Hey Guys, this is my first post so stay with me...I'm also very new to Mosin Nagants and surplus rifles in general. I was browsing through a local gun shop when I found a 1918 Remington made M91. I was confused and went home to research this, learning that Remington and NEW produced a few of these for czar era Russia. It was in incredible shape so I went back and offered $100 for it, and he took it. The wood is absolutely beautiful and nearly perfect, all the metal is scratch free and shiny, and the blueing appears nearly 100% on all metal, but I haven't had the rifle apart. A nice dark maroon/blue color covers part of the receiver. Bore is darker (not cleaned yet), but nicely defined grooves. The bolt, receiver, and butt plate numbers do not match and I think the bolt may be off a Russian rifle. I found no import/export marks, and to the best of my knowledge the rifle seems all original, with the bolt exeption. Just wondering if the gun was a solid buy, or anything else to look for. Any help or history on these later 1918 model Remingtons would be greatly appreciated!!