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Old 12-30-2007, 11:17 PM
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Default Mosin-Nagant Picture Thread

I thought it was time we had a thread dedicated to these ugly rifles.

My M44:







Bought it from another member here. I'll have to take some new pictures of my 91/30.

What do you all have?
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Old 12-31-2007, 6:12 PM
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heres my m44 scout setup
i'll get pics up of my unaltered m38 later
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Wow. That wood is pretty.
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lol that guys lookin at your wood
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Nice scout Jaiofspam! If you don't mind, what is the mount and scope you have on there? And how is it holding up for you? Thanks.

Beautiful Mosins guys... Will need to take pics of mine soon.
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Nice scout Jaiofspam! If you don't mind, what is the mount and scope you have on there? And how is it holding up for you? Thanks.

Beautiful Mosins guys... Will need to take pics of mine soon.
thanks, its a b-square mount i got from midway... i purchased it before i found out about darrels scout mounts (which are highly recommended) but its holding up very well with the assistance of blue loctite. ive shot about 100rds with it on and it hasnt worked loose contrary to some negative reviews received

as for the scope its a ncstar 2-7x32 LER... for something that cost $35 its holding up very very very well to the recoil of the mosin while still holding zero
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Awesome, thanks Jaiofspam! I have read some negative reviews regarding the side-mounted brass screws configuration of Darrel's scount mounts so I was thinking about giving S&K and/or B-Square mounts a try...

Thanks again for the review.
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Awesome, thanks Jaiofspam! I have read some negative reviews regarding the side-mounted brass screws configuration of Darrel's scount mounts so I was thinking about giving S&K and/or B-Square mounts a try...

Thanks again for the review.
ive heard many good things about the s&k mount also...
you could always give the cheapy ncstar mounts found all over the web a try for about $10... my buddy uses this config and its holding up fine. my only gripe with the ncstar mount is that the hex screws strip easily
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My all matching Izhevsk '44 M91/59.



This is in great shape and the bore is perfect, since these didn't see much use. Great rifle.
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Ok, here's my 91/30 in it's "bubba'd" glory:


And of course after restoring it to it's original beauty..and refinished:
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My all matching 1946 Izhevsk M44



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here we go... new pics

all matching m38 on top and bastardized m44 scout config on bottom :

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here we go... new pics

all matching m38 on top and bastardized m44 scout config on bottom :

What's the turn down handle for? Were you going to put a receiver mounted scope on or something? And what mount is that? Looks like the $35 one i got from ebay that bounced all over the place. I need a darrell's or the sk mount.
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What's the turn down handle for? Were you going to put a receiver mounted scope on or something? And what mount is that? Looks like the $35 one i got from ebay that bounced all over the place. I need a darrell's or the sk mount.
the turned down bolt and pull ring knob is for fun... the new bolt handle helps a ton in cycling the action and the pull ring helps in engaging the "safety" or dealing with misfires i never intended to receiver mount a scope... the project in mind was always a scout setup

as for the mount... nope its not an ncstar, its a b-square mount i got from midway and so far its rock solid
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[QUOTE=wayoutwest;910845]My pretties


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How did you get your wood to look like that? refinished it or are the laminated? And what did you use and your method for using it?
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The middle M44 and the bottom M91/30 are laminated stocked, the top M38 is hard wood.

Not much you can do to refinish a laminated stock other than clean off cosmoline and shellac (if used) then either reapply shellac or oil. The hard wood is easier to sand down, stain and oil because you don't have epoxy to deal with.
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Here are mine...



Mosin-Nagants are just too ugly to take outside though.
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Wow. You have quite a few.
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Shoots sub-moa on a cold barrel with surplus Hungarian if I do my part. Groups open to 2 on a warmer barrel.

I love this thing.
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My "new" old M28, let's see if I can figure out how to post this pic......
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Also have a bastardization of a 91/30 cut down to carbine length (i didn't do it, bought it as a parts gun for next to nothing.... the receiver is hex and 1937 production... such a waste )
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Talking 91/59

I did see a few of these last week at b5 for $299, wow thats $200 mark up.

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Beautiful rifles everyone. When I get home ill post pics of two of mine.
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My M-44 looks the same with all matching Serial Numbers and BTW, I think there is nothing ugly about these guns. I am fortunate that mine is solid wood as well.
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my first post

Here's my Mosin, bought it over the summer





and shooting
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygfNY39Ew_c

not a picture... but a video!
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Dude... EYES!

Protect 'em, they'll last longer that way.
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heres a few new pics of my mosin family

my bastardized m44


and my m38, 91/30 & finn m39


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For some reason I have two of these things

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Here is my basic 1943 Izzy m91/30 with my Saiga 7.62x39




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My contributions:

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A few Mosin-Nagants, mostly Finn M39's



Left to Right:

Finnish Tikka M1891 (Finn matched)
Finnish Sako M39
Finnish B M39 unissued
Finnish B M39 my shooter (equipped with MojoSights)
Finnish Sako M39
Finnish Sako SK.y M39 (Civil Guard numbered)
Russian Izzy M91/30
Russian Izzy M44 unissued
(Not pictured is my Finnish Tikka M27)

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cgmoe, very nice collection you have... That M39 with stripped stock is especially beautiful!
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last two finns on the right
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