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Discussion in 'Mosin Nagant' started by MJ11, Aug 15, 2010.
Cool, when and where did you find that?
Wow!!!! So yeah were did you find that?
Now that's a neat rifle. How much did it set you back, and where did you find it?
I received it in '04 from a guy in So Cal named Marcus. At the time two cases came in and they went for $400. You see them sledom today and they run $500 to $600. I washed the grease off with paint thinner.
What is the arsenal stamp on the bolt handle (PIC OF IT) ?? And how do you know it is unfired ??
I just said that to brass you off. That and it's never had a round through it. And Marcus had two boxes or 20 of them all the same. And maybe I was handling these Russian rifles befor your were born unless your older than me. LOL
What are the specs of this rifle? Year and arsenal? The Yugos never made MNs, but did restock some. Is that what you mean by Yugo?
Well you will have to ask MARCUS over on gunboards he can give you about six pages on the history of the Yugo PU snipers sent by Russia in 1945 to Tito's thugs. Shot story was most of the KX run was mass converted to PU scopes and sent to Joseph Broz. You should know this I would think.
I have seen a couple of Yugoslavian 91/30 snipers for sale on Gunbroker. The last one I saw sold for $800 bucks if I remember correctly.
You sure are lucky to have a wife(or is it your girl friend?)that would pose for that picture.
My wife hates guns,and can't understand my fascination with them.
I must say that I'm jealous.
Cool, learn something new then!
I have a picture of her shooting an MP5 HK at Knob Creek in '93 on the trail walk I will have to scan. 38 years this month.
Congrats on the 38,You're a lucky guy.
I'm very lucky thanks.
good to see she can hold down the fort, while you're running to the underground bunker (basement) for more ammo! happy anniversary!