Sunday, September 26, 2010

1934 Hex Receiver Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant 91/30



Well I didn't get to go to that gun show... I slept right through my alarm! After doing some thinking it would be wiser to buy an Arsenal AK-74 which costs twice as much but as my friend said "With arsenal you get quality, with Century Arms International you wonder if the builder had his ration of vodka that night or not" Here's a pic of my Mosin Nagant I took a few minutes ago for you guys. I absolutely love the furniture on this gun. Also my German Flecktarn parka just came in the mail from Swisslink.com! I'm rather amazed at how fast this blog is taking off! Thanks everyone for your input. It is greatly appreciated.

43 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful looking gun.

    We're not enthusiasts or anything, but we have a collection of 21+ rifles and shotguns, just sort of piled up over time. Father owns a military-surplus tire business, so by default you get a lot of ex-military, and they're always willing to do trades.

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  2. very sweet looking gun... they don't make em like that no more...

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  3. Ive always loved this gun ever since CoD 2 lol

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  4. never been to a gun show before.

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  5. dang, have you been trying to find ammo for that beast?

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  6. @beerandchips. Thats the best part! You can get 440 rounds for under 100 bucks.

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  7. That's an awesome parka, how much did it run you?

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  8. It was 33 bucks after shipping. I need to get the arms lengthened tho. I have looong arms. Heres the link.
    http://www.swisslink.com/products/coats_parkas_jackets/german_flectarn_parka-36-127/

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  9. Hmmmm nice post looking forward to more in the future cant wait always following you mate
    cya

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  10. At first glance I thought this was a blog about Day of Defeat haha. But upon closer inspection it's much cooler than that! =D

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  11. cool man, old guns are always nice

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  12. Cool gun, ak74 don't you mean an ak47? or is that a different version, sorry I know nothing about guns.

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  13. @darkmax You're right it is a different version. :) The AK-47 was introduced in 1947 and fired the 7.62x39mm round and the AK-74 was introduced in 1974 firing the 5.45x39mm. The AK-74 is really just a modernized AK-74 that fires a different round. There's a lot of detail you can go into about the differences of the two but I won't do that right nowl :) Maybe a new post will cover that in the future!

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  14. damn man, that thing is gorgeous.

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  15. Wow... thats a very nice gun, have had the pleasure of firing a similar one at the range, my friends. The feeling is overwhelming.

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  16. I love old guns... and this rifle realy is one legendary piece of weapon industry

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  17. Beautiful gun, shame you slept through the gun show :P

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  18. Thanks for the comments on my last GTL blog post.

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  19. old guns have this feeling to it, where the engineer had a passion making them it's incredible

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  20. Sweet rifle man. I would go with the Arsenal AK. No reason to risk your life over a little bit of money.

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