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CC'ing SBR Nagant?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Cmdr. Gravez0r, Apr 12, 2008.

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CC SBR Nagant?

  1. Heck yeah!!

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  2. Not so sure

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  3. Um, NO!

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  1. Cmdr. Gravez0r

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    What do you think?
     
  2. Avenger29

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    One shot, and you'll BBQ your opponent. Don't forget the bayonet for a shiskabob.

    Of course, you'll be deaf.
     
  3. bogie

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    Oh, why...
     
  4. Acheron

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    I don't know...I love Mosins for all that they are, ever were, or ever will be. I just don't think that a Mosin makes even a halfway decent CCW.



    But the fireball sure would be impressive! :D
     
  5. Eric F

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    ***? dont you have somthing better to carry?
     
  6. Tribal

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    Is it legal in your state? I don't think it would be over here.

    That said, I've CC'ed a PLR-16 just because I can.
     
  7. Cosmoline

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    Just download the rounds to .30-30 level.
     
  8. Ukraine Train

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    I saw this at the Holocaust Memorial in Israel. I believe it was used during the Warsaw Uprising. With a bent bolt handle it could actually be pretty easy to hide under a coat or down the pant leg... not that I would.
    PC310410.gif
     
  9. Animal Mother

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    Even forgoing the $200 SBR tax stamp, it would actually be cheaper to buy a Nagant revolver and simply CC that instead. If you include the cost of the tax stamp, then there is almost no limit to number of CCW capable handguns that would be a better choice than a SBR Mosin. Remember, you always want to pick the right tool for the job. You wouldn't use a screwdriver to chop down a tree any more than you'd use an axe to drive some screws.

    BTW that's a neat sawed off Mosin.
     
  10. Guitargod1985

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    IF it's "legal" in your jurisdiction, go ahead.

    I just hope you don't need a follow up shot. And I hope the jury will understand why you were carrying a super evil extra-lethal "sawed-off assault rifle."

    I'll stick with a pistol. It won't set an assailant on fire from six feet away, but it's adequate.
     
  11. PTK

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNFsUvh078I

    That's my SBR 91/30. I wouldn't ever carry it, though.


    Better yet, use light ball. Works like a charm.

    So have I, but only on the way to the range so far.
     
  12. Guitargod1985

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    There's PTK's SBR Mosin again!

    What's with all these Mosin SBR threads lately? Now I want one - make it stop!!
     
  13. SomeKid

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    PTK,

    Shoot one handed.
     
  14. PTK

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    You first. :D
     
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    PTK,

    Did you decide to get the short Mosin on your own, or is there any chance it was meant as a copy of the one in the museum case above? I can imagine that if someone had relatives involved in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising it might be done for sentimental reasons.
     
  16. PTK

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    It was a copy in the spirit of the obreyz style the Jews and Russians used in resisting tyrants and in many cases being plain old thugs.
     
  17. Dionysusigma

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    Tried that with a couple of similar rifles--a Yugo M48 and an M1903A3. Couldn't really aim 'em because of the weight, but the recoil wasn't too bad. :)
     
  18. Cromlech

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    Sounds like a recipe for disaster. :D
     
  19. Mr White

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    You're nuts! Besides, wouldn't a flamethrower be considered a Destructive Device?

    Maybe a Nagant revolver, but even that wouldn't be and ideal CCW. But a sawed off MN???
     
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    There are no laws on flamethrowers.
     
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    :what::eek::D:D Awesome!!!
     
  22. Carl N. Brown

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    Emphatic NO!

    Local Tennessee police used to have displays of confiscated crime weapons.

    I "toured" the Texas Dept of Public Safety website where they posted pictures of their crime weapons wall.

    Many TN & TX confiscated crime guns were sawed-off shotguns and rifles
    (there were a lot of .22 singleshots styled like "pirate pistols".)

    A cop responding to a crime scene "shots fired" seeing a SBR is going to link that image to crime gun immediately. TN cops expect a Tennesse Handgun Carry Permit holder or TX cops expect a Texas Concealed Handgun License Holder to carry a handgun similar to what a cop would carry. Sawed-off anything, including a Universal Enforcer pistol, is going to scream bad guy.

    A SBR Mosin-Nagant would make a great collectors item as a representative of a historic arm (guerrilla resistence to the Nazis) and I would not mind adding one and a Filipino "slam bang" to my collection. I would not conceal carry either.
     
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    Third one I have seen this year.
    Your money do as you please but be safe.
     
  25. Cmdr. Gravez0r

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    This was merely the logical extension of the "CC AK Pistol" thread. I mean, if you're gonna do something do it right. And why stop there?

    :D
     
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