Yoyosten99: I'm about to buy a buddies hex receiver Tula along with a box of 440 rounds for $200. That's great condition price. Once i look it over i might deduct some from what i pay depending on rust, cracks, and the sharpness of the rifling.
anthony ruscitto: @rabbidryan actually you couldnt be any more wrong if you wanted to be.... there were designed in 1891 or the "dragoon" rifle and they were referbished by the soviet union in 1930 and re-enginerreed slightly. and the cailber has nothing to do with the name.
Michael Myers: @Bloodklot ya i looked into it a little more and i'm thinking of getting the hex one. i feel that when a manufacturer isn't rushed to deliver a product quality in the materials isnt overlooked. thanks
Bloodklot: @envisionstar from what I understand, they started with hex receivers and then switched to round receivers later because they were easier to manufacture. I got my mosin the beginning of this year. It's a hex receiver Izhevsk with matching serials. Love it.
RJ Hayes: where did u get it?
gruelin1: Your crown is in good shape because it was counter bored. You can tell because it is missing the bluing on the muzzle. I wish I had a Tula, all my Mosins are Izzies.
Zach Thamel: where did you buy it from?
kevinsmusic: @JOHNFMKN I hate you right now for getting such an amazing gun. I just now started to get into guns.
JOHNFMKN: Not much of a differnce, but the Hex are older and a little more collectable. They also have a little bit better machining. I would pick the rifle that looks to be in the best condition over all, if you are looking for a good shooter.
Michael Myers: whats the difference between the rifle with the hex receiver and the rifle without the hex receiver? i have the option of buying either one and want to know what the difference is.
Tom Dixon: You got lucky to get a hex receiver on a 1936 Tula, damn that was a great score for sure bro
Alexn1067: mosins are a great buy, the best value when it comes to rifles
whether you pay 80 bucks or 150, you get every cent of what you paid for.
I own a 1943 war production 91/30 that has never been refurbished, its in fair condition with honest wear to the stock. Once I discovered that it was in its original condition I went ahead and ordered a 2nd 91/30. This time a 1934 Tula Hex, refurbished to almost new condition.
paid 100 for the ww2 production mosin and 160 for the pre war hex.
twombonu: I have been shooting and collecting for 40 years! The Mosin Nagant is definitely an outstanding weapon. I recommend though, switching the bolt from a standard bolt to a sniper bolt (there is a video for that on youtube). The standard bolt handle is a little short, so you always need more torque. Shooting with the longer sniper bolt handle eliminates that problem.
Otacon237: Great rifle, will definitely get one of these someday. I saw a couple of guys shooting one at the range the other day, they are LOUD! Much louder than my FAL lol.
Captain Whisky: Nice! I just picked up my '32 Tula today, hex reciever, all matching except the floorplate, which is lined out and restamped.
It's in good shape, but not as good as my '36 Izzy which also has the hex reciever and is completely matching.
Still, worth every penny. Mosins rock!
snoozlefroose: i know 01's are only for gun stores and people who sell i wouldnt do that
Charles Wooters: Wow, looks to be in great condition!
snoozlefroose: doing what?
LamboK28992: no rabbid...the 30 in 91/30 is the updated model of the 1891, the model 1930.
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.
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