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Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle, Bolt Action 7.62x54R - Our Most Popular Rifle

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  • 7.62x54r caliber
  • 5 round bolt action
  • Wood stock
  • Round receiver

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Manufacturer Russia
Mfg. Part Number 91/30 Round
UPC No
Caliber/Gauge 7.62x54r
Threaded Barrel No
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Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle, Bolt Action 7.62x54R - Our Most Popular Rifle

Availability: In Stock

  |  Item #: LNGM9130-RND
MPN: 91/30 Round |  Email to a Friend

Historic Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant rifle, 5rd Bolt Action 7.62x54R caliber.

Please Note: Due to the high demand and limited availability, our Hex Receiver options on these rifles have already sold out.   We may find a very few more toward the end of the run and if so we will add this option back to the site at that time.
 
* We are now offering a Hand Select option for best of 10 overall cosmetically for an additional charge of only $15.00.

* We have discovered some crates that have bayonets inside that are serial #'ed to the rifles.  As such we are now also offering hand select for matching bayonets.  Now it takes a  little extra effort to sort though and match up the right bayonet, to the right rifle, but while supplies last, for an additional $10.00 hand select charge we will do that for you.  If you select this option the bayonet will have a stamped serial # that matches the primary stamped serial # on the receiver of the rifle.  Without this option you will still receive a bayonet but it will not have a matching serial number.

Note: For multiple rifles in different configurations, simply add them to your cart individually.

Looking for a quantity of rifles and like to save money with the luck of the draw?  Buy a full unopened crate of 6 unrefinished rifles for only $1080 plus shipping and you'll get a random mixture exactly as they shipped to us.  View our rifles by the crate page here.


Check Out Brutus' Description below for further details. 

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Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle, Bolt Action 7.62x54R - Our Most Popular Rifle

Historic Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant rifle, 5rd Bolt Action 7.62x54R caliber.

Please Note: Due to the high demand and limited availability, our Hex Receiver options on these rifles have already sold out.   We may find a very few more toward the end of the run and if so we will add this option back to the site at that time.
 
* We are now offering a Hand Select option for best of 10 overall cosmetically for an additional charge of only $15.00.

* We have discovered some crates that have bayonets inside that are serial #'ed to the rifles.  As such we are now also offering hand select for matching bayonets.  Now it takes a  little extra effort to sort though and match up the right bayonet, to the right rifle, but while supplies last, for an additional $10.00 hand select charge we will do that for you.  If you select this option the bayonet will have a stamped serial # that matches the primary stamped serial # on the receiver of the rifle.  Without this option you will still receive a bayonet but it will not have a matching serial number.

Note: For multiple rifles in different configurations, simply add them to your cart individually.

Looking for a quantity of rifles and like to save money with the luck of the draw?  Buy a full unopened crate of 6 unrefinished rifles for only $1080 plus shipping and you'll get a random mixture exactly as they shipped to us.  View our rifles by the crate page here.


Check Out Brutus' Description below for further details. 

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Brutus' Description

We are so excited to finally be able to bring these great rifles back to you once again!

Now believe me, we are sensitive to the fact that in the surplus gun industry we always hear the phrase "These will be the last ones ever," and sometimes that turns out to not always come true.  Many of us have admittedly been guilty of crying wolf in the past but know that in those cases we are simply passing along what we are told.

In this case, we are told by the importer that is the last shipment of M91/30 rifles allowed out of the Ukraine due to the Russian agression in that region.  Given the political landscape in that region and general chatter in the industry, we feel strongly that this is true and that these will be the last ones imported, at least for the foreseeable future, and we paid the premium required in order to procure them and be able to offer them to you. We have assurances that we got them all... and we are proud to be able to bring them to you now.

We are also told that these were the last group of rifles remaining in a particular arsenal and that these rifles were actually just in the beginning stages of transit when the Russian's moved into Crimea and occupied the eastern part of that region. These rifles were delayed  many times along the way as both physical and diplomatic roadblocks hindered their progression during every step of their transport. The transport permits were stalled time and again and much persuasion of different sorts had to be applied to the right people along the way.  In other words it took a Herculean and very costly effort  to finally get them to a safe port for export and get them out of that region.... but to our great relief,  they are finally here.

As for pricing - We were willing to pay a premium for these rifles that we have never before paid for M91/30 rifles. As such we do expect some people to look at our pricing and have sticker shock.  That is understandable as these rifles are priced somewhat higher than they have been in the past and if you deem these too expensive at this price that is certainly your right. All you have to do is not buy them.

We paid what was required to obtain these rifles because we still think that they are a tremendous value even at this price point, and it is our firm belief that even if more become available somewhere down the road,  they will be even more expensive in the future. Nagant rifles have been somewhat underpriced for a long time now, and if any of the remaining quantities do become available somewhere in the distant future, we fully expect the prices to rise.  

Now - About the rifles.  These are Russian made M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle 7.62x54r caliber, 5 round Bolt Action.  Mother Russia's most historically proven early battle rifle and the most popular selling rifle by far in the 25 year history of our company.  And why not, these fine rifles have been meticulously maintained in Russian arsenals before being released for export and they look great.  Not only are they 100% functional, but they have a reputation for being reliable, hard hitting, and extremely accurate.  The 7.62x54r round was the Warsaw Pact heavy caliber from the early 20's until modern day, so surplus ammunition is very plentiful and extremely affordable.  This renown cartridge is more powerful than a .308 and ballistically rivals our 30/06 caliber.  This round is more than adequate for harvesting any Big Game animal in North America.  Rifle is extremely accurate up to 300 plus yards with open sights and is capable of accuracy out to 1000 yards with proper optics.

