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    To those who have donated time and information to this thread, I am extremely grateful. There have been some interesting trends that have developed over the past couple of years. None of this would have been evident without this thread and without the submissions from its members and other boards.

    Due to the move from the old old forum and the old new forum, we have lost information that has been submitted by it's members. With this post, I am trying to give a summation of what has been collected as of yet. I have tried to give a statistical idea of the features that will be found on these rifles. I have tried to break it down to the best of my ability. If you can't tell already, I am trying. Some things just don't come out in the wash without the big picture. And with the big picture, comes my whole database. Unfortunately, I cannot and at this time don't wish to, post my whole database. Its not ideal to post on 25 rifles at a time in pictures for over 250 rifles, and the file format is simply not supported.

    If you haven't submitted information and you have a rifle you would like to report on, please feel free to do so.

    The KEY information that I am collecting is as follows:

    Year on barrel: 1943 or 1944
    Receiver type: Hex or Round
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime,post war, or Russian partial) or Russian one piece
    Front sight type: Blade (Finnish two piece, Russian/Soviet blade, or barley corn) or Soviet Globe

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    Following this post, I will post a list of the members who should receive credit for submitting their information on the previous two boards. It wouldn't be necessary if were possible to recreate their submissions. (All three pages full.)
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    Below is a list of members who should receive credit for submitting their information on the previous two boards. It wouldn't be possible to have collected all the data without them.

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    Year On Barrel: 1944
    Receiver Type: Hex
    Stock Type: Finnish Two Piece (Round Two Finger Joint)
    Front Sight Type: Finnish Two-Piece With Barleycorn Style Blade
    Serial Number: #58697


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    1943
    Finn round finger stock
    Hex
    2-pc dove-tail sight

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    Date: 1944
    Receiver: Round
    Stock: Wartime 2-piece Finnish
    Front sight: double-stacked, notched
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    Hi Sean.

    Here is another Tikka 91/30 for your list (#71677):

    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Hex
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)

    Are you interested in Tikka M91's as well? I have a number of these.




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    Una mas:

    Year On Barrel: 1943
    Receiver Type: Hex
    Stock Type: One piece Russian(?)
    Front Sight Type: Blade (single stacked)
    Serial Number: #52491

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    Hi Sean,
    Here's my two:

    Serial Number: #55265
    Year On Barrel: 1944
    Receiver Type: Round-1939 Tula
    Stock Type: Finn pot belly (wartime)
    Front Sight Type: Blade (stacked)

    Serial Number: #61167
    Year On Barrel: 1944
    Receiver Type: Hex-1899 Tula
    Stock Type: Finn pot belly (wartime)
    Front Sight Type: Blade (stacked)

    Do you have any stats on how many came with the russian globe front sight?
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    One more,

    Serial Number: #56859
    Year On Barrel: 1944
    Receiver Type: Round-1938 Tula
    Stock Type: Finn pot belly (wartime)
    Front Sight Type: Blade (stacked)
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    Sean, my 2 are,

    Year on barrel: 1944
    Serial number: 71516
    Receiver type: Round
    Stock type: Russian one piece
    Front sight type: Soviet Globe

    Year on barrel: 1944
    Serial number: 63344
    Receiver type: Hex
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (Finnish two piece)
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    I don’t remember what I added before, so I am adding them all again…

    Tikka 91/30 for your list (#73238):
    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: round, low wall
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime) from 2 Russian M91/30 stocks; (dog collar)
    Front sight type: globe

    Tikka 91/30 for your list (#66138):
    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: round, highwall, also pinned Russian sight base (soldered on)
    Stock type: Russian wartime (screwed in rear sling slots and open front with metal strip)
    Front sight type: globe

    Tikka 91/30 for your list (#63426):
    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Hex (antique)
    Stock type: Finnish two piece, pot belly (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)

    Tikka 91/30 for your list (#64362):
    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Hex (1926 Izzy Dragoon)
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (transitional *not original to the rifle, replacement*)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)

    Tikka 91/30 for your list (#50071):
    Year on barrel: 1943
    Receiver type: Hex (?32’ Tula?)
    Stock type: Finnish two piece, pot belly (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)

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    My Tikka 91/30:
    1944
    Round Receiver
    Serial# 63516
    Standard globe site with "peg" rather than blade.
    Russian refurbished stock w/lined-thru-square refurb mark on butt and flaking shellac on forend like all the recent refurbs.
    Bolt body is numbered "MC 37" and matches the floorplate but nothing else.

