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of the Rifles Mosin-Nagant: A good article from Karl-Heinz
Wrobel that gives a listing of the various Mosin Nagants by
1944 Carbine Clones: A fast overview of proofs
and like markings.
Mosin Nagant Rifles: A fine article
from Kevin Carney, John Sheehan and Robert W. Edwards, Lt.
Col., USAF (Ret) on the many variants of captured
Mosin Nagant rifles. This is a great general article
that covers a lot of ground.
Bayonet Adaptations Of Captured Mosin Nagant Rifles:
UPDATED! John Sheehan has done it yet again
with this great article that covers a little known area of
Mosin Nagant collecting. John's fine work is setting
the standard on this type of research.
Nagant Three Line Rifle Sling Swivel Varations:
Also from John Sheehan and dealing with the WW1
era. This covers a number of nations and is quite interesting.
A must read for the Mosin collector as it clears up
a lot of incorrect information.
The Chinese Type 53 Carbine:
The Chinese manufactured an outstanding clone of the M44 Carbine.
This article has text and photos of these infamous
firearms. Often overlooked as a collector's carbine, these
are very interesting arms in their own right.
Polish M44 Carbine: The Poles have always been
noted for their fine small arms. The Polish M44 is considered
by many as the one of the best Mosin Nagants ever produced.
They have an interesting Cold War history.
German M44 and M91/30: While the East
Germans never manufactured the Mosin Nagant, they did make
use of the Soviet version. Many of these will have East
German proofs and are rather uncommon finds.
M44 and M91/30: The Romanians also manufactured
the M44 Carbine and it has also come to light they produced
a version of the M91/30 rifle. Photos and text.
- Romanian Issued Rifles: The history of these
Romanian marked rifles have always been a bit of a mystery.
Kevin Carney does a fine job with this overview of these collectable
Mosin Nagants: The nation of Hungary not only
produced a version of the PU Sniper Rifle but also their homegrown
version of the M91/30 and M44 Carbine.
Sniper Rifle: One of the more common Vietnam
bringbacks is the fine Hungarian manufactured PU sniper.
This is a photo section only. Please see the sniper
section ( to open soon ) for text details.
M91/38 Carbine: Yet another Cold War carbine
that is fast becoming a collector's item.
Serbian and Montenegrin M91's:
From JPS and Kevin Carney. This is part one with
a WW2 usage article in the works. Of all the articles
on this site, this is one of the most groundbreaking as all
the info is being published here for the first time.
The 8mm conversions are oddballs that are not seen too often.
Kevin Carney covers these strange rifles-carbines in
The Estonian Mosin Nagant Rifle : Much of the information seen in this article has not been published outside of Estonia. The Estonians not only made use of the Mosin Nagant but also produced their own versions. A MUST READ.
TurkeyTurkish Mosins and Mausers: Terence
Lapin brings forth an article that deals for the most part
with the Turkish Mauser but he does touch on the use of the
Mosin Nagant in Turkey.
Rifles: The US based company did a number
of interesting conversions to the Mosin Nagant and this work
is covered by Kevin Carney of North China Arms.