Without a doubt the Mosin Nagant M91/30 provides by far the most bang for the buck of any rifle on the market today.  Here you have a rifle capable of taking any big game in North America at respectable yardage, fires affordable ammo, and can still be obtained for less that the price of a high end pellet rifle. No wonder we have sold thousands upon thousands over the past 25 years. 

We were told by the importer that this group of rifles actually emptied out a particular storage arsenal and based on the way we received these rifle, we tend to believe it. We have never before seen the mixture of small and large crates and packing configurations that we received in this particular lot and the assortment of rifles that they contain are fascinating. 

As for the overall condition of the rifles... Obviously we have not seen every rifle but from what we have seen these look really good overall.  Expect some light scratches , storage marks or finish wear, but overall, these are nice .
Now we always tell people in regards to ordering surplus, that if you are expecting to get a brand new Belgium Browning condition wise when you order one of these then don't order one, chances are you will be disappointed. But we have seen a lot of surplus M91/30s, and by surplus M91/30 rifle standards... these are nice.

But don't take my word for it..

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and even though I have written close to that here I encourage you to look at our pictures and watch the accompanying video of us opening a few crates for inspection. The video reflects a random sampling of the actual rifles that will be packed and shipped and should be a good representation of what you can expect to receive. 


Watch the Video Here

We currently offer these rifles in 2 different choices. Round Receiver Izhevsk, Hex Receiver Izhevsk,  All will come with a bayonet, ammo pouch and field tools.  

The Mosin Nagant M91/30 is a rifle that carries tremendous historical significance and the future ability to be abe to bring these fine rifles into the U.S. or even to get them out of their home country is uncertain...  Get yours today. 

Concerning Tula Rifles.... If you have a Tula rifle currently on order, we feel confident that we will be able to fill the order. 

Concerning Remaining Tulas.....  See Below

We are still in the early stages of sorting and grading these rifles with the vast majority of crates ( as of 4/ 23 /15 ) still palletized and unopened. and we are boxing and shipping as we go. From our review of the first several cases , ( as seen in our video ) and based on  prior experience, we knew  that a certain percentage of these rifles would be Tula or Tula hex and as such advertised them for sale right out of the gate. Needless to say that the response to these 2 options was tremendous. Very quickly we had already sold through, or at least very close to, the total # of tulas that we expect to find in the shipment.

As such, and to avoid  the risk of overselling, we had to pull the Tula option from the site. We are convinced based on our best estimates that we have already sold the vast majority of Tulas that will be available to us in this batch. However, if after completeing the project, there are any small quantities of Tulas remaining, we will re-post to the site. My advice would be to not hold out on the hopes of a Tula... if we do have any left down the road it will be a very small quantity, and the Ishevsk options are very nice, and at a much better price. 

A note about Tula Mfg as opposed to Ishevsk Mfg on these rifles.  - If you are not familiar with the M91/30 rifles you may wonder what is all the fuss about when it comes to Tula versues Ishevsk. Frankly, I have been in the business for 25 years, have sold thousnds upon thousands of these rifles, and I still wonder why some would pay a premium for one over the other myself. The story is this. There were 2 differnent manufacturing Arsenals in Russia that produced these weapons, Tula, and Ishevsk. Both produced rifles to the exact same spec and if the receiver markings were not on the rifles I would defy anyone to ever be able to tell the difference between them. They look the same, perform the same, and the quality of workmanship is the same.

The difference is in the receiver markings. The Tula rifles have a 5 pointed Russian star on top of the receiver, while the Ishevsk will either have no markings, which is rare, or stampings of a wreath with a Russian hammer and sickle emblem which will be the vast majoruty of them. Now markings on any of these rifles either Tula or Ishevsk vary from rifle to rifle based on wear and how deeply they were originally stamped. As such you could always get a Tula with shallow markings, or an Ishevsk with very crisp , clear markings or vice versa.  That is the only difference. 

As such there is really no practical reason to prefer a Tula over an Ishevsk from a performance standpoint.

Tula rifles do command a slightly higher premium on the market place  however for 2 primary reasons.

1 - There were fewer rifles overall made by the Tula plant so the Star marking is somewhat less common

and

2 - People really seem to like that Star marking on the receiver.

Now to me, a firearm is a tool and an implement intended to achieve a result. That result should be effectively and accurately launching a projectile at your intended target. If that is your goal then any of these fine rifles will certainly allow you to meet your objective. 


Manufacturer's Description

Historic Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle, 5rd Bolt Action, 7.62x54R caliber. Great shooters, accurate, powerful, arguably the most rifle for the money in the History of the World!

