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Article about: I'm a big fan of the FINN rifles. Also, because the russians refurbed about every 91/30 they had in the 50s-70s, some of the Fin captures are often more original than the once coming out of

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    I'm a big fan of the FINN rifles.
    Also, because the russians refurbed about every 91/30 they had in the 50s-70s, some of the Fin captures are often more original than the once coming out of the former soviet union. The vast majority of true dragoons that are still around are FIN captures. The soviets updated all theirs!

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    Yeah, I heard the Finns made them better after they were captured...do you know if this is true?Thanks,by the way!
    ~Dean

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    improved? well the models like yours are considered superior to a M91 or M91/30. They sometimes added triggers and non-jamming magazines.

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    Are the bayonets supposed to match? I thought that they weren't.
    Theoretically, yes, but they rarely do. Most of them got separated during Arsenal re-work post war.

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