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    Default 5 year mark

    Had all the rifles out of the safe for inspection and oiling. Figured I'd take some pictures as my 5 year mark is just about here. Some xof these are my fathers. I just got him into collecting recently which is pretty nice.

    1892 st Petersburg






    1892 M91









    1893 chat (Balkanized)








    1893 chat finned









    1894 bernendorf bear and JSE marked M91







    1894 chat (mostly original)









    1895 chat (finger spur stock)








    1895 M91 Austrian capture non Finn or balkan











    1895 restoration project





    1896 Austrian/Finn/ Serbian use





    Matching 1893 dragoon





    1897 German capture (non Finn Balkan)







    Unit marked 1898 Finn m91







    1898 sest







    1899 dragoon restoration project










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    Part two

    My lone 91/30





    1905 dragoon





    1912 1907 carbine





    All matching 1913 1907




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    Here's the other pic for the 91/30



    Japanese capture remington(s)














    Instructie 1916 Remington


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    1917 dragoon





    New with single screaming eagle





    Us surcharged Remington and NEW











    1919 tula





    Interesting nagant




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    Wow, those are great!

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    Heck of a collection Mitch! Thanks for sharing.
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    I am looking for a pre-war or war-time M38 stock

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    I was trying to think of how to reply to this post and realized nothing is coming out of my mouth...absolutely speechless. If there is a mosin collection in heaven I'm pretty sure it looks like this! Incredible sir. Incredible.

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    You have a lot of nice firearms...probably the most flat leaf M91's I've seen together so far.
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    I think I've got to smoke a cigarette! Fabulous collection, I can't imagine what you'll find in the next 5 years...
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    What willyj said!! Tip of the old hat to you.

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    I thought "gun porn" was an exaggeration...until now.

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    I know where a few of those came from! Great collection Mitch, you got a good one!
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    Awesome. Thanks for posting!
    Now officially collecting Mosin M38s!

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    BRAVO THAT IS HOW YOU MAKE A COLLECTION !!!

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    Great looking band you got there. I am jealous of your AZF specimens.

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    That is an amazing collection. Most of us would be happy with one or two of those( but after we got them we would still want more). Thanks for the great pictures of some really rare guns.
    Gary

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    Bravo!

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    Beautiful collection, Mitch!

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    You have a very nice collection. Thanks for sharing!
    Looking for Mosin 91/30 bayonet ГС4625. Will pay well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch5690 View Post
    Had all the rifles out of the safe for inspection and oiling. Figured I'd take some pictures as my 5 year mark is just about here. Some xof these are my fathers. I just got him into collecting recently which is pretty nice.
    All killer guns . Thanks for posing up the pictures. And I always enjoy chatting with both of you at the local shows.
    Now I'm going to have to clean that rifle!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alsky View Post
    All killer guns . Thanks for posing up the pictures. And I always enjoy chatting with both of you at the local shows.
    havent seen you at any in awhile Al!

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    Wow very nice! Many nice items there for sure! So much history! I'd have to go back and see all my posts here to see what I did in the last 5 years lol! That could be interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron_Colonel View Post
    Wow very nice! Many nice items there for sure! So much history! I'd have to go back and see all my posts here to see what I did in the last 5 years lol! That could be interesting!
    Do it lol! I love more threads to go threw 😜

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    Not bad for a rookie!

    ;>)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPS View Post
    Not bad for a rookie!

    ;>)

    Well got some high bars I gotta meet! Lol

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    Absolutely great collection

    Pahtu.

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    thats what i am talking about. Great collection - thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Holy. Cow.

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    You have an incredible collection of fine Mosin Nagant's Mitch. Your collection continues to remind me of why I wish I had known of these rifles years ago. I'm 65 and started collecting 8 years ago and I'm going to run out of time to really enjoy these the way I would have wanted. I've only managed 23 Mosin's at this stage and nothing to approach yours. I certainly am proud of what I have but you have many rifles that would fill some voids for me. The stories these rifles could tell us would be spellbounding to say the least. I'll come back to this post many times for review. Beautiful collection and thank you for posting these.
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    Awesome!
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    Mitch, what is a "sest"?

    Darned rookies and their cutesy nicknames....


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    Poor spelling Martin.......He meant cyst! He should see a good doctor to get it removed.

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    Damn moiser nugant elitists 😂

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    For Pete's sake Mitch!.....It's Imperial Russian M1891 Three-Line Rifle!.....Leave your muffin-nugget on the breakfast table and the Balkan wedgie in your briefs!

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    Fantastic collection over a relatively short period, Mitch. Many folks spend decades searching for those items, with limited luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPS View Post
    For Pete's sake Mitch!.....It's Imperial Russian M1891 Three-Line Rifle!.....Leave your muffin-nugget on the breakfast table and the Balkan wedgie in your briefs!

    Lol


    thanks for all the replys guys!

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    Fantastic collection! Thanks for posting!

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    Some really nice examples of unscrubbed Chatteraults in your collection there; I have always been a sucker for those...!

    I have a few unscrubbed; they haven't been as easy for me to find as it seems to be for folks who live on the east coast... -seems like I hardly see unscrubbed Chats for sale anymore for a reasonable price, or at all period!
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    Very nice sir.

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