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Product Specs
  • 7.62x54r caliber
  • 5 round bolt action
  • Wood stock
  • Round receiver

License Requirement Curio and Relic
Manufacturer Russia
Mfg. Part Number 91/30 Round
UPC No
Caliber/Gauge 7.62x54r
Threaded Barrel No
Free Shipping No
Flat Rate Shipping No

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Hitting paper at 25-50-100 yards
Review by Tyler on 5/17/15
Quality
This is an *update* to my recent order of the HEX Izhevsk Mosin Nagant I ordered from the latest batch of crates from Classic Firearms(2015). Took it out to the range the other day and it’s a shooter! I was shooting some Tula and Wolf (no mil surplus ammo) and I was getting decent groups at 25-50-100 yards but consistently high right. After some research I found out that is how the Soviets made them right out of the factory. The soldiers were taught to aim for the belt buckle. So overall, I was doing my part and the rifle was doing its part I am satisfied. After some more range time and training I should have it dialed in where I want it. The mountains were ringing with the pounding echoing sound of 54R! Go get one and see for yourself!
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Oh, If this rifle could talk the stories it would tell....
Review by Tyler on 5/12/15
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Hello Classic Firearms and other firearm enthusiast,

I received the email notification of the announcement of Classic Firearms newest shipment of Mosin Nagant 91/30. The email said they had crates of Tula Hex/Round and Izhevsk Hex/Round!! I logged on the computer to look at placing my order about 15 minutes later. After refreshing the page all of the Tula’s Hex’s were SOLD OUT! I had been really wanting a HEX receiver for a long time now so I chose to go with the Izhevsk HEX. I placed my order and received a confirmation. The next day I checked the website and all of the TULA round receivers were SOLD OUT!

Classic firearms had announced in their description that this was the “last batch” of Mosins to leave Ukraine….Classic Firearms has admitted they just pass on what they hear from the importer and general rumor among the surplus crowd….and I believe that to true. If people want to complain about the price on these then they are welcome too….BUT…..in case anybody has been living under a rock for the past year I will tell you that political sanctions and the Invasion into Ukraine has been disturbing the shipments of Mosin Nagants. I tend to believe that these are getting harder and harder to find….Get yours while you still can…

I knew Classic Firearms was probably swamped and backlogged dealing with all of the orders they received. Oh, if this rifle could talk the stories it would tell. I received a beautiful dark colored, matching numbers (even the bayonet), Hex Receiver Izhevsk dated of “1931”. Looking it over I see a few dings and marks but overall an excellent rifle. There is no cosmoline to be found which is fine by me because I don’t have to clean it. It brings up an interesting thought of why no cosmoline but more research will tell. The bolt cycles very smoothly and it has not been counter bored. Buying online can be risky not being able to see what you’re getting but I highly recommend classic firearms as a great company and their descriptions are very accurate. As for me, well it looks like I need to purchase some ammo and hit the range!
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Review by The Mosin Nagant Channel on 5/8/15
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Thank you for a great looking Mosin Nagant
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You will not find better!
Review by Z2941 on 5/19/15
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I am extremely satisfied with my purchase! I ordered an Izzy Hex receiver. Upon receipt not only was it a hex receiver but a 1927 with everything being matching numbers including the bayonet (which I did not ask for). The bore is beautiful and the stock has only some minor scratches/dings. I pulled it apart and had to clean very little. I have not fired it yet but I'm sure it will fire flawlessly. Cabelas had Mosins at $169 but the quality was atrocious compared to the product Classic is sending out.
This was my 2nd purchase from Classic. My first being a Yugo M70 ABII underfolder. They are top notch when it comes to the product and service they provide. Quick shipping and quality product. If you are on the fence about purchasing from Classic, don't be. Jump and make your purchase. You won't be disappointed. I'm sure I will be making other purchases in the future.
Good but bad shipping
Review by Seylan on 5/16/15
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This gun is really good! All matching numbers (except bayonet). The stock is pretty bad, chips all over it. I don't mind it but the shipping took too long!
No surprise here
Review by Scott on 5/16/15
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I check the Classicfirearms web site pretty often and I couldn't believe it when I saw they were offering Mosin 91/30's again! I checked at just the right time because there were still some Tula's available so I jumped on it. Good thing too because the next day that option was gone. When I received it from my FFL about a week later it was no surprise I got what was advertised and what I ordered: A wartime Tula round receiver from 1942!
The metal was about 90% original blue and the rest arsenal refinished with that black stuff but very nice none the less. The wood was perfect as far as no dents or scratches. The finish didn't matter because I was going to refinish the stock anyway but what great condition. The people at Classicfirearms.com have never disappointed me, what a great purchase!
1930 TULA Hex
Review by JoeG on 5/13/15
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I received my Mosin M91/30 yesterday. I unboxed it after getting home and WOW this is a beautiful rifle. Talk about a piece of history. The stock is beautiful, the metal all in excellent shape. The TULA serial number for 1930 on this rifle is 31 and all numbers match including the bayonet. I am very happy with this being my first Mosin. Thank you Classic Arms for getting me the TULA Hex and hand selecting this rifle. We will be doing more business soon.
Nice rifle
Review by Lloyd on 5/13/15
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Good rifle numbers matched haven't shot it yet has a few small ding but I really can't compla thanks I'll defin do business again
Accurate
Review by Jim on 5/12/15
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I just purchased my first Mosin. New 2015 batch. No extras no options. Round receiver. Gun arrived in 2 weeks at FFL. No Cosmoline.Just a bit of oil and gun grease. I cleaned it with a cotton rag. I'm not sure if that was even necessary. I took it to the range. I am an amateur shooter. I thought it shot great! At 50 yards 12 of 15 shots were hits within 3" of center bullseye. 3 shots were within 5". The gun shoots very similar to my 8mm Mauser, but with a little less kick. I highly recommend it. This gun is great!
Tula :|, Tula :), Tula :))
Review by mikelv on 5/11/15
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Ordered 3 Tula Hex on this most recent shipment got a 32,34 and 35.

