Somebody Help Me!

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by gandog56, May 26, 2010.

  1. gandog56

    gandog56 Member

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    I just can't stop buying Mosin Nagants!

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  2. oscarmayer

    oscarmayer New Member

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    oh so you're the guy responsible for them drying up in the local IL gun shops. I've been on the look out for a m38 or m44 shooter grade for a few months, had one and loved it until it was stolen :( want to sell or trade on of yours?
  3. gandog56

    gandog56 Member

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    Umm, I think I've only got one of them in Illinois, and that one was the first one when I did not yet have a C&R.
  4. wpage

    wpage Active Member

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    You have a compulsion.
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    nothing wrong with buying all them Mosins :D

    Kudos :)
  6. TRAP55

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    You don't help yet, I only count 8.......I've given away or sold that many, just so the rest would fit in the safe. It's a sickness!:D
  7. Floyd D. Barber

    Floyd D. Barber New Member

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    You have many sturdy, quality, functional relics. What's the problem? :cool::cool:

    I have two currently, a hex Tula 91/30 with matching numbers, and a well used M 44 with lots of "charcter".
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  8. Austing

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    I'd quite gladly buy one of each model if I had the money and could find them all. Good luck getting a m91 Dragoon which hasn't been import marked, or captured and re-marked. That should be a couple thousand dollars.

    I remember getting my M91/30, from a Russian veteran of WWII. I wonder, however, if it isn't a rearsenaled rifle rather than his original, as the finish comes off when you tough it. This is most common with rearsenaled WWII Mosin 91/30s, as the Soviets used a cheap yellow-brown shellac. Either way, it only cost about a hundred dollars. (He also sold me a wool trenchcoat, best thing I ever bought as far as cold weather clothing, you just CAN'T get cold no matter how hard you try. It also doesn't get too hot, as it is a little loose. That thing weighs about 20lbs.)
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  9. xm774u

    xm774u Former Guest

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    :D be thankful it has not spread yet! im on my 4th ar and thinking about a fifth .ssshhh . you may want to consider a veagan girlfriend lol:eek:
  10. gandog56

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    Oh, have to fix that......
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    Would need a wide angle lens to get them ALL!
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    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    NICE! There is no such thing as too many, IMO!
  12. gandog56

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    1 New England Remington
    1 Finn M39
    2 Finn capture SA stamp Barreled 91/30's
    1 M38
    1M44
    1 91/30 hex
    1 91/59
    2 91/30 round


    yep, that's 10
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