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    Default SVT-40 Sniper list

    List is not updated since March 2020. Updated list is available here. Plese check!

    Sniper SVT's can be split at 2 groups
    1) Factory issued. These are sniper rifles produced in 1941 and 1942 by plant #314 Tula\Mednogorsk. In this list I will track only these rifles, that have correct shape notch with flat bottom and rounded corners.
    2) Field made snipers - these could be any SVT with factory rails and field made notch

    Also, here are few links, that will help in verification of originaility of SVT scope mount
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    1941 Tula sniper rifles

    Production period - March-October 1941
    Produced quantity (source) :
    March - 1012
    April - 3015
    May - 4106
    June - 5013
    July - 7600
    August - 7500
    September - 8000
    October - 1760
    Total - 38006

    I have assumption, that all sniper SVT's produced in 1941 by plant #314 Tula, are grouped in letter prefixes, and have numerical prefixes less then 2000.
    Most of them are additionaly marked with C mark at the righr side of the receiver, but some rifles don't have it

    1941 mount


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    1942 Mednogorsk sniper rifles
    Production period - January-October 1942
    Produced quantity (source):
    January - 2
    February - 0
    March - 310
    April - 400
    May - ?
    June - ?
    July - ?
    August - ?
    September - ?
    October - 160
    Total - 14220

    Rule "numerical prefix less than 2000" is not correct for them. Regular and sniper rifles can be mixed in one prefix, but all known sniper rifles are grouped in few prefixes.
    It is harder to gather information about 1942 SVT snipers, because they are more scarce, and I can't track 1942 letter prefixes from mounts - in 1942 only numerical prefix was stamped at mounts.
    1942 snipers don't have C proofmark

    1942 mount


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    Serial numbers of sniper SVT's produced at factory #314 (Tula\Mednogorsk)

    Preserial 1940 sniper rifles

    ИО 351 *NIPSVO test rifle, was used for PU scope tests in May, 1940.
    ИО 408*NIPSVO test rifle, was used for PU scope tests in May, 1940.

    1941

    AM 218 mount

    ГБ 273
    ГБ 277 *Dzerzhinskiy academy museum
    ГБ 543 *Museum, with experimental Skvortsov 20 round drum magazine

    ЖБ 1х0 mount
    ЖБ 134
    ЖБ 182
    ЖБ 309
    ЖБ 310
    ЖБ 398
    ЖБ 410 mount
    ЖБ 522
    ЖБ 530
    ЖБ 535
    ЖБ 725
    ЖБ 94х mount
    ЖБ 960
    ЖБ 1034 mount
    ЖБ 1075 mount
    ЖБ 1395
    ЖБ 1429 mount
    ЖБ 1х9х mount
    ЖБ 1990 mount

    ЖК 343 *NIPSVO test rifle
    ЖК 349 mount
    ЖК 535
    ЖК 598
    ЖК 1284

    ИБ 900
    ИБ 1061 mount
    ИБ 1111 mount
    ИБ 1263
    ИБ 1526
    ИБ 1862
    ИБ 1863
    ИБ 1877

    ИК 349
    ИК 475
    ИК 510
    ИК 9хх mount
    ИК 900
    ИК 923
    ИК 1024
    ИК 1075 mount
    ИК 1094
    ИК 12xx
    ИК 1400
    ИК 1503 mount

    ИМ 147
    ИМ 257
    ИМ 285
    ИМ 405
    ИМ 530
    ИМ 636 mount
    ИМ 666 mount
    ИМ 878
    ИМ 1161
    ИМ 1408
    ИМ 1678 mount

    ЛБ 513
    ЛБ 822
    ЛБ 865
    ЛБ 977
    ЛБ 1631
    ЛБ 1782 mount
    ЛБ 1842
    ЛБ 1968

    ЛК 624
    ЛК 1014
    ЛК 1335 mount
    ЛК 1497 mount
    ЛК 1892 mount
    ЛК 1989

    НА 483 mount
    НА 6хх
    НА 692
    HA 839
    НА 912
    НА 913 mount
    НА 91х
    НА 1218
    HA 1231
    НА 1374
    НА 1398
    HA 1602
    HA 1830
    HA 1960

    НБ 320
    НБ 615
    НБ 963
    НБ 1863

    НВ 1097
    НВ 1391
    НВ 1660 (no C proofmark)

    НЖ 131
    НЖ 140
    НЖ 375
    НЖ 1082 (no C proofmark)
    НЖ 1339 mount
    НЖ 1597 mount
    НЖ 1649 (no C proofmark)
    НЖ 1689 mount
    НЖ 1754 mount
    НЖ 1936 mount

    НИ 3хх mount
    НИ 353
    НИ 405
    НИ 416 mount
    НИ 597 mount
    НИ хх08 mount
    НИ 1260
    НИ 1269
    НИ 1301
    НИ 1316
    НИ 1436

