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This is among the cooler things I've come across here in a long time. What a great source of authentic reference material. Thanks for putting forth the effort to share it.
 

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Yeah, 91/30 manuals are all over the place. How about a obr. 1891 manual from the time when Czar Nicholas was still ruling the country?
I got a scan of this manual from Nick .... it is impressive, it was helpful in learning about the rifles and shooting of them :)

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New portion of stuff added:
1941 rifle manual
Atlas of technical drawings
Study aid for close combat encounters
History of the rifle book, 1940
Instruction for production and acceptance of 1895 revolver
Small Arms of red army, book from 1935
and zip file with scans of document, explaining stamps of clothing and similar items.
All available here, enjoy:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/q5emfi2hw1807my/AACJLFdWCe-QeOEgKMK4911sa?dl=0
 
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