Make: Izhmash 1942
Model: Mosin Nagant 91/30
Location (city or county): San Francisco Bay Area
Price: $800 with 6x24 POSP scope, $770 with PK-A, $450 without optics
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Will ship (Y/N): No
This is a war-era 91/30 rifle that's been modernized with a Russian side rail designed and manufactured for modernizing 91/30 rifles to take POSP scopes.
The rail isn't regularly imported into the USA, but you can get them on eBay from Russia.
This comes with a 6x24 POSP scope, which is itself a $350 value.
You can elect to not buy the scope, which changes your cost to $450.
You can also use standard red dots that have SVD-universal mounts, like the PK-A.
I have an almost brand-new PK-A that I don't use, so you are welcome to buy it for $320.
The bolt has been turned down and polished to a mirror finish.
I personally refinished the stock with linseed oil and varnish, which is by far superior to the original shellac.
(although I'm happy to refinish the stock in shellac if requested for additional cost)
This rifle is pretty accurate.
I've shot about 150 rounds total through this gun.
I'd say it's capable of 1.5 to 2.0 MOA.
as with most Eastern bloc optics, using the POSP is an offset optic that requires a "chin" weld to use.
But it's straightforward to get the hang of it.