How much does the Mosin Nagant cost

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Mosin Nagant is the five shot internal magazine-fed and military rifle which developed from 1882 to 1891 and used by the Soviet Union and Russia Empire. Despite its old age, it still is used in the various conflicts over the world in these days. There is a thousand kind of Mosin Nagant with the different design and feature. Thus, the price of this rifle is not similar to each other. You can easily see in some shops, they have Mosin Nagant with the cheap price about 100 to 200 $, but in several shops, they sell it with the 1000$ priced. It is hard the find the reason why it happens.

Before viewing the range price of Mosin Nagant, we should go overview about some information as the material for you to inform the decision about your firearm choice. Firstly, we go directly the history of the Mosin-Nagant, after that, we take time to learn more about the auctions and the particular rifle’s style and heritage.

History of Mosin Nagant

Mosin Nagant was used variously in the world, especially in Russia. After felt down by Turks armed with the Winchester repeating rifles, Russian Army made the decision to modernize its weaponry. They test magazine fed rifles which were three rifles including 3 line caliber rifle form Mosin and 3,5 line design by Nagant.

The combination of Nagant and Mosin designs was developed for the Army of Russia and designed the 3 line rifle model 1891. There were many exchanges and compromises between 2 of these designs you can see on Model of 1891. In the Mosin’s original, the magazine spring was not stuck to the base plate so it was easy to be lost during cleaning. While the Nagant is more practical in which the magazine spring was attached to the base plate. One more interesting thing, the Nagant’s designs lacked the interrupter to keep 2 cartridges from being loaded that could cause frequent feed failures. This is the reason why they took the Mosin’s interrupter and the different feed mechanism design to the combined model 1891.

After a long time, they produced the model 1891/30 which was redesigned from the old one Model 1891. The interrupter was changed more drastically because it was considered as the unreliable piece of the rifle.

The Mosin-Nagant was used popularly in the World war 2. In the following part, you are going to see the difference in prices among the various types of Mosin Nagant.

Some factors affect the Mosin Nagant’s price

Actually, the price is always the main problem for those who want to collect rifles. The model and the variant are the factors that decides the range of price for a Mosin Nagant in individual and the others in general. It will make you surprise when you see there are some Mosin Nagant more than 1000 dollars while some others are just 100 dollars. It is such a very big gap between them.

Of course, when you purchase the high priced rifle, you will receive more qualities and benefits. But it doesn’t mean that you can not do anything with the cheaper one. Thus, I suppose that you should consider the amount of your budget first. Then try to figure out what is the most suitable for you. During the time of experience, I realize that the price of Mosin Nagant has never been tended to go down, so you should wait for someday it will decrease. You ought to buy one as soon as possible to get a good deal.

Price of Mosin Nagant

Mosin Nagant from cheap price (100-300$)

Mosin Nagant M91/30 Infantry Rifle 762x54R jjjj (150$)

1926 Tula HEX Dragoon Rifle Mosin Nagant M91/30 (200$)

Gun Broker Mosin Nagant M91/30 1942 (200$)

Finnish Matching Bayonet M91/30 Mosin Nagant C&R (100$)

1927 Mosin Nagant 91/30 IZHEVSK HEX #s MATCH WWI

1928 IZHEVSK HEX MATCHING #s Mosin Nagant 91/30 NR (319$)

1927 IZHEVSK HEX 91/30 Mosin Nagant 7.62X54r WWII (304$)

1927 Mosin Nagant 91/30 IZHEVSK HEX #s MATCH WWII (299$)

7.62X54r 500pcs Stripper Clips For Mosin Nagant (189$)

Mosin nagant from avarage price (400-800$)

Mosin-Nagant 1942 – Finnish refurb (550$)

Mosin Nagant M91/59 7.62x54R Russian (600$)

Mosin Nagant with one of a kind, adjustable stock (600$)

Remington Mosin Nagant 91/30 7.62x51R (750$)

Mosin Nagant Scout rifle, Timney trigger, scope + (550$)

WW1 1915 Westinghouse M91 Mosin Nagant (700$)

NICE Polish M44 Mosin Nagant Carbine 7.62x54r (475$)

Mosin Nagant from the expensive price (850- more than 1000$)

Mosin Nagant 91/30 Sniper 1943/51 LOOK! (1199$)

MOSIN NAGANT PEM 91/30 7.62X54R RESTORED (1250$)

Mosin Nagant Sniper M91/30 w Scope Matching 7.62×54 (1249$)

Mosin-Nagant M91/30 Sniper (900$)

Mosin Nagant Russian M91/30 7.62x54R

To sum up, the price of rifles plays an important role in making our decision to purchase. It is hard for you so choose the one which is the perfect but low price. Price will fit the quality and features. Someone determines to buy the secondhand rifle for the reasonably priced and good quality but sometimes it causes them the risk of features if the seller does the trick with them. Being alert is the most importance. Hope that you can get the best choice for your decision.

About the author

Christopher Wade

Christopher Wade

Christopher Wade is a true outdoorsman. After spending most of his career as a firearms expert and instructor in Nebraska, he retreated to the great outdoors to enjoy retirement.

Christopher’s expertise in handling firearms and hunting gear are what propelled him to create the Shooting Mystery blog. He hopes for all readers to gain useful and practical knowledge for enjoying their time outdoors.