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4 New mosins for the collection





#1
Got a couple of these from gunbroker and one from a fellow Mosin collector. Surprisingly nothing too expensive either.

  1. 1950 matching Hungarian 48M (standard rifle. Not ex Sniper)
  2. Original condition (non refurb) matching 1933 Izhevsk 91/30
  3. 1943 dated matching Bulgarian m91/59
  4. 1952 matching Hungarian 48M carbine (m44)

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Tophog

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#2
Nice!

If I brought those home I'd be a Baka Gaijin! (No ammo for 'em.) :)
 

42tula

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That 1933 Izzy looks like it’s in a Finn potbelly stock and has the brass capped handguard to boot. It’s probably a capture. Nice pick up, all of them are great rifles.

That Hungarian carbine is sweeeeeeeet.
 
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That 1933 Izzy looks like it’s in a Finn potbelly stock and has the brass capped handguard to boot. It’s probably a capture. Nice pick up, all of them are great rifles.

That Hungarian carbine is sweeeeeeeet.
It's in a regular 91/30 stock with no splits. No SA stamps or any other Finn stamps like the 41. The markings are in the original font on the bolt, barrel, mag plate, and buttplate. First I thought was A Spanish Civil War import. But there's no signs of that as well. It got imported somehow. But was able to avoid stamps so probably pre '64.
 

titanNV

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I remember these! Had quite a few at one point but sold them all. They were a great buy in hindsight!