    ПА 122
    ПА 462
    ПА 502 mount
    ПА 801
    ПА 846
    ПА 938
    ПА 1002 mount
    ПА 1275
    ПА 1366
    ПА 1424 mount

    ПБ - supposed "sniper" prefix

    ПВ 273 mount
    ПВ 536
    ПВ 663
    ПВ 1996

    ПГ 869
    ПГ 925
    ПГ 1390
    ПГ 1828

    ПЖ 768
    ПЖ 1804

    СА 580
    СА 650 (no C proofmark)
    СА 810
    СА 853
    CA 863
    CA 1364 mount
    CA 1460
    CA 1461
    СА 1488 mount
    CA 1620 mount
    СА 1645 mount
    СА 1746

    СБ х12 mount
    СБ 350
    СБ 1428
    СБ 1843

    CB 112 mount
    СВ 181 mount
    СВ 196 mount
    СВ 260 mount
    СВ 372 mount
    СВ 511 mount
    СВ 868 mount
    СВ 877
    СВ 1063
    СВ 1ххх
    СВ 1753
    СВ 1886

    СГ 143
    СГ 624
    СГ 747
    СГ 807 mount
    СГ 1163
    СГ 1845 mount
    СГ 1889 mount

    СЖ 411
    СЖ 816 mount
    СЖ 902
    СЖ 984
    СЖ 1x16 mount

    СИ 350

    ТБ 246 mount
    ТБ 267
    ТБ 373
    ТБ 377
    ТБ 1909

    ТВ 116 (no C proofmark)

    1942 (all don't have C proofmark)

    ДГ 3450

    ЖБ 1389

    ИБ 7465
    ИВ 1622
    ИВ 5051

    НА 7403

    НБ 104 *NIPSVO test rifle
    НБ 1757 *NIPSVO test rifle
    НБ 2525 *NIPSVO test rifle
    НБ 5125
    НБ 6927
    НБ 7200
    НБ 7398 *NIPSVO test rifle

    НВ 110
    НВ 111
    НВ 1ххх
    HB 1322
    HB 2945 *NIPSVO test rifle
    HB 3543
    HB 4381
    HB 6329

    ПА 5903 *belongs to sniper Matvey Zvyagintsev
    ПА 5919
    ПА 6574
    ПА 7049
    ПА 7804
    ПА 8843

    ПБ 634
    ПБ 1098

    СА 1620
    СА 2421 *St.Petersburg Artillery museum
    СА 3492
    CA 3935
    CA 6515
    CA 6693
    СА 7030

    СБ 687
    СБ 770
    СБ 1137
    СБ 2987
    СБ 4379
    СБ 7099
    СБ 7321
    СБ 7770

    СВ 520
    CB 1187
    CВ 6944
    CB 7238 * GPW museum, Kiev
    СВ 8550

    СГ 388
    СГ 111х
    СГ 2004
    СГ 2787 factory matching, Gunbroker

    ФА 1718
    ФА 3644
    ФА 6118

    ФБ 1516
    ФБ 2342
    ФБ 3883
    ФБ 5580
    ФБ 6877
    ФБ 7960

    ФВ 1618
    ФВ 3332
    ФВ 6223
    ФВ 6302
    ФВ 6669
    ФВ 7149

    ХА1613


    ХХ 2851 mount
    ХХ 3276 mount
    ХХ 3285 mount
    XX 5115 mount


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    NIPSVO KA (Научно исследовательский полигон стрелкового вооружения Красной Армии) - scientific research proving ground of infantry weapons of Red Army.
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    Ratnik....thank you for making this effort. Happily my presumed "correct and original sniper" (still a refurb) falls into the prefix and S/N parameters you describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drazil View Post
    Ratnik....thank you for making this effort. Happily my presumed "correct and original sniper" (still a refurb) falls into the prefix and S/N parameters you describe.
    Can you post S\N of your rifle? If you don't wish to show it all, write at least prefix and first 2 digits.
    New numbers in the list will make it more comprehensive

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ID:	670205 Ratnik...here are 2...one is mine...the other (non-refurb!) is from an auction that I failed to win.

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    Just add 2 new serials, both have new prefixes - CA and TB. TB is last prefix in 1941 and don't have C proofmark, as 1942 snipers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drazil View Post
    Ratnik...here are 2...one is mine...the other (non-refurb!) is from an auction that I failed to win.
    Thank you! Hope that you will be a good example to others, and they will also share with serials

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    Here are three of the four I have had. All are 41 Tula, all have the C proof on the right receiver and all have original notch. I will look for the fourth serial as I cannot find pictures of it.
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    Agreed, a very nice rifle though too bad about the stock.

