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WiseBobo

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#91 13 years ago

I'll try and get some pics up of my '44 M44, '43 91/30, '44 K98, '43 M1 Garand, and my new SA .45 GI issue.




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#92 13 years ago
MihailTheir also known for that rumor.

Aw, now now Mihail, you know the Bolt is hardly smooth when compared to a Mauser or Lee-Enfield.




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#93 13 years ago

I don't like your signature Bobo :(

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#94 13 years ago
WiseBoboAw, now now Mihail, you know the Bolt is hardly smooth when compared to a Mauser or Lee-Enfield.

The Mosin Nagant that have filtered into the US are imported and rearsenaled in surplus, I own two Orginal untouched from 1917 and 1939, one being rearmed by the soviet army being restamped in 1952 which was orginally built in 1940 and the other my M44 has a new stock. None of them have stiff bolts, so much so they are loose fitting as if they are not properly fitting parts, as they should feel, if your bolts are tight, then it's not in a orginal condition.

You get what you spend, stop buying surplus.




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#95 13 years ago

MihailThe Mosin Nagant that have filtered into the US are imported and rearsenaled in surplus, I own two Orginal untouched from 1917 and 1939, one being rearmed by the soviet army being restamped in 1952 which was orginally built in 1940 and the other my M44 has a new stock. None of them have stiff bolts, so much so they are loose fitting as if they are not properly fitting parts, as they should feel, if your bolts are tight, then it's not in a orginal condition.

You get what you spend, stop buying surplus.

Mihail, the Nagant is nowhere near as smooth as the Mauser, no matter what you claim. It's a good rifle and I get a good grouping at 100m, but the action is not as smooth. My bolts are not tight; I am referring to the action.




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#96 13 years ago

So am I, a stiff bolt results in a poor action of it, and I never claimed that they are as smooth as a mausers, I claimed that it's a largely over inflated rumor that the bolts are stiff.




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#97 13 years ago
MihailSo am I, a stiff bolt results in a poor action of it, and I never claimed that they are as smooth as a mausers, I claimed that it's a largely over inflated rumor that the bolts are stiff.

Stiff when compared to Mausers. :o




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#98 13 years ago
Wasserfallerhere's the firearms at my place, one is a mossberg 500 from vietnam, the other is my grandfathers springfield 1903. Can someone tell me a little bit of info about that strange looking aiming device at the top?

I'm guessing some type of target sights.




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#99 13 years ago
WiseBoboStiff when compared to Mausers. :o

And yet the average fire rate of Both Mosins and Mausers are the same, must be the lack of adequate strength which causes those complaints. :smokin:




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#100 13 years ago

Mausers have a much smoother bolt than Mosin Nagants. However, Lee Enfields are win beyond all belief when compared to both.

Here is a handy chart to gauge ease of use:

Mosin Nagant < Mauser 98 < Lee Enfield

Just to say, I've fired all of them. Two different Mosins, a Mauser with straight, curved, and a converted straight bolt, and a Lithgow No.I Mk.III.