Forgotten Hope 2 is an award-winning World War II modification for Battlefield 2TM and is based on the original Forgotten Hope, a modification for Battlefield 1942TM, one of the most popular multiplayer games ever. Battlefield 1942TM featured land, sea and air combat in a way never before seen. It was the goal of the development team to maximize the game experience by adding both a realistic and enjoyable gameplay to FH and now to FH2.

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Mkilbride Aug 19 2012 says:


I just bought one of these. Mine is a 1938 Tula. So, pre-war! It's pretty, going to shine up the brass clips, clean the entire thing with a snake and some hoppes, I bought 120 rounds of Surplus ammo for 20$(I know it's Corrosive, but I'll clean right after use anyways.)That's cheaper than .22 ammo.

Next Monday I plan to take it out for some plinking. I'd like to get a scope on it, but I'd have to find a gun smith, I don't want to use a long eye relief scope with this.

Also got some stripper clips, a ammo satchel, and all the good tools. I am removing the steel butt stock in place of a rubber one though, they kick like a mule, supposedly, big round though, bigger than .308

You can get them so cheap! Mine was 149$, but a few months before that, they were 120, before that, as low as 80$.

They are going up in price, a damn fine rifle the money though, hard to do better. I plan to get a bent bolt as well, scope or not, just feels better.

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Oblio1942 Aug 19 2012 replied:

I got my 1943 Izzy for like $100 in November, its such a great rifle! Looking for an early model 91 now

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Oblio1942 Aug 19 2012 replied:

Also they dont have that much kick, I can got thru like 200 rounds without feeling it too much and I have like 0 muscle mass. But the rubber buttpad might be nice if you find the stock too short.

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THeTA Aug 20 2012 replied:

I have 3 mosins. One Tula from 1925, one Ishmash from 1928(both hexa recievers)
And one with round reciever from 1936.

Amazing rifles indeed. They costed me 180-200 euro a piece. Surplus ammo is 220 euro for 880 rounds. Dont worry about it being corrosive. Just properly clean it and you are good to go :)

And please dont put a scope on it :( You can find Mosin nagant snipers, post war as wartime, for rather low prices :( And these are professionally made

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Mkilbride Aug 20 2012 replied:

Nah, those go for quite abit more 700$ or so.

Wow, you pay quite abit more than me! The Euro is strong than the dollar and I pay 75$ less. 880 rounds of Surplus ammo is 130$ USD, which is 105 Euros.

What prices you pay! How odd, you'd think they'd be cheaper in Europe.

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EliteAssassin Sep 21 2012 replied:

I paid $395 for my M91 and $500 dollars for my 91/30. Welcome to Australia, the lucky country (Cough, cough)! :P

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Yoysome Sep 10 2012 replied:

i got my mosin for $75USD

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Yoysome Jun 24 2013 replied:

got negative karma for telling the truth....ouch. I really got it for that!

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theUg Oct 20 2012 replied:

Where do you buy surplus ammo? I only got mine for $90, but the ammo is about buck a bullet. I have not fired mine yet.

By the way, they supposedly had fire adjusted for bayonet attached at all times. not sure if that is true for WW II production.

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Yoysome Nov 12 2012 replied:

you can get surplus ammo for $7 a box @

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Yoysome Aug 20 2012 says:

the rear stock is a little to fat but anyways YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME FOR ADDING GOOD OLE MOSNIKA :D
p.s. i own a 1943 Izhevsk m91/30 so i love this gun :D

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chrisD2142 Sep 7 2012 says:

(russian accent) cant wait to stick a fascist pig with bayonet!!! any plans to add the m44 carbine??

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EliteAssassin Sep 21 2012 says:

Just bought two of these, 1932 Tula M91/30 and 1907 Izhevk M91. Love 'em.

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Cpt.Dann Feb 27 2013 says:

Can you give the sniper version some ghillie around the muzzle and scope?

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SnakeTheFox Jul 4 2013 replied:

Please don't, I personally think the cloth wrap makes the rifle look ugly.

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The Mosin-Nagant began its long life with a competition to replace the aging single shot Berdan rifles that equipped the Tsarist army. The winning design was Russian Captain Sergei Ivanovich Mosin's rifle, with the addition of the clip feed, magazine spring and feed interrupter of Belgian Léon Nagant's proposal. The original Mosin rifle was made in Infantry, Dragoon and Cossack variants.

Following the victory of the Red Army in the Civil War, the decision was taken to modernise the rifle. The M91/30 was based on the earlier Dragoon rifle, many of which were reworked to the new standard. Improvements included a hooded post front sight, flat rear sight marked in metres, and eventually a change from the octagonal "hex" receivers to round ones. By 1945, 17.4 million M91/30 rifles had been manufactured.

The M91/30 also had some success as a sniper rifle, fitted with either a PE, PEM, or most commonly a PU scope. The mounting of these scopes above the receiver meant that a bent bolt had to be fitted. The Mosin-Nagant rifles were made by Seth Soldier.

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