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« Reply #30 on: November 26, 2012, 08:54:50 PM »

Have fun, John! I have two Mosin Nagant rifles, a Hungarian made M-44 and a Russian Model 91/59 carbine (basically a modified 91/30 mated to an M-44 stock), $79,00 for the M-44 and $99.00 for the 91/59 but that was several years ago. Reliable bolt action, many have been converted to hunting by the frugal and those who depend on hunting to provide food.
  Only as a collector item would I spend for a Nagant revolver, ammo and operation are a bit odd. They have been selling in the $80.00 to $100.00 range for the past 20 years. Of course on the other hand at a hundred bucks or so it isn't a huge investment. A better buy and shooter would be to put
the hundred toward a Russian TT33 auto, one of the many variants or a clean Makarov, the later Soviet sidearm, either should be available for less than $200.00.

http://www.russian-mosin-nagant.com/
http://www.mosinnagant.net/global%20mosin%20nagants/default.asp
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