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Krusher
05-29-2009, 6:35 PM
Ok, My title may sound funny.
but its a serious question.
I was watching the big 5 ads forever thinking soon
I will get the other MOSIN rifle with the extra 8 inch barrel.
im very interested in long distance shooting.
I bought my M44 but I can not remember for the life of me
what the nagat model numbers were with the longer barrel..
anyone??

And anyone have a idea what happen?
I know Century arms was inporting them like cars from japan.
and Now its been ages since ive seen a 7.62 54R advertised with
the longer barrel..

8 inches extra ads a hell of a lot to the distance and accuracy does it not?
and whats a decent scope job set one back?
thanks all...
:43:

easy
05-29-2009, 6:40 PM
91/30 and this is the 'normal' Mosin. The M44 is the later, lighter version.

Iknownot
05-29-2009, 7:50 PM
The finnish Mosins are supposed to be the more accurate of the mosins. Of course they cost more.

Iffy
05-29-2009, 8:55 PM
if your gonna be drilling the rifle for a scope and sporterizing, use a 91/30. then again, if your want a good rifle with a scope, just pick up a new rifle and save the relics for the collectors.

5hundo
05-29-2009, 10:31 PM
If you're going to get a 91/30, try to get a Tula model with a hex receiver...

They're much more sought after...

Jon Se
05-29-2009, 10:57 PM
If you're going to get a 91/30, try to get a Tula model with a hex receiver...

They're much more sought after...

Century arms is sold out and from what I hear they're Big 5's supplier. However JG Sales still has them in stock without the hand select option.

I purchased a hex 91/30 from JG with the hand select option and managed to get one from Tula. With a brass shim under the trigger, the trigger actually breaks cleanly at 2lbs :eek:.

5hundo
05-29-2009, 11:00 PM
Century arms is sold out and from what I hear they're Big 5's supplier. However JG Sales still has them in stock without the hand select option.

I purchased a hex 91/30 from JG with the hand select option and managed to get one from Tula. With a brass shim under the trigger, the trigger actually breaks cleanly at 2lbs :eek:.

Consistently?

No creep?

That would be impressive!!!

Seesm
05-29-2009, 11:06 PM
The m 38 is the coolest one... HA!! (cuz that is mine) :)