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Sporter Stock for Mosin Nagant

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by rookorami, Jun 25, 2012.

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  1. rookorami

    rookorami Member

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    I have a Nagant that I picked up a year or so ago and I am quite fond of it. I was thinking of getting a new stock for it just for fun. I realize that the money I put into messing with this gun I will not recoup. I am ok with that. This is more for a fun factor. The only issue is I seem to have trouble locating one because I do not want an ATI synthetic stock. I would like a wooden stock. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. courtgreene

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    well, LJmosinfreak on this forum is making them, or is in the development process, you could look him up.

    I'm not sure about his name but it is something like that.
     
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    boydsgunstocks.com
     
  4. headoftheholler

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    +1 for the Boyds. I love mine. Perfect fit only trimming was to float the barrel.
    Richards Microfit also makes Mosin stocks but I cant speak for them.
    My '46 M44 in a Boyds:
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    I love the pepper laminate, might go with the walnut next time.
     
  5. Tempest 455

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    Ditto on Boyds.

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  6. LJ-MosinFreak-Buck

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    Yeah I'm still in development and kind of in hold for a little while due to some Civil Penalties I gotta pay to get my license back, but let me know what you decide, I could probably afford to crank a design out if it's different from my SV-98 stock... Though I'm thinking about trashing the SV-98 and starting over again


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  7. FIVETWOSEVEN

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    That's too bad, how come?
     
  8. snakeman

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    that's an awesome rig tempest
     
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    +1000 for Boyds Stocks. It's about the best $99 you can spend on an old Mosin, next to the Timney trigger!
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  10. Tempest 455

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    Thanks. It's not super accurate like some of my other rifles but fun to shoot. People always come over and ask what it is.
     
  11. LJ-MosinFreak-Buck

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    Trigger guard got widened out more than I had hoped, but I could probably lop some off and wing it with the bottom metal of the Mosin.


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    Boyd's
     
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    chop,how does that brake work?
     
  15. Chopdoktor

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    dprice- the brake works amazingly. It's a JP brake, and it seriously takes every bit of punishment out of the recoil. It almost feels like the rifle just does a little 'hop' in place, and maybe a 1/4 of the recoil gets transferred through to the shooter. I love it, I'd buy another. But be warned...IT IS LOUUUUDDDDD.
     
  16. hang fire

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    LOL, the MN or the brake?
     
  17. Chopdoktor

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    The brake! The Mosin is loud by itself, but the brake just takes it to a whole new level, haha. I have the barrel down to 21", I think.
     
  18. BadMitten

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    People love or hate Mosins. I love em. If you own a dozen, no reason why you can't modify one to your liking. I wouldn't mind a custom rifle like some of the ones pictured above.
     
  19. holdencm9

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    I am kinda wanting to do this to a Mosin. I love shooting the one I have but worry about the stock cracking. It would be nice to save the original stock somewhere safe and just enjoy shooting it. I might just buy a whole other Mosin though for the $100 or so they cost.
     
  20. rookorami

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    Thanks for the input! I just received my stock from Boyd's. I have a few minor fitting adjustments but will get pictures up as soon as its finished.
     
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    Oh lawd. I wish I never saw that pepper laminate stock.
     
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    It feels like putting a silk hat on a pig.... but those Boyd's are nice looking... I want one.
     
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    +1 Boyd's
     
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    I'm actually anxious to see L.J.'s progress thus far.
     
  25. rookorami

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    As am I. I am running into one problem with the new stock. When I go to cycle the bolt the rounds do not eject most of the time. When I take the parts out of the new stock and put them back in the original I do not have the problem. I just need to figure out where I need to take more from. Pictures still pending. :D
     
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