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$359.95

Damn. Not that long ago they were $99 at gun shows around here. Frown


 
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Jeez, the cheapest I used to buy these were the 3fer deals from Century with my C&R, $29.99 a piece, in the wrap.

Good ole days of combloc surplus Smile


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FWIW, I just got an email from Legion USA offering 91/30s for $299.

http://www.legionusa.com/mosin-nagant-m91-30.html
 
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Jeez, the cheapest I used to buy these were the 3fer deals from Century with my C&R, $29.99 a piece, in the wrap.

Good ole days of combloc surplus Smile

Same thing wen Mausers started drying up, in fact I've still got one that was a 5'er $29, the last of the Spanish Mausers and you could buy a case of 1280 rounds of surplus 8x57mm for $39 ... I sold the other 4 which paid for my 1 and the ammo, then I bought Parker Hale bolts (which were turned down) & triggers from SARCO and they were selling in 3'fers, one of the bolts head spaced perfectly so I sold the other 2 triggers and bolts as well as the bolt & trigger from my keeper and I ended up with a really nice shooting free Mauser.


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I saw ~4 in the Cabela's Gun Library (Bristol, VA) the other day, but just a cursory glance. They were priced at $3-400.
 
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FWIW, I just got an email from Legion USA offering 91/30s for $299.

http://www.legionusa.com/mosin-nagant-m91-30.html


I ordered one of these on Wednesday the 6th and it was at my FFL on Friday the 8th. I can highly recommend this company. They even asked if I had a preference for what year I wanted.


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If guys are looking for ammo, I got an email today from Midway about some stock (corrosive primed). Not sure how this compares to other sources though.

https://www.midwayusa.com/prod...ign=surplus-saturday
 
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If guys are looking for ammo, I got an email today from Midway about some stock (corrosive primed). Not sure how this compares to other sources though.

https://www.midwayusa.com/prod...ign=surplus-saturday
I remember getting a crate of two 440rd spams for $150 4-5 years ago.
 
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^^^I'm trying to recall the prices 20-25 years ago when I saw rifles dirt cheap. Maybe $50 for that quantity.
 
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^^^I'm trying to recall the prices 20-25 years ago when I saw rifles dirt cheap. Maybe $50 for that quantity.
Yeah a buddy in ME told me when they first came over in crates and barrels. Pick a rifle for maybe $75, get a crate of 10 for $500, etc, etc. I think he bought 10 rifles, cleaned 5 and has the other still wrapped in cosmo with who knows how many crates of ammo.

Thankfully the Mosin isn't a high rate of fire weapon for many reasons, so I've only shoot maybe 40-50 rounds, usually about 5-10 once or twice a year.
 
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Yea,, same thing with the Swiss K31. Dunham Sports had them for 99$. Now around $4-500or more.
 
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And Swedish Mausers; bought a beauty of one while in college for $75 (Husqvarna M38). Saw someone with beat-up M96s with barrels shortened to the M38 length for $600 last night on-line. Encountered lean times a bit later, pawned my M38 Frown
 
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Back in one of the good periods I was working at a gunshow with a buddy that sold Surplus ammo by the crate. We had a TON of 7.62x54R and a fresh load of cheapie Moisins. I came up with the idea of if you bought a full case of 7.62x54R we would GIVE you a Moisin Nagant to shoot it with, that's how cheap the Nagants were. I think we sold a dozen or more cases of ammo with the free rifle.

A couple years later Moisins were worth more and the ammo had gone way up. We bought back 1/2 a case of that same ammo at the current wholesale price and it was more than we sold him the original case for. He got a free rifle and 600rds of ammo! LOL

The moral is to buy MilSurp guns and ammo when the prices are good. They can be excellent investments that don't lose value if you buy at the right time............


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They have 2/3 cases of Tula's for 359.00 at Cabela's in Lonetree Colorado..Some look cherry.
 
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Classic Firearms just got a new shipment of Tulas.

https://www.classicfirearms.co...ula-m91-30-unboxing/
 
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^^^ They look pretty nice, per the video.
 
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J&G did too, but I'm not sure about condition and they're $10 more expensive.
 
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Glad I kept my $200 M38 and $175 crate of 880rds of silver tips.
 
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