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Old 04-29-2012, 04:27 PM   #61
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The triggers are about what you'd expect from a

Milsurp rifle, on average, some are a little better.

My 1925 M/N 1891 has a long, loose pull. Both my

M44s are considerably better.

As stated repeatedly previously,

field-strip and clean your gun,

paying particular attention to the chamber and

barrel-


The bolt is usually stiff, don't be afraid to slap it around.

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Old 04-29-2012, 08:03 PM   #62
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Question: ive heard that a lot of mosins have "sticky" or "rough" trigger pulls never fired one myself any truth to the statement?
Mosins have all different kinds of trigger pulls. Some are lousy, some are as good as a modern, high-end hunting rifle. I own an M-39 that has a great two stage trigger, and a 1942 Izhevsk rifle that the trigger rattles around, and is rough as a cob, and others that are any stage in between.

Except for the Finn rifles, they were mass produced when the Soviets needed anything that could go bang, as they were losing over a hundred thousand rifles a month, when things were going bad.
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Mosins have all different kinds of trigger pulls. Some are lousy, some are as good as a modern, high-end hunting rifle. I own an M-39 that has a great two stage trigger, and a 1942 Izhevsk rifle that the trigger rattles around, and is rough as a cob, and others that are any stage in between.

Except for the Finn rifles, they were mass produced when the Soviets needed anything that could go bang, as they were losing over a hundred thousand rifles a month, when things were going bad.
Thank you for the feedback ive been looking at a couple obviously i have more research to do.
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Why does military surplus ammo feed better through my gun then modern ammo?

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I have 250-300-rounds I am trying to get rid of. Where is the best place to try to sell them?

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I have 250-300-rounds I am trying to get rid of. Where is the best place to try to sell them?
You could pm me if you're interested in selling
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