It's not a huge collection by any means. While I was home on leave I scored the Mosin at the local Big 5. I walked out the door with the rifle, bayonet and accessories for $79.95. As you can see it was made in the Tula factory in 1938. I think it's a pretty good version. It was hard to get ammo for it since I live in the middle of nowhere, but it was great fun to shoot and required little work to sight in and get good groupings. The Mauser I got from my Dad last year, he has had it since way before I was born. It's a nice firing piece as well, and has a lot of sentimental value more than anything else. First rifle I fired, and ever since then I wanted it. I also have a pretty old .22LR Ithaca (birthday present when I turned 10) that is single shot, as well as a Savage Arms Model 64F not pictured. My plans are for a Type 99 and a Lee-Enfield next..