34 was ok and will be used for modern conversion. Upper hand guard is light rest of stock is dark. The #s are force electro pencil match and has some rust here an there, nothing heavy. Bolt was actually wet and had some surface corrosion but cleaned up ok. Bore dark with good rifling.

32 has the best stock light colored no nicks and Numbers matching with strikeouts on the mag latch. Bore is almost nearly shiny and rifling is Very strong. Very happy with this rifle.

35 is all numbers matching even the bayonet (bayonet is strike thru match) Stock is very nice Med dark. Bore is fantastic. Never seen a shiny bore on a Mosin before, Great rifling looks nearly new. Love it

All 3 had bayonets, accessory pouches, cleaning kits and oil bottles. 2 round double oil bottles, 1 square double oil bottle. One loose cleaning kit, one in plastic bag, one in original issue canvas pouch. All 3 cleaning kits missing brush but that's kind of common.
I'm very happy with the 32 and 35, disappointed with the 34 but at least this way I won't loose sleep over drilling the receiver for a scope mount.
Had to do 4 stars because of the 34 though.
The Best Yet ; a 1932 Izhevsk in a very light-colored wood stock
Review by Deadly in OKC on 5/11/15
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This hex receiver 1932 Izzy was in a very light colored stock and was refurbished at the Molot Arsenal. The rifling was excellent and was not counter-bored. This Mosin Nagant.91/30 stands out because Molot highlighted the sight range marks, magazine serial number, butt plate serial number, and barrel serial number with red paint (all numbers matched!). There were a few light scratches and small gouges because the rifle was loose in the original Molot box without any bubble wrap or paper to pad it during shipping. However, the scratches were touched up with Old English Furniture Scratch Remover and the gouges were filled in with some Elmer's Wood Putty. Then, four coats of Tru-Oil buffed with 0000 steel wool and some Stock Sheen completed this project that makes it the best looking Mosin Nagant in the collection. Next, off to the range to see if it shoots as good as it looks. Thanks Again, Classic !
Nice
Review by Russell on 5/10/15
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I received a overall nice correct war time 1943 rifle. Thanks classic.
Excellent Rifle!!!
Review by Jonathon on 5/9/15
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This is definitely one of the nicest Mosins in my collection. Its a nice 1936 Tula Hex receiver. The barrel and steel are a nice deep black. The bore is very clean with sharp rifling and no counterbore. The stock is in excellent condition with only two small scratches on the finish, which is about as good as it gets for a crate Mosin. Numbers matching with no strike outs, penciling etc even numbers matching bayonet with full accessory kit minus the strap.

I was really surprised with how little cosmoline was on the rifle, but not complaining LOL. Definitly recommended and may buy another regular 91/30 if this batch is all like the rifle I got.
Really nice M91/30
Review by JG on 5/8/15
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JUST PICKED UP MY 1934 MOSIN NAGANT TULA HEX. I HAVE TO SAY THAT FOR A 81 YEAR OLD RIFLE ITS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. I HAVE SEVERAL MOSINS AND THE ONE I JUST RECIEVED FROM (CLASSIC FIREARMS) IS NOW MY FAVORITE. ALSO BOUGHT A 440 SPAM CAN OF RUSSIAN AMMO WITH A ENCLOSED (CAN OPENER). THANK YOU CLASSIC FIREARMS.
Better Than Advertised!
Review by avardcurt on 5/8/15
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As a recent interest turned collector of the Mosin/Nagant Rifle, these offered by Classic Firearms are some of the best quality I've come across. Excellent pricing and super fast shipping have sold me on CF as my "Go To" company for these beauties. Mine came with great furniture, few nicks or marks, better bluing left than expected, 1939 manufacture date from the Tula plant, a bore not as dark as most seen, good lockup with bolt, and just an overall better than expected rifle. Great job CF, Top Drawer in every respect!!!
1933 Tula Hex.
Review by jws10 on 5/8/15
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Received my 33 Tula Hex today. The rifle was in excellent condition. Minor knicks and scratches in the stock. Very pleased with my first experience with Classic Firearms.
Very pleased!
Review by Paul on 5/8/15
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I took advantage of the latest offering from Classic Firearms concerning their recent batch of M91/30s. At first, I was a bit put off by the higher cost, but realized that in the current environment, I may not have the chance to purchase one of these rifles for a while. So, I dove in so to speak.

What I got from the good folks at Classic is a numbers matching, 1943 Izhevsk. No strike outs, no electro pencil, no force match. All four locations for the serial number had the exact same font and alpha numerical serial number! Not to mention the inside of the barrel is very shiny, with strong lands and grooves. It was only with a magnifying glass that I was able to see very, very minor pitting inside..

On the bottom of the barrel, between where the barrel meets the lower hand guard, about 7" in front of the receiver, is a spot of rust about the diameter of an oval quarter. It cleaned up ok, and I don't suspect I should have a problem with the rifle.

The furniture on this particular specimen was nothing too spectacular, with only a few small blemishes that one should expect from a rifle of this vintage and purpose. It is a Mosin Nagant, a rifle that in my opinion has a considerable amount of character and flaws. Which when combined, I find attractive with this particular make and model.

