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    1936 Tula Question

    I recently picked up a 1936 Tula round receiver 91/30. While researching its history, I saw pictures of several hex reciever 1936 Tulas. I did find one reference that indicated that 1936 was the year that 91/30's switched to round receivers from hex receivers. Can anyone confirm that? Thanks!


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    Tula switched production from Hex to Round receivers in mid 1936, Izhevsk switched in mid 1935.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Tyme View Post
    Tula switched production from Hex to Round receivers in mid 1936, Izhevsk switched in mid 1935.
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