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Rebarrelling the 91/30 Moisin Nagant

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Clark, Feb 20, 2003.

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  1. Clark

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    I had to improvise to get the extractor relief cut. My rotary table thru hole was too small for the 1.25" bull barrel. I rotated by hand and clamped in the mill vice with a work stop to locate.
     

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    Here is the 45 degree cut

    The shape of the extractor is like a hook.
     

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    Nice work there;)
     
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    Clark:

    What caliber are you rebarreling for or are you sticking with the 7.62 X 54R?

    Ryan

    P.S. Nice work.
     
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    It is a wildcat that is a 45/70 that shoots the cheaper lighter 45acp bullets.

    That is a .452" 16" twist Shilen steel barrel blank.

    The case is a 45/70 that the top 1" is run through a Lee 45acp carbide die.

    I had to open up the bolt face, and when I shoot it at the range Monday, it will be single shot.
     

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    here it is

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  8. Clark

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    OK, I stayed up until midnight, and did it right this time.
    That is the Russian's 1945 cut on the bottom and my April 29 2005 cut on top.
     

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