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POLISH Model 44 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle (7.62x54R) mfg. by Radom in 1952 to 1955. Excellent-PLUS, literally UNISSUED condition with 100% bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright perfect bore. All-matching numbers, wood absolutely mar-free, includes correct new sling. Several rifles available. PHOTOS . . . $350. C&R
 

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In Unissued condition? I'd have to say that given the comparative rarity of Radom Mosin-Nagants, that's a fair price if you're planning to collect it. If you are looking for a shooter, however, that's not one you want to buy.

You still don't own a Mosin, do you, AH?
 

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I wanna know if anyone knew Poland made Mosins and are they any good. LOL

I could be stimulated to buy one when my check comes from Uncle Sugar, may be !!! LMAO !!!

They shor look nice LOL !!! Don't they ? Crap I for got the site I found them at OOPs...........
 

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Ye, Poland made them and 22 trainers. These look gorgeous too!
 

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ahhhh.....the ole polish mosin. never been fired and only dropped once!:09:
a 6 or 8 on a 10 scale depending on the year. don't know if i'd really want a "new" one though. there's something about the ones that look like they've led an interesting life.
 

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nice! you even had the polish kit to go with it!
 

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I believe the Russians sold their rifle makeing equiptment to the Poles after WWII.
 

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In Unissued condition? I'd have to say that given the comparative rarity of Radom Mosin-Nagants, that's a fair price if you're planning to collect it. If you are looking for a shooter, however, that's not one you want to buy.

You still don't own a Mosin, do you, AH?

Yeah, for a shooter, go with the $69.95 ones online. But as a collection piece, it looks pretty darned sweet.

I believe the Russians sold their rifle makeing equiptment to the Poles after WWII.
I think any Mosin Nagant with a date after 1948 is from a Soviet satellite state and I believe China made a few.
 

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Correct, and correct again gandog. Mosins were made in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Albania, Czechoslovakia, and China as the T53.
 

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Correct, and correct again gandog. Mosins were made in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Albania, Czechoslovakia, and China as the T53.
A small correction: M44's were made in those countries.

If you want to have a collectable and the best shooter of the bunch, then consider a finnish MN. M39's are still under $260, B (Belgium made) barrels under $350.
 

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They arent 350 dollars rare !! 250 maybe but 350 is out of line

POLISH Model 44 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle (7.62x54R) mfg. by Radom in 1952 to 1955. Excellent-PLUS, literally UNISSUED condition with 100% bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright perfect bore. All-matching numbers, wood absolutely mar-free, includes correct new sling. Several rifles available. PHOTOS . . . $350. C&R
 

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Geo- M44's are Mosins, correct? And actually, a T53 is a T53. The Czech's made 91/38's, cut down from M91's.
 

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I DO think we are going to have to get a court order to make AH buy a dang mosin! But, at least he is talking more seriously now!!:09:
 

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tex LOL I might but one of these jewels...may be I want.

They shor are pretty arn't they !!! LOL Nice and clean and newish !!!

Soon that Stimulate check will be here and ...Naw I'll just pass may be I'll pick one up later...A.H :shrug:
 
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