I picked this up this past week, after not having an M/91 in the collection for a couple of years. This is my 1898 Tula M/91 that is Finnish property stamped, with two SA stamps, and sits in an uncommon 3 piece Finnish M/91 stock. This one came with a nice Finnish leather sling, and Finnish sling hangers that I think compliment it well. It still has its original 1898 Tula receiver and seems to have the usual mix of Russian M/91 parts and also has the earlier type 1 barrel bands. I think it's kind of cool that this has a numbered cocking piece (although not matching to the rifle), and it has the usual M/91 buttplate numbering about halfway down that I've seen on many M/91s previously. I think it's a nice example of an antique M/91 and it's in pretty decent shape overall with a nice bore that has a mild counterbore. I didn't see any import marks which is always a plus. I'm happy to be part of the "1800's club" once again.