"It looks pretty and it feels good. Overall, it's a nice toy to have in your repertory. Ergo, if you are a picky collector this gun is not for you. It's well crafted and constructed, though it's not made of the best quality material and there are no engravings. The wood is cheap, though I'm not stating it as a con since it's a very nice touch of this version, it is actually a pro. But again, it's good for the price.
The bolt feels a little sketchy at the beginning, but once you find the best way to push it/pull it, it flows nicely. It requires certain strength though. It is important to remark, though, that-at least mine-came pretty dry in the bolt assembly. In due case, I fervently recommend spraying or adding silicone oil on the mechanics before getting to the actual use of the gun. Once oiled, the bolt flowed better.
I have read other reviews where people mention the poor performance in the accuracy of this gun, but I have found mine pretty stable. It's definitely not a rifle for combat, but more of a toy to spend time shooting at cans with in your backyard while you enjoy pulling that bolt and seeing the shells eject as in a real rifle. I have shot real Mossin Nagant and Mauzer Karabiner 98 rifles several times, and I can say that the feel of the bolt and the shell ejecting system in this gun are very accurate to the real thing. The chamber is well replicated as well.
In conclusion, if you are looking for a nice rifle to have as a toy for fun or non-exigent collection, this is a good option for a good price."