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5 days for my 1931 Izzy laminated hex....feeling so blue-balled right now. Sigh.
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Tula 91/30 1943 all matching serial # 888 :3 terrible quality pics I took with my cell a while ago. I'll take some beauty shots later :P






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Ending up getting one after looking at the this picture thread, finally got to pick it up after 11 days at Big 5. I re stained it in thin down satin black because the stock was really beat up. Really looking forward to shooting it soon!
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My first Mosin and first 03FFL purchase, a 91/30 from AIMSurplus. I paid the $10 for the hand-pick but didn't specify any special requests. They sent me a 1943 Izhevsk, all matching numbers, not counterbored, and in very good condition. Put 20 rounds through it its first time out and it shot great. Shot just a tiny bit high and right out of the box but I'm very happy with the condition and performance. These really get attention at the range. I had a few people come and talk to me about it. What a fun shooter.



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Some pics of my Finnish M39. Not bubba-ed, I still have the original sight leaf and spring. Swapping them back is as easy as a drift punch away.
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1931г Izhevsk ex-Dragoon hex, laminated postwar stock.





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Can anyone identify the pouch on the far right in the first pic? I looked for it on 7.62x54r.net and could not find a matching picture. Interestingly enough, there are still some bits of dried grass in it...
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Can anyone identify the pouch on the far right in the first pic? I looked for it on 7.62x54r.net and could not find a matching picture. Interestingly enough, there are still some bits of dried grass in it...
it looks like an SKS ammo pouch
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it looks like an SKS ammo pouch
+1 I'll betcha it'll fit an SKS stripper clip or two
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It does have a divider inside under the flap though. IDK if I should mention that. The dimensions would seem more accommodating to a Mosin clip.

That being said, I've never seen an SKS clip in person, so I don't know their relative size.
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The SKS pouches i have are not as tall. Could it be an SVT pouch?
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The SKS pouches i have are not as tall. Could it be an SVT pouch?
I don't know if the SVT was issued with extra mags, but since there is a divider in that pouch an SVT mag wouldn't fit anyway. Maybe it's just a different post-war design?
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i thought SVT40 pouch too, but it's longer than and SVT40 pouch
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Can anyone identify the pouch on the far right in the first pic? I looked for it on 7.62x54r.net and could not find a matching picture. Interestingly enough, there are still some bits of dried grass in it...
My mosin came with one of those pouches also. Interesting.


OH and I wanted to say! Wow this is the first time I have looked through this thread and those finn mosins really put my soviet to shame. The figuring on the stock wood is soo cool... they almost all have some flame or burl. Gonna have to save some $$ and pick one of those up.. they are so pretty!
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1942 Izhevsk

Took it out for 1st time during the 4th of July weekend, I think the talk of recoil is exaggerated.

Nothing more satisfying than the "pinging" sound when a 7.62X54r zips through a metal target!

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Can anyone identify the pouch on the far right in the first pic? I looked for it on 7.62x54r.net and could not find a matching picture. Interestingly enough, there are still some bits of dried grass in it...
It's a pouch for the 7.62x39 ammo while on SKS type stripper clips.
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Just picked this thing up, no idea what it is, all i know is: its 1939 izzy and has bent bolt. all numbers matching.
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Can anyone identify the pouch on the far right in the first pic? I looked for it on 7.62x54r.net and could not find a matching picture. Interestingly enough, there are still some bits of dried grass in it...
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It's a pouch for the 7.62x39 ammo while on SKS type stripper clips.
No, its not. That is indeed a single pouch for 7.62x54r.



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Just picked this thing up, no idea what it is, all i know is: its 1939 izzy and has bent bolt. all numbers matching.
It's a 91/30 that someone had the bolt bent.
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here is mine if i can get the pic to post.

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My Mosin Family has had several recent adoptions.
From top to bottom. 1916 peter the great m91, 1941 izzy 91/30, 1943 izzy ex sniper, 1946 izzy m44. 1942 VKT m39 built on 1895 tula, 1942 b barrel m39 built on 1893 tula, and 1944 VKT built on 1895 tula

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first and only mosin
1944 91/30 Round izzy
Laminated stock, good clean bore with no counterbore
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To my untrained eye all of the serials are matching, but could this have been forced? the only electro penciling is the import mark
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To my untrained eye all of the serials are matching, but could this have been forced? the only electro penciling is the import mark
If it's a refurb, theres about a 99% chance its force matching. I've got a 44 Izhevsk 91/30 too, but mine's in a regular birch stock. I like the laminates...
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got a question for the mosin experts. I just got a tula with all matching numbers, but on the bolt I see a tiny izshvesk stamp. anyone know why there is a small izshvesk stamp on a tula mosin???
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got a question for the mosin experts. I just got a tula with all matching numbers, but on the bolt I see a tiny izshvesk stamp. anyone know why there is a small izshvesk stamp on a tula mosin???
Because it probably got rebuilt with that part?
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Because it probably got rebuilt with that part?
What rojo said.

When these rifles were rebuilt, everything was stripped, most of the parts re-numbered. They didn't care if parts from a different factory wound up on a rifle, as long as it worked it was good enough. Those matching parts are not the parts it had when it left the tula factory, those are the parts it got when it was refurbed.
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I have an 1942 izzy. Only thing noteworthy from my big five special is the square oil can it came with. I will put up pictures later.
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New to the forums, but just wanted to post a pick of my '42 Izzy. All numbers match. Just one question, under the barrel grip towards the front is a light capital B stamped in the wood, and numerous 1's and 2's in circles, is this a belgium refurb?
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New to the forums, but just wanted to post a pick of my '42 Izzy. All numbers match. Just one question, under the barrel grip towards the front is a light capital B stamped in the wood, and numerous 1's and 2's in circles, is this a belgium refurb?
Doubt it.


It's probably a "V" that stands for some proof in Russian.

In Russia "B" = "V" and "Б"= "В"
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