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1939 Izhevsk 91/30

Article about: I picked this up a few months before I moved to New Mexico, I sold my Romanian M44 to get some extra cash for another rifle and ended up with this one. Not a big fan of the postwar stock tho

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    Default 1939 Izhevsk 91/30

    I picked this up a few months before I moved to New Mexico, I sold my Romanian M44 to get some extra cash for another rifle and ended up with this one. Not a big fan of the postwar stock though, but it's not warped so the barrel is free floated all the way to the chamber. It's all matching with no line-outs, it has some pre-1928 Tula parts as well. The bore is pretty much brand new with the exception of some minor pitting near the muzzle. In the bore picture, that's not rust you're seeing, it's the oil I put in for the move. If you guys want more pictures of the stamps on the chamber, let me know.

    George

    Also, anybody on here from the Albuquerque, NM area?
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    Nice Izzy. I love these rifles - so many different markings, years, etc. and the price is great, too. Is the mag plate re-stamped or double-stamped? You can see the 1 and some of the original numbers. It's a typical refurb but a beautiful rifle. Have you shot it?
    MarkV
    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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    Default Re: 1939 Izhevsk 91/30

    The floor plate was scrubbed and re-stamped, the original SN almost matches one of my Russian M44's serial number. I've shot it once, put about 40-50 rounds through it, they were a mix of Romanian and Russian from 1978. Can't remember the groups but it preferred the Romanian stuff. Once I get settled down I'll take it out again and see how it does at 200.

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