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Cannot help on the marking. Doesn't seem like it would be an early Soviet practice.

It was a big let down opening this thread. I was so excited that I was going to see a 1926 Tula M91, that I hung up the phone on my mother in mid-sentence.

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Cannot help on the marking. Doesn't seem like it would be an early Soviet practice.

It was a big let down opening this thread. I was so excited that I was going to see a 1926 Tula M91, that I hung up the phone on my mother in mid-sentence.

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Sorry brother, thats what I get for trying to post from my phone. Apologies to your mom :)
 

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A 1921 Tula M91 is a nice find, too. Any M91 configuration from the 1920's is collection worthy.

Can't help on the tang marks, but it would be nice to see the rest of the rifle!

And don't worry too much about my mom. At 84 years old, she probably hasn't even realized that the phone connection was cut, and is still happily yakking away.
 
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