How long is a Mosin Nagant 91 30?

How long is a Mosin Nagant 91 30?

Length 1,232 mm (48.5 in) (M91/30) 1,013 mm (39.9 in) (carbines)
Barrel length 730 mm (29 in) (M91/30) 514 mm (20.2 in) (carbines)
Cartridge 7.62×54mmR (aka 7.62 Russian) 7.62×53mmR (Finnish variants only) 7.92×57mm Mauser (Polish variants & German captures) 8×50mmR Mannlicher (Austrian capture)
Action Bolt action

Is Mosin Nagant a good sniper rifle?

Despite its shortcomings, the Model 1891/30 was rugged, reliable and accurate, its average minute of arc ranging from a 1.5 to below 1 (less than an inch over 100 meters). It proved murderously successful. In fact, German snipers reportedly preferred captured Mosin-Nagants to their own Mauser Karabiner 98k rifles.

How far is a Mosin Nagant accurate?

The max effective range of a Mosin is around 500 yards. That is the max most shooters can consistently make good hits with good ammo, optics, and a good rifle. In Rare examples, Shooters can push accuracy to 900 yards, but that’s the exception. It has enough energy to kill a deer at 1,000 yards.

Is it worth buying a Mosin-Nagant?

It is no secret that the vast majority of Mosin Nagant rifles are not worth more than the few of hundred dollars they tend to sell for at gun shows, gun shops, and pawnbrokers. Even with a rifle like the Mosin Nagant that has seen over 37 million individual weapons manufactured over the course of history.

How far is a 7.62 x54r accurate?

Longer and heavier than the 7.62×39-millimeter round used in the AK series of assault rifles, a PK with the 7.62x54R round has an effective range of 800 to 1,000 yards, versus only about 350 yards for an AK-47.

How many Mosin Nagant sniper rifles were made?

According to German author and respected Mosin Nagant rifle authority Karl-Heinz Wrobel, the Iszevsk arsenal produced 53,195 91/30 PU sniper rifles in 1942, and a total of 275,250 when manufacture ended in 1958, when 100 PU rifles were made.

What kind of receiver was the Mosin Nagant M91 30?

M91/30’s were produced using both the older hex receivers as well as the more modern round receivers. Those produced during the height of the war had at least two distinguishing features: extremely rough milling on the receiver and a high receiver wall on the left side of the receiver.

Are there any 91 / 30 Pu sniper rifles left?

Like other 91/30 PU sniper rifles, the exact number converted is not known, but they are far more readily encountered than intact examples. From a batch of 100 91/30 rifles from varying eras recently imported into Australia by Lawrance Ordnance in Sydney four retired PU sniper rifles – three Iszevsks and a Tula – were found.

How is the scope secured on a Mosin Nagant?

Slid in from the rear, the scope is secured in the one-piece detachable mount’s split rings by three screws – two in the rear band, and one in the front.