    Can you add a pic of the bolt carrier SN? I assume it is without the Cyrillic prefix?

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    Per request I removed the notch photo. I understand the reluctance to show that detail. As to the bolt carrier # I will try. I have never dismounted it so that will require some experimentation. Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry21556 View Post
    Per request I removed the notch photo. I understand the reluctance to show that detail. As to the bolt carrier # I will try. I have never dismounted it so that will require some experimentation. Larry
    I think Vic and the rest of us have given up on the notch thing. I had this debate with him recently and he says it is a lost effort. Thanks regardless. The rifle is a treasure. It was certainly a sniper from day one and the notch, proofs, etc. are spot on. Thanks for posting.

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    Thanks for posting!!! The rifle, mount and scope are perfect!!!

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    Thanks for the kind words, but it is not perfect. I don't have a proper cleaning rod so if anyone know where I could buy one I would appreciate the information. Thanks Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike radford View Post
    I think Vic and the rest of us have given up on the notch thing. I had this debate with him recently and he says it is a lost effort.
    I agree with this. If recently main indicator of originality was notch, now it's clearly visible that 1941 sniper rifles match SN number ranges. Over 110 SN's of original sniper 1941 SVT's are known, and all of them match supposed criteria. I know only 2 regular rifles (from over 550 Tula 1941 rifles known to me) that fits supposed sniper range, both have close serials, so it can be some temporary halting. So in case with 1941 snipers it is possible to verify originality at 98-99% only by serial number.
    Situation with 1942 snipers is more difficult. They are also groupped in prefixes, bud digits in SN are random. But quantity of regular rifles with rails in 1942 is even smaller than quantity of sniper rifles (and they are also have mostly sniper prefixes). So I would say serial number (in case with 1942 snipers it will be only letter prefix) gives 70-80% guarantee of originality
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry21556 View Post
    Per request I removed the notch photo. I understand the reluctance to show that detail. As to the bolt carrier # I will try. I have never dismounted it so that will require some experimentation. Larry
    Larry:

    Thanks for posting the pictures. Great rifle.

    You should be able to see most of number on the underside of the carrier handle without disassembly.

    Cass

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    Ordered NA2704 from The Mosin Crate, comes with mount replica or not? 1941 Tula. Thanks Ncreptile.
    P.S. you should make this thread a sticky!

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    A local store has a SVT-40 with an original mount (1941 manufacture from the pics posted here) and scope.

    Here is the rub: it is Finnish captured with a serial number and prefix of AM2022. It is a 1941 Tula manufactured gun with NO "C" proof.

    I am leaning towards a non-factory gun based on the serial number itself along with the lack of a "C" proof. The seller did not want to remove the mount citing the pain of taking it off and putting it back on.

    Any opinions on the information I provided or is more needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abacab View Post
    A local store has a SVT-40 with an original mount (1941 manufacture from the pics posted here) and scope.

    Here is the rub: it is Finnish captured with a serial number and prefix of AM2022. It is a 1941 Tula manufactured gun with NO "C" proof.

    I am leaning towards a non-factory gun based on the serial number itself along with the lack of a "C" proof. The seller did not want to remove the mount citing the pain of taking it off and putting it back on.

    Any opinions on the information I provided or is more needed?
    Be careful with mounts - there are many fakes. Most common prefixes at fakes are ПА or 6Г.
    From your description I don't think that rifle is original sniper

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    Will the store allow you to take photos? If not correct sniper rifle the mounts themselves may be worth the deal but you must be very careful and get Ratniks assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    Will the store allow you to take photos? If not correct sniper rifle the mounts themselves may be worth the deal but you must be very careful and get Ratniks assistance.
    At 4k even if you sold off the gun you'd be into the mount and scope best $2.5k

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    Ratnik will answer to all your questions soon, I'm sure of it. I just must say that the notch of your rifle is pretty terrible take on it. Not original and does not even try to imitate the original. Somebody who did not know what he was doing cut the notch. Hopefully it does it's job though.

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    Just from the three pictures you posted, I don't see the "C" on the right side of the receiver. I have never seen a notch like that, Bugelson may be right in that it was done by somebody who didn't know what he was doing. Also, again just from these pictures, the mount looks like a modern reproduction mount.

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    As mentioned, notch is not a real one, and the rifle isn't a legit sniper. Mount is fake also.

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    Greeeaaaat. Skunked again for a large sum of cash. This thing better be a G_ddamn tack driver. Anyone want to buy a vowel for that last sentence? If my luck holds out it will either FTF every time or the entire breech will simply explode leaving me unharmed but fuming. We can go ahead and stem the flow of "it's fake it's fake it's fake" comments now. I will leave the photos up as examples of what NOT to buy for other newcomers to the SVT world. I knew I should have bought that '39 Luger instead. I knew those guns inside and out. Someone could have at least said "nice scope."

