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Old 05-09-2013, 06:29 AM   #1
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Proof that the Mosin is unbelievably strong.


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Old 05-09-2013, 12:21 PM   #2
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Yeah IV8888 and Barry did a good job. The HiPoint torture test was good. But I'm still gonna baby my Mosin.

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I'm still gonna baby my Mosin.
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At least I won't be as reluctant to

shoot hot loads from it.

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I have two 91/30's, a 1930 & a 1938, and would never think of mistreating them, both are in excellent condition with all matching numbers.

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Yep, I'll keep babying mine too. It just nice to know that it is very unlikely that it will blow up on you. Even with a hot load.

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Mine are 70+ years old, have probably fought in a war and were stored in cosmoline for decades. Thats enough testing for me.

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I've got a 1925 Hex Izzy. All matching serials. Good rifling.

A lot of fun to shoot. Good to know it would take the pounding

it will never get.

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It still aint no Arisaka.....

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Stalingrad and Leningrad seem like proof enough that they are tough rifles.

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