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That is what I think it is anyway. Any thoughts?
 

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First thought is that you're going to get blasted for using "Izzy" on the Boards here, but what is it that you want to know? Is it a sniper or ex-sniper, or just how many are around (quite a few)...You'll have to elaborate a bit more...:confused:
 

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well it is sure easier to spell izzy than the other word. LOL

just happened to notice it in a local shop.
 

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Those and the 1942s are the most commonly found 91/30s, due to high wartime production rates. Instead of rehashing what's already been recorded, check out www.mosinnagant.net and http://7.62x54r.net.
 

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Shy-That is one beautiful stock--Forget what's common or not, if I found any rifle with a stock like that I'd get it.
 

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now that is beautiful. it almost looks like it is underwater when the picture was taken.
su weeet
 

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That is what I think it is anyway. Any thoughts?
They are common, but I like them. I think having at least one wartime 91/30 enhances a Mosin collection, especially if it has all of the rough machining marks. Really puts things in perspective.
 
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