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    91/30 pe/pem sniper?

    I have a rifle that I think is a pem but im not sure. I'll try to add photos

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    It is a all numbers matching with a hex receiver. Any idea if its correct and what the value would be?

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    Not sure what image you attached but when you tap on it, it certainly isn't a Russianicon milsurp rifle....

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    I saw a picture of the rifle, it's just the pictures and videos of the other things that took me by surprise haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singer B View Post
    it certainly isn't a Russianicon milsurp rifle.
    You have to go through that and beyond...
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    Looks better than the cougars with dentures.
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    Lol sorry about the mess it was when I was cleaning out the basement. I'll try and get more photos up.

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    Hopefully this is better then the last link I had...

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    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.

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    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.

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