Very rare, 1926 russian Hex Tula, Dragoon Era Mosin Nagant, matching serial numbers on rifle. the butt plate is force matched. bayonet serial number doesn't match, in excellent condition, arsenal refinished!
I have sold a few crates over the years and this is the last one I saved for myself. It has an eagle stamped into the reciever. When I set this to the side for myself I thought the bayonet serial number matched, well it doesnt, its wierd actually stamped really wierd a number on top, like they screwed up the serial number when arsenally refinishing it. so it can take away from value if you thik about it that way, or increase the value by being unique. The stamped eagle is rare. I may have had one other one with that stamp, but I dont remember or sure.
I am no expert on the history of the Russian Mosin nagants.below is waht I found on a google search looks jsutlike this rifle
****1926 Tula ex-Dragoon (M91/30) on 1914 Izhevsk receiver
Note the Tsarist eagle left in place on the receiver in juxtaposition to the Soviet CCCP
mark on the barrel.****
I know this is expensive, but to fidn one with an Eagle stamp on a hex receiver, you have to get extremely lucky, and buy crates of them and inspect each one for it.
I cannot and do not gauranty the accuracy fo this description. I describe items the best I can, but sometimes I get it wrong.
Used surplus TULA Russian Mosin Nagant 7.62X54R Rifle. Arsenal refinished. Matching serial numbers, including bayonet.Imported by Century Arms International.
These are the very rare Hex receiver Tulas, with the CCCP marking on the receiver. All made in the 1920's..
The rifle you will receive will be a Hex Tula with the CCCP markings and matching serial numbers. Some numbers may be force matched during the arsenal refinish.
This batch has rare, matching serial numbers on the bayonets and arsenal refinished. Underneath the grease is a refinished rifle. the stocks have scuff marks, but the guns are arsenal refinished and dipped in cosmolene. I took the stock off one to look for rust,and Didnt see any, just grease. The bayonets on these came pushed on the barrels backwards to keep the correct serial numbers matching. None of these that I have seen have been counter bored.
These are already hand picked and graded by the importer as Excellent grade, Hex tulas, etc, etc. they are all pretty much the same.
Imported by Century Arms. These are all packed in Heavy cosmolene. ** Century Arms also told me they aren't aware of any future shipments of these!*** Get them while you can.
Century Arms grades these as Excellent.
They come with bayonet, sling, ammo pouch, cleaning rod attached to rifle.
The picture is just an example, the one you actually get will have different dings, nics,and scratches. These are all used surplus, and will have nics,scratches dent dings,and signs of years of use. They have been arsenal refinished, but they are still used surplus. The importer grades these as excellent condition.
This rifle is a used surplus rifle sold as is condition, no refunds, returns, No warranty. This is a collectors rifle, and needs to be inspected by a competent gunsmith prior to shooting, and cleaned and lubed properly before shooting.. All matching numbers including the bayonet, is very rare. A few do have force matched serial numbers.