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Old 12-20-2011, 04:18 PM   #21
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When you remove the bolt you want to pull the cocking knob to the rear and rotate it to the left so it all looks like the first pic.

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This will let the pin protrude as it would if it's fired, and you want to make sure it passes under the 95 notch, as in the second pic, and touch the 75 notch as in the third pic. The other notch and the pin wrench notch allow the tool to fit over the bolt face rim.


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Thanks for the pics.
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I would stay away from a M44 until you've had enough fun with a 91/30. The kick is really strong on an M44. Mosin ammo is cheap but there is only so much you shoot until your'e sore. Century's Mosins are pretty nice atm. Matching numbers, not inundated in cosmo, and the goodies(bayonet/puouches/bottle/sling) are in pristine condition. They also have a special on two atm with a tin of ammo. I have them with surplus ammo on my website PM me if you have any questions.
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Welcome to the wide world of Mosin. I have two but after reading this thread I..... Want .....to ......buy .......another......must resist. Screw it im going to Dunham's.
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I know now what all the mosin lovers are talking about. These things are in a world of their own. And for a hundred bucks. Yup i will be getting more.
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Has anyone used one of those synthetic stocks for the mosins? Im thinking of redoing most of the rifle. Syntetic stock, new scope. Stuff like that. An buying another and leaving it orginal.
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My step brother did and he put the original back on, said it made it too light and he didn't like shooting it anymore.

I think there may be a few members here that use them, because someone got offended when I called it ugly, can't remember who though.
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Hahaha thats kind of funny
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I would stay away from a M44 until you've had enough fun with a 91/30. The kick is really strong on an M44. Mosin ammo is cheap but there is only so much you shoot until your'e sore. Century's Mosins are pretty nice atm. Matching numbers, not inundated in cosmo, and the goodies(bayonet/puouches/bottle/sling) are in pristine condition. They also have a special on two atm with a tin of ammo. I have them with surplus ammo on my website PM me if you have any questions.
The recoil pads are @8$ and they work wonders. I'm in the process of

breaking in and cleaning my Tula 91/30, but I just love the

M44. No other carbine like it. Such fun.
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