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Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Excellent Condition Reviews

$269.00
 
Product Reviews Ratings Summary
 
412 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.4 of 5 Stars!]
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by Korosh Y Thursday 12 February, 2015
Thanks Buds for the great service and low price. My Mosin was counter bored, with all serial numbers matching. The rifle is 1942 and is not necessary the best Mosin I have seen, but it is what it is for a surplus rifle. Shoots a little high, as these due, but I was able to hit a 15" plate at 200 years standing with no stand consistently, which is better than I expected. The trigger and the guard do rub on each other which has made the trigger very stiff. I am working on fixing that part. Definitely a great purchase and good rifle for the what you should expected of a fellow drunk Russian machinist during WWII. Now, the accessories that come with this rifle were not shipped with the rifle to my local gun shop. I gave Buds a call after picking up the rifle, they apologized about the inconvenience and shipped the accessories to my home address the next business, via USPS second day shipping. Highly recommended for their low price, produce availability, and great service!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Justin B Wednesday 11 February, 2015
I just received both of my Nagants. The first is a 42 round, all matching serial numbers. A very little amount of dried cosmoline. no real apparent rust. The second is a 43 round with all matching numbers accept the bolt. The 43 has a little rust around sites, bolt and outer barrel. Both rifles have no counter bore. Both come with bayonet, oil cans, barrel cap for the cleaning rod, so not to harm the crown. The first rifle would seem to be good, while the second is fair/good. Both stocks are arsenal refinished, no scratches and little wear/dents. Both bores are shiny and have not been counter bored. Both rifles are imported from PW. Both rifle stocks have cut outs for sling with no metal inserts of any kind. I am glad that I own them but will retire a couple of my others and service these, due to better condition of my other Century imports. I realize that rifles made during these two years of the war tell a story of survival and would reflect craftsmanship. Even for the years they were made, rust and non matching only equal good.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">3 of 5 Stars!</span> [3 of 5 Stars!]
by brian f Monday 09 February, 2015
Very pleased with the rifle. Very excellent condition and fast shipping. Never guess it is 73 years old. Beautiful stock and very clean and rifled bore. thought I only bought a rifle but it came with a bayonet, oil can and tools. Will definitely buy from Buds again!!!!!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Walker H Monday 09 February, 2015
I was very skeptical about this mosin, but when I received it, my whole thought process had changed. I received a 1937 91/30 all matching serial numbers with an almost flawless stock. Thanks a ton, Buds. Will be doing business here again.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Calvin G Tuesday 03 February, 2015
Excellent condition just as stated. Thank you

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Ryan S Sunday 01 February, 2015
This is my 2nd Mosin from Bud's, both being the "Excellent Condition" options. Ended up with a 43' Izhevsk. All numbers matched with a forced match magazine latch. Barrel had the same deep counterbore as my other Mosin that stopped about 1/4" BEFORE the front sight. This was an actual war time unit as evident by rough lathe marks on the barrel under the hand guard, with a "textured" breech and receiver area. Bolt assembly had minimal reworking. Stock was basically perfect. Something made contact with the finish on the hand guards and lifted the varnish at some point in a couple spots, but the rest of the stock was very nice. No dings or gouges anywhere. What's interesting about the stock is it's contoured differently and looks like a sniper stock or M44 stock. A tad lighter, shorter, and slimmer. At the range, it was extremely accurate. Was making horizontal lines with the holes about 1-2mm apart from each other at around 40'-50'. Seriously can't ask for better accuracy. Was already sighted in too. Even cooler yet, the importer's serial number was literally 1 number off from my other rifle, so I have importer sequential serials which adds to the interesting aspect of the gun as it was purchased nearly 4 weeks later, so talk about the odds. I realize some people don't like counter bored units, but having a nice, clean crown is 100% worth it if it's going to be shot. The triggers on these are hit or miss. This one was a hit. No creep, decent break, and minimal travel. Still did a minor trigger job to clean it up a tad, and went through the entire bolt assembly by disassembling the entire piece, and carefully removing anything remotely rough and smoothing out all the points that make contact. Well worth the effort as it's a decent shooter. Mag well is a tad tight putting a round into it but nothing terrible. Bolt was a little tight while chambering a round. This is due to the edges of the bolt end where the round sits being too sharp and straight. Many people think it's the extractor, but most often it's not. Carefully beveling the entire circle's wall will correct the tight bolt handle when trying to lock it in place. Often times, this sharp edge WILL cause an issue with the extractor as the cartridge rim will NOT seat easily and "hang" on this edge, which in turn bends the extractor. Both guns had a wear spot on the extractor's face, that looked like a half-moon indented into the surface, which is caused by the round's rim hitting it. That needs smoothed off else more rounds will catch on that indent and damage the extractor. Anyways, it's a tad more accurate than my other Mosin, 1/2" shorter due to the different stock, and very nice to shoot. It also has the high wall on the left side, so it'd be a prime candidate for a sniper clone as there's material for that bracket. Neither gun had bayonets that fit. Will need to take a dremel and a sanding drum and rework the inside diameter of the bayonet to get it to fit. Do NOT try and force them as they'll eat the bluing off the barrel. While not a museum piece, it's a great looking and highly accurate gun that put every single round on a fatal point off the target. Can not ask for better.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
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