Overall, I"m very pleased with the condition of the rifle, and would not hesitate to purchase from Classic Firearms in the future. Hopefully they can continue to get and/or keep the M91/30 in stock with minimal increases if any in the cost.. Only time will tell.

I suspect this latest example from Classic Firearms will be a great shooter, and look forward to taking it out this deer season.

Thank you.
Beautiful
Review by Rich on 5/7/15
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Just picked this up at my FFL. I still have to clean it up (not much needed by first look) and take it to the range, but this is a beauty! Thank you.
Excellent
Review by stogie305 on 5/7/15
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To tell you the truth I was suprized by the condition of the rifle. I was expecting something a little more "blemished" the riffling, would, and overal condition of the rifle was compareble to a slightly use weapon. I was originally going to hack it up and give I a modern look but it's just too pretty. Thank you guys over at classic for delivering quality.
Mosin Nagant the Nazis nightmare
Review by Frederick on 4/28/15
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This is a poor mans hunting rifle, it shoots with authority and with strength durable in extreme cold and heat weather conditions if I lived in the wilderness like in Montana, Wyoming, or Alaska I would bring two of these bad boys at this price one to shoot big game and the other for protection at the cabin. I have 5 of these rifles to include the hex and sniper version and all I can say is the Nazis in WW2 underestimated this rifle and many met their end at the end of one these Russian workhorses in the battlefield.

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    We are so excited to finally be able to bring these great rifles back to you once again!

    Now believe me, we are sensitive to the fact that in the surplus gun industry we always hear the phrase "These will be the last ones ever," and sometimes that turns out to not always come true.  Many of us have admittedly been guilty of crying wolf in the past but know that in those cases we are simply passing along what we are told.

    In this case, we are told by the importer that is the last shipment of M91/30 rifles allowed out of the Ukraine due to the Russian agression in that region.  Given the political landscape in that region and general chatter in the industry, we feel strongly that this is true and that these will be the last ones imported, at least for the foreseeable future, and we paid the premium required in order to procure them and be able to offer them to you. We have assurances that we got them all... and we are proud to be able to bring them to you now.

    We are also told that these were the last group of rifles remaining in a particular arsenal and that these rifles were actually just in the beginning stages of transit when the Russian's moved into Crimea and occupied the eastern part of that region. These rifles were delayed  many times along the way as both physical and diplomatic roadblocks hindered their progression during every step of their transport. The transport permits were stalled time and again and much persuasion of different sorts had to be applied to the right people along the way.  In other words it took a Herculean and very costly effort  to finally get them to a safe port for export and get them out of that region.... but to our great relief,  they are finally here.

    As for pricing - We were willing to pay a premium for these rifles that we have never before paid for M91/30 rifles. As such we do expect some people to look at our pricing and have sticker shock.  That is understandable as these rifles are priced somewhat higher than they have been in the past and if you deem these too expensive at this price that is certainly your right. All you have to do is not buy them.

    We paid what was required to obtain these rifles because we still think that they are a tremendous value even at this price point, and it is our firm belief that even if more become available somewhere down the road,  they will be even more expensive in the future. Nagant rifles have been somewhat underpriced for a long time now, and if any of the remaining quantities do become available somewhere in the distant future, we fully expect the prices to rise.  

    Now - About the rifles.  These are Russian made M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle 7.62x54r caliber, 5 round Bolt Action.  Mother Russia's most historically proven early battle rifle and the most popular selling rifle by far in the 25 year history of our company.  And why not, these fine rifles have been meticulously maintained in Russian arsenals before being released for export and they look great.  Not only are they 100% functional, but they have a reputation for being reliable, hard hitting, and extremely accurate.  The 7.62x54r round was the Warsaw Pact heavy caliber from the early 20's until modern day, so surplus ammunition is very plentiful and extremely affordable.  This renown cartridge is more powerful than a .308 and ballistically rivals our 30/06 caliber.  This round is more than adequate for harvesting any Big Game animal in North America.  Rifle is extremely accurate up to 300 plus yards with open sights and is capable of accuracy out to 1000 yards with proper optics.

    Without a doubt the Mosin Nagant M91/30 provides by far the most bang for the buck of any rifle on the market today.  Here you have a rifle capable of taking any big game in North America at respectable yardage, fires affordable ammo, and can still be obtained for less that the price of a high end pellet rifle. No wonder we have sold thousands upon thousands over the past 25 years. 

    We were told by the importer that this group of rifles actually emptied out a particular storage arsenal and based on the way we received these rifle, we tend to believe it. We have never before seen the mixture of small and large crates and packing configurations that we received in this particular lot and the assortment of rifles that they contain are fascinating. 

    As for the overall condition of the rifles... Obviously we have not seen every rifle but from what we have seen these look really good overall.  Expect some light scratches , storage marks or finish wear, but overall, these are nice .
    Now we always tell people in regards to ordering surplus, that if you are expecting to get a brand new Belgium Browning condition wise when you order one of these then don't order one, chances are you will be disappointed. But we have seen a lot of surplus M91/30s, and by surplus M91/30 rifle standards... these are nice.

    But don't take my word for it..

    They say a picture is worth a thousand words and even though I have written close to that here I encourage you to look at our pictures and watch the accompanying video of us opening a few crates for inspection. The video reflects a random sampling of the actual rifles that will be packed and shipped and should be a good representation of what you can expect to receive. 


