Mosin-Nagant collectors

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Three50seven

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I purchased a M91/30 recently made in 1939 in the Tula arsenal. I know there are some forum members who also collect the Mosin-Nagant rifles, so I have a few questions.

-Good source of info online?
-Any good forums?
-Anything super rare that I need to jump on if I find one?

Also, pics are more than welcome!
 

gregs45auto

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Do you plan to reload?? BE SURE to first tighten stock screws, as these are loose. hth greg
 

sdoyl123

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Here is a picture of my collection.

IMG_5438.jpg
 

Three50seven

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Greg45auto: Maybe sometime in the future, not right away though.

Sdoyl: I spent a good 2 hours on 7.62x54r.net earlier :shock: wow, thats a lot of info!! Very nice collection btw!
 

GLASSMAN

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If you have a C&R licence, SOG ( Southern Ohio Guns) is a good place to find those at wholesale prices.
I read an Americian Rifleman story that praised the Finnish Nagants.
I see some of these in my near future.
 

mohavesam

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Great Info here!

The Mosin 91 series are so accurate, partially I believe due to the two-piece bolt allowing the bolt head to not interfere with lockup perpendicularity.

So how many do you have??? Best accuracy yet?

www.jgsales.com (prescott AZ) is my go-to seller so far. I've yet to deal with SOG for more than one-at-a-time.
 

Three50seven

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Thanks for dredging this old post up....I've since sold my 91/30, but now I think I may want another! My Grandpa has an M38 that I could probably talk him out of for a good price 8)
 

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