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Mosin 9130
Mosin 9130
The Mosin 9130 found in DayZ.
Damage: Unknown
Effective range: Up to 300m
Up to 800m (with optics)
Rounds: 5
Magazine(s): Internal magazine-fed
Ammunition type: 7.62×54mmR
Fire mode(s): Single
Attachment(s): PU scopeLong range scope
M91 bayonetATLAS bipod
Mosin M44 compensator

The Mosin 9130 is a Russian bolt-action rifle in DayZ.[1]


Players are able to attach different accessories to the Mosin 9130, including the 3.5x PU scope and can be found in houses. Note that this scope at current gives no more zoom to your view than simply using the iron sight, it simply adds a more discernable and easier to aim recticle. The long range scope can be found at military spawns. There is also an available compensator.

This weapon can be painted, using a spraycan. If one shot of both green and black paints are used (order is irrelavant) the rifle will be painted in camoflague.

Like in real life, the Mosin's magazine is internal so rounds are fed individually through the top. The effective range of the rifle is up to 300m with the zeroable iron sights and up to 800m with optics.

Note that once any amount of ammo is loaded into a Mosin, all of the ammo must be fired or you can eject the shells by right-clicking on them.

Game historyEdit

The Mosin gained the ability to be spray painted in the 0.31.114343 update by using a new item, the spraycan.[2]

Real lifeEdit

The Mosin 9130 is based on the Mosin–Nagant - a bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle, developed by the Imperial Russian Army in 1882-1891. It takes 7.62×54mmR cartridges.[3]

Image galleryEdit


  1. SA alpher day-one weapons?, rocket2guns, viewed 13 November 2013, <>.
  2. rocket, 2014, Pending Changelog: Experimental Branch: 0.31.114343, viewed 18 January 2014, <>.
  3. Wikipedia, Mosin-Nagant, viewed 27 November 2013, <>.
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