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    That's what I thought as well. That's why I'm confused if it a real deal or not. I know the mount is repro as I can't find any markings on it.


    Quote Originally Posted by speckles View Post
    So the scope looks ok,, but Its hard to tell from one picture about the rifle itself. Also, I have never heard of a 1940 Izhevsk PEM sniper rifle. Tula was the only factory making them at the time. The Izhevsk PEMs were made in 1942.


    ---------- Post added at 04:18 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:17 PM ----------

    I'll see what I can find!


    Quote Originally Posted by Surpmil View Post
    Have the markings been scrubbed off the ocular (eye-end) housing?

    If not, and if it's an original rig, it's a rare and expensive set.

    Specialized info here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samurighost View Post
    ...It is an all numbers matching with a hex receiver...
    That's a hex receiver?

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    Is this the marking your asking about?







    Quote Originally Posted by Surpmil View Post
    Have the markings been scrubbed off the ocular (eye-end) housing?

    If not, and if it's an original rig, it's a rare and expensive set.

    Specialized info here.


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    Sorry no its not a hex receiver. I was accidentally looking at my new Englandicon 91/30 that is and said the pem was by accident.


    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    That's a hex receiver?

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