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The $99 Rifle: Mosin Nagant 91/30 Unboxing

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Published on Sep 5, 2011

During the 2nd Amendment weekend at Cabela's I purchased two 91/30 's.
This video is about the appreciation of a classic, historic firearm. The Mosin Nagant 91/30. Here is some fun Mosin history...
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Produced: 1891--1965 Approx 37,000,000 (Russia/Soviet Union) Bolt-action rifle 7.62x54R In service 1891--present Place of origin: Russian Empire, Soviet Union

The Mosin--Nagant (Russian: 7.62x54R , ISO 9: Vintovka Mosina) is a bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle invented in Belgium and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations.

Produced: 1891--1965 Approx 37,000,000 (Russia/Soviet Union) Bolt-action rifle 7.62x54R In service 1891--present Place of origin: Russian Empire, Soviet Union

The 3-line rifle, Model 1891, its original official designation, was adopted by the Russian Military in 1891. There have been several variations from the original rifle, the most common being the M1891/30, which was designed in 1930. U.S. Rifle, 7.62 mm, Model of 1916: Due to the desperate shortage of arms and the shortcomings of a still-developing domestic industry, the Russian government ordered 1.5 million M1891 infantry rifles from Remington Arms and another 1.8 million from New England Westinghouse in the United States. Some of these rifles were not delivered before the outbreak of the October Revolution and the subsequent signing of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk which ended hostilities between the Central Powers and Russia. When the Bolsheviks took over the Russian government, they defaulted on the Imperial Russian contracts with the American arsenals, with the result that New
During the interwar period, the rifles which had been taken over by the US military were sold to private citizens in the United States by the Director of Civilian Marksmanship, the predecessor agency to the current Civilian Marksmanship Program. They were sold for the sum of $7.00 each. If unaltered to chamber the US standard .30-06 Springfield rimless cartridge, these rifles are prized by collectors because they do not have the import marks required by law to be stamped or engraved on military surplus firearms brought into the United States from other countries.

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Some shooting and discussion of the Mosin Nagant Model 91/30
5-round non-detachable magazine, loaded individually or with five-round stripper clips. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmVJYB...
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