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1939 Tula PEM sniper

1891, 91/30, M38, M44, 91/59, P-series, M27, M28, M28-30 and M39
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1939 Tula PEM sniper

#1 Post by LarryHoosier » Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:10 pm

This is my MN 91/30 ex-sniper that was re-snipered at some point. It had very un-russian serial numbers applied to the mag plate, bolt, and buttplate. The bolt and stock were horrible Bubba jobs but with the help of "Boltman" I was able to make a complete Tula rifle in correct form out of it. Thankfully, the only thing which was done correctly was attaching the reproduction PE base. Possibly because they used the old holes? In any case it now is at least 100% Tula and really groups well at 100 yards.

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I secured an original 1940 scope(w/original leather cover), mount, and rings as well as a Tula stock which I cut properly for the PEM mount on Ebay. The rig came with a reproduction scope and mount which I use when I shoot.

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I will post some range results whenever I get around to it.

edit 7/9/17

I shot the PEM today at the Atterbury range at 100 yds. from a rest. With 70 year old eyes and a reproduction scope this is the target.

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Re: 1939 Tula PEM sniper

#2 Post by toot » Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:27 am

a relay nice piece and what a group.

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Re: 1939 Tula PEM sniper

#3 Post by B32dominator » Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:48 am

Nice group and a great looking rifle, congrats!

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