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Accurizing/Sporterizing a Mosin Nagant

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by poolingmyignorance, Jul 17, 2012.

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  1. Saasta

    Saasta Member

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    Really late to the party, but here's a quick translation.
     

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  2. Tolkachi Robotnik

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    Thanks for all this information.

    You can also live with the trigger action as it usually is, a long take up, an obvious scritch or friction, and then you know it will go off directly if you keep pulling on it.
     
  3. bainter1212

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    Careful bending that sear. I broke two of them before I got it right. In my last two builds I sprung for the Timney trigger. I also got a thumbhole stock for mine, though not from Boyds. I am in the process of a metal refinish, and am considering DIY parkerizing.
     
  4. Clark

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    The mount will take the abuse.
    As I said in the video, the stiffness is a function of the height cubed.
    I built a mount that shook the reticle out of a Leupold 2x7.

    The ATI design does not make that mistake. It has the height for the stiffness that raises the resonant frequency and reduces that amplitude of shaking.

    http://www.opticsplanet.com/advance...nQAhA&ef_id=UO36AAAAHa@Naqnr:20130410152536:s

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    I drill a third hole, because I pull the barrel, but it works fine with just the two holes.
     
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