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Posted: 1/20/2006 10:42:08 AM EDT
WOW, this is a great rifle, I really like it.

It is a 1945.

All numbers match, no stampings/elctro-pencil. The action is smooth as butter. The finish is very good, BUT the wood shows some handling marks on the left side, nothing major, I am going to leave the wood as it is, I will post some close up pics later of the wood. The bore loks to be very good, I will know after I clean.

Heres a few to get you going,





Link Posted: 1/20/2006 11:38:12 AM EDT
I admit that I'm tempted to get one.
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 12:27:52 PM EDT
wow, nice.

one will be on my way shortly after I get this AR sold soon.



make that a few will be on their way...
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 12:47:30 PM EDT
Sweet rifle 1shott
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 12:55:22 PM EDT
That is a nice looking rifle.

I have been toying with either getting an M44 or M38... can't decide. I know I'll eventually "get both" but which one first?

Or a K-31...


ARRGH!

No Expert
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 1:02:53 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 1:05:16 PM EDT
Its only 69.00!!! Got one myself 1947 and great shape. Can't wait to shoot it.
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 1:17:01 PM EDT
Heres the pics of the left side of the stock, nothing bad, just a few rough spots, going to leave it be.





Link Posted: 1/20/2006 5:23:26 PM EDT
I bought one from AIM last year and it's one of my favorite plinkers.

Silver tip ammo isn't too bad as far as recoil go, but a slip on recoil pad tames it even more. Yellow tip thumps pretty good, but the fireball is worth it.
Link Posted: 1/20/2006 5:37:30 PM EDT
Are they Century imports ?????
Link Posted: 1/22/2006 8:42:08 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Hoppy:
I bought one from AIM last year and it's one of my favorite plinkers.

Silver tip ammo isn't too bad as far as recoil go, but a slip on recoil pad tames it even more. Yellow tip thumps pretty good, but the fireball is worth it.



Dont use heavy ball ammo in Nagants... the heavy ball / yellow tip is meant for MGs... you will put more stress on the rifle than its mean to handle.
Link Posted: 1/22/2006 11:30:01 AM EDT

Originally Posted By tangeant:
Are they Century imports ?????




Yes.
Link Posted: 1/22/2006 8:47:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dieter122:

Originally Posted By Hoppy:
I bought one from AIM last year and it's one of my favorite plinkers.

Silver tip ammo isn't too bad as far as recoil go, but a slip on recoil pad tames it even more. Yellow tip thumps pretty good, but the fireball is worth it.



Dont use heavy ball ammo in Nagants... the heavy ball / yellow tip is meant for MGs... you will put more stress on the rifle than its mean to handle.



Isn't the match ammo 200gr stuff?
Link Posted: 1/23/2006 11:22:57 AM EDT
lets get a range report 1 shot when you can.
Link Posted: 1/23/2006 7:22:16 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 1shott:
WOW, this is a great rifle, I really like it.

It is a 1945.

All numbers match, no stampings/elctro-pencil. The action is smooth as butter. The finish is very good, BUT the wood shows some handling marks on the left side, nothing major, I am going to leave the wood as it is, I will post some close up pics later of the wood. The bore loks to be very good, I will know after I clean.

Heres a few to get you going,

fototime.com/8586F166CDD7ED7/standard.jpg

fototime.com/245C8ADA68F21A9/standard.jpg

fototime.com/C627546BA34C75E/standard.jpg



Here's mine I picked up a couple of weeks ago from Aim. Pretty much fits the description you gave yours. I've been to lazy to clean the grease up yet. They are very nice for the price they go for.






Link Posted: 1/23/2006 9:27:20 PM EDT

Originally Posted By SIG_220:

Originally Posted By 1shott:
WOW, this is a great rifle, I really like it.

It is a 1945.

All numbers match, no stampings/elctro-pencil. The action is smooth as butter. The finish is very good, BUT the wood shows some handling marks on the left side, nothing major, I am going to leave the wood as it is, I will post some close up pics later of the wood. The bore loks to be very good, I will know after I clean.

Heres a few to get you going,

fototime.com/8586F166CDD7ED7/standard.jpg

fototime.com/245C8ADA68F21A9/standard.jpg

fototime.com/C627546BA34C75E/standard.jpg



Here's mine I picked up a couple of weeks ago from Aim. Pretty much fits the description you gave yours. I've been to lazy to clean the grease up yet. They are very nice for the price they go for.

i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0558.jpg
i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0564.jpg
i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0568.jpg
i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0559.jpg
i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0563.jpg
i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/pistolfodder/IMG_0567.jpg





Very nice.....
Link Posted: 1/24/2006 7:15:07 AM EDT
I would be interested in a range report on either the 38 or 44. Im looking at one or both for old battle rifle shoots. Id like to at least be in the ball park shooting against similar rifles from other countries. How are the bores on these rifles...shiny or sew pipe corroded? thanx...
Link Posted: 1/24/2006 11:49:22 AM EDT

Originally Posted By AssaultPossum:
I would be interested in a range report on either the 38 or 44. Im looking at one or both for old battle rifle shoots. Id like to at least be in the ball park shooting against similar rifles from other countries. How are the bores on these rifles...shiny or sew pipe corroded? thanx...




My M44 and MN 91/30 have nice bright shiny bores, and great lands and grooves....
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