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Finnish M39 Rifle - SKY Manufacture, Mosin Nagant Action, Model M 1939 Rifle 7.62x54R - 9 rifles From 10/02/2017

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Finnish M39
Hex Receiver
5 Rd Bolt Action
7.62x54r caliber
SKY Manufacturer 

Country of Manufacture Finland
License Requirement Curio and Relic
Manufacturer Finland
Mfg. Part Number M39
UPC 000000000000
Caliber/Gauge 7.62x54R
Action Bolt
Threaded Barrel No
Free Shipping No
Flat Rate Shipping No

Finnish M39 Rifle - SKY Manufacture, Mosin Nagant Action, Model M 1939 Rifle 7.62x54R - 9 rifles From 10/02/2017

Availability: Out of stock

  |  Item #: LNG-FINN-M39-RIFLE

MPN: M39 |  Email to a Friend

M39 Finnish Mosin Nagant Rifle, SAKO, SKY, or VKT Manufacture, 5 Round Bolt Action, Surplus,  7.62x54r Caliber. These are all SKY rifles as represented in the video on 10/02/2017. See Video contained in e-mail.   2 rifles at 349.99, 2 rifles at 319.99 and 4 rifles at 299.99. 1 Rifle at 269.99
Closeout - Rifles should all be functional but there are No Returns at these prices 


Video: Unboxing the final shipment of Finnish M39 Rifles


Video: IraqVeteran8888's Video Tour Of Our Final Shipment of M39 Rifles


Video: BigDaddyHoffman1911's Finnish M39 Rifle Review!

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  • Finnish M39 Rifle - SKY Manufacture, Mosin Nagant Action, Model M 1939 Rifle 7.62x54R - 9 rifles From 10/02/2017

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Updated Info Oct 02 2017  - These are all SKY rifles as represented in the video on 10/02/2017. See Video contained in e-mail.   2 rifles at 349.99, 2 rifles at 319.99 and 4 rifles at 299.99. 1 Rifle at 269.99
Closeout - Rifles should all be functional but there are No Returns at these prices 



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Of all of the items we have ever been able to bring to the market place over the past 25 years, this is perhaps the one we are most proud of. When I first got into the gun business 28 years ago there were a few of these on the marketplace and everybody just went bonkers over them. And then they just dried up. 

In fact, many of you who are newer to the surplus rifle market will not even be familiar with the M39s and understandably so. The Finnish Arsenals have been out of them for some time now and as such there has been very limited to almost no availability of these on the US. market over the last several years. 

Now make no mistake about it, in this industry you often hear "these are the last of them so get them while you can..." and in some of those cases new shipments surface down the road even though our importers said there were no more.  That is the unpredictable nature of the surplus market.  However, in this case, we are very confident in saying that you simply will not find these available again in large quantities, neither here in the states nor anywhere else, as the Finnish do not have any more.  

The Finnish Arsenals have been depleted of these M39s for decades and with the exception of a very small lot that trickled in a few years ago, the last major shipments that did come into the country a long time ago were these very rifles. They have been meticulously stored until now and we are happy to have acquired them. 

About the rifles. - I could talk forever and write my own articles concerning these rifles. The M39 Finnish Mosin has been my favorite surplus bolt action rifle of all time ever since I first obtained one and pulled the trigger on it back in the mid 80's. They are accurate, well balanced, and built like tanks. They also just have a certain essence about them that other surplus rifles simply do not have. 

The Finns took a basic M91/30 rifle and redesigned it to maximize it's potential. The barrels are approximately 3 inches shorter than the M91/30 while being beefier and well rifled. It was engineered to maximize the 7.62x54r round efficiently utilizing the powder for maximum effectiveness while more fully stabilizing the bullet in flight. 

As a result these things are just accuracy personified and if you think your M91/30 rifle is accurate just wait until you pull the trigger on one of these. 
The sights are greatly improved, the stocks are more ergonomic and user friendly, and the triggers are enhanced. Heck even the magazine has been improved to ensure smooth and efficient feeding of the rounds up into the chamber. 

As I said I could go on and on about these but a number of expert authors have already done that far better than I could and I am posting a few links to those articles at the bottom of this column. 

Condition  -  We are listing these rifles as Good, and overall they are quite nice. However, as  we have said time and again, whenever you deal with a group of surplus, there is always a best one in the bunch and a worst one in the bunch with all of the rest being somewhere in between. 

Many of the rifles will have varying degrees of bluing wear, or some mottling of the color on the metal. In a very rare instance there may even be some light surface rust on areas of the metal surface... but it is certainly not common to the lot and anything with excessive rust will be sorted out.

Also, while some of these have wood that is really nice ( with the exception of light storage marks which is common to almost all of them ) , other stocks may have dents , dings, discoloration, or even some slight cracks in the wood in either the butt stock or the hand guards. .....Also please know that many have factory stock repairs and we do not grade a rifle down due to a factory stock repair. In fact the way the Finns did stock repairs it tends to actually add not only strength but character to the rifle and we do not see this as a detriment to the firearm.

Many will also have the teardrop pattern splice on the lower portion of the stock which is a factory build technique and common to a certain percentage of virtually all Mosin Nagant type rifles. We do not grade up nor down for this feature as it is common for the Mosin family of rifles, especially the M39s, and does not adversely affect function or value. 

