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Sawed-off Mosin 91/30

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Sawed-off Mosin 91/30
Version 1.02
Category Weapons > Ranged
Type Rifle
Cartridge 7.62x54mmR Rounds
Repairable With Duct Tape
Weapon Cleaning Kit
Size 10 Slots (5x2)
Weight 3 kg (7 lb)
Absorbency 0.1%
Internal Magazine 5-Round
Fire Modes Bolt-Action
Range 50m
Noise 5 (Extremely Loud)
Zeroing 50m
Optics PU Scope
Location Crafted
Variants Mosin 91/30
Sawed-off five shot bolt-action rifle, fed from internal magazine. Still usable today due to its sturdiness. Uses 7.62x54mmR rounds. — In-game description

The Sawed-off Mosin 91/30 is a sawed-off bolt-action rifle in DayZ Standalone. The Sawed-off Mosin 91/30 is created using a Mosin 91/30 and a Hacksaw and is chambered in 7.62x54mmR.


The Sawed-off Mosin 91/30 is a sawed-off version of the Mosin 91/30, appearing in DayZ Standalone. As the name implies, the version is considerably shorter than the standard Mosin 91/30, having a large portion of the barrel and stock cut off. Because of this, the rifle has a much lower profile, and can be stored inside backpacks and other storage containers with at least four slots, or on the user's back. However, this comes at the cost of an incredibly reduced effective range and much higher recoil. Weapons that have been sawed off have a significantly higher wear rate. From worn, it takes 4 shots to go directly to badly-damaged.


Weapon attachments are any accessories or devices that attach to a firearm in order to add, improve or modify the weapon's functionality or performance. In DayZ Standalone these attachments take the form of sights/optics, handguards, buttstocks, muzzle devices, barrel and handguard attachments and gun wraps.

Sights and Optics

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sawed-off Mosin-Nagants are commonly called the "Obrez", which is a general term that can refer to any custom cut-down, shortened, and sometimes re-tooled Mosin-Nagant rifles.