Picked this up this week, really happy with, got it for a bargain price. Deactivated to current UK spec
Tula made 1941 SVT-40 Assault Sniper Rifle Variant. Has the correct Tula factory notch on the rear receiver, not the later Ishevsk addition. Also has the " C " mark on the right of the receiver. Has T6377 stamped on the left of the receiver, I think its a 6 anyway. Has 377 stamped on the stock, 377 etched on the bolt and also 377 underneath on the trigger guard. The stock has the Arsenal refurb marks on it, not sure wether to refurb the stock myself at a later date ????.....
Over 1 million produced, but I have read only 50,000 of this true sniper variant were produced
Sorry for the pictures but I cant seem to get any decent light, I may need a new camera as well soon !
My question is this
If you look at the pictures you can see where there was a cut out made in the left of the stock, could this rifle of had a Mosin type scope and mount fitted at one point?
I will be looking for an original scope and mount in the future
Thanks for looking