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    Spot on TAP64......Good to see you over here too!

    ...and if it's not on 7.62x54R.net, try Mosinnagant.net

    Between the two sites, you'll find virtually anything Mosin related...
    Member of the Aunty Jack Firearm Appreciation Society - "Now be a good little Aussie and learn how to shoot or I'll rip your bloody arms off......and I will too!"

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    Spot on TAP64......Good to see you over here too!

    ...and if it's not on 7.62x54R.net, try Mosinnagant.net

    Between the two sites, you'll find virtually anything Mosin related...
    Member of the Aunty Jack Firearm Appreciation Society - "Now be a good little Aussie and learn how to shoot or I'll rip your bloody arms off......and I will too!"

    "Have you tried unloading it then reloading it?" - Roy Trenneman on fixing firearm problems

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      Originally posted by Dreadnought1" post=2233
      ...and if it's not on 7.62x54R.net, try Mosinnagant.net

      Between the two sites, you'll find virtually anything Mosin related...
      Yeah, the quality of the info on 7.62x54r net is just amazing. They list pretty much every single variant of Mosin ammo ever made in all the different Soviet-bloc countries, and for each of these include detailed photos, descriptions & explanation of headstamps, and ballistics charts and graphs showing how the ammo shoots out of each of the common Mosin varants (1891, 91/38, M38, M44, etc).

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    There is also MosinWiki


    Agreed, good to see you TAP!

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      Good one, Zhuk! I hadn't seen that one before...looks to be still under contruction in parts but a lot of good info & pictures.

      BTW, Thanks for your welcome too (on another thread...)
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        Originally posted by Dreadnought1" post=2376
        Good one, Zhuk! I hadn't seen that one before...looks to be still under contruction in parts but a lot of good info & pictures.

        BTW, Thanks for your welcome too (on another thread...)

        No worries mate

        The Preservation page is well worth a read too

        Preservation

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      http://www.jaegerplatoon.net/MAIN.html

      Not sure if any one has come across this website before, but there is some good information on there.
      Jaeger Platoon, weapons used by the Finnish Army 1918-1945.
      Rifle section Part 1: Mosin Nagants of Imperial Russia. Part 2: Pre WW2 Finnish Mosin Nagant Designs. Part 3: The Last of Mosin Nagants.

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        Nice find Groggy


        Looks very comprehensive, thanks for sharing

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          So by the looks of the info on the link Groggy's provided, a confirmed Finnish-capture M38/44 would be a rare beast indeed should one ever show up on the market?

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        http://www.finnishmilitaryguns.com/riflesOfWhiteDeath.asp
        Some more info on Mosins used by the Finns.

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