    Watch the Video Here

    We currently offer these rifles in 2 different choices. Round Receiver Izhevsk, Hex Receiver Izhevsk,  All will come with a bayonet, ammo pouch and field tools.  

    The Mosin Nagant M91/30 is a rifle that carries tremendous historical significance and the future ability to be abe to bring these fine rifles into the U.S. or even to get them out of their home country is uncertain...  Get yours today. 

    Concerning Tula Rifles.... If you have a Tula rifle currently on order, we feel confident that we will be able to fill the order. 

    Concerning Remaining Tulas.....  See Below

    We are still in the early stages of sorting and grading these rifles with the vast majority of crates ( as of 4/ 23 /15 ) still palletized and unopened. and we are boxing and shipping as we go. From our review of the first several cases , ( as seen in our video ) and based on  prior experience, we knew  that a certain percentage of these rifles would be Tula or Tula hex and as such advertised them for sale right out of the gate. Needless to say that the response to these 2 options was tremendous. Very quickly we had already sold through, or at least very close to, the total # of tulas that we expect to find in the shipment.

    As such, and to avoid  the risk of overselling, we had to pull the Tula option from the site. We are convinced based on our best estimates that we have already sold the vast majority of Tulas that will be available to us in this batch. However, if after completeing the project, there are any small quantities of Tulas remaining, we will re-post to the site. My advice would be to not hold out on the hopes of a Tula... if we do have any left down the road it will be a very small quantity, and the Ishevsk options are very nice, and at a much better price. 

    A note about Tula Mfg as opposed to Ishevsk Mfg on these rifles.  - If you are not familiar with the M91/30 rifles you may wonder what is all the fuss about when it comes to Tula versues Ishevsk. Frankly, I have been in the business for 25 years, have sold thousnds upon thousands of these rifles, and I still wonder why some would pay a premium for one over the other myself. The story is this. There were 2 differnent manufacturing Arsenals in Russia that produced these weapons, Tula, and Ishevsk. Both produced rifles to the exact same spec and if the receiver markings were not on the rifles I would defy anyone to ever be able to tell the difference between them. They look the same, perform the same, and the quality of workmanship is the same.

    The difference is in the receiver markings. The Tula rifles have a 5 pointed Russian star on top of the receiver, while the Ishevsk will either have no markings, which is rare, or stampings of a wreath with a Russian hammer and sickle emblem which will be the vast majoruty of them. Now markings on any of these rifles either Tula or Ishevsk vary from rifle to rifle based on wear and how deeply they were originally stamped. As such you could always get a Tula with shallow markings, or an Ishevsk with very crisp , clear markings or vice versa.  That is the only difference. 

    As such there is really no practical reason to prefer a Tula over an Ishevsk from a performance standpoint.

    Tula rifles do command a slightly higher premium on the market place  however for 2 primary reasons.

    1 - There were fewer rifles overall made by the Tula plant so the Star marking is somewhat less common

    and

    2 - People really seem to like that Star marking on the receiver.

    Now to me, a firearm is a tool and an implement intended to achieve a result. That result should be effectively and accurately launching a projectile at your intended target. If that is your goal then any of these fine rifles will certainly allow you to meet your objective. 


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    Historic Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Rifle, 5rd Bolt Action, 7.62x54R caliber. Great shooters, accurate, powerful, arguably the most rifle for the money in the History of the World!
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    • 7.62x54r caliber
    • 5 round bolt action
    • Wood stock
    • Round receiver

    License Requirement Curio and Relic
    Manufacturer Russia
    Mfg. Part Number 91/30 Round
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    Caliber/Gauge 7.62x54r
    Threaded Barrel No
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    Hitting paper at 25-50-100 yards
    Review by Tyler on 5/17/15
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    This is an *update* to my recent order of the HEX Izhevsk Mosin Nagant I ordered from the latest batch of crates from Classic Firearms(2015). Took it out to the range the other day and it’s a shooter! I was shooting some Tula and Wolf (no mil surplus ammo) and I was getting decent groups at 25-50-100 yards but consistently high right. After some research I found out that is how the Soviets made them right out of the factory. The soldiers were taught to aim for the belt buckle. So overall, I was doing my part and the rifle was doing its part I am satisfied. After some more range time and training I should have it dialed in where I want it. The mountains were ringing with the pounding echoing sound of 54R! Go get one and see for yourself!
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    Oh, If this rifle could talk the stories it would tell....
    Review by Tyler on 5/12/15
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    Hello Classic Firearms and other firearm enthusiast,

    I received the email notification of the announcement of Classic Firearms newest shipment of Mosin Nagant 91/30. The email said they had crates of Tula Hex/Round and Izhevsk Hex/Round!! I logged on the computer to look at placing my order about 15 minutes later. After refreshing the page all of the Tula’s Hex’s were SOLD OUT! I had been really wanting a HEX receiver for a long time now so I chose to go with the Izhevsk HEX. I placed my order and received a confirmation. The next day I checked the website and all of the TULA round receivers were SOLD OUT!

