This is an interesting rifle that has quite the history. It is a 1940 dated Tikka barreled M91 chambered in 7.62x54r. This rifle started life as a 1914 dated Tula M91. It was captured by the Austrians and marked "AZF". It then found its way to Finland and was rebarreled and rearsenaled as a Finnish M-91 rifle. The bore is in good condition with a little frosting in the grooves, but overall very good condition. The magazine floorplate is unnumbered, the buttplate is not matching. The bolt is Finnish matching being numbered on the bolt handle. This is a great overall example of a Finnish M-91 that has quite the history behind it.