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Yes they are. They are also less common than the Russian M44's. Most I've seen have been in rough shape.

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I have one and the bolt on mine is so smooth. I do not have to use any effort using it. Like 7.62 said mine is banged up a little. Everyone I talk to say that they are one of the better shooters. For what I paid for mine, I am extremely happy.

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I just sold my russian yesterday but I will chime in. they are great rifles with VERY cheap ammunition but they have a fair bit of recoil,they are loud and they shoot lots of fire

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I saw a Chinese at a gunshow in Livingston one time and it was $250. I thought a little high. It was in decent shape though. I can't remember what the model is on them. Anybody know?

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heres a link to a m44 on gunbroker that im bidding on it looks nice IMO /www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=220407070

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i already have a 91/30 but its so long that i bang it up walkin through the woods i love the gun i just want a shorter version of it

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heres a link to a m44 on gunbroker that im bidding on it looks nice IMO /www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=220407070

:) Sporterized! Ugh. Another great gun ruined. :sick:

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My experience with sportsterized M44s is that they aren't as accurate. Removing the bayonet screws with the barrel and causes them to wander.

I have a bone stock early M44, buddy of mine has a sporsterized version, removed bayonet, complete with scout scope. I can consistently outshoot that rifle at 100yds (either shooter) with my factory M44 and iron sights.

Just me, but I wouldn't touch a sportserized M44. Even for just a knock around gun. A 91/30 maybe, maybe even an M38. But once you take that bayonet off an M44, I can't find a use for it.

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i have friends who have sporter m44s just a matter of finding a good one i just want to know a good price to pay for a Chinese m44 sporter ???

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i have friends who have sporter m44s just a matter of finding a good one i just want to know a good price to pay for a Chinese m44 sporter ???

That is what I am saying, it has been modified, to me, it is not worth any amount of money.

Honestly I feel that anything over $100 is too much for that gun, unless you really really want it. If it were me, I would wait for a good deal to come along for an unmolested M44.

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Who shoots their M44 with the bayonet extended? I have shot both of mine like that, but usually shoot with it folded.

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Who shoots their M44 with the bayonet extended? I have shot both of mine like that, but usually shoot with it folded.

Folded w/ a Mojo sight and its very accurate!

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Anyone have a suggestion for a good scope for shooting 200 yrds. Don't want a $1200 scope just something for shooting at the range.

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