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I think I paid right around $700.00 for all of this back when I bought it some years back. 2 cases of 7.62 X 39 MM. And 2 cases of 7.62 X 54 MM. And that was for the 5 Romanian Drum Mags as well. All that stuff is sky high now.... Assuming you can even find it.

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10 hours ago, billt said:

I think I paid right around $700.00 for all of this back when I bought it some years back. 2 cases of 7.62 X 39 MM. And 2 cases of 7.62 X 54 MM. And that was for the 5 Romanian Drum Mags as well. All that stuff is sky high now.... Assuming you can even find it.

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There are many reasons why this ammo has gone up in price over the last 6-7 years.  The war in Ukraine drastically interrupted most of the supply, as it was one of the few countries with sizeable remaining stocks that was also friendly enough to American importers to deal with.  The other big factor is the wars in the Middle East.  The various groups there are, and have been buying up massive quantities of ammo and exporters throughout Europe figured out that these warring factions would pay more for Russian/Ukrainian ammo than buyers in the US would.  Finally the more recent bans on importation of Russian products have reduced the availability of ammo supplies in many countries throughout the former Soviet bloc ...

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Has anybody ever put a long eye relief scope on their 91-30? I'm thinking about one of the ones that clamp to the 91-30 sight base.  If it will hold zero, I'll probably deer hunt with it this Fall. YeeHaa!

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On 6/24/2020 at 10:40 PM, Quavodus said:

Has anybody ever put a long eye relief scope on their 91-30? I'm thinking about one of the ones that clamp to the 91-30 sight base.  If it will hold zero, I'll probably deer hunt with it this Fall. YeeHaa!

this is what i have and have no issues with it https://jmeckscopemounts.com/

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On 6/24/2020 at 10:40 PM, Quavodus said:

Has anybody ever put a long eye relief scope on their 91-30? I'm thinking about one of the ones that clamp to the 91-30 sight base.  If it will hold zero, I'll probably deer hunt with it this Fall. YeeHaa!

Yes ...

 

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24 minutes ago, No_0ne said:

Yes ...

 

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Those are not LER scopes.

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1 hour ago, Garufa said:

Those are not LER scopes.

The first 5 rifles aren't 91/30's either, but rather SVT's.  However, the Russian PU scope, which was originally mounted on SVT's, has a normal eye relief of about 3".  A lot of folks define a standard eye relief as 1.5", making the PU a "longer" eye relief than standard ...

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Well, I see what you mean there. But, I was talking about a looonnnggg eye relief scope. Mounted on the rear sight base. 

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On 6/24/2020 at 10:40 PM, Quavodus said:

Has anybody ever put a long eye relief scope on their 91-30? I'm thinking about one of the ones that clamp to the 91-30 sight base.  If it will hold zero, I'll probably deer hunt with it this Fall. YeeHaa!

I might be trying to get rid of a scout scope in the not too distant future.  

 

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