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If you have a Finnish Mosin Nagant with a stock disc please assist us in adding the following information: Note - We will over time do our best to ID your stock disc

1) The type of stock disc - Meaning brass or a zinc type metal
2) How does the stock disc read - Meaning SK 22 PR or the like.
3) If you can post a photo this would really help
4) What is the rifle type (example M91) which has the stock disc.
5) Any other info you wish to add that you feel would be of interest.

1) Brass
2) VK over 88 over PR
3)
4) Russian M91
5) The rifle is a standard Russian M91 in a Russian one piece stock.

zzzzz


1.zinc
2. 2.PSTOKARPR over 11

4. 1941 VKT M39

Mike O

(1) Brass
(2) SJR over 90 over TYK.K (I believe this is Savon Jaeger Regiment rifle number 90 of an artillery company
(3) 1928 Tikka M27

(1) Zinc
(2) PSTOKAR PR 48
(3) 1942 VKT M39

(1) Zinc
(2) PSTOKAR PR 91
(3) 1942 Sako M39

Cruffler

1. Brass
2. VP 175 KTR2

Finn Collector

1. Brass
2. I/RT3 410
4. 1923 Tula M91

1. Brass
2. RES. 113 HUOLTOR
4. 1942 Tikka M91

LocDog

1)Brass
2)1/KTR1 over 83
4)1926 Tikka M-91
5)In Russian 1-pc stock


befus

1) zinc
2) 1/114
4) 1944 Vkt M39
5) post war square

1) zinc
2) 1.PSTO/KARPR 26
4) 1942 Vkt M39
5) wartime

1) NOT a Mosin but: brass
2) 6 over 166
4) SA marked Carcano

badger

1)Zinc
2)1.PSTO/KARPR 12
4)1941 VKT M39 all matching, unnumbered butt
serial# 41428 D chamber mark-stock has been there done that look came with nice green leather sling, round finger joints. IO marked.

I have a friend in Finland who told me what the disc meant. It was either a tank or artillery regiment, cant remember which but I talk to him often using a voice comms program called Roger Wilco.

1st Artillery Regiment 12th gun. Could have been tank instead of artillery.

7.62x54r

brass
5/SVK over 37
1928 M27

brass
84
1945 Sako M39
This disk is in the left side sling recess just forward of the sling bar.

briarcliff

1. Brass.
2. KKK over 100 over TR (Tampere Regt. machine gun co.).
4. M27.

ksstargazer

Brass disc on a 1940 M91 Tikka

5./VIESTIR over 66

30378wby

Tula Model 91, SA marked with finnish front sight. They marked the meters on the right, but did not line out the arshins on the left. All numbers matching, no upper handguard and the barrel bands are correct dimensions. Older style cocking piece which also has a matching serial number. Another number was stamped on the bolt but was subsequently lined out. Brass disc marked "36".

MMoney


1. Brass
2. KKK
117
KKR
3.
4. 1933 m27

TP

No. 1 is from a 1933 Tikka M27 and the disc indicates that it is Weapon No. 32 of the 1st Field Artillery Regiment Brass disc marked "KTR1 32"

No. 2 is on an 1897 Ishesvk M91 and the markings indicate that it is Weapon No.333 assigned to the Kovella training center located NE of Helsinki. Brass disc marked "UHK 333"

Greg Myers

Brass
4/VIESTIR OVER 65
M91

Brass
KM. K over 86 over HUOLT.O.R
M91

Cruffler

Brass
Hel.KK 19
M27

Moe

1941 VKT M39 3 PSTO KARPR 1 brass

finnished

Brass disc on 91 NEW straight logo reads:
II/RT
56
I'm told this is from a coastal artillery unit.

TANKERFRANK

1) zinc
2) 1.PSTO/KARPR 27
4) 1942 Vkt M39
5) wartime


******-vikingo

Zinc
JPSTO 1/50
M39 1944 VKT. 1897 Ishevsk receiver. Intact Imperial Eagle and PK proof. Popsicle stick splices on top of the round finger splice. Buttplate stamped D h

I believe the disc denotes the Super Heavy Artillery Battalion (JÄREÄ PATTERISTO 1)

bdgfate

1. Brass
2. TK/JP2 over 47 with brass screws
4. 1932 VKT M27
5. Wartime birch stock. Barrel is not SA marked.

Regarding the disc above
posted by JTV:

About the brass disk:
"JP 2" is definetely Jaakaripataljoona 2 = Jaeger Battalion 2, but "TK" is bit more uncertain. My best (educated) guess for it would be "Tykkikomppania" = AT-gun Company. Being ski-swivel version of infantry rifle M/27 also fits nicely to this unit type. Jaeger Battalions were bicycle infantry in summer and ski infantry in winter, so them having ski swivels certainly makes sense.

So most likely translation:
Rifle number 47, AT-Gun Company of Jaeger Battalion 2.

