Next up is an M91/30 infantry rifle manufactured at Tula in 1939.
Overall condition is good with all-matching numbers, 90% metal finish and a very good+/low fine bore with decent shine and strong rifling but somewhat dark, mildly frosty grooves. It's brighter on the chamber end than the muzzle end. There is NO counterbore. Nice clean bolt face and the action locks up tight. This rifle has a high wall round receiver. CAI import mark.
The stock is pretty clean but has two repairs on the front near the band on either side. The stock has early, screw-in type sling escutcheons, and some scrapes and dents in the shellac and on the wood. There are a bunch of cartouches in both of the finger grooves and the remnants of a Tula star on the right side of the butt. Comes with a green canvas sling, too.