    Classic firearms had announced in their description that this was the “last batch” of Mosins to leave Ukraine….Classic Firearms has admitted they just pass on what they hear from the importer and general rumor among the surplus crowd….and I believe that to true. If people want to complain about the price on these then they are welcome too….BUT…..in case anybody has been living under a rock for the past year I will tell you that political sanctions and the Invasion into Ukraine has been disturbing the shipments of Mosin Nagants. I tend to believe that these are getting harder and harder to find….Get yours while you still can…

    I knew Classic Firearms was probably swamped and backlogged dealing with all of the orders they received. Oh, if this rifle could talk the stories it would tell. I received a beautiful dark colored, matching numbers (even the bayonet), Hex Receiver Izhevsk dated of “1931”. Looking it over I see a few dings and marks but overall an excellent rifle. There is no cosmoline to be found which is fine by me because I don’t have to clean it. It brings up an interesting thought of why no cosmoline but more research will tell. The bolt cycles very smoothly and it has not been counter bored. Buying online can be risky not being able to see what you’re getting but I highly recommend classic firearms as a great company and their descriptions are very accurate. As for me, well it looks like I need to purchase some ammo and hit the range!
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    Review by The Mosin Nagant Channel on 5/8/15
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    Thank you for a great looking Mosin Nagant
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    You will not find better!
    Review by Z2941 on 5/19/15
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    I am extremely satisfied with my purchase! I ordered an Izzy Hex receiver. Upon receipt not only was it a hex receiver but a 1927 with everything being matching numbers including the bayonet (which I did not ask for). The bore is beautiful and the stock has only some minor scratches/dings. I pulled it apart and had to clean very little. I have not fired it yet but I'm sure it will fire flawlessly. Cabelas had Mosins at $169 but the quality was atrocious compared to the product Classic is sending out.
    This was my 2nd purchase from Classic. My first being a Yugo M70 ABII underfolder. They are top notch when it comes to the product and service they provide. Quick shipping and quality product. If you are on the fence about purchasing from Classic, don't be. Jump and make your purchase. You won't be disappointed. I'm sure I will be making other purchases in the future.
    Good but bad shipping
    Review by Seylan on 5/16/15
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    This gun is really good! All matching numbers (except bayonet). The stock is pretty bad, chips all over it. I don't mind it but the shipping took too long!
    No surprise here
    Review by Scott on 5/16/15
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    I check the Classicfirearms web site pretty often and I couldn't believe it when I saw they were offering Mosin 91/30's again! I checked at just the right time because there were still some Tula's available so I jumped on it. Good thing too because the next day that option was gone. When I received it from my FFL about a week later it was no surprise I got what was advertised and what I ordered: A wartime Tula round receiver from 1942!
    The metal was about 90% original blue and the rest arsenal refinished with that black stuff but very nice none the less. The wood was perfect as far as no dents or scratches. The finish didn't matter because I was going to refinish the stock anyway but what great condition. The people at Classicfirearms.com have never disappointed me, what a great purchase!
    1930 TULA Hex
    Review by JoeG on 5/13/15
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    I received my Mosin M91/30 yesterday. I unboxed it after getting home and WOW this is a beautiful rifle. Talk about a piece of history. The stock is beautiful, the metal all in excellent shape. The TULA serial number for 1930 on this rifle is 31 and all numbers match including the bayonet. I am very happy with this being my first Mosin. Thank you Classic Arms for getting me the TULA Hex and hand selecting this rifle. We will be doing more business soon.
    Nice rifle
    Review by Lloyd on 5/13/15
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    Good rifle numbers matched haven't shot it yet has a few small ding but I really can't compla thanks I'll defin do business again
    Accurate
    Review by Jim on 5/12/15
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    I just purchased my first Mosin. New 2015 batch. No extras no options. Round receiver. Gun arrived in 2 weeks at FFL. No Cosmoline.Just a bit of oil and gun grease. I cleaned it with a cotton rag. I'm not sure if that was even necessary. I took it to the range. I am an amateur shooter. I thought it shot great! At 50 yards 12 of 15 shots were hits within 3" of center bullseye. 3 shots were within 5". The gun shoots very similar to my 8mm Mauser, but with a little less kick. I highly recommend it. This gun is great!
    Tula :|, Tula :), Tula :))
    Review by mikelv on 5/11/15
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    Ordered 3 Tula Hex on this most recent shipment got a 32,34 and 35.

    34 was ok and will be used for modern conversion. Upper hand guard is light rest of stock is dark. The #s are force electro pencil match and has some rust here an there, nothing heavy. Bolt was actually wet and had some surface corrosion but cleaned up ok. Bore dark with good rifling.

    32 has the best stock light colored no nicks and Numbers matching with strikeouts on the mag latch. Bore is almost nearly shiny and rifling is Very strong. Very happy with this rifle.

    35 is all numbers matching even the bayonet (bayonet is strike thru match) Stock is very nice Med dark. Bore is fantastic. Never seen a shiny bore on a Mosin before, Great rifling looks nearly new. Love it