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    Do you have a picture of how the mount is serialized? So we know what to avoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vgreve View Post
    Do you have a picture of how the mount is serialized? So we know what to avoid.
    Absolutely. I still hold out hope the rifle prefix might check out as nobody has replied regarding that possibility. I included to badge because one just never knows who was Комите́т госуда́рственной безопа́сности. Maybe it will inspire terror in the hearts of forgers liars and thieves as it once did.
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    God I would love to have one of these but here in the great communist state of new yorkski and being a C&R license holder I would have to register it. And I am most certainly not doing that.

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    There were a few podolsk parts on the rifle, i guess during the refurb it wasnt too much of a concern. I am picking the correct parts as i find them and will of course keep everything that was original to the rifle.

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    Notch is fine. Like Msniper mentioned the rear section is beaten up by the cross pin so it has a bit weird shape. My 41 unrefurbed tula is almost the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pavlin View Post
    Notch is fine. Like Msniper mentioned the rear section is beaten up by the cross pin so it has a bit weird shape. My 41 unrefurbed tula is almost the same.
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    I have 4 of them (all on the list) and none look exactly like that. I guess it could be the result of someone "improving" an original notch with files- doesn't look like recoil damage to me. I've carefully measured the notches on mine (2 41's and 2 '42's) and they were certainly very carefully machined at Tula. Very difficult to mimic by hand with files.

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    There's no reason to improve them by filing since all known repro mounts fit as is without any modifications. I've seen many legit snipers with beat up edges mostly in the rear and this is one of them just like the other one that sold few days earlier on gb. We can only speculate that it's caused by the cross pin during recoil, there might be other reasons but I can't think of one. The notch is 100% legit and the mount will sit perfectly fine there. Wouldn't be a deal breaker for me i i'd be after it


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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysonic7708 View Post
    Messed with in terms of being cleaned and removed of reburb finish?
    Yes. I think someone stripped or sanded the stock.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruprecht View Post
    The boys in the machine shop were hung over that day. The notch looks a bit "off" to me.

    Ruprecht
    The notch on this rifle is just fine. The rear is damaged from the pin and recoil. This is common and not concerning in the slightest. The rifle is clearly authentic sniper. Serial number is correct as is the year and manufacturer. And it has the "C" on the right side of the receiver.

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    What is the purpose of the spring loaded plunger on the back end of the scope mount ? I was told by Finnbear that the cross pin that locked the mount to the receiver in the wide notch was to keep the mount in the forward position and under recoil allowed it move rearward and return it to the same location . The wide notch allowed the locking pin to be easily removed to allowing the mount to be removed in the field . But Finnbear has been know to be wrong on some things .

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    pop63: Seems to me it's the other way around- the spring holds the mount in a rearward position and allows it to move forward under recoil (ie acts as a buffer). The spring pushes the mount back into battery and the curved side of the pin rests on the similarly curved rear of the notch. Every repro mount I've tried (3) has the pin riding up too high and the pin mashes the upper corner of the notch. Interestingly, none of my 4 (which all came in the recent batches of refurbs) showed any damage to the notch. So, either they were unused as snipers or the real mounts fit properly. A few shots with one of the improperly dimensioned repros will do visible damage. Here is a couple of the shots of the notch on the Gunbroker rifle pointed out by pavlin. I still think it looks a bit strange.

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    Please add one more
    http://www.gunbroker.com/item/677727814
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    Mount fake


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    Looked like a Finnbear to me, but the $6k closing price made me think maybe it was real

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    It was a very nice and rare rifle. Mount is a FINN bear fake. But the rifle (even with the small issues which were the stoke damage, enhanced Tula star and likely heat shields replaced) was worth the final price. Congrats to the new owner. I hope they post better pictures so I can add it to my website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msniper19 View Post
    It was a very nice and rare rifle. Mount is a FINN bear fake. But the rifle (even with the small issues which were the stoke damage, enhanced Tula star and likely heat shields replaced) was worth the final price. Congrats to the new owner. I hope they post better pictures so I can add it to my website.
    Please, would you mind posting the link to your site.

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    Yes sir. It’s in my signature line below this post.

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    Please add to dtbase.
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    One more just sold on eBay.
    Please add to dtBase.
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    I also got interesting one. Looks like from sniper block but does not have notch or C on the receiver. This one is Finn captured.
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    Not a sniper

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    Default 1941 Tula/Mednogorsk

    Please add thanks!

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    Please, add to the list:
    АМ 128 Mount
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    НИ 416 Mount
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    Thank you.

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    1941 dated AM prefix snipers are very interesting (I know few more). "A" is January 1941 letter prefix, but font used for serial number is not the want that was in January 1941. It's later type of the wont that was introduced few months later. And snipers were not produced in January.. So currently is a mystery

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