Up for sale is a 1939 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, a name 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 PW Arms in Redmond, WA, this example has all matching serial numbers and comes with an original green canvas sling and leather sling attachments. It is considered to be in “very good” condition overall, with no significant damage or blemishes to note. The metalwork has better than 80% bluing, with clear arsenal and import markings and typical light wear on the high points. The Russian birch hardwood stock is excellent; it shows minimal wear, small dents, and scratches typically seen on surplus rifles. The barrel measures 29 inches in length and includes its original front sight and rear adjustable leaf sight — the bore is bright and shiny with well-defined rifling, however, there is typical darkness between the lands consistent with most rifles that more often shot corrosive ammo.
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