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Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Very Good Condition [RI660V]
by Rod M
Date Added: Sunday 18 March, 2012
Bought two of these, arrived in about 10 days to my FFL. I would rate both as very good condition. One is much nicer than the other, but for the era of each, they are both very good. The 1940 is a much nicer looking rifle, the 1944 looks rougher, but a person has to know it was built during the war which at that time, things were rushed out the door and it shows the tool marks and such. IMO it makes it very authentic. Cleaned both up thoroughly and fired them today. Both were on paper first shot. One taking only one tweek to the elevation to get it within and inch of target center, other taking only two small tweeks to achieve the same. To set things off with a bang, my oldest boy hit a 3" bullseye target from a 100 yrds to set off the one lb of exploding target which was taped inside an old rusty trash can (may it now rest in peace). One shot and it was gone. Thanks again Buds!