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Old 09-14-2013, 12:46 AM   #31
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Here is how I did mine it only cost me $16,95 for another bolt body and about an hour to do it.
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Where did you get the Bolt Body?
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Where did you get the Bolt Body?
https://www.libertytreecollectors.com/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=17

I just ordered one from them today because I botched one trying to fit the ATI bolt handle
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Ok so if its about $30 shipped for the bolt body and for a conversion/conversion kit it is about $40 to $50, so it costs about $80. Would y'all still be interested in my product for under 100?
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for $100 it should include headspace gauges. I don't see how you could compete at that price and still cover all liabilities that may be incurred. I got mine thru Liberty tree for $16.95 plus shipping. total was under $23. Material, labor and shipping would have to be well over that, and you are still putting your self out there for liability litigation if perhaps something would go wrong.


Mosin Nagant Headspace Gauge - 7.62x54r Field Gauge - By Firewerks by Firewerks Headspace Gauges @ $23.99

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for $100 it should include headspace gauges. I don't see how you could compete at that price and still cover all liabilities that may be incurred. I got mine thru Liberty tree for $16.95 plus shipping. total was under $23. Material, labor and shipping would have to be well over that, and you are still putting your self out there for liability litigation if perhaps something would go wrong.


Mosin Nagant Headspace Gauge - 7.62x54r Field Gauge - By Firewerks by Firewerks Headspace Gauges @ $23.99

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=mosin+headspace+gauge&tag=googhy dr-20&index=aps&hvadid=24988753231&hvpos=1t2&hvexid=& hvnetw=g&hvrand=6531081591031536&hvpone=&hvptwo=&h vqmt=b&hvdev=c&ref=pd_sl_365duscv3o_b
Why would you need head space gages on a mosin 91/30 if your not swapping out the bolt head??

this gun does not head space off the bolt handle. It spaces off the chamber locking lugs and bolt head.
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Why would you need head space gages on a mosin 91/30 if your not swapping out the bolt head??

this gun does not head space off the bolt handle. It spaces off the chamber locking lugs and bolt head.
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I think I need more feedback before I get into production. The biggest plus about mine is it is 100% made in the U.S.A providing jobs for U.S workers,
Now I'm not sure if that means Anything to you guys, let me know. It's also made from a solid piece of 4140 steel polished and hand filed.
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You Probably wouldn't need head space gauges But I've checked mine as I got them and one of them with matching #s had excessive headspace. It is just a good idea, especially if the numbers don't match. I checked headspace with bolt heads from other Mosins and it was no longer excessive. You can assume the headspace is good but I'll check mine, with or without matching numbers.
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Jay- no-it would not. You have to look at everything from the lockup point on the bolt to the face of the bolt, as any difference in length will affect headspace. One of the reason for serially numbered bolts was to keep THE bolt with THE rifle.
I've found c3 to be very knowledgeable. Better safe than faceless!
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I don't Recommend anyone change a rifle bolt and shoot it without checking headspace.
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