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    Default I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    Any requests for pictures I will try to fill if I have them. Finn and Russian rifles interest me so please share if can.

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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    These are some Finn rifles '42 and '43 M39 and a '36 28/30 Sadly they are being sold so I took some pictures to remember them by,,LOL.



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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    I had two of these rifles about 10 years ago. A gun shop in Mena, Arkansas was selling them for around $50 each and they sold a "sporterized" nylon stock for them as well. They were popular with the hunters and shot very well.

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    Some more Finn's, these are not the $49.99 but real collectores with perfect bores. But I do remember back in the day when they were cheap but everything was cheap yesterday. LOL.


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    Aint that the truth! I can remember growing up when we could get ‘03 Springfield’s thru the mail for $20-$30. These rifles now go from $800 to $1500, if only we had known!

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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    Quote Originally Posted by muscogeemike View Post
    Aint that the truth! I can remember growing up when we could get ‘03 Springfield’s thru the mail for $20-$30. These rifles now go from $800 to $1500, if only we had known!
    My recollection is that back in the early 1960s we could buy war surplus .303 Lee Enfields for about 30 shillings (jungle carbines cost more) which equals three dollars now. On current exchange rates equals a bit less than three US dollars. The ammunition was ridiculously cheap at the time, as were other useful military surplus items like aircraft landing lights which made great spotlights for spotlighting (shooting at night), if you could get a big enough battery and carry it.
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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    My first rifle was a Jungle carbine, it wasnt pristine, but in good shape, and went for $39.00 US. (1967) It was a good rifle, and was very accurate for its short barrel. Surplus .303 ammo was $2.50 per box of 30-32 rounds. It was my favorite until I found an FN-49, chambered in 30-06 it sold for the exorbitant sum of $75.00 .

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    I moved from California in the mid 90’s and we could still get Indian made Enfield’s in NATO 7.62 or .303 for less than $100.
    A cousin used one to hunt pigs and deer in Arkansas and loved the rifle. I saw him drop a running pig at least 100 yds, so I’d say they shot well.
    I avidly believe the .303 was a much better military round than either the Russian 7.62 x 54 or the US .30-06.

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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    That would all come under British arms.


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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    I wants a Cossack Mosin.

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    No Cossack but a 1916 recevier rebuilt bby the Finn's and issued in 1944 with matching bayonet.


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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

    SVT40


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    Nagants are tough rifles.
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    I've got a Mosin rifle made in Tula in 1940. I bought it in 2008 for $75.00. This price included the bayonet, sling, oiling can, and cartridge pouch. It came looking new, having undergone an arsenal overhaul at some point. What I've heard is that the parts are not original to the gun, but had new serial numbers electro penciled on them so that they all match. It seems to me that when I shoot it it is more accurate with old surplus ammo than modern non-corrosive stuff, too bad. My brother in law liked mine so much that he got one too. Spent a little more to get one with a laminated stock, then he went and sporterized it!!

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    Default Re: I have a few Mosin Nagant rifles and pictures to share

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    I'm not sure where the prices are today with the Nagant, but IMHO they are the best value for the dollar for military rifles right now. I bought six of them, the last one three years ago, and like most things Russian they are rugged, simple, reliable and very functional.

    Some posters on the internet say the accuracy from the Nagant is terrible, but if that is the case I hit the mother load as all six of mine can hit a paper plate with ease at 100 yards, if I do my part. The bores from each vary from ok to good, these are 70 plus year old rifles using corrosive ammunition it is to be expected that the bores won't be perfect, but they can very good.

    I will say the M44 does seem to have considerably more felt recoil than any of my other bolt action military actions, I have never fired a Enfield Jungle #5 which I have heard is very stout.

    I have ran into the issues with accuracy concerning surplus vs new ammo on a few of the old shooters, I try different brands until I find one that suits the rifle, I really should reload my own ammo for this fact alone. I have one Nagant that I have scouted scoped that isn't shown on the photo above.
    Last edited by Wittmann; 07-27-2014 at 12:19 AM.

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