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whos got the cheapest mosins?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by murdoc rose, Mar 5, 2010.

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  1. murdoc rose

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  2. Al LaVodka

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    Who!? ComBlock milsurp-buying Americans. But there's a hidden cost in that they have to swear they're the best guns ever made and most useful for any purpose whatsoever for eternity. The rest of ours version of Hades!
    Al
     
  3. rocinante

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    classicarms.us has a good supply now
     
  4. zhyla

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    I've avoided these guns so far. Guns should be more expensive so that I don't buy them so often.
     
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    check out sovereignguns.com and click on the link to their gunbroker account. They have a range of prices and conditions. I live near their shop, so no shipping charges for me:neener:
    plus, their "in shop" prices are cheaper than their online prices, local market and all that
     
  6. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    I'm trying to buy so many that I corner the market - then I can charge $120 for them! This may take awhile though....
     
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    I will sell you one for $1000. They are good guns.
     
  8. zhyla

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    Now see that would be a more interesting thread... who paid the most for their Mosin?

    I got an Arisaka T99 for free, that's my current project. Found a bolt for it for $45, hopefully it shows up this weekend but otherwise it was free. You can't turn down guns for free.

    I have been eyeballing Mosins lately. I like that the ammo is cheap. So many varieties, different countries, etc. Maybe one will fall in my lap one of these days.
     
  9. murdoc rose

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    I've got a couple but would like to pick up some extra cheap ones for safe fillers while i can still get them, also need to fine me a nice m44 too but that will come later
     
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    I would never have purchased a Mosin, but when purchasing my Yugo M48A a few years ago, the lady taking my order over the phone at SOG asked if I'd like to hear their "weekly specials". Instead of the usual "nope", I went the "let's hear it" route for some unknown reason and it lead me to a $49 arsenal refurbished Mosin. Not a bad deal, IMO.
     
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  12. AutumnsDad

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    I picked one uo at Big 5 for $99. Doesn't really help much if you don't live near one though...
     
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    How bout somebody with in-stock m44's?
     
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    aimsurplus usually has a steady run for a fair price
     
  15. Palehorseman

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    My neighbor, I got a $25.00 MN 91/59 from him.
     
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    lol i paid 125 for serial numbers matching 1944 date 91/30 i believe is model, this had no scratches on stock the gun had hardly any wear and tear on barrel. im pretty sure it was a parade gun
     
  17. rustychevy

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    A week ago I picked up a 91/30 at Mills Fleet Farm for $99.99
     
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    I once bought an M28/30 for $100 at a pawn shop. Haven't done better than that though.
     
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    they are all inexpensive, do not spend 50 bucks trying to save 20

    Ron
     
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