Russian Mosin Nagant M91/30. Chambered in 7.62x54R, this rifle was manufactured at the Izhevsk arsenal in 1941. This rifle was then captured by Finnish forces during the Continuation War. This rifle is in very good condition and has some interesting features not normally seen. This rifle bears the uncommon "41" stamp on the right side of the barrel shank indicating capture during the Continuation War. This rifle also features a blued bolt which is a common trait amongst the rifles and parts guns purchased by Finland from Germany before the end of the Continuation War. Many of these parts were recycled on later builds, which would explain the regrinding and restamping of the bolt number. The magazine and the buttplate match each other however they do not match either the bolt or the receiver. This rifle also has a Finnish stock, solid milled Dragoon barrel bands, and a copper tipped handguard. The bore is in good to very good condition. Overall this rifle is an excellent collector's piece and would fit in well with any nice collection.
This rifle is C&R eligible.
|Nation of Origin|
Russian Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 1941 Izhevsk - Finn Capture
- Product Code: M91/30
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