Grabbed another one Saturday. This one is a 1929 model, called an Ex-Dragoon because it was a Dragoon model converted to a 91/30 in a Soviet armory during the war. It was a matter of numbers, they simply didn't have enough rifles to go around so anything that was broken was sent back for refurbishing. Only a little more rare than a standard 91/30, not much additional value but it's pretty cool.