Just a couple photos of my M91/30 Mosin Nagant rifle. It’s a hodgepodge, like just about every Nagant on the market today, but at least the receiver, barrel and trigger group are original parts. As far as I can tell, anyway.
Either way, the majority of this rifle was made in the Tula plant in 1938. It’s in great shape. The bore is in great condition, the stock isn’t original, but it looks good and has a nice coat of that beautiful red lacquer the Soviets put on everything.
That said, it’s still a Mosin Nagant. The pre-war Tula parts are kind of rare, but it’s still not worth more than $150. It puts bullets where I want them, though, and it’s a nice little piece of history.