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STOCK FINALLY CAME IN! Mosin Nagant 91/30, with turned down bolt handle, rail tapped and mounted, and Archangel Stock. Shoots very nice. Currently the barrel is floated, but I'm going to have to see if it shoots better with the barrel fixed. Promag sent a block to fix the barrel just in case I've got one of the 10% that shoot better w/o the barrel floated. Please don't tease me about the scope. It's a cheapy I traded for, until I can afford to get the Nikon Prostaff 9-9x50mm. I'm all out of gun funds in the budget for the year, so looks like I can't get that 'till Taxmas. Haven't sighted in the scope yet, fired it w/o the rail on just to see how I like the stock. Very nice indeed. Like I said, I'd post pics when it was "done":
Hello to all, I have recently acquired a fixer upper 1944 Mosin Nagant M44, and I am currently in the process of fixing it up. The rifle itself is all matching, with a good bore, and has no mechanical issues, aside from the stock. The stock on this particular M44 has a rather noticeable crack extending on both sides from the bottom/rear of the magazine well, into the rear of the stock several inches. I was wondering if anyone could give me ideas/suggestions on how to fix this crack, or at least ideas on how to stabilize it, and restore some of the stocks strength/functionality for future use? Any input is welcomed! Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure: Again, any input is welcomed! V/R S_I