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Old 11-16-2018, 10:25 AM
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Default Beat Up Mosin's Now Going For $469.95 !!

Never thought I'd live to see the day. And they're round receiver Ishevsk's. I paid $69.95 For Hex Receiver Tula's with all the accessories just a few years ago.

http://www.jgsales.com/mosin-nagant-...-p-102449.html



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Old 11-16-2018, 10:57 AM
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Supposedly non refurbs which, if true, I don’t doubt they’ll sell them
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Old 11-16-2018, 11:27 AM
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Supposedly non refurbs which, if true, I don’t doubt they’ll sell them
Yep, not a horrible price for an original stamped matching non-refurb (or light refurb) 91/30. In their photos the bolt doesn't look like a 1943 Izhevsk to me though.

Still, they only have 10 left, I'm sure they will sell out fast

For some reason there was a bunch of original 1943 Izhevsk rifles that were mixed in with refurbs in crates. A while ago a friend of mine was able to pick out a couple, I got one myself. I'll start a new thread soon and post some photos
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Old 11-16-2018, 1:28 PM
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If P.T. Barnum was alive today, he'd open up a gun shop!
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How about a few hex M.O. rifles for the soon-to-be-gone-forever price of $999?
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Old 11-16-2018, 1:40 PM
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Alright gentlemen, please show me an original matching, non-finned, non-refurbished 91/30 for sale cheaper than that

Anyone? I'd love to see it!
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Old 11-16-2018, 5:51 PM
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Sooner or later Mosin owners are going to have to stop fixating on prices in days gone by and just shoot and enjoy what they have.
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Sooner or later Mosin owners are going to have to stop fixating on prices in days gone by and just shoot and enjoy what they have.
Funny you say that. I'm planning on taking out one of my 91/59's on Sunday. I feel the need to beat up my shoulder a bit.
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Sooner or later Mosin owners are going to have to stop fixating on prices in days gone by and just shoot and enjoy what they have.
No way. The local gun store had so many mosins just a couple months ago that they were paying people $99 just to take one off their hands so they could make room.

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So the expertish got skin in the game again?
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I got my several Mossin-Nagant 1891/30s and M-N M-44 Carbines for less than $100 each including taxes and DROS, and did not complain about the price many years ago!

Here are the 4 Mosin-Nagant M-44 Carbines that I kept/ they did not go to live with family members...



Then again I got many spam cans of 7.62X54R mil-surplus ammo at less than 10 cents per round back then also!
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Sooner or later Mosin owners are going to have to stop fixating on prices in days gone by and just shoot and enjoy what they have.
The trick is to stock up on the ammo when it was cheap as well.



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Not a bad price for a non-refurb in excellent condition. I got a few non-refurbs way cheaper, but that was then, and this is now. There was a time when Garands were at $42, but you're not expecting those prices anytime soon, right?
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People always chime in with the "They used to be so cheap" comment. Same with SKS rifles. "I used to get them for $50.00" comment. I guess old Russian rifles will never live down the days when they were super common and cheap.
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People always chime in with the "They used to be so cheap" comment. Same with SKS rifles. "I used to get them for $50.00" comment. I guess old Russian rifles will never live down the days when they were super common and cheap.
These, (Mosin's), went up exceptionally fast.
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I would not pay more than 150.00 for one. To each his own. But those things are about as ugly as any firearm can get. Kinda like a Edsel,LOL

But they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder I guess.

Never understood the attraction to these at all. If the initial attraction was cheap ammo. I think that is gone now.

The US really never made any completely ugly Military Firearms. Love those.
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I would not pay more than 150.00 for one. To each his own. But those things are about as ugly as any firearm can get. Kinda like a Edsel,LOL

But they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder I guess.

Never understood the attraction to these at all. If the initial attraction was cheap ammo. I think that is gone now.

The US really never made any completely ugly Military Firearms. Love those.
Wonder if this ever won a beauty contest?
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To me it is beautiful. As I said, Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Either way, there is no comparison to which one I would prefer,LOL

Want me to post pics of US ones that definitely win Beauty contests

I own a Mosin. Paid 120.00 for it just about two months ago. Got a little Family discount, or I would not have bought it. Just not my thing for much over 150.00 just to hang on the wall. Have alot of stuff much more fun to take out and shoot.

I do like AK and SKS a little better though. They are not nearly as hideous to me.
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And my parents' first home in Redondo Beach on Ave. A was only $7,000
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I can rebember my father paying $17 for a o3a3 volt action that he bought from his fil(my grandfather) he was a member of the Nra those days the Cmp would not sell to you if were not a member. Of course that was 1962 and I was only10.Our house payment was. $135, it was refinanced after my mother died in1960.
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Good thing i got mine years ago on big 5 for $150
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