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Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Very Good Condition [RI660V]
by Dennis K
Date Added: Thursday 05 April, 2012
My second order from Buds. This went well, just as the first. About the gun: The front sight pin had to be pushed over to the left by about a 1/16 inch, as the gun was firing to the right. As far as I can tell, there's no windage adjustment on the rifle. The bore is in
very good shape, as was the bolt, and the rest of the metal. The stock could use a refinishing, but I was going to do that anyway, so no big deal. Fired 20 rounds at 50 yards, and got near-center shots when I aimed about 6 inches low and 6 inches left. The left aiming will probably not be needed anymore after I adjusted the front sight. The low aiming was probably just due to normal bullet rise at the short distance. For the price, an excellent, working piece of history.