This piece of history is all matching original manufacture 1930 rifle. "In 1930 updates to the Dragoon were adopted and the “new” rifle was designated the M91/30. Changes included the front and rear sights, split barrel bands retained by springs, and a round receiver as opposed to the hexagonal receiver used earlier. These changes didn’t take place immediately, but were phased in as existing parts were used up and new machinery was put in place. Hexagonal receivers were used until 1935 and 1936 respectively at Izhevsk and Tula, the two arsenals which produced the 91/30. Many rifles dated prior to 1930 are found in M91/30 configuration. This is from programs to update older rifles by the Soviets and they are known in the US as “ex-dragoons”." (7.62x54r.net). This gun is in great condition and has all numbers matching parts (not hand ingraved, but original stamped). It comes complete with sling, oiler, ammo pouch, tools, bayonet, cleaning rod, and pouch. This gun was freshly imported a few months ago. The stock has a slight crack under trigger group which probably happened due to age.
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