Deactivated WWII Russian SVT40 Dated 1941

Deactivated WWII Russian SVT40 Dated 1941

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This is a great example of a WWII Russian Tokarev SVT-40 with matching numbers. It was manufactured at the Izhevsk arsenal and is an early example dated 1941 - the same year Nazi Germany invaded (Operation Barbarossa). This model was first introduced in 1940 and was Russia's version of the American M1 Garand. During Operation Barbarossa the Germans captured large quantities of these rifles and reissued them to there own troops to use against the Russians. They even had their own operating manuals and re-designated the SVT as the SIG259r.

This example features a moving and tensioned trigger and bolt carrier assembly that will return under spring tension.

This item is available for purchase but, is currently at the proof house being certificated.

To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk.


Product Code: 41SU5

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