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    Default New mosin

    While I have Soviet, Polish, Hungarian, and Romanian M44s, I never had a Chines T53. Was at the local pawnshop, saw a Mosin with awesome wood, said, "Hey is that that (overpriced!) Hungarian M44 you've had for a while?" "Nope, just got it in."
    Excellent bore, all matching, WITH cleaning rod. I'm a happy boy.

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    Beautiful

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    Very nice example... and also hard to come by these days. Congrats on a nice rifle.

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    Hard to find a matching one. I would have bought that too.







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    Very nice!
    Laugh hard and often.

    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol' Relic View Post
    Hard to find a matching one. I would have bought that too.
    For a steal, too.

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    are there a lot of scratches on the stock running butt to barrel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bplvr View Post
    are there a lot of scratches on the stock running butt to barrel ?
    If you're asking what I think you're seeing, no. There are scratches on the butt, though. See below.

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    So I cleaned it up this evening before banishing it to the safe, but if there's an import mark it's below the woodline.

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    Fine!

    What kind of size bayonet this carbaine?

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    Very nice gun! Was the bluing removed? Worn off? Or did the Chinese not always blue their Mosins?

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