rifle to me.

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    Mosin and Nagant had som dispute over the patent. Long story. ObKrieger is right. It's an early model of some kind. One can also see a sort of "latch" in the bottom of the fixed magazine. Close to the trigger guard. It is not on all models it is so visible. My guess on a model: Mosin Nagant Model 1891/30

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    Mosin has produced his rifle being a deployee of a Imperial Russian Weaponary Workshop. The system in his magazine design, was called in the 50's that it was a Nagant design. But there was a two differences- Nagant work for business- Mosin for Motherland. Even that- the Nagant;s magazine was the same as a revolver's drum, and there is nothing similar with those models. Just a normative- when the Imperial Russia was bought the license for revolvers, as they done before- S&W and Nagant, the rest of the world has ben called all the soviet weapon as a "copycat"
    The same for Kalashnikov, TT and Makarov, even the last called systems as a TT and Makarov is a real Browning and Walter copy
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    That's a cracking picture!!! i really pleased you got an in-ground shot before removing it

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