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I ended up getting 2 of these with an order in mid February, and as a 1st time online buyer I wasn't too sure what to expect. Everything went smoothly throughout the order process, and that was a nice relief. The 2 rifles I received were both Hex models, one being a 1924 Izhevsk ex-Dragoon with a replacement stock from a sniper model (with the factory repaid on the left by the receiver) and the other a 1934 Tula. Both were in pretty darn good shape, although I wouldn't have rated them excellent due to some blemishing on both the wood and metal. Not really Bud's fault, as these are probably rated by the original importer, in my case PW Arms. The Izhevsk had all matching parts including the bayonet, and the Tula was all matching as well except for the magazine floor plate which had been force matched with a new stamped serial number to match everything else (probably by the Soviet rearsenaling process way back in the day). During the cleaning I found out that the 1924 Izhevsk barrel is actually attached to a 1903 Remington receiver. Even more history than I bargained for. All in all, I'm quite happy with them.