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Lenscrafter,
congrats for your beatiful rifles!!!!

I have a question for you:Can you post a close pic of the mark on the SVt style scope on your Tula rifle ( I guess that is one of the CB marked scope for the 91/30 rifle)?
I never seen this kind of mark.


Thanks a lot.


Does anyone know what it means?


Best regards.
 

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What marking are you refering to? If its the scope logo its the facility that repaired the scope.
 

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Yes,
The P inside the rhombus and the date of refurb/repair of the scope ('55?)

What's the letter or the number in the middle?

I would like to see this particular mark a bit better.
Thanks!
Thanks Vic!
 

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Thanks a lot!

Very nice and intresting!!


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That scope is the first original with flat head screws I ever saw.
And the first with this kind of mark.

It's so intresting....

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alb, Very interesting scope refurb marking. The P is often seen, as is the triangle, but the combo you have is a first for me.

Many consider the SVT type scope to be a plus. Another plus is the numbered and clearly marked Izhevsk mount. Does the mount's number match the rifle's number? Nice!
 

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alb, Very interesting scope refurb marking. The P is often seen, as is the triangle, but the combo you have is a first for me.

Many consider the SVT type scope to be a plus. Another plus is the numbered and clearly marked Izhevsk mount. Does the mount's number match the rifle's number? Nice!
Mike,

The number on the mount matches rifle serial number.

Thanks,
Lc
 
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