This is my Mosin Nagant, chambered in 7.62x54r, made in 1942. I have reason to believe that it may actually have been used by a Soviet soldier, as there are notches underneath the metal butt plate. I picked it up last year. As of yet, all I have really been able to do with it is beat down a rambunctious coyote that spoiled a bear stalk. It shoots a clean 100-yard group, although it is pretty picky when it comes to which ammo it prefers.
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