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I realize that there is already a Sticky in the form of a poll on this topic...however, on the Sticky, you can only vote ONCE and, as such, only ONE of your Mosins' countries is represented...

...so...what I would like to propose is this:


Please post a list or photos of some of your Mosins that are from DIFFERENT countries...(and, what I mean by that is, the country configuration of the Mosin when it was exported)


So, for instance...

I have 3 from the Soviet Union (or post-Soviet Union dissolution countries...only 2 pictured here)

I have 7 from Finland

I have 1 from Spain (not pictured in the family portrait)

I have 1 from Hungary (and/or Romania)

I have 1 from China
 

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Here are my Finnish Mosin Nagants...the photo title name says the Country and Type:
 

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and, here are the ones that AREN'T from Finland (Soviet Union, Spain, China, Hungary)...the photo title says the Country and Type:
 

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I gots me a mess of 'em from everywhere's!

I don't have Mosins from everywhere....... Just made in France, Russian Empire (all three arsenals), USA, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Romania, and China...... Then there are some which show signs of usage by Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, Germany, the DDR, Spain, The Ottoman Empire, and Yugoslavia. These are the ones which come to mind at present........
 

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I don't have Mosins from everywhere....... Just made in France, Russian Empire (all three arsenals), USA, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Romania, and China...... Then there are some which show signs of usage by Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, Germany, the DDR, Spain, The Ottoman Empire, and Yugoslavia. These are the ones which come to mind at present........
well...in my OP, I was more looking for the countries when the firearm was exported the most recent time...NOT for EVERY country that the rifle has ever existed in (or some of its components)...if that was the case, then I have ONE firearm that has been in SEVEN countries...that's NOT the point I was trying to get to here... ;)

...I was referring to the export country ONLY...guess I wasn't specific enough... :thumbsup:
 

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1942 Izhevsk Round Receiver 91/30 - All Stamped Matching Numbers
1943 Izhevsk Round Receiver 91/30 - All Stamped Matching Numbers
1936 Tula Hex Receiver 91/30 - All Stamped Matching Numbers
1946 Izhevsk Round Receiver Laminate Stock M44 - All Stamped Matching Numbers
1926 CCCP Marked Soldier's Pistol
1945 Izhevsk Pistol

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I have one each from Russia, Poland, and the USA, but none of them were exported.
Nice!!...that works too!!...I guess what I was "shooting for" was the LAST country that each particular Mosin configuration in your collection existed in...so, your examples work perfectly too!!...
 

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USSR ex-Dragoon 91/30s
1921 Izhevsk 91/30
1927 Izhevsk 91/30
1928 Tula 91/30
1928 Tula 91/30 with DDR /1\ Thälmann/Haenel/Suhl mark
1930 Izhevsk 91/30
USSR/Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939
1937 Izhevsk 91/30 with Made in USSR stamp
Soviet 91/30s w/ re-used hex receivers:
1941 “no maker” 91/30 with 919r Tula receiver
1941 Izhevsk 91/30 with 95r Tula receiver
1941 Izhevsk 91/30 with 917r Tula receiver
FINNS:
1942 B barrel M/39 service rifle
1943 Tikkakoski M/91
1944 VKT M/39 service rifle, SAKO straight stock
1944 Tikkakoski Oy 7,62mm Kiv 30 1891/30
Carbines:
USSR: 1943 Izhevsk 91/59
USSR: 1944 Tula M44, 1942r Izhevsk receiver
Hungary: 1953 FEG/Budapest Karabély .48 Minta (M44)
Self loader:
Soviet: SVT-40 Tokarev:

1943 Tula 1944-dated AVT-40 stock
 
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