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  1. Not all of these are mine, but that's all the guns in my house. I decided to write down the serial numbers on all my guns in case they get stolen, and other info about them like estimated values and stuff.

    From left to right (* = mine) :

    Winchester 1902 .22
    Mossberg 185K-A 20 gauge
    Crescent Firearms 12 gauge DBS
    Marlin Model 60 .22LR *
    Remington 870 20 gauge
    CVA Kodiak .50 cal muzzleloader
    Mossberg 500 12 gauge
    Remington 870 12 gauge
    Rossi .410 / .22LR combo gun *
    Mossberg 500 20 gauge *
    Saiga 7.62x39 *
    Hi-Point 995 9mm carbine *
    Uberti Remington 1858 New Army .44 cal blackpowder revolver *
    Russian M91/30 dated 1927, 7.62x54r *

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    2. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      The 12 gauge shotguns should be able to drop moose, elk, and blackbear at close range. The Mosin should be able to do the same at greater distance, although it will end up limited by the inherently poor accuracy.


      Actually, Mosins are fairly accurate shooters.

    3. Dr. Zin

      Dr. Zin

      Compared to a shotgun.

    4. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      Compared to a shotgun.


      Nope. Apparently, you've chalked up a rifle or a few rifles with poor bores to all Mosins being inaccurate. From the factory, Mosins were required to hit 3 out of 5 shots in a 1" group at 100 meters in order to be deemed fit for service, which is about as accurate as the K98k and M1 Garand.

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