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 Post subject: Finnish M27
PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 4:24 pm 
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Bought this one in 2010 and picked it up in Germany about two weeks ago.
It’s a Finnish Mosin Nagant M27.
Makes the Finnish part of my collection more complete.
This M27 is build on a 1914 Izhevsk receiver.

Of course some pictures.

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1934 Tikka(koski) barrel
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M27 bayonet lug and front sight
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Front sight
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This one is in my collection, so I can't take it to the range.
Despite that I'm really happy with this one................as I am with all my Mosin Nagants. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:04 pm 
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....oh she just looks sooooooooooooo nice...and oveflowing with tales it could tell..... :Dbounce: ....I dont recall if this was ever asked,but can you "switch" rifles out of your collection-"substitute" one for another at some time so you could take it to the range to shoot...????.....or is it that once its designated "in" your collection it stays there....unfired.......forever... :-? :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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thats a beauty


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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Looks good Martin.

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Herr Mario wrote:
....oh she just looks sooooooooooooo nice...and oveflowing with tales it could tell..... :Dbounce: ....I dont recall if this was ever asked,but can you "switch" rifles out of your collection-"substitute" one for another at some time so you could take it to the range to shoot...????.....or is it that once its designated "in" your collection it stays there....unfired.......forever... :-? :roll:


Thanks for your replies.
I'm really happy with this one.

@ Mario.
I'm afraid you are right.
Once in the collection the rifle stays unfired......forever.

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Dutch Mosin wrote:
Herr Mario wrote:
....oh she just looks sooooooooooooo nice...and oveflowing with tales it could tell..... :Dbounce: ....I dont recall if this was ever asked,but can you "switch" rifles out of your collection-"substitute" one for another at some time so you could take it to the range to shoot...????.....or is it that once its designated "in" your collection it stays there....unfired.......forever... :-? :roll:


Thanks for your replies.
I'm really happy with this one.

@ Mario.
I'm afraid you are right.
Once in the collection the rifle stays unfired......forever.

Met vriendelijke groet,

Martin

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........can you sneek it out and "cheat"...??? :rotflma: ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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........can you sneek it out and "cheat"...??? :rotflma: ;)


Sure I could Mario, but that would probably cost me both my shooters and collectors license.
I don't think I want that.

Besides that.........sneaking out is almost impossible over here.
The Netherlands is such a small country that you can't even fart without somebody noticing it. :rotflma: :fny:

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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....thats almost as bad as being stuck in a room for eternity with a nekkid young Raquel Welch or Sophia Lauren or Bridgitte Bardeaux- and not allowed to......uhhhmmmm.....eeehhhhh.....uuuuuuuhhhh......... :thnk: :roll: .....oh,you get the idea... :rotflma: ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Very nice looking gun!

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Yup.....I sure know what you mean Mario and you know what.............in a way you are right. :bigrin: :Dbounce: :fny: :grin:

There's only one difference....I have another room where I............oh well.....you know what I mean. ;) :jmp:

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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very nice martin.I have a 1931 and its a good shooter.
I am glad you got one for your collection as they are getting hard to find.

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 Post subject: Re: Finnish M27
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Thanks Pete.
Too bad that I'll never find out if this one is a good shooter or not, but I'm proud to have one in my collection.

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