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#1 m1911a1-Blackhawk

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 09:03 AM

Hey all. Just wanted to share my new toy with yall. Its a Finnish m27 tikka Mosin nagant built in 1932. It was part of a trade for another firearm i was trying to sell. Im in love with this flawless ( i havent shot it yet but just wait) piece of history. Its sturdier and well put together i would say better than the russian 91/30's ive held recently at my local gun stores (ammobros turners and big 5). Im still researching the rifle but so far everything matches ( serial#s). Heres some pics. Sorry i dont own a canon. Its a cellphone pic. Doesnt do it any justice but without pics this post is worthless. Thanks for looking

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 09:38 PM

More updates and pics. Theres an "L" on the inside of the stock, and on the buttstock. Old serial 8881 on the bottom of the barrel. Weird but i didnt find any original manufacture date on the tang just izhvesk symbols i mentioned above ( bow and arrow more arrows and triangle with arrow in center) Their was no tool marks or any sign of possibly brushing or grinding the date off either. It looks rather untouched. But no date anywhere. The trigger retainer ( if thats even what its called) or the little metal flap that attaches the trigger to the reciever by screw has a triangle with arrow like the rest of the izhvesk markings found on the bolt. Their was also a "KT" under the tang. I dont know what that stands for.
I de cosmoed the rifle as much as possible for now. Im going to clean the bore and just give her a little tlc. And i'll post more pics and info after i shoot her again all cleaned up. Thanks for looking

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#3 m1911a1-Blackhawk

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 04:29 PM

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 11:53 PM

The guy i got my finn from also gave me a shit load of ammo of many variations, but aside from the wolf ammo, none of the other two variations of the ammo i have, shows any marks from manufacturer. I was wondering if anyone here knew what the two on the left are in this picture. Theres one with a white tip, and another (that i like better than the rest) with a red strip around the projectile before the case. It isnt wolf thats for sure. Anyone have a clue? The reason im concerned or curious is because i would like to know what exactly performs best for this particular rifle. Like what grain im shooting, velocity, energy, trajectory etc. They didnt come in a box so. Heres pics: btw the wolf ammo is the one farthest to the right.

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#5 m1911a1-Blackhawk

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Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:12 PM

More arsenal marks:
1)izhevsk bow and arrow (pre1928) on safety
2)Tula hammer in circle on safety
3)remington on magwell close to screw which holds it to rifle
4)New England Westinghouse "M" w/arrow on top tang no date on bottom
5)New England Westinghouse "E" arrow on bolt carrier right before bolt
6)Crossed cannon "L"- finnish stock maker mark
Unknown arsenal marks:
1)1,11,2, underneath barrel
2) 5 on stock
3) the letters "KT" on the bottom of reciever
4) the letter "D" on back of safety bolt knob
Thanks for looking

The numbers 364 is also on the bolt carrier below the bolt knob.

I guess NOBODY gives a shit? Oh well i love this rifle. Amen

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#6 m1911a1-Blackhawk

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Posted 09 December 2012 - 03:22 PM

Wow not one comment. Oh well i love my mosin :raspberry: :P

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Posted 14 December 2012 - 09:25 AM

Nice mix of parts!

I have a 1925 MN that was built on a 1914 hex reciever.

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 11:46 AM

You can post pics of your mn here dont be shy

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 07:21 PM

For the ammo, the copper washed case with the red laquer is probably late 70s/early 80s russian surplus. It groups rather well though my 91/30s. The brass cased could be a bit more challenging, a closer picture of headstamp would help. I know I have brass cased Albanian and Yugoslavian. 7.62x54r.net would help
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Posted 22 December 2012 - 05:03 PM

Sorry so late but ive beat the ammo topic with a dead horse already. Yeah its just some bulgarian and russian surplus. And 7.62x54r is and was a trememdous help, but some info is vague. Im over it now and just love shooting the dern rifle. The history is another topic hahaha
P.s hey your lady friend in your avi is holding a very nice ar variant. Dont let the anti gunners get a hold of it. They are nutts Lmao

Scoutjoe pics of your mosin plz?

Arik id like to see your mn rifle also!?




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