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Best place for Mosins

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by C-grunt, Aug 29, 2013.

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  1. C-grunt

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    A friend of mine is looking to buy his brother a nice Mosin Nagant for his birthday. He want to pick up a nice pre war 91/30. Is there some place on line that has a good selection of nice Mosins?
     
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    I ordered a Hex from Bud's a few years ago. It shipped quickly and I didn't have any issues with them. Last time I looked at Bud's the going price was about $130 for a "very good" 91/30.
     
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    Since your in AZ....

    http://www.jgsales.com/c-r-guns-c-290.html

    I know Prescott is a bit of a drive from Phoenix but at least you could look at everything they have and hand pick.

    If you want online. Classic Firearms has a good selection but the customer service is kinda iffy at times...

    http://www.classicfirearms.com/c-r-eligible

    SOG is a good place to send your C&R so you can be on their dealer list.... they always have stuff stashed away just waiting for someone to ask.

    http://www.southernohiogun.com/

    Of course Century Arms is the big daddy. Got a few of those /26\ SKS on my C&R from them and they were super easy to deal with.

    http://www.centuryarms.com/

    Will
     
  4. hang fire

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    Here is Prescott JG site. You will note they are listed graded and priced accordingly. Hex receivers are pre WW2.

    http://www.jgsales.com/c-r-guns-c-290.html
     
  5. SC Shooter

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    Try the South Carolina Gun Company (scgunco.com). The owner goes by the name of Dr. myosin Nagant. He has a good inventory and reasonable prices. I have purchased several Soviet era guns from him with no complaints.
     
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    I would try to find one locally. If you can afford it spring for a hex receiver. There is no empirical evidence that the hex receiver shoots better than a round receiver. But the hex receivers were made during peacetime. You have a better chance of getting a lightly used rifle that will shoot very well. Workmanship was better when they weren't trying to make a million 91/30 rifles every week.

    If you can't fund one locally buds is your best shot to get a quality riffle online.
     
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