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Old 06-08-2013, 05:29 AM   #21
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Where'd that sexy bolt come from?
Guess I never saw it as sexy. Little bending, cutting and careful welding. Oh yeah, and time, researched bolt handles and movement to chamber rounds. The bolt is smooth as butter and fast for follow up shots.


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Humm? Who cares? That is the new American Patriotic thinking.



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That's exactly right. Who cares, especially in the context of, "hey, how do I fix this?"

It has nothing at all to do with patriotism. Nothing. Man has a rifle he would like to smooth out a milling mark on. A rifle built in the area that you reference as the source of commie trash, interestingly, conceived before Russia was even Russia, designed before America ever had any kind of bad blood with Russia.

Get over yourself. And don't call a vet's patriotism into question over the fact that he supports a man who wants to pretty up his rifle, regardless of what region it was made in. That's just ****ing asinine.



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Guess I never saw it as sexy. Little bending, cutting and careful welding. Oh yeah, and time, researched bolt handles and movement to chamber rounds. The bolt is smooth as butter and fast for follow up shots.
How would you feel about making another one of them if some cash was involved?
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How would you feel about making another one of them if some cash was involved?
I could make one but I would almost need the rifle. It might be easier to send you some better pics and find a welder (as in person) and mod it to your own. I inletted the ATI stock for it.
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I could make one but I would almost need the rifle. It might be easier to send you some better pics and find a welder (as in person) and mod it to your own. I inletted the ATI stock for it.
Mine is in the factory stock but I really like the looks of that bolt and have no access to a welder. If you don't wanna mess with making another one I understand, just askin
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I agree with trip286, I just want a milling mark fixed, some of you are giving good advice, then you got nitestalker up there with a severe case of grumpy old man. You know the Americans issued Mosins at one time, right?(remington and westinghouse, early 1900s, look it up)

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I agree with trip286, I just want a milling mark fixed, some of you are giving good advice, then you got nitestalker up there with a severe case of grumpy old man. You know the Americans issued Mosins at one time, right?(remington and westinghouse, early 1900s, look it up)
Good point. Originally designed before communism under Czar Nicholas, relative to the English crown at the time. Production facilities were not up to demand in Russia, and Remington and Westinghouse were contracted to help keep up with demand.

So they are actually a product of imperialism, and subsequently adopted by the communists.

Workmanship on the war time models reflects respiration rather than political ideology. If the Germans were in air raid range American small arms plants I'm sure we would have some rougher examples of war time Garands and other small arms.
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Mine is in the factory stock but I really like the looks of that bolt and have no access to a welder. If you don't wanna mess with making another one I understand, just askin
I don't have a problem making one, just need the gun. The stock needs to be inletted for the bolt handle. Unless you are in southern Minnesota or northern Iowa that could be an issue. Maybe if you had a spare bolt body I could do it and you can inlet for it. PM me for more.


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