This guy has some Fin Nagants in the '20's
Excellent link! I have bookmarked it, and if my final Gunbroker bid gets out-bid, I will surely take a closer look through his collection.
An old man was at the range today with what I believe to be a Hungarian M44. It was in EXCELLENT condition. The man looked to be about 60, and he said his father gave it to him a long time ago. Folding Bayonet mount and everything, though he did not have the bayonet with him, and said he wasn't sure how it goes on, and thinks he is missing a part. He even had a bunch of old ammo for it. Painted tip (yellow) ... did not recognize the stamps on the ass to know what it was. Told him where to find more ammo online, and that he may not want to shoot that stuff, as it may be 'rarer'. No idea if it's worth a dime or not, but the fact that I haven't seen anywhere to buy it in any respectable volumes lends me to think preservation is a smart idea. He says he's only shot about 5 of the cartridges, he just brought it out to show his son. They only shot it twice. It came in a white box with black letters that said something like "Navy Supply" or some shit. Judging by 7.62x54r.com it looks to be 1930 Type D 182gr lead core http://7.62x54r.net/MosinID/A1338.jpg
but there are a few with similar tip, so I don't know. Neat to see something I've never seen before, in person, and only seen in pikshurs online.
Also thought it was cool that it was apparently in his family for a -very- long time, and that he has taken such great care of it. (edit to add) (says the guy that wants to buy a collector piece and chop it up...)