Bought as a collector’s piece and being sold that way. I have never fired this rifle. I see no import markings. The wood has some cracks at wrist behind receiver longest about 3 and a half inches and a few 1 inch or so long. All can be seen in pictures. Some where in time a brass screw was counter sunk to stop. From the color and shape of screw head must have been a long time ago, has been the same for the 20 + years I have had. The 38s were prone to that, the stock is numbered to receiver H 118. Rest of wood parts are in great shape just a few dings, minor marks. Inside of barrel is in good shape, all metal parts show little bluing. Bolt does not number match receiver. Receiver has scope rails. Has cleaning rod that runs down right side of rifle, and has ten round magazine. A good example for any Russian rifle collection as they are not very common. Any questions or more detail please contact me. U.S. sales ONLY. Must go to an FFL holder with a signed FFL no fax. 3 day inspection, No firing, or major disassembly.
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