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Old 02-23-2012, 07:25 PM   #11
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Same here but the bad part is I don't like mosins just the history of them lol

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idk I have two 91/30's and I'm planning on getting a m44 but I still feel like need more idk

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Was wondering the same thing.. Mods need to move this to the C&R forum.. Oh and what Tex said... Can never have too many NM's.
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Old 02-23-2012, 08:22 PM   #14
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I've got 1 mosin with a hez reciever even though its an octagonal reciever. How rare are hex recuevers?

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I can tell you for a fact that 32 is not enough. I am watching several on GB as we type.

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I can tell you for a fact that 32 is not enough. I am watching several on GB as we type.
32!!! Can I come to your house to play?
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32!!! Can I come to your house to play?
Come on down. I don't have any safe queens and I keep a pile of surplus on hand. When we get tired of the bolts we can break out an SVT-40 for kicks and giggles.
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Come on down. I don't have any safe queens and I keep a pile of surplus on hand. When we get tired of the bolts we can break out an SVT-40 for kicks and giggles.
Now I really want to come. But it is too far away.
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How rare are hex receiver? It was my first mosin I got. I know that they are actually octagonal but how rare?

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How rare are hex receiver? It was my first mosin I got. I know that they are actually octagonal but how rare?
1. I think only three flats show on top, the reason they are called hex receivers. Not sure though.

2. They aren't very rare, and many people believe (maybe rightfully, I don't know) that the hex receiver is a stronger built gun.

They only switched to round receivers for manufacturing costs and speed. Much cheaper and quicker to mill a round receiver.
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