    I imagine the stock must have been swapped out here in the states - otherwise how could such a 91/30 end up like this was unless it was fielded and captured by the russians?

    There is a very odd mark on the stock across from where the bolt handle is - a small "5" stamped inside the lower curl of a larger "5" (not pictured below). Sorry for the crummy pics - focusing problems with my camera.
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    Its a replacement stock. There have been a couple that have popped up as replacements. My guess is over here, which is fine. The other characteristics that are still on the rifle help the overall picture and the information that I am collecting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMCsean View Post
    Its a replacement stock. There have been a couple that have popped up as replacements. My guess is over here, which is fine. The other characteristics that are still on the rifle help the overall picture and the information that I am collecting.
    I edited it to mention the peg rather that blade front site. I take it this was fairly standard for the Finns?

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    This rifle has already been entered on this survey, but it's mine now, and I've been looking forward to doing this for ages!

    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Hex (1895 Sestroryetsk, 'AZF' marked)
    Stock type: Finnish two piece, pot belly (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)


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    Default 43 Tikka 91/30

    Year on barrel: 1943
    Receiver type: Hex
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime,Russian partial)
    Front sight type: Blade (Finnish two piece)

    SN 5189
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    SN# 70839
    date: 1944
    Round receiver
    2-piece Finnish stock, unmarked
    Globe front sight
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    Default 1942 Tikka

    Yes, I know I said 1942 and No it is not a Model 91. Sorry to bring such a controversial example to this survey, but it is a 1942 Tikka 91/30, serial number 344xx. The serial number range would be correct for very early in 1943. My guess is it was made at the end of December 1942 and the rest of the production picked up in 1943 and 1944. Details: round receiver, low wall; stacked front sight; two-piece Finn potbelly stock Z manufacture marked.

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    Care to send me pics of the rifle you are mentioning. I am interested to see what it looks like. The SN range does not fall into an early 43. Not in anything that I have collected so far. Nothing spans farther back than 50,ooo.
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    Default 44 Tikka M91/30

    Year: 1944
    SN: 71117
    Receiver: Round
    Front Sight: Russian Globe
    Stock Type: Russian Pre-war (screwed escutcheons)
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    Default 1944 Round Receiver

    Year 1944
    receiver - Round
    Stock- Finn 2 piece w/2 finger joints
    sight- Stacked blade type
    Ser# - 63741

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    Year: 1943
    SN: 53235
    Receiver: Hex
    Front Sight: Fin. two piece blade
    Stock Type: Fin. finger splice, circle-Z crossed cannons stamp on butt, screw in escut.

    Other: [SA] next to year

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    Hi Sean,

    This is my Tikka
    Serial Number=64366
    Year on Barrel=1944
    Receiver Type=Round
    Stock Type=Finnish 2 piece round mortis
    Front Sight=Bladed (stacked)
    Set as a sniper with PU scope from Century Arms

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    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Hex
    Stock type: Pot Belly
    Front site: front has notched back
    and top is flat like on a Finnish M91
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    Hello:
    S/N 56382
    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver: Round
    Stock: Finnish pot-bellied, round finger joint
    Front sight: 2 piece Finnish, blade is on backwards.

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    1943
    hex
    finn wartime
    finn blade
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    Year:1943
    Rec: Hex
    Stock:2-piece Finnish Wartime
    Sight:2-Piece Finnish
    No.:52693

    Year:1944
    Rec: Round
    Stock:2-piece Finnish Wartime
    Sight:2-Piece Finnish
    No.:62264
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    Talking Todays arrival

    I just got my Tikka 91/30 today.
    1943
    Hex Chatellerault
    Izhevsk one piece pre war stock
    Finn 2piece stacked
    SN. 51833
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    My Tikka 91/30:

    Serial: 56471
    Year: 1944
    Receiver: Round (1939 Izhevsk)
    Stock: Wartime Finnish two piece, pot belly, Z-marked, very dark in color
    Front sight: Blade (double stacked)

