After over 2 weeks, I finally got my Mosin 91/30 in the mail. My dad chewed the delivery guy out for being a dumbass. The bolt was sticking out of the package by the time I got it., and the tools were loose inside the box, and ended up scratching the gun up a little. Took the picture of the delivery guy and the package to send to FedEx in a complaint. $63.95 for a 1943 Ishevsk Arsenal marked 91/30 in Excellent shape. Doesnt look like its seen much use. Looks like all the numbers match. Paid $20 extra for a handselect excellent bore, and Shipping was $11.58 The reciever appears to be ground down. Is this a characteristic of Russian rifles produced late in the war or is this some other thing? Any info appreciated.