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Russian Mosin Nagant 91/30 Ex-Dragoon and the differences between pre and post war stocks

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Uploaded on Apr 7, 2010

Quick video on a 1928 Tula Ex-Dragoon 91/30 and a 1934 Tula Hex receiver in a pre war stock.

In this video I cover how to tell if a Russian 91/30 is an ex-dragoon, and how to tell if it is in a prewar / postwar stock.

The 1928 Tula Ex-Dragoon is in a post-war stock. The Tula arsenal stamp is an early stamp which states the following.

Foremost
Ordnance
Factory
USSR
at Tula

The upper receiver is also stamped with the Russian crest.

The 1934 Hex receiver Tula is in a pre-war stock.

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