Mosin 7.62x54r Nagant m91 WW1 WW2 Surplus Russian German

$350.99

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Mosin 7.62x54r Nagant m91 WW1 WW2 Surplus Online

Mosin 7.62x54r Nagant m91 WW1 WW2 Surplus for sale. Numbers are close to matching but have yet to. Action works as it should. The receiver is pretty roughly made for 1941; I am not sure what that is about—good solid rifle. Bore is good. The stock looks good as well. These were made to get work done, and this one has lots of life left in it for sure!

How many Mosin Nagants were made in WW2?

By the end of the war, approximately 19.8 million m91 rifle price WW1 rifles had been produced.

What was the main Russian rifle in WW2?

The Mosin Nagant 7.62x54r rifle was a modernized version of the M1891 Mosin 7.62x54r rifle, Kimber Micro 9 Desert Night (see FIR 7509). It was the standard rifle of the Red Army during World War II. It is the sniper rifle version.

Did Germans use Russian Mosin Nagant 7.62x54r guns in WW2?

German soldiers also operated captured Soviet rifles and submachine guns, as well as artillery guns of various types, such as the 76mm field/anti-tank 7.62x54r Mosin gun, which were lost to the Soviet Red Army as they rapidly retreated eastward in 1941.

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