4. Mosin-Nagant M91/30
The Mosin Nagant is an easy-to-use, sturdy, and, in many cases the best survival rifle. With an internal magazine of five rounds and stripper clips, this gun is available to speed loading. It has a bolt that is odd- extending at a 90 degrees angle to the right, and straightens up when pulled back, not allowing for usual scope-mounting options.
Used in world war II, the Mosin Nagant was developed by the Russian Army in 1882-1891. Initially, the armed forces of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union used the Mosin Nagant to fight their enemies from the 1890s until the early 1960s. The Russians used their Mosin-Nagants against the Japanese, the Germans, their fellow Russians and neighboring Finns.
By the time the war started, this rifle had become the weapon of choice and necessity of Soviet and Finnish snipers. They used them to kill entire companies of enemy soldiers single-handedly. Also, the Mosin Nagant was the most used and abused rifle by millions of illiterate peasant soldiers and Soviet conscripts.