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Rarest mosin in the world. There are many like it, but this one is mine, and that makes it unique.
all matching 1928 Izzy ex dragoon. Not that rare in and of itself, but I like the serial
Oh hai. Meet my 1928 izhevsk dragoon. Not an ex.
Is fun, nothing crazy, all matching ebin bayonet. Brass caps pretty.
couple of questions, nuggetbros
1. where's the best place to get a nugget and milsurp in general? southwestfag here so gun shows suck and most all stores are either full fudd or full tacticool, what do
2. how hard is it to find gallery/low recoil loads? I fucked up my shoulder pretty bad a year or two ago and I really want to be able to enjoy the gun without being totally crippled for the next 2 or so days.
Pulled from box with orange stuff
well fuck. I thought you could buy gallery loads.
secondary question, does anybody make a recoil pad for these big fuckers? I'd imagine at this point there'd have to be a few good ones.
>inb4 "how dare you rape a mosin"
I'd rather not fuck up a previously bad injury
I'm seriously considering buying a 1900 year izhevsk or a 1915 year izhevsk m91 Mosin Nagant which will cost me a total of 530 canadabucks including shipping and taxes (for individual rifle). I'm still waiting on the pictures of the condition f the rifles, but I know that they are Finnish capture with original Russian furniture (but with swivel slings) and the 1900 one is counterbored. From one side it seems like a huge waste of money when I compare it to a cheap surplus nugget which I can buy for just under 200 (already have one), from the other side, it seems like a pretty decent deal when I compare it to the price of ex-snipers and sniper reproductions. Also considering that nugget prices are slowly creeping up, I think that it will be somewhat of an investment too (not because it's a nugget but because of its age). Ultimately I have this fetish to own a really old nugget but I'm not sure if it's worth my syrupdollars.
Help me /k/omrades
>$380 in burgers
That's pretty high for just a Finn-captured M91; I paid $185 for mine back in 2014. How common are M91 in Canadia?
I can't say for sure but on the west coast you only have access to m91/30s for 179.99-199.99 (before taxes and shipping), specifically hex receivers go for upwards of 239.99.
Private sellers online usually list their rare nuggets for insane prices and are in general uncommon to find in online listings
dank cyanide nuggets, brothers
no, russian warehouse smells like glorious cosmoline.
Broham, they know, and they are having fun. Let people have fun. ya know...in your autistic mind, its an illogical activity for mental simulation and pleasure without useful focus or effort? Irreverence?
>What does all that crylac say to be honest
>Pervyye Tul'skiye Oruzheynyye Zavody Rossiyskaya Sovetskaya Federativnaya Sotsialisticheskaya Respublika
First Tula Arms Factory Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.
unissued B barrel in essentially 100% condition
>Be Russian conscript
>Be given glorious suicide rifle
>Not given ammunition, can't just shoot self
>Cyka blyat, germans!
>Be German soldier
>Be in Russia shivering balls off
>Enter destroyed building in Stalingrad
>30 Russian soldiers begin licking their rifles furiously, screaming gibberish
Just another day on the Eastern Front.
>be me june last year
>inna fun show
>dude has a 91/30 hex receiver from 1933
>wants $250 for it
>get him down to $225 and 40 rounds plus sling
>go home and finger fuck nugget
I have 12.
Two more, a VKT and a Finnish capture 91/30.
Nuggets on the front page.
Broken nugget. Anons try and fix.
No, just empty hulls and cases.