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M1891/30 Mosin Nagant

Article about: This is my M1891/30 Mosin Nagant, one of the arsenal ones from Ryton I think, very nice weapon in very good condition

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    Cheers for that Mark, a added bonus BTW mate you have eyes like an hawk

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    Not a hawk at my age - it's the reading glasses assist that does it.

    Many PU snipers were decommissioned after WWII and returned to basic infantry configuration. You'll hear some people say it was because they were no longer accurate due to the bore being shot out, but that's been disproven time and again. You will find original snipers with a variety of bore condition just as you will with ex-snipers. My restored '42 Izhevsk ex-sniper is more accurate than my original '43 Tula. It's a tack driver and my favorite match rifle.

    Look on the right side of the stick for a square with a diagonal line - that was the refurb mark used on many stocks. It may also be on your M44.

    You've got a nice collection going!!! Congratulations!
    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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    Cheers for the info Mark, I will have a look

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    Mark, there are two marks on the right side of the wood work and what looks like a number two on the left
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