Mosin Nagant Rifle (Dallas area)

echo1

"A free people should be armed and disciplined"
Feb 8, 2021
96
33
KALI
I've had a bunch of them as well. I'm down to an M38, an M44, and 2 Finn capture 91/30 (via Big 5). The [SA] marked rifles generally have better triggers and usually are more accurate. If you decide to sell, have interested folks send their phone number for easiest pictures. If the price is fair, the first guy will buy it. PAX
 

hornetguy

Member
Feb 21, 2021
74
18
Allen, Texas
I'll chime in.... it looks like you have more than enough interest for listing.
I don't have the long version anymore, I sold it. I sort of inherited it from my uncle, and the bore looked terrible... lots of pitting, etc. I cleaned it up, and it shot surprisingly well.
I also have a short, carbine version.. M39? that I got at a Big 5 in Lubbock about 20 years ago. They had several to choose from, so I got one dated 1954, and paid about $90 for it. It looked brand new. I don't know if it was an arsenal rebuild, or simply unused. The bore sparkled....
It's a very accurate rifle, for what it is. It really likes the S&B 180gr softpoints. My shoulder doesn't.... :eek:
It groups them into a couple of inches at 50yds, with open sights and my 60+ year old eyesight, and should be good medicine for deer/hogs, etc...
 

OLDVET

Well-Known
Dec 14, 2009
1,942
83
Richardson, Texas
I must admit I am surprised by the number of responses. I will take photos tonight and place the rifle for sale in the For Sale section.
I have the rifle (not sure what model #), a bayonet, a tool belt with a two pouch carrying case, a stainless oil container and some spare rifle parts.
I also have two brown paper wrapped 7.62x54R factory ammo and two boxes of Winchester factory ammo.
 

miniion26

Member
Aug 27, 2020
191
43
Highlands
I'll chime in.... it looks like you have more than enough interest for listing.
I don't have the long version anymore, I sold it. I sort of inherited it from my uncle, and the bore looked terrible... lots of pitting, etc. I cleaned it up, and it shot surprisingly well.
I also have a short, carbine version.. M39? that I got at a Big 5 in Lubbock about 20 years ago. They had several to choose from, so I got one dated 1954, and paid about $90 for it. It looked brand new. I don't know if it was an arsenal rebuild, or simply unused. The bore sparkled....
It's a very accurate rifle, for what it is. It really likes the S&B 180gr softpoints. My shoulder doesn't.... :eek:
It groups them into a couple of inches at 50yds, with open sights and my 60+ year old eyesight, and should be good medicine for deer/hogs, etc...
An M38, more likely. M39 is the Finnish Mosin.
 

miniion26

Member
Aug 27, 2020
191
43
Highlands
since I'm lazy today and don't want to look it up.... what is the 44? Is it another version of the carbine length? I think mine might be Romanian? I'll have to go look at it... or I could have just dreamed that up...
Could be Romanian or Chinese. That's a type 44. Should have the bayonet and a rather dark colored stock.
 

echo1

"A free people should be armed and disciplined"
Feb 8, 2021
96
33
KALI
since I'm lazy today and don't want to look it up.... what is the 44? Is it another version of the carbine length? I think mine might be Romanian? I'll have to go look at it... or I could have just dreamed that up...
An M44 is an M38 with a bayo.
 

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