M38 Carbine

The M38 Carbine was the intial carbine variant produced in large numbers.

M91-38 Carbine

Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine.

The M91/38 was a carbine version of the Mosin Nagant M91/30 produced during the 1930s and at the beginning of World War II.  It was simply an M1891/30 with a very short barrel and forestock.

This loss of over 8” in barrel length and 2 lbs of weight results in punishing recoil, compared to the full length rifle.

Caliber - 7.62x54R (Rimmed 7.62x54mm).

Receiver - Milled with the Cyrillic Markings and a stamp for the Tula (star with arrow) or Izhesvk (triangle with arrow).

Bolt - Chromed with a straight handle.

Barrel - 20.34”.  

Overall Length - 39.9”.

Weight - 7.5 lbs.

Stocks - Wood.

Magazines - 5 rd integral box.

Bayonet - Detachable 16.9" Spike.

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