1937 Izhevsk Arsenal Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant w/ Sling & Bayonet

1937 Izhevsk Arsenal Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant w/ Sling & Bayonet

Up for sale: 1937 Izhevsk Arsenal All-Matching Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant in 7.62x54R. First developed in the late 19th century, the Nagant rifle has seen many iterations. Officially known as the 3-line rifle, which stems from the Imperial Russian system of measurement, 1 line = 1/10 inch, hence .30 caliber = 3 lines (1 line = 2.54mm, multiplied by 3 = 7.62mm). At the beginning of World War II, the M91/30 Nagant was the standard issue rifle of the Soviet troops. It went on to become the most-produced rifle in history.

Imported by C.A.I., Georgia, VT, this example has all matching serial numbers and comes with an original green canvas sling, leather sling attachments, and a bayonet.

  • Make: USSR Izhevsk Plant – Imported by Century Arms –
  • Model: M91/30 –
  • Caliber/Cartridge: 7.62x54R –
  • Capacity: 5 –
  • Year: 1937 –
  • Serial Number: 9130033321 (Original; 9248 – All-matching) –
  • Barrel Length: 29 in. –
  • OAL: 48.75 in. –
  • LOP: 13.75 in. –
  • Weight: 9.75 lbs –
  • Sights: Hooded front post; adjustable rear ladder –
  • Finish / Material: Blued –
  • Action Type: Bolt-Automatic, Internal magazine-fed –
  • Condition: Excellent surplus condition; the metalwork shows only minor wear and marring; all markings are clear and legible; the Russian birch wood stock shows typical handling wear, scarring, and bruising and no significant wear or damage; the bore retains sharp, well-defined rifling and has some darkness that follows the grooves; the mechanics work as designed, the action is crisp and locks up tightly –

$725.00

Only 1 left in stock

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