"RUSSIAN MOSIN-NAGANT MODEL 1891/30 SNIPER RIFLE. SN BK796. Cal. 7.62 Russian. Standard Moisin-Nagant rifle with 29" bbl, standard sights with matching numbered bolt. Mounted in a 1-pc birch stock with grasping grooves and full length handguard with two bands and cleaning rod. It has an orig leather sling in the sling loops. Left side of receiver has an arsenal mounted scope base containing a 4X PE scope dated "1939" with serial number "7939". These scopes were probably made by Zeiss and sold to the Russians until about 1940. These sniper rifles are very fine & very accurate and were continuously in use from WWII through Vietnam and likely are still in use in some areas of the world. The cartridge is about the equivalent of the American 30-06. CONDITION: Fine. Metal retains 75-80% thin orig blue. Wood is sound with visible cartouches on stock & retains a hand worn patina, possibly an old arsenal restoration. Scope rail & scope are a plum brown patina with fine pitting over all surfaces. Optics are fine. Mechanics are crisp, strong bright bore. 4-31845 (2,500-4,000)"
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