Just sitting here and got bored so I went to the local dealer to see what he had. Walked out with a Tula 91/30 dated 1926. This gun is absolutely perfect! NO dings in the wood and no scratches on the metal. The blueing is 100% and all matching numbers. It even came with a bayonet, sling, ammo pouch and oil bottles. It still has the red varnish on the metal for the sling holes. I would have bought it just for the bayonet alone since they are hard to find at a reasonable price. Even the bayonet has matching numbers. All the proof markings on the receiver are crystal clear and the bolt is the smoothest and shiniest of all my Mosin's. I spent hours polishing the bolt and handle on my M44 and it still doesnt look as nice as this one does. According to the Mosin-Nagant.net website, it appears to be a converted Dragoon rifle because of the proof marks and the C.C.C.P. mark. If so, it looks like it has been stored every since the conversion. I only have one problem. I cant display it above my fireplace because with the bayonet attached, its too long and wont fit!!