About our grading. We actually graded these as we boxed them as we could easily tell the nicer condition ones from the more standard condition ones. As far as choosing whether to pay the hand select fee please know this. Grading of surplus is very subjective and we did our best using both years of experience and a trained eye to be honest in trying to get the buyer their additional monies worth for a hand select. Having said that please know that hand select does not guarantee perfection. In other words, in choosing hand select, we judged the overall rifle, as opposed to other rifles in the group and if it fell in the upper spectrum of the condition scale, as opposed to the more standard condition of the overall group, then we considered it a hand select.

Also, as mentioned before, we have found that a few of these rifles have slight cracks in the stocks. Frankly this is not terribly uncommon in the M39 due to the age of the rifles and the birch wood that the Finn's utilized when manufacturing their stocks. We bring up this point to say this. While we have been diligent in removing any rifle with a function impairing crack, or even a crack of any significance, you may still run the risk of receiving a rifle with a crack that we have missed or consider non function impairing. We sincerely believe, based on our current grading procedures, that the risk of  getting a rifle with a stock crack of any significance out of this batch of guns is small. Having said that, we are human and in working with a quantity of this size, we could have missed something. Therefore, if the slight risk of receiving a rifle with a small, non function inhibiting crack somewhere on the stock or handguard is a deal breaker, then we encourage you not to place an order.

About Hand Select - Any time you are deaing with surplus firearms they will inheritantly have a certain amount of wear, the hand select option in these cases are going to be offered in order to get you a firearms that is better than the average ones in the lot. It does not guarantee perfection and when you are dealing with surplus rifles that are at 70 to 80% condition overall even a hand select will still be far less than 100 %.  No where is that more true than with the M39 rifles. In hand selecting for these we look for a rifle that is better overall than the remainder of the group. In some cases a hand select rifle could have substantial bluing wear (which is common to these rifles) but a nice stock. In other cases we may choose a hand select rifle that does not have a great stock or shows more dents and dings then we would like, but the bluing and overall appearance of the metal may offset the stock to the point of it qualifying overall as hand select. It is important to remember that these rifles as nice as they are are very old and have seen military service. The wear on these rifles reflects the history and collectors value to a great degree but it is there and can even be expected to a lesser extent on the hand selects. If that is a deal breaker then again we encourage you not to order one.  

In closing I will tell you this. These rifles have brought a level of excitement to our warehouse that I have never seen before, and we are a very jaded bunch. Not only are they a great highly functional, extremely accurate rifle, they are also a tremendously collectible rifle that garners a great deal of respect within the collectors community, and a sure fire investment that will gain value and be worth more tomorrow than what you are paying for it today. 

Articles:

Finnish M39 at MosinNagant.net

The most deadly Mosin in the world, the M39 at Guns.com

Specifications and Markings at 7.62x54r.net

What you see below is an actual unsolicited comment posted to our facebook page by Jon Thomas - Jon is professionally known as Vic Thomas, Acclaimed  Writer and Owner / Moderator of the 2 largest Websites pertaining to all things Mosin Nagant in the world.  Vic wrote The Claws of the Lion  which you can read at the Finnish M39 link above and is considered one of the worlds foremost authorities on Mosin Nagant Rifles and especially the Finnish M39's. ....
We are honored to re-post this here with his permission. .... Thank You Vic for this rousing endorsement. 

Jon Thomas If you don't own one of these rifles or do and wanted another this is a golden opportunity to add another to your collection at extremely competitive prices. These have been selling for 50 to 100.00 more in the past few years and this is a chance that can't be missed. I've collected Mosin Nagant rifles for over 32 years and operate the two oldest and leading websites that pertain to the subject www.gunboards.com andwww.mosinnagant.net and this opportunity can't be missed. These really are the end of an era in regard to rifles being the last of he line. I have many Finnish colleagues who have inquired as to obtaining some of these rifles for their collections as they can't be found easily in Finland any longer. Classic has truly the last of the lot and the best of the lot as these rifles came from long term war reserve storage and were maintained as new in the event they should be needed again. Not until 1993 were they surplused and by 2005 the remaining reserves depleted. These guns have been in warehoused storage since then. If you ever wanted a Mosin Nagant this is the one you should own. I've personally won several CMP bolt action matches with this rifle and placed several other times with it. It's a downright shooter in every respect. Fantastic rear tangent sight coupled with a windage adjust arable protected front sight makes for a fantastic sight picture and very finely adjustable for different conditions. If you love Finnish Mosin Nagant- here's your chance to own one in as issued condition.

Specifications

Product Specs

Finnish M39
Hex Receiver
5 Rd Bolt Action
7.62x54r caliber
SKY Manufacturer 

Country of Manufacture Finland
License Requirement Curio and Relic
Manufacturer Finland
Mfg. Part Number M39
UPC 000000000000
Caliber/Gauge 7.62x54R
Action Bolt
Threaded Barrel No
Free Shipping No
Flat Rate Shipping No

Manufacturer's Description

M39 Finnish Rifle - VKT Manufacturer, Bolt Action, 5 Round, Mosin Nagant, Model M 1939 Rifle 7.62x54R -  9 rifles total at 4 different grades from 10/02/2017