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  1. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    So I got this sported SA marked M91 a few months back with this intent to re-militarize it! The stock has been cut up but everything else seems untouched. Top of the receiver says 1942, but it's a hex. From my understanding I thought the hex receivers stopped being produced in late 1930's? So...
  2. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Not too many of these floating around. Glad to have it in my collection.
  3. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    I recently aquired my fourth Finnish Mosin. This m/28 is built on a 1908-dated Izhevsk receiver with a 1928-dated SIG barrel. CG number "S120842". [SA]-marked on the left of chamber above the serial number, and like my m/28-30 this rifle was imported by Marathon Products. Chamber not marked for...
  4. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Last Monday I was cleaning my Mosin when I accidentally got hoppes spray cleaner on it, which ruined a portion of the finish. I don't want to refinish, and would rather try and repair it or reseal the bare exposed wood. However, I am having great difficulty in finding which finish to use, and I...
  5. The Mosin Nagant Survey Forum
    The tang is stamped 97r with a hammer above it. I would like to know a little more about this rifle and it’s value. Thanks for your help!
  6. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Just made a quick video of me ringing my 12in steel target at 300m with my 1933 Izhevsk M91/30. I'm shooting the small target on the right. The one on the left is just a big cardboard box. I was talking to a guy online who didn't believe a typical Soviet made M91/30 would be accurate enough at...
  7. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Hey guys! I recently was given a Mosin Nagant and am trying to find some more information on it. I've been looking at the makers marks and doing some research to try and match to some marks online. I found out that it is from New England Westington House Company. Not sure of the year because...
  8. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Hello everyone. Stumbled upon this unusual sniper scope mount. Can anyone provide any info about it? Thank you all for your time.
  9. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Newbie in this world, but liked these old guns. Would be happy to hear if anyone can shed more light on their history. Has all matching numbers. If in need I can upload more pics. Thank you! Thank you for pointing me out to this main forum. I would love to hear some history about these guns. one...
  10. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Newbie in this world, but liked these old guns. Would be happy to hear if anyone can shed more light on their history. Has all matching numbers. If in need I can upload more pics. Thank you!
  11. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    This mosin doesn’t seem to be a Russian m91, dragoon, or m91/30. I’ve also looked at some Finish mosins but could not find a model same as this one...
  12. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Hi folks, New to the board here. I'm writing to ask for help/advice about a scope mount plate which was broken in shipping. I purchased this 1944 91/30 from Gunbroker after years of looking for one. Somehow, UPS managed to break off the thumbscrew and a small attaching piece, rendering the...
  13. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    I lucked into this beauty on a scam ridden regional buy and sell forum a while back (yes I bought a lottery ticket and no, I couldn't be THAT lucky) and thought it might be worth sharing if only for the want of good pictures of these online. All parts except the cleaning rod are correctly 02...
  14. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    Recently found that the old Mosin Nagant rifle I bought in 1989 is not just a junk military surplus rifle. It's a 1930 Finnish M27. It's in original condition, has only been cleaned, so the stock does show its age and history of use with scuffs and dings. There is a Finnish stock makers mark...
  15. The Collector's Forum - Mosin Nagant HQ
    (...and it's not Spam! :rolleyes: ) From some other sources, I've been able to speculate on the following interpretations, almost certainly Russian (if the "T" is for Tula), but still can't determine the exact cartridge, i.e., rifle or pistol: 7.62 ЦГЛ (?GL = brass case?) (Ц, pronounced "ts")...
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