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The Mosin-Nagant a bolt-action rifle featured in Medal of Honor: Allied Assault: Spearhead and Medal of Honor: European Assault. For those who are curious, the actual pronunciation of the rifle is "MOY-sin Nuh-gone".

It was jointly developed by the Russian Sergei Mosin and the Belgian Leon Nagant.

It is very similar to the Karabiner 98 Kurz in its aspects, having high accuracy, range, and power, in addition to its low rate of fire and magazine capacity. It does, however, boast much lower idle sway and arguably more open sights.

Medal of Honor: Allied Assault: SpearheadEdit

The weapon appears in the third mission, carried by some Soviet troops. It is available to the Soviets in multiplayer as their rifle. The rifle appears to be the sniper variant sans the scope, judging by the curved bolt as opposed to the normal straight bolt.

Medal of Honor: European AssaultEdit

It is the K98´s Russian counterpart as a standard issue rifle and in-game it is carried by multiple Russian NPCs (although most of them carry the PPSh sub-machine gun or even captured German G43 semi-automatic rifles, these weapons are only present in the level "Road to Stalingrad") among whom are Lieutenant William Holt´s 3 squad members in the level "Climbing Mamayev Hill". The rifle here is essentially the sniper variant without the scope, seeing as the bolt is curved. The Mosin is loaded one 7.62X54mmR round at a time, despite its compatibility with 5-round stripper clips.

There is a scoped variant in the game, which is for some reason more powerful than the non-scoped variant (video game logic), but it is only available in multiplayer. It has an improvised flash hider and reloads extremely quickly.

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