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    Mosin Nagant M44L

    Interesting vid on what would be a definite collector M44;

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    I still have mine ! I bought my M44 first, for $88, then I bought a 9130 about a year later for $92. I had the bolt turned down on the 9130, but kept the M44 pristine. I've thought about mounting a scope on the longer one but I really love shooting that M44, its a really great length for a military rifle. It's more accurate with the bayonet extended, by the way.

    I think you were standing next to me and my son at Sand Lake when we were shooting the M44, one of those years, at the 100 yard target.
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    MMMMM I will say I have 2 Mosin`s the 91/30 and the M44 both are of the 1942-1945 issues. For me when Collecting I wanted Mosin`s it did not matter Country of Origin or Amory Round or Hex. Now that Video is Just AWESOME it shows so much more to a "Mosin" and collecting them
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    The M44 was the best, even better than the M38.
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    The nice thing about the 91-30 is if you put the bayonet on it you can gig a guy over in the next county.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2111USMC View Post
    The nice thing about the 91-30 is if you put the bayonet on it you can gig a guy over in the next county.

    LOL! True.
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    I no longer have my 91/30 bayonet, I gave it to somebody at TA.net years ago. My M44 has one that is built in, and it actually shoots better when it's extended. Something about barrel harmonics.
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    The M44 is one of my favorite rifles that came out of the big war. Restored the stock on this one, had to boil it forever to strip the cosmoline. There can be some beautiful laminate hiding underneath all that shmutz.

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    I have an M38, an M44, and a Dragoon Hex Receiver 91/30. Buy a Mosin and get an advanced degree is cosmoline LOL. There are quite a few videos on Youtube where they excavate WWII battlefields. Many of the Mosins come out of the ground still intact.
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    Still kick myself for not picking up a couple when they were $80-$90 guns....but they were always on the rack and always $80-$90
    (except when on sale for $75 )
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