DudleyDR


Brass - M27rv - "4/URR" over "37"

Gunbooks

1. Brass disc
2. HAUTOK over 223.
3. No photo
4. M91 Westinghouse in Westinghouse stock
5. An acquaintance's friend in Finland reports the disc
means"HAMEEN autokampania ase 223" or "autocompany of Hame gun No. 223"

kenc9

Brass
1.KKK/ 122 KKR
M27 1933 Tikka

superlotus

1. Small zinc disk, no rivets just cut-out point in middle appearing to be pressed/hammered into wood.
2."KIN" with "22" below
3. 1944 Sako M39

magnum62


Finn M27 Tikka 1932, Brass 3/ U R over 54

tommy gun50

1)zinc
2) 1.PSTO/KARPR 84.
4) M39
1942
Sako
5) "D" stamped

bdgfate

1933 Tikka M27 withh ski/bike swivels. Not updated wih popsicle stick nosecap.

KKK/ 93 PPP1

Machine gun company of bicycle battalion 1

.44WCF Bill


M-1927ur Tikka 1933, Ser.73198
"3/URR 122" marked on disk. 3rd. Company Uusimaa Dragoons Regt. As was early issued w/o later modifications.

Annie Oakley

1) Brass
2) 2/KTR3 over 5
4) M27
5) 1932 Tikka M27. Serial #49xxx, hex receiver.

1. Brass
2. 3 WR over 158
3.
4. M27
5. Early, 2-piece nosecap. Connector wings on bolt. Hex receiver dated 1928. D marked.


sprint10

1. brass disc
2. E/PION.P 7 I believe this is a engineering unit.
4. M91 N.E.W.
5. "EL" carved on butt end of stock

eulitathomas

M27 Finn #48890 "1932" disc = KKK / 94 / KSR

dp1one

1934 M27 Tikka

Brass

II/RT3 over 16
 

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M1927 Finn, 1932 Tikka, M91 stock, dark stained, with rear SSE's plugged and a large toe splice. Has the "popsicle stick" upgrade. Possible varnish finish. Barrel is "F" stamped and has both a "large" and "small" boxed "SA"'s. Disc is brass and the rifle shows use - not appearing to have been refurbished since WW II.

Also pictured is the disc from the 1932 Tikka M27rv carbine referred to above. DDR
 

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here is couple that parabellum has real disc !

1) brass
2) 2./RUK 111
3) sent
4) Parabellum P08
5) This means gun is second company of reserve officers' school

the other one I think it is FAKE ! letters are too new looking...

1) brass
2) 1./URR 95
3) sent
4) m27Rv
5) I think this is fake, but idea is right first squadron (or troop) of Uudenmaan Dragoon Regiment
 

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Finnish stock disks

1) Brass ,,, 2) " 1./HRR. " over " 67 " ,,, 4) m1927 carbine ,,, 5) recess for bolt knob is proofed " UN " ,,
 

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1) Brass
2) KKK 2 KSR
3) See below
4) Parabellum m/23
5) Konekiväärikomppania, Keski-Suomen Rykmentti (MG coy, Central Finland Regiment)

 

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1.) Brass
2.) KK./HRR. over 81
4.) M27RV
5.) I think I was told this was a machine gun unit in Hame Cavalry Regiment

1.) Brass
2.) HamRjP over 3065
4.) M23 Luger
5.) I believe this to be post war Hame area, but I don't know for what. The a has the two little dots over it.

1.) Brass
2.) HamRjP over 56484
4.) M39
5.) See above comments

1.) Zinc
2.) JPSTO over 3/72
3.) M39
5.) I believe someone told me this was an armored car regiment, post war disk.
 

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1. Brass

2. 3/UR over 54

3. Yes I can post a picture

4. 1932 Tikka M-27

5. One piece stock with early nosecap. The data above shows that magnum62 owned this rifle before I did.




1. Brass

2. 3/URR over 166

3. Yes I can post a picture

4. M-27

5. This one I do not own anymore. Sold it many years ago but I found a picture of the disk.
 

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Tula 1899, original barrel, re-numbered bolt, two piece recycled stock

 

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M39 with odd unit disk

I bought this online a couple months ago. The unit disk is brass but it is not inletted into the stock. It is pinned in like the post war zinc disks except that it is brass.

1. Brass disc
2. 2 K over 107
3. Pic attached
4. 1942 VKT M39



pic attached, along with a pic from "Military Rifles of Two World Wars" by John Walter that I thought was similar.

Matt
 

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1. Brass disc

2. V K/1/TR Think this was a Signal Corp disc.

3.1928 M27 #29439 with unmodified stock, Ski/bike swivels, not refurbed or reblued.

4. My greatest thank you to the collector that sold me this, every time I look at this rifle I am in awe. Cheers, John.



1928 M27
 

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Here is another one...NEW MN 91 Finn capture from Russia, "2 KTR 1/ 138" I have sold the gun pending payment...all the usual Finn rebuild features...

Dale
 

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I finally took the time to check my stock discs, so here you go:

1) BRASS
2) 1.RV over 222
4) M24
5)
Stamped three times with Civil Guard number S56689. 1 on left side of receiver, 1 over the serial number on left side of shank, 1 on right side of shank. Not relevant to stock disc, but still cool.

1) BRASS
2)
Raut.Ptri over 1 over 1
4) M28
5) M28 fitted into a M27 stock, probably Post War.
 

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I finally took the time to check my stock discs, so here you go:

1) BRASS
2) 1.RV over 222
4) M24
5)
Stamped three times with Civil Guard number S56689. 1 on left side of receiver, 1 over the serial number on left side of shank, 1 on right side of shank. Not relevant to stock disc, but still cool.

1) BRASS
2)
Raut.Ptri over 1 over 1
4) M28
5) M28 fitted into a M27 stock, probably Post War.
Second one is a quite unusual one - Railroad Artillery Battery
 
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