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    1943
    hex
    Finn 2-piece wartime
    Finn 2-piece stacked
    #51830

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    1943
    53137
    Round receiver
    Finn 2 piece round fingers
    Globe

    1944
    73529
    Hex
    Finn 2 piece round fingers
    2 piece stacked sight

    1944
    54354
    Round
    Finn 2 piece round fingers
    2 piece stacked sight

    1944
    63156
    Round
    Finn 2 piece round fingers
    2 piece stacked sight

    1944
    73273
    Round
    Russian stock
    Globe

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    Default tikka 91/30s

    Dear USMCSean-
    here are two more Tikka 91/30s for your survey:

    1. 1944 - SA - hex rec - 61043 - wartime Finn stock - refinished with very intact Czarist crest on rec - elevated blade front sight - exc condition + bore

    2. 1944 - SA - round rec - 57166 - wartime Finn stock - refinished - Soviet hooded globe front sight - exc condition + bore

    Both were hand picked by myself at Century in VT #2 had arsenal tag and both shoot with outstanding accuracy - 2" groups at 100m with no special ammo or effort.

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    Default Tikka 91/30

    1944
    Hex Receiver
    Finn 2 piece stock (two finger splice)
    Stacked front sight
    Ser # 63901

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    New one today
    1943
    Hex (1897 Tula)
    2 piece Finn round finger stock
    Stacked front sight.
    #50727

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    Default Finn 91/30 1942&1944

    Year, 1942 #34453
    Rec. , Round
    Stock, Finn 2 piece wartime
    Ft. Sight, Finn 2 piece

    Year, 1944 #61189
    Rec., Hex
    Stock, Finn 2 piece wartime
    Ft. Sight, Soviet Globe

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    Default Tikka 91/30 '44

    Better late than never,

    Year 1944, SN 71832, round receiver 1939 Izhevsk, Finn stacked front sight with bolt on protector, war time round finger two piece Finn fish belly stock with wire hangers.





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    1944
    hex
    russian one piece
    soviet globe
    # 64991

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    Default New to me 1944 Tikka 91/30

    I recently picked this up off another board member.


    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Low wall Round
    Stock type: Russian one piece (refinnished by the Finns)
    Front sight type: Soviet Globe
    SN# 71223

    Finn matched bolt, mirror bore and I couldn't be happier with my first Tikka!

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    Sean,

    Too tired to post images tonight but have had these two Finn 91/30s:

    1944 Tikka
    SN# 65149
    Octagonal Receiver
    Russian one-piece stock
    Soviet globe front sight

    1944 Tikka
    SN# 62852
    Octagonal Receiver
    Finn 2 piece stock
    Finn built-up front sight

    New one posted yesterday

    1944 Tikka
    SN# 56510
    Round 1937 Tula Receiver
    Finn 2 piece stock
    Finn built-up front sight

    Tiledude

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    Just got this one earlier this week-

    1944 Tikka
    S/N 61797
    1937 Izhevsk round receiver
    Finn 2 piece wartime stock
    Stacked, notched blade front sight

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    Talking Tikka 91/30

    Hi everybody.
    My first post in this wonderful forum from a french Mosin Nagant afficionado.
    I own a (very little) collection with three MN, all finnish and I appreciate them a lot.
    I will try to share pics of them in the other forum.

    Here is my Tikka 91/30 for your list (#56804):

    Year on barrel: 1944
    Receiver type: Round (1939)
    Stock type: Finnish two piece (wartime)
    Front sight type: Blade (double stacked)

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    Default Finnish M-91

    I have a Finnish M-91, serial number 16634, SA marked, and re-barreled by TIKKI in 1940. It has 2 piece Finnish stock, and what feels like a 2 stage trigger pull. The reciever is octagonal and has what may be a Austran-Hungarian capture mark.

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    1944
    Finnish two piece (square finger joints, post war, I think)
    Hex receiver
    Globe and post

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    50230 Hex, 43, globe FS, Finnish Stock, auction
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    Tikka 91/30
    Year on barrel 1943
    Hex receiver, French made with what looks like a grease hole
    Double stacked blade front sight
    SN 51833

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