    All 3 had bayonets, accessory pouches, cleaning kits and oil bottles. 2 round double oil bottles, 1 square double oil bottle. One loose cleaning kit, one in plastic bag, one in original issue canvas pouch. All 3 cleaning kits missing brush but that's kind of common.
    I'm very happy with the 32 and 35, disappointed with the 34 but at least this way I won't loose sleep over drilling the receiver for a scope mount.
    Had to do 4 stars because of the 34 though.
    The Best Yet ; a 1932 Izhevsk in a very light-colored wood stock
    Review by Deadly in OKC on 5/11/15
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    This hex receiver 1932 Izzy was in a very light colored stock and was refurbished at the Molot Arsenal. The rifling was excellent and was not counter-bored. This Mosin Nagant.91/30 stands out because Molot highlighted the sight range marks, magazine serial number, butt plate serial number, and barrel serial number with red paint (all numbers matched!). There were a few light scratches and small gouges because the rifle was loose in the original Molot box without any bubble wrap or paper to pad it during shipping. However, the scratches were touched up with Old English Furniture Scratch Remover and the gouges were filled in with some Elmer's Wood Putty. Then, four coats of Tru-Oil buffed with 0000 steel wool and some Stock Sheen completed this project that makes it the best looking Mosin Nagant in the collection. Next, off to the range to see if it shoots as good as it looks. Thanks Again, Classic !
    Nice
    Review by Russell on 5/10/15
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    I received a overall nice correct war time 1943 rifle. Thanks classic.
    Excellent Rifle!!!
    Review by Jonathon on 5/9/15
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    This is definitely one of the nicest Mosins in my collection. Its a nice 1936 Tula Hex receiver. The barrel and steel are a nice deep black. The bore is very clean with sharp rifling and no counterbore. The stock is in excellent condition with only two small scratches on the finish, which is about as good as it gets for a crate Mosin. Numbers matching with no strike outs, penciling etc even numbers matching bayonet with full accessory kit minus the strap.

    I was really surprised with how little cosmoline was on the rifle, but not complaining LOL. Definitly recommended and may buy another regular 91/30 if this batch is all like the rifle I got.
    Really nice M91/30
    Review by JG on 5/8/15
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    JUST PICKED UP MY 1934 MOSIN NAGANT TULA HEX. I HAVE TO SAY THAT FOR A 81 YEAR OLD RIFLE ITS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. I HAVE SEVERAL MOSINS AND THE ONE I JUST RECIEVED FROM (CLASSIC FIREARMS) IS NOW MY FAVORITE. ALSO BOUGHT A 440 SPAM CAN OF RUSSIAN AMMO WITH A ENCLOSED (CAN OPENER). THANK YOU CLASSIC FIREARMS.
    Better Than Advertised!
    Review by avardcurt on 5/8/15
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    As a recent interest turned collector of the Mosin/Nagant Rifle, these offered by Classic Firearms are some of the best quality I've come across. Excellent pricing and super fast shipping have sold me on CF as my "Go To" company for these beauties. Mine came with great furniture, few nicks or marks, better bluing left than expected, 1939 manufacture date from the Tula plant, a bore not as dark as most seen, good lockup with bolt, and just an overall better than expected rifle. Great job CF, Top Drawer in every respect!!!
    1933 Tula Hex.
    Review by jws10 on 5/8/15
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    Received my 33 Tula Hex today. The rifle was in excellent condition. Minor knicks and scratches in the stock. Very pleased with my first experience with Classic Firearms.
    Very pleased!
    Review by Paul on 5/8/15
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    I took advantage of the latest offering from Classic Firearms concerning their recent batch of M91/30s. At first, I was a bit put off by the higher cost, but realized that in the current environment, I may not have the chance to purchase one of these rifles for a while. So, I dove in so to speak.

    What I got from the good folks at Classic is a numbers matching, 1943 Izhevsk. No strike outs, no electro pencil, no force match. All four locations for the serial number had the exact same font and alpha numerical serial number! Not to mention the inside of the barrel is very shiny, with strong lands and grooves. It was only with a magnifying glass that I was able to see very, very minor pitting inside..

    On the bottom of the barrel, between where the barrel meets the lower hand guard, about 7" in front of the receiver, is a spot of rust about the diameter of an oval quarter. It cleaned up ok, and I don't suspect I should have a problem with the rifle.

    The furniture on this particular specimen was nothing too spectacular, with only a few small blemishes that one should expect from a rifle of this vintage and purpose. It is a Mosin Nagant, a rifle that in my opinion has a considerable amount of character and flaws. Which when combined, I find attractive with this particular make and model.

    Overall, I"m very pleased with the condition of the rifle, and would not hesitate to purchase from Classic Firearms in the future. Hopefully they can continue to get and/or keep the M91/30 in stock with minimal increases if any in the cost.. Only time will tell.

    I suspect this latest example from Classic Firearms will be a great shooter, and look forward to taking it out this deer season.

    Thank you.
    Beautiful
    Review by Rich on 5/7/15
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    Just picked this up at my FFL. I still have to clean it up (not much needed by first look) and take it to the range, but this is a beauty! Thank you.
    Excellent
    Review by stogie305 on 5/7/15
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    To tell you the truth I was suprized by the condition of the rifle. I was expecting something a little more "blemished" the riffling, would, and overal condition of the rifle was compareble to a slightly use weapon. I was originally going to hack it up and give I a modern look but it's just too pretty. Thank you guys over at classic for delivering quality.
    Mosin Nagant the Nazis nightmare
    Review by Frederick on 4/28/15
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    This is a poor mans hunting rifle, it shoots with authority and with strength durable in extreme cold and heat weather conditions if I lived in the wilderness like in Montana, Wyoming, or Alaska I would bring two of these bad boys at this price one to shoot big game and the other for protection at the cabin. I have 5 of these rifles to include the hex and sniper version and all I can say is the Nazis in WW2 underestimated this rifle and many met their end at the end of one these Russian workhorses in the battlefield.

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