|Model||WW1 & WW2|
|Shooting Mode||Bolt Action|
|Net Weight (kg)||3.5|
Despite the design being older than most people's grandmothers, the Mosin Nagant had a long service life, being used up until World War II. It was pulled out of production not long after World War II, although was still used by some for some time after. It's design has seen many variant offsprings from around the World, from China to Finland. The rifle of the once Imperial Russia, later the Soviet Union (as well as many Eastern Bloc countries), was later replaced in it's function as a sniper rifle, by the Dragunov SVD.
This K.T.W. replica is a great tribute to the original Mosin Nagant, when you open the box you are presented with a complete real wood gun, including a 40ml bottle of oil to use for the wood. An ABS socket bayonnet is included, and has an ultra-realistic finish. Once added to the front of the gun, it makes an already long gun (1318mm), longer, by adding another 410mm in length. It is powered by a spring cocking mechanism, which provides adequate performance, with 270fps. Cocking lever is made from metal.
They say you get what you pay for, and that certainly rings true with this K.T.W. as the quality is simply sublime. If you want a realistic replica of the Mosin Nagant, then this is certainly the best choice.