Discussion in 'Up To .375' started by Vashper, Jan 31, 2019.
No doubt about it. That's why I like pictures.
Vashper, by now you have figured out that AH members have very diverse backgrounds and that our collective knowledge is quite extensive. We all appreciate honest attempts like yours to clear up widely held misbeliefs. I learned Spanish as an adult and know how hard it is to communicate in a foreign language. You my "virtual" friend are doing a great job of that. I am very glad you joined our ranks.
...for the Mosin-Nagant-lovers….
... and then, there is:
from https://www.archangelmanufacturing.com/archangelaa9130mosinnagant .
And all sorts of interesting things that people have built, like this bullpup:
- and other interesting things by Utah Custom Gun Stocks (I could only find an old facebook page).
Nothing I would accept in my gunsafe…
I own a Nagant (for Short) fun to bring to the range every once in a while
my first Mosin was like this, only wood was worse. I was a student and worked in the summer to earn extra money. We reconstructed a pigsty, and around there were places of heavy battles. My rifle was in a covered trench for over 30 years, but it worked when I cleaned it. A piece of the barrel from it is still lying in my tool.
Mosin Nagant of marshal Tito of Yugoslavia, presented to him by central committee of soviet party.
To the best of my local knowledge, it is stil on sale by legal owner. I have seen adds, not so long ago.
The pictures are from news papers.
I'm not going to evaluate the authenticity of this artifact, I'm not an expert.
I personally got a simple military-issue rifle, and that's enough for me. I was offered to change the wood to a "civilian"
, something like on the Tito rifle, but I'd rather spend that $120 on something else.
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