The one "Dumbhands" around here (Bridgeville, PA) is a POS store that I believe gets cherry-picked by the manager before anything goes out to the sales floor. Only the most cosmo-soaked crap gets seen by the public.Alas, I'm nowhere near a Big 5 or a Dunham's. Any drippings for the poor?
And two more pics: Note in one of the above pics, the second scrubbed carbine has a fractured receiver. Always a good idea to clean and thoroughly inspect any milsurp before shooting it. Never shoot any milsurp right out-of-the-box! Both carbines appear to have been rebarrelled. Also looks like they used the Cyrillic "Z" ("3") as a numeral "3". DDR
gun nut 73: I have two of the scrubbed ones (both with simple, 4-digit numbers) and what appears to be a number inside a star inside a circle (partial) proof mark(s) on the underside of the chamber, under the woodline. Only thing it reminds me of is a N. Korean star-in-a-circle. Congrats on finding the scrubs!
Gosha: I have a couple like that. When they cut down the M91/30 (or possibly a M91) stocks, they sometimes used the fold-in tabs up front. Some have the push-in style up front, and I believe one has screw-in's up front and nothing in the rear. There are unusual mixes and matches. DDR