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Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Very Good Condition [RI660V]
by Sandra W
Date Added: Friday 22 March, 2013
Bob's was kind enough to send me a 1931 Tula Hex-Receiver with almost perfect wood and visible cartouche. the stampings were deep and sharp. This being a pre-WWII rifle, one can see that it was built lovingly and not rushed as I see with most wartime early 1940's units. Forced-matching serials were electro-penciled on. Of course it was packed with cosmo, stem to stern, but a 24"x12" container filled with a gallon of regular old degreaser and a tooth brush had this Mosin looking 90% in a day. I let everything soak overnight then sprayed WD-40 liberally over all metal parts prior to re-assembly. Once assembled I cleaned and oiled it. Took her to the range and was dead on with no bayo attached at 100yds and 200yds. Couldn't be happier.