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Finished my first full SA set. D stamped 91/30 1939 Tula with matching Remington bolt. The only non Finnish items are the sling straps and about half of the stripper clips are German which I would consider totally original.
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A couple weeks ago I posted that I bought the gun above thinking it was dated 1929 thinks it was some weird ex-dragoon round receiver(because the sellers pictures were horrible) it turns out it was 1939. Considering I only payed $260 for it I am still extremely happy with what it is.

I found some unusual marks I haven't seen before. It is also littered with a ton markings on the belly of the gun. Here are some more pics.

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I have not seen that W mark before. I have seen the 41 mark on 7.62x54r.net but mine is in a different font. Next to the 41 is a circle k mark

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44? 66?

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"BKy617"
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Remington marks? It hard to see but there is a circle R on the extractor and there is also a circle R mark on the bolt head.
Lastly do you guys have any tips for unscrewing the screws around the trigger area? I dont want to strip them but I also want to properly clean out the cosmoline this weekend. I put some penetrating spray in earlier but I dont know much more than that.
have a good day/night and thanks
 

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Very nice! I especially like the Finn bandolier. 👍
 

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Nice setup, i like those bandoliers alot! You did get a good deal, even better that it's 41 marked! Yes the seller's pictures are terrible but sometimes you can gamble and come away with a nice collectible.
 

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Wow, that's a beautiful historic set. What is the wood handled tool near the oiler bottle? I love the bandolier and the tool bag.
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Thanks! Like Richard said a multi tool screw driver specifically made for Mosins. This one is a Tula Finnish capture. The largest notch can be used for unscrewing the and the rest can be used for checking if the firing pin if protruding the correct length.
 
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