This is the rifle that my son built for me. He delivered it today. Number 5 of 5 and yet, one of a kind. We won't let them procreate because the world's not ready for that kind of an invasion. Nothing special and maybe distasteful for some - but I'm happy to have it because it's unusual and it was built by my son. It's a M91/30 Mosin Nagant. He took a M91/30, cut 8" off the barrel, re-crowned the muzzle and threaded the barrel to add a Flash Guard, which he also made. Then he raised the cheek rest, bedded the stock, floated the barrel and gave the stock a camo paint job. Finally, he replaced the rear sight with a scope rail and a Holographic Reflex Sight that was Bore Sighted. It came complete with the Russian Field Accessory Bag, 100 New Un-primed Brass, 100 Bullets, Dies Set and a Case Length Trimmer. Now, I need to uniform the Primer Pockets, De-burr the Flash Holes and load a few test rounds. Then off to the range to see how it shoots. My plan is to load them at or near Starting Loads. That should put them a couple hundred fps above a 30-30. That's a plenty for me. It, most likely, won't win a Blue Ribbon but I just wanted to share.