Mosin Nagant Model 91/30 Sniper
The Model 1891-1830 (91/30) Sniper is based on the standard rifle from 1891 to 1830 from the former Soviet Union. These guns were largely used in the 20th century. To make a version of this sniper rifles, high quality models were drawn from the 1891 to 1830 of the production line. They were examined specifically whether they meet the high quality requirements for a Sniper Rifle.
By far the most common 91/30 PU sniper rifles were manufactured in Izsevsk and they are easily recognizable to the arsenal hammer and sickle in a wreath on the top of the room, and some stamped by at least seven digits and Cyrillic characters in the left side of the room. The PU scope is simple but robust and effective. With a magnification of 3,5-power and 169mm (6.7 inches) long, and a weight of 270 g (9.5 ounce), the PU is a simple design with a three-pole European reticle, and it was faster to manufacture.
The 1891/30 Sniper rifle turned out to be an exceptional sniper, maybe even the best of World War II. The guns are mass produced, with as many as 330,000 of the sniper variants produced between 1941 and 1943. The guns were long and hard which made them use a little awkward in the field. However, despite the fact that, these guns are very accurate. The average accuracy was about 1.5 MOA with some cases far below 1 MOA. This level of accuracy is amazing for a rifle produced during the wartime circumstances and in these numbers. It is believed that many German snipers in the Second World War would have made use of the 91/30 sniper model, even over their own Mauser K98. Sniper.
On Mosin Nagant 91/30 PU Sniper is incl. Leather strap, maintenance set, oil jar and cover a scope. Snipers are all equal number, 100% original and WW2 dated. I’ve picked on accuracy and originality, all Snipers were at the test bench in Germany
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