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authentic is any that are refurbed, original etc. What i don't consider authentic is the replicas.

Ill start - 1944 Izhevsk, all original matching; all parts correct era Izhevsk. 1944 Progress scope.

First batch from molot - 2 years ago.



























 

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Great stuff guys. Please keep them coming - i should say : authentic is any that are refurbed, original etc. What i don't consider authentic is the replicas.
 

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Here is my baby, a restored 1943 Izhevsk. Found her sitting at cabelas with the other refurbs. she was missing her scope and mount. Surprisingly the mount holes were not welded over. The scope is a non refurbed 1943 Progress i picked up from Allens Armory. Shes a tack driver with Russian LPS



 

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42 Izhevsk PU sniper& 43 Izhevsk PU sniper w/Kossuth Crest




44 Tula & Izhevsk PU snipers & 44 Izhevsk PU sniper Yugo refurb






47 Izhevsk PU Sniper & 53 Hungarian M52 sniper







56 Czech VZ54 sniper & 57 Czech VZ 54/91 sniper

 

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I just posted this one up after I got it but i'll throw a few photos in this thread as well. Mine is a new acquisition, a 1944 Izhevsk with a 1944 Yoshkar-Ola scope (apparently unrefurbished).







 

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lotema.. i can't get enough of that stock.. hmmm yummy.
:laugh: You know how it is, you can make your photos always look better than the real thing! It is a good looking stock but the photos draw out quite a bit more to help emphasize things. Now if my 1944 Izhevsk ex-sniper was still in pu sniper form... That stock makes ME drool just looking at it!
 

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My 1944 unrefurbed Tula - rifle all original right down to wartime stamped sheet metal floor plate, scope not matching, but unrefurbed:

 

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Here's my favorite one that I own. It is a 1942 barrel dated Izhevsk that does not have a date or markings on the receiver, but it does have an SVT scope on it. It is a refurbed one, but interesting nonetheless.
 

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Nice ones guys. I would re-post mine but its like all the other AIM pu's which is a good thing I reckon.
Heatseaker, all I cam say is WOW!
Inheritance from a mate - honoured to own it. An intact 1944 Tula PU scoped sniper rifle a treasure, particularly from him.
 
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