I recently found me a Czech M91/38 Carbine, I didn't know alot about this rifle till I researched it on Mosinnagant.net. Well it turns out that the rifle was cut down from an Imperial Tula barrel dated 1897! That was cool in itself. The magazine body is early Ishevsk. The bolt is a latter Ishevsk and is force matched to reciever. True numbers matching parts are the barrel, butt plate, and the magazine bottom. I think this is really a cool rifle with ALOT of history. I read that these are very good shooters, the quality of the conversion is quite good, as the Czechs know how to machine metal quite well. I need to clean it, it has more cosmoline in it than I know what to do with. I'll give ya'll a range report after I get it cleaned up and have the headspacing checked, for now enjoy the show!