took a while to clean it up
also, since it had no collectors value, being a armory refurb, I went through all my Mosin parts and found a pre-war stock, original WW 2 sling and a tall post front sight off a Mosin ex-sniper. This will allow me to shoot at 100 yds without under hold.
you will note the "Russian Splice" on the forend of this pre-war stock. I understand these are rare. The buttstock also is one piece, no toe splice as in the War stocks.
as indicative of the Dragoon, the barrel is 1/2" longer than a 91/30
have only fired it for function in my field, don't know about accuracy yet.
more photos in the next post
Old man on the mountain
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