russian mosian nagant--7.62x54mm

russian mosian nagant--7.62x54mm

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    russian mosian nagant--7.62x54mm

    Russian Mosian Nagant

    Great news this evening...I won the gunbroker auction for 77.00 plus 25.00 shipping comes to 102.00. So with my FFL transfer fee at 25.00 this now comes to 127.00. I think I did good...since I cannot find one locally. I love these old bolt action weapons, as well as the fact these weapons are shooters.

    Tell me what everyone thinks


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    What I think?
    I like them so well that I have 3 of them.

    Thats what I think.

    Exellent shooters, hard hitting rounds.
    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    Around here you can usually get them at Big 5 for $80. Sounds like you got a good deal considering that you needed to have it shipped. You'll want to mail order the ammo. It's normally really expensive at sporting goods shops.

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    That was my first, and still favorite rifle to shoot. Congrats on the purchase!
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    Cool...

    (I wonder what stories it could tell?)
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    Excellent deal, IMHO. I have an M44, and the model you got. Around here they retail at a local shop for 89 for the M44, and 69 for the 91/30

    I get ammo fairly cheap at gun shows. There is a lot of surplus out there, and I use soft point parvi partisan, $12a box of 20 rounds, where Winchester goes for about 20 a box. I just don't like using corrosive surplus ammo.

    Enjoy your shoulder beater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint77 View Post
    Enjoy your shoulder beater.
    I made a custom leather butt pad for mine because of this very reason. Oddly enough, this is my Lady's favorite gun of mine to shoot.

    Me: Which one do you want to shoot today, punkin'?
    Milady: (with hands behind her, one foot on tip toe, head slightly cocked and the most innocent expression on her face) The one that goes 'Boom'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by newhunter1 View Post
    Russian Mosian Nagant

    Great news this evening...I won the gunbroker auction for 77.00 plus 25.00 shipping comes to 102.00. So with my FFL transfer fee at 25.00 this now comes to 127.00. I think I did good...since I cannot find one locally. I love these old bolt action weapons, as well as the fact these weapons are shooters.

    Tell me what everyone thinks
    That gun is EASY to find at gun shows and some shops, the gun shows will rip you off most of with time because I see too much sell for $200 yet I got mine for $80 at my fav shop and it came from century, it had bayonet etc and it was made by Izmash in 1942 and all parts had the same serial number... the gun is not as accurate as my sporterized Lee Enfield .303Brit but good enough (enfield can get 1.5MOA and Mosin gets about 3MOA or so). You can shorely tell the nagant was a battle rifle, it's very rugged and looks like you can actually use it as a club and it will still function and the 7.62x54R round kicks harder than a .308 and hits harder too... it's alot of fun too and cheap to shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    What I think?
    I like them so well that I have 3 of them.

    Thats what I think.

    Exellent shooters, hard hitting rounds.
    I know I want another one for sure... a carbine version with fixed bayonet... and another Lee Enfield as well!
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    A potent and accurate rifle and a great value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newhunter1 View Post
    Russian Mosian Nagant

    Great news this evening...I won the gunbroker auction for 77.00 plus 25.00 shipping comes to 102.00. So with my FFL transfer fee at 25.00 this now comes to 127.00.

    Tell me what everyone thinks
    For $30 you can get a C&R FFL (for 3 years) and have things like that sent directly to your door, plus get FFL discounts form some of the vendors out there. Check the ATF webpage....... (The M-N is the "Wally World Walk" for the C&R FFL folks.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    What I think?
    I like them so well that I have 3 of them.

    Thats what I think.

    Exellent shooters, hard hitting rounds.
    Me To. I love them and they hate my shoulder.
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    Yeah...hard hitting on both ends...

    I would rather stand against the cannons of the wicked than against the prayers of the righteous.


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    I have 2 M44 and 1 91/30

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    I plan on getting one myself soon, there was a great article in the most recent American Rifleman about this rifle and gave me the that extra gumption to buy one.

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