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    Great pic, I love the token camoflage, never seen the AA mounting before for a 1910, cheers.

    Reg

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    Hello! my name Filipp! I am from Ukraine... this is all for Maxim from 1926 to 1945 and not only for Maxim

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    that helmet is an beauty .

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    Yes It is m36!

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    As promised some pictures of my maxim, dated 1943 serial number 395, about 95% matching numbers, I don't know how common this is.Any idea on where it was made?
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    Very tidy gun there Pheonex, must get myself one someday!

    Im tempted to say Ishevesk arsenal stamp, but im only clued up on Mosins really, Ill have a browse through some literature later and get back to you, cheers for posting the pics.

    Reg

    Only info I can find are 3 known types of stamp, sadly yours looks like no 2 which I dont know about, the only source I can find IDs 1 as Tula

    1. Star and Arrow contained in a Circle.
    2. Hexagon and Arrow in a Circle.
    3. Truncated Triangle

    Hopefuly one of our resident geniuses on here can help us out

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    Thanks Reg, these guns are certainly good value for money.I'm on the look out for the kit to go with it, as I like to try and get some of the ancillary stuff they used with them.Hopefully somebody can identify that receiver mark.I want to get a Mosin, but i'm undecided as to which model best depicts the army in WW2, i've picked up a '38 carbine, but want a normal long rifle.
    cheers Pete.

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    Hi Pete, very nice buy.

    I have not actually seen this maker mark before. I suspect it will be sub plant of Tula. But I am guessing here. I will see what I can find for you.

    Re the Mosin Nagant: if you want pre war go with the hex shaped reciever. The round reciever was only produced after 1938.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    OK thanks, I see Ryton have got some'30 dated examples, I quite fancy one of those
    Pete.

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