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Twelve days ago I had none. Now I have two. This one is from 1943, all matching save for a force-matched magazine, and it also came with the serial number-matched bayonet, oiler, Russian-issued cleaning tools and the combination firing pin gauge/screwdriver. I haven't found the arsenal refurbishment mark, but the force-matched magazine tells me it had to undergo one.

The store had four others, including one with no force-matched parts whatsoever, but I liked the condition of the stock on this one. Apparently, the shop manager tried for years to talk the shop owner into selling off the 20 M91/30s he had in the back room, and the owner finally relented. Fifteen were gone by the time I walked in, including three that had sold just the day before.
 

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The store had it listed for $385. After the 'Doug price' was thrown in, I got it for $360.
 
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