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Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Very Good Condition [RI660V]
by Nicholas I
Date Added: Saturday 10 September, 2011
So the rifle came in without a hitch. Buds was good about shipping, price etc. The rifle is a forced numbers match, built sometime in 1943. I was told that you can tell the referbs from all originals if there is a box with a hashmark cut into the wood stock, mine has that box. Came with the bayonet, a few pouches, sling, and some oil; all neat stuff. I'm not a purist and bought the rifle with the intention of eventually making it an inexpensive long range weapon (ATI Monte Carlo stock, bipod, etc.). The thing was slathered in cosmoline. I took the rifle down as far as I could and soaked her in WD40 for a day or so, changed out the fluid and soaked it again for another day. Took most of the gunk off of it off rather well. Put her back together and then hit the range. Using iron sights and cheap tuna can ammo I was hitting one inch groupings at 50 yards without breaking a sweat. I put a few bowling pins out at 100 yards and took them apart as well without even messing with the sights. I'm not sure if it was the cosmoline burning off or if it was the ammo, but this thing smoked up like mad. It only happened for the first 100 or so rounds, then tapered off. She started to run a little sticky after about 100 rounds, so I knocked some of the carbon and burnt offerings out and put another 100 rounds through her. Not one misfeed or even so much as a hicup that wasn't user error. I love this gun. I'm not sure if the Ruski's had this in mind for zombie apocalypse or alien invasions, but come either I'm good. Ammo's pretty cheap as well average about 500 rnds for $100. P.S. invest in hearing protection.