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Mosin Nagant

is the world’s longest-surviving and most widely distributed military rifle, Mosin Nagant is a bolt-action, Mosin Nagant was adopted by the Russian military in 1891. Mosin Nagant rifle in 7.62x54R with an available 13-gram projectile is obviously a remarkable hunting weapon.

Mosin Nagant has been seen action from World War I to the present day but is most famous for its role during World War II when it proved to be an excellent sniping weapon in the hands of marksmen such as Vasily Zaitsev and Simo Hayha.

This study covers the rifle’s entire combat history, from its early development through to its service in combat and the impact it has had on modern firearms.

Mass 4 kg (8.8 lb) (M91/30)
3.4 kg (7.5 lb) (M38)
4.1 kg (9.0 lb) (M44)
Length 1,232 mm (48.5 in) (M91/30)
1,013 mm (39.9 in) (carbines)
Barrel length 730 mm (29 in) (M91/30)
514 mm (20.2 in) (carbines)

Cartridge 7.62×54mmR (aka 7.62 Russian)
7.62×53mmR (Finnish variants only)
7.92×57mm Mauser (Polish variants & German captures)
8×50mmR Mannlicher (Austrian capture)
Action Bolt action
Muzzle velocity Light ball, ~ 865 m/s (2,838 ft/s) rifle
~ 800 m/s (2,625 ft/s) carbine.
Effective firing range 500 meters (550 yds), 800+ m (875+ yards with optics)
Feed system 5-round non-detachable magazine, loaded individually or with 5-round stripper clips
Sights Rear: ladder, graduated from 100 m to 2,000 m (M91/30) and from 100 m to 1,000 m (M38 and M44); Front: hooded fixed post (drift adjustable) PU 3.5 and PEM scope also mounted