I now have one. It's technically my dad's, but he made it clear that for all practical purposes it belongs to me. It was just purchased today. It's a 91/30 that was built by the Soviets in 1928 and has never been fired until today. It was butt-ugly at first due to all the preservative goop, but I took it apart, cleaned it out, and polished it up, and it looks pretty darn good considering I've never taken a rifle apart like that before. Shot up some overgrown scallop squash with it - I am in love with this gun. I'm gonna use this to hunt deer this year. Needless to say, I am one happy camper. It's so cool to have a piece of history. Anyone else have historical rifles?