Maby this is interessting
On 1 June 1941, 1,029 MIG-3s were on strength, but there were only 494 trained pilots
On 22 June 1941, most MiG-3s and MiG-1s were in the border military districts of the Soviet Union. The Leningrad Military District had 164, 135 were in the Baltic Military District, 233 in the Western Special Military District, 190 in the Kiev Military District and 195 in the Odessa Military District for a total of 917 on hand, of which only 81 were non-operational. An additional 64 MiGs were assigned to Naval Aviation, 38 in the Air Force of the Baltic Fleet and 26 in the Air Force of the Black Sea Fleet.
"Качественный состав боевых самолетов ВВС западных приграничных военных округов к началу Великой Отечественной войны 1941-1945 гг" (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-09-12.
"Качественный состав боевых самолетов авиации Военно-Морского флота на важнейшие даты Великой Отечественной войны 1941-1945 гг" (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-09-12.
Maybe some other sources would be interesting....
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