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    Default SVT tool kit, pics

    Have had a number of guys asking for pics of this and I'm sorry for the delays. It was packed away. I sold my SVT.38. I bought this from Vic years ago (thanks Vic). I believe this is for the SVT.38 but could be used for the SVT.40 as well? A member here who wanted it told me it was worth about $50. I think that is a little light I never see them and when I bought it from Vic years ago (like maybe 10) they were hard to find then.
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    Nice kit Let me know if it starts to take up too much space.
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    Hambone,
    That kit would look nice with one of my SVT-38's!
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    $50 :eek: whoever offered that is cheap. Someone like myself might be able to go as high as $51 if you are looking to hit the lotto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n10sivern View Post
    $50 :eek: whoever offered that is cheap. Someone like myself might be able to go as high as $51 if you are looking to hit the lotto.
    I'll double that.

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    Thanks guys. I'm not "fishing" I just never thought about it until I saw a discussion about them. I sold my Svt.38, probably one of the nicer I've seen (only a mm mag and sewer pipe bore) awhile back to fund another purchase. I think I had kept this in the event I picked up another Svt.40 or 38. While I haven't kept track of price on these in the last decade, or even seen one, I didn't fall off a turnip truck in the middle of the night and wake up in a ditch with it in my pocket
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    Did Vic sell that as the "officer's model" since it has that fancy button?

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    Nope, but he mentioned the button as added (it looks like it was done a long time ago or period) and I was extremely happy to get the thing for my Svt as I could not find one back then. I believe I approached him asking for one, he didn't advertise it, and I appreciated him selling it to me.

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    I'll buy it back if you want to..... How's 75.00 sound?
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    I would trade you g43 pouches for it!

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    Speaking of that, not to hijack the thread, but what's an SVT mag pouch worth these days? I would love to have one. I've been looking for the tool too kit but I guess I'd better give up after seeing this thread! Nice looking kit Ham.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone View Post
    Nope, but he mentioned the button as added (it looks like it was done a long time ago or period) and I was extremely happy to get the thing for my Svt as I could not find one back then. I believe I approached him asking for one, he didn't advertise it, and I appreciated him selling it to me.
    You're right, it does look like its been there quite a while. I have SVT38 tools but not the pouch.

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    Your missing the brush and jag pull through Cass.
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    That is the product of my being cheap, ha! Instead of paying big bucks for a complete set, I kept finding partial sets and loose tools in junk boxes. I do have several brushes, but I think I am missing the slotted pull throughs.

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    New SVT40 owner and waiting on my Mosin tools to have a sorta field kit.
    Appreciate the pics as these are the first kits I've seen. I hope to get out
    within a month or so and shoot it. All the ranges here in SoCal don't like
    steel core so need a desert trip. I have some Hung HB and Olympic junk
    to use for function test/shooting (I expect it's a regulator prob as my
    friend who gave it to me said it was shooting fine then became a single
    shot (I did notice the reg adjuster is not quite square)).

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    As long as this thread is on SVT tools, I've had this one since 1991 or so. What does the S/V or whatever mean? Is this an original?

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    Its the Finnish makers mark. See the SVT section at the parent page of www.mosinnagant.net for more info.
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    I couldn't find it Vic. But IRRC, the marking is VS.
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    Here it is on the underside of a M39 rear sight. DDR
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    I'll put the name up later. Its a big one.
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    I don't want to hijack the thread, but does anybody have info where I could find SVT-40 sight adjustment tool for adjusting windage? It does not have be specifically SVT-40 tool as long it works (tried old AK-47 adjustment tool already, it doesn't work since it binds the movement of front sight). The SVT-40 that I have shoots about 8 inches to the right from 150 meters and the front sight doesn't seem to move sideways at all (it is pretty much stuck - tried combination of brass punch and small hammer also - the sight didn't move with them either).

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    Jarkko,
    You just have to be more agressive. Try unscrewing the front sight post all the way out first. Then after you get it free you can reinstall it. It moves but yours may have old dried grease in it etc..The post though goes through the front sight base so it may be stuck on that.
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    I'm a fan of soaking or slathering stuck parts with Kroil overnight as well.

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    Default SVT 40 Tools

    Here are the tools I would expect to see in a SVT 40 kit.
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