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Mosin Nagant Type 53 Carbine For Sale **PICS UP**
Make: Mosin Nagant
Model: Type 53
Location (city or county): San Gabriel Valley 626
Will ship (Y/N): No
Other info: I just picked this rifle up, but I think I am going to go in a different direction. This is a Chinese 'Type 53' Mosin Nagant Carbine. It is essentially a Chinese made M44.
The stock is dark and has numerous dings and finish wear. It is however structurally sound and everything is there. There does not appear to be any rust on this weapon.
The serial numbers do not match.
The bluing is somewhat worn.
The stock could definitely use a refinishing.
The cleaning rod is missing.
100% Functioning rifle.
The bolt and action are butter smooth. Smooth, crisp trigger.
The bayonet is intact and folds / unfolds crisply and locks into place properly.
The gun feels heavy and well built. Completely structurally sound.
Rarer and cooler than a M91/30
All the boomstick fun of a M44 without the high price.
Everything works as intended.
**All of the cosmoline has been professionally cleaned off. This rifle is ready to shoot!!**
The only accessory that comes with the rifle is the pouch containing the bolt takedown tool and the rifle will be sold in the cardboard box I got it in.
This rifle is C&R Cash and carry. No fees, no 10 day wait. The only thing I need from the seller is a copy of your CDL for my bound book ( I am FFL03)
These are pictures of the rifle for sale:
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Last edited by Bobby Ricigliano; 09-14-2012 at 9:22 PM..
I'll take it!
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