|Full name||Mosin–Nagant M1891/30|
|Country of origin||Russian Empire|
|Manufacturer||Tula, Izhevsk, Sestroryetsk, Manufacture Nationale d'Armes de Châtellerault, Remington, New England Westinghouse, many others|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Uesaka Sumire|
|Released on||CN (莫辛-纳甘), TW (莫辛-納甘), KR (모신나강), EN, JP (モシン・ナガン)|
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How to obtain
NORMALHEAVY Timer 4:10:00. See T-Doll Production for details.
DROP 0-3, 4-6, 5-3E, 5-6, 6-5, 6-3E, 7-5, 7-1E, 8-1, 8-2E, 9-4, 9-1E, 10-2, 10-6, 11-3, 11-2E
REWARD Not obtained as a reward
Stats / Data
After the horrendous losses against the Ottomans in 1877, terrible performance of the Berdan rifle, and the introduction of France’s Lebel smokeless cartridge, the Russian military would attempt to seek out a new rifle and cartridge. The military would settle on the 7.62x54mm Rimmed cartridge, proceeding to conduct a trial for a new rifle plan. With his superior design, Captain Sergei Mosin’s bolt-action, magazine fed rifle would be chosen. Leon Nagant’s contribution to the rifle was miniscule, only recognized in the West by suing the Russian Empire for credit in the design of a minor part. His Nagant 1895 Revolver would be far more recognized. In 1891 the rifle would be officially adopted by the Imperial Russian Military.
Adopted in 1891, the rifle would see numerous changes and variations throughout its lifetime. Alongside the M91 would come the Dragoon and Cossack variants, shorter versions designed for mounted infantry. The most common variant, the M91/30, would begin production in 1930. It saw changes to the receiver, front sight post, and was somewhat shorter than the original. The best of these rifles were fitted with PE and PU scopes and issued to snipers. In 1938 and 1944 Carbine variants would be produced, far shorter in length. The last major variant would be the M91/59, cutting down M91/30s into a lightweight carbine length.
The rifles would first see action in the Andijan Uprising in 1898, followed by the Russo-Japanese War in 1905. The first major changes to the rifle would be based on its performance in these conflicts. The Mosin Nagant would see huge use in World War I and the following Russian Civil War between the White Army and the Red Army. Finland would make good use of the M91 during the Winter War, producing a superior variant to the Soviets. It would be made famous for its use by the USSR in World War II before being replaced by the USSR for more modern rifles such as the SKS and the AK-47. Following the Great Patriotic War, many of these rifles would be offloaded and sold to numerous Communist nations around the world and see use in the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and elsewhere. Many countries would produce their own. Many are still found in use by rebels and insurgents in areas such as Ukraine and the Middle East.
With 37 million rifles produced, the Mosin-Nagant is also a very common (and inexpensive) collector's rifle, with many still available on the surplus market. It’s availability and low price also makes it a common gun to see in the hands of hunters, especially the shorter carbine versions. Because of this, a large aftermarket has sprung up around the mosin, offering various parts and conversion kits.
She has long blonde hair and blue eyes. She wears an all-white uniform with a trimmed shawl, a white ushanka with a soviet army badge, and a pair of white gloves. She was designed for winter operation, and the white clothes are to conceal her presence from enemies, with the exception of her black stockings and a pair of brown boots. She has a petrol bomb (known as Molotov Cocktail) strapped to her right thigh. She wears a black bra when heavily damaged.
If the 'Luna Sea' Skin is used, she has a crown braid on her hair with a white lily hair ornament, a blue ballroom dress, and her black stockings.
When upgraded to Mk.II, her uniform greatly changes. She now wears a white jacket, beige clothes with a red tie, a pair of high heels and is equipped with a RPG-43 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade instead of the the former petrol bomb. When damaged, she has a survival entrenching tool.
Gallery consisting of artworks used primarily in-game.
Alternate gallery consisting of artworks with slight alterations as well as miscellaneous artworks.
- The default skin features an "ex-sniper" M91/30, whereas the Luna Sea Skin features a PU Scoped M91/30. These rifles were handpicked and had an angled bolt handle to accommodate for the added optic.
- Simo Häyhä, known as the 'White Death' scored the highest confirmed sniper kill count in history, with 505 kills to his name using a Finnish manufactured Mosin, the M/28-30. Unlike other snipers, Häyhä preferred iron sights as sunlight would glare on the glass of the scope.
- During World War I and the Russian Civil War, there was a demand for smaller, easily concealed firearms. To meet this demand, Russian troops and partisans would shorten Mosins, cutting down the stock and barrel and dubbing the new product the "Obrez".
- In order to prevent the parts from freezing, sometimes Soviet Infantry mixed gun oil and gasoline to lubricate the component of the gun.
- Dyakonov Grenade Launcher is an interesting attachment for Mosin Rifle in 1942; Rather using blank round to launch a prime, it can be launched by live round as the prime itself has a hollow for the live rounds exit tunnel. The Dyakonov Grenade Launcher Attachment for Mosin still used after WWII.
- During the April Fool's update, MICA Team gave the Mosin rifle an update where she rode a horse on her in-game sprite. This is NOT A PERMANENT CHANGE and will usually revert back to normal in a later update.
- This is happened during Russian Civil War where horses was used extensively in cavalry divisions by both sides (also called dragoons). Even after Mechanized Corps entered widespread service in World War II, horse cavalry was still used in limited cases to flank, harass and break through enemy lines.
- Ethnic Cossack traditions are steeped in extensive familiarity and use of horses. With the outbreak of war, this proficiency with equestrian skills lended itself to easy adaptation to a competent cavalry force.
- During World War II, most of Soviet sharpshooter utilize explosive filled 7.62x54 PZ bullet which used for aircraft armament and the usage itself is prohibited by Geneva Convention rules.
- PZ Bullet was responsible for destroying the half of Simo Hayha left cheek.
- Mosin nagant have a very mixed reviews among the gun community (Especially the models from WW2), mostly due to it's "random quality". One Mosin rifle couldn't hit a target at around 200 meters while the other Mosin rifle can hit the target that's 800 meters away with ease.
- This is mostly due to the manufacturer and the time it was produced. Say the Mosin nagant that was produced by Izhevsk during World war 2. that rifle would have a 50/50 chance of being good or being bad. Meanwhile the Mosin nagant that was produced by Remingtion Or Izhevsk during the Pre-war time is usually better in terms of quality than the ones produced in the war time .This also extend to the finnish manufacturers like SAKO who made excellent Mosin rifles during World war 2.
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