Mosin Nagant M91 in 7.62x54R with a five round internal magazine and a 32″ barrel made in 1941. This rifle has Finnish Army proofs from the Tikka Arsenal. The hardwood stock is a two piece fore end splice. The butt-plate is in very good condition with light wear and a nice patina. The stock is in good condition with moderate field wear throughout, no cracks. The bolt and receiver have a touch of metal oxidation and light wear. The adjustable rear sight is in good condition with metal oxidation throughout, great functioning. The rear barrel band has a small brass screw next to it, this is aftermarket and used to keep the band in place. The front barrel band has the same type of fix. The cleaning rod is stuck in rifle but in very good condition. The front fixed sight and muzzle are in very good condition with light dings scuffs. The rifled bore has a light grain to it otherwise great condition. The trigger and magazine box are in good condition with heavy wear and touches of metal oxidation. The stock has two sling swivels for mounting a shoulder sling in very good condition. Proof marks on the rifle are as follows: (MAGAZINE BOX) “Arrow proof” (BOLT KNOB) “438” (BOLT TOP) “Arrow proof” (RECEIVER TOP) “T” “18438” “1941”Russian Eagle proof with “HK” “PR” “SA” “2” (FRONT OF REAR SIGHT) “7” (MUZZLE) “CAI ST. A VT M91 7.62R FINLAND” C&R Eligible.