The M1891/30 Mosin-Nagant (or simply M91/30 or Mosin-Nagant) is a variant of the Soviet Mosin Nagant bolt-action rifle. It was designed in 1930 and was the standard issue bolt-action rifle of the Red Army from 1930 to 1945. After World War II and the introduction of more sophisticated bolt-action rifles, the M91/30 was sold throughout other communist countries such as China, North Korea, Vietnam and other states of the USSR. Many were used as sniper rifles later on.
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In Battlefield Vietnam, the M91/30 is issued uniquely to the Viet Cong Scout kit. It features a 6x scope meant for long-range engagements. It is a generally a very powerful rifle, being capable of killing in 2 body shots or in a single head shot. It is also very accurate, being highly capable of shooting a target that is over 200 meters away. When it comes to close quarters situations, the small cross hairs can be very effective for no-scoping shots, but it is still recommended to switch to a pistol due to the possibility of a missed shot. It can somewhat be considered an equivalent to the American M40.