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Special Purchase... Original Russian Model 1891/30 Mosin Nagant Stock Sets. Perfect for spare parts, repair of a damaged rifle, refinishing project or however you want to use it! The set includes the Stock, Handguard, Butt plate and Front and Rear Metal Handguard Band. There is a good mixture of Pre-War and Wartime stocks. Expect the condition to vary but most are clean sets with some surface "bruising" from storage, shipping, handling etc. Though unlikely please allow for a very minor wood crack and/or surface rust on the metal parts. Priced to Sell! While supplies last.
SKU X9130Set

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?item=X9130Set&name=Russia...

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Don't most people replace these stocks with something from Hogue anyways?

BlurryEyed said:   Don't most people replace these stocks with something from Hogue anyways?


Good point....

FWIW - I have refinished a couple of M-N stocks and the wood was absolutely beautiful underneath the varnish they put on them.

while one might argue that $300-ish is alot for a custom stock on a $100 rifle, can't help but think these CBRPS bullpup stocks for the Mosin are freakin awesome!

Considering the Mosin is one heck of a gun with great accuracy, even for it's age, it might be worth it to modernize and reduce the length of the gun: http://www.cbrps.com/Products.html

jmace57 said:   FWIW - I have refinished a couple of M-N stocks and the wood was absolutely beautiful underneath the varnish they put on them.

How do you strip them? Some sort of liquid or foam stripper? or just sanding?

PacoDeth said:   jmace57 said:   FWIW - I have refinished a couple of M-N stocks and the wood was absolutely beautiful underneath the varnish they put on them.

How do you strip them? Some sort of liquid or foam stripper? or just sanding?


As I recall I started spraying with "Simple Green"...but it went really slowly. I then used a product called Krud Kutter and it worked great. Stripped the old varnish off and didn't harm the wood at all. I then did the light sanding . I watched this video on youtube (but there are quit a few) Link

I just bought a Birchwood Casey stock refinising kit and followed the directions.

These are supposed to be coming in March @ about $160, 10 shot magazine and free float barrel will surely induce a very accurate target or match rifle in the future, , adjustable Timney trigger mount, adjustable stock, the list is a perfect storm for those Mosin owners that wanna make a tack driver out of one, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oapv0tEq1kc&feature=youtube_gdata...

buster2 said:   These are supposed to be coming in March @ about $160, 10 shot magazine and free float barrel will surely induce a very accurate target or match rifle in the future, , adjustable Timney trigger mount, adjustable stock, the list is a perfect storm for those Mosin owners that wanna make a tack driver out of one, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oapv0tEq1kc&feature=youtube_gdata...

Very interesting but I probably wouldn't put a lot of money in one of these or you might as well buy one of the cheaper decent bolt actions on the market IMO such as the Savage Axis or TC Venture. Or a used decent bolt action for even less.

I've got a mauser 98 with douglas barrel and timney trigger that I got from my father in law. But I put a lot into it to make it correct. It had feeding problems and I needed a better stock and this is after the bolt handle has already been bent for scope clearance the nice barrel and trigger. It's a tack driver but I've probably got close to $600 in it now too. I would have kept the rifle anyway but I didn't intend to put so much in it. Mods and gunsmithing costs add up quickly unless you can do it all yourself.

This is perfect! Years ago these rifles were selling at 4 for $100 with bad stocks, I have several that I picked up and set aside and haven't done anything with.

buster2 said:   These are supposed to be coming in March @ about $160, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oapv0tEq1kc&feature=youtube_gdata...

This is freakin awesome! And the addition of up to a 10rd mag, nice!

Is there a possible promo code still active? the bottomfeeder

clearanceman said:   buster2 said:   These are supposed to be coming in March @ about $160, 10 shot magazine and free float barrel will surely induce a very accurate target or match rifle in the future, , adjustable Timney trigger mount, adjustable stock, the list is a perfect storm for those Mosin owners that wanna make a tack driver out of one, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oapv0tEq1kc&feature=youtube_gdata...

Very interesting but I probably wouldn't put a lot of money in one of these or you might as well buy one of the cheaper decent bolt actions on the market IMO such as the Savage Axis or TC Venture. Or a used decent bolt action for even less.

I've got a mauser 98 with douglas barrel and timney trigger that I got from my father in law. But I put a lot into it to make it correct. It had feeding problems and I needed a better stock and this is after the bolt handle has already been bent for scope clearance the nice barrel and trigger. It's a tack driver but I've probably got close to $600 in it now too. I would have kept the rifle anyway but I didn't intend to put so much in it. Mods and gunsmithing costs add up quickly unless you can do it all yourself.


Your probably looking at less than $300 for a very accurate rifle with this stock and a decent Mosin that can readily be p/u for $100, where are you goin to find that and ammo is abundent vs whats available out there for now.While I appreciate your opinion I think its a great idea w/10 rnd magazine offering tack driver accuracy in a nice lightweight platfrom.You don't need a bent bolt w/this platform as mounts are available for either scout or regular styled mounting in several configurations. I shoot in competition with my Mosins at 300-500 yrd range and still shoot the bottom out of a can of corn at 200 yrds easily with my Mosins tho they are modified and have a bent bolt as well as recrowning,shortened barrels, scope mounts,Timney trg, better handloads,etc.

buster2 said:   clearanceman said:   buster2 said:   These are supposed to be coming in March @ about $160, 10 shot magazine and free float barrel will surely induce a very accurate target or match rifle in the future, , adjustable Timney trigger mount, adjustable stock, the list is a perfect storm for those Mosin owners that wanna make a tack driver out of one, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oapv0tEq1kc&feature=youtube_gdata...

Very interesting but I probably wouldn't put a lot of money in one of these or you might as well buy one of the cheaper decent bolt actions on the market IMO such as the Savage Axis or TC Venture. Or a used decent bolt action for even less.

I've got a mauser 98 with douglas barrel and timney trigger that I got from my father in law. But I put a lot into it to make it correct. It had feeding problems and I needed a better stock and this is after the bolt handle has already been bent for scope clearance the nice barrel and trigger. It's a tack driver but I've probably got close to $600 in it now too. I would have kept the rifle anyway but I didn't intend to put so much in it. Mods and gunsmithing costs add up quickly unless you can do it all yourself.


Your probably looking at less than $300 for a very accurate rifle with this stock and a decent Mosin that can readily be p/u for $100, where are you goin to find that and ammo is abundent vs whats available out there for now.While I appreciate your opinion I think its a great idea w/10 rnd magazine offering tack driver accuracy in a nice lightweight platfrom.You don't need a bent bolt w/this platform as mounts are available for either scout or regular styled mounting in several configurations. I shoot in competition with my Mosins at 300-500 yrd range and still shoot the bottom out of a can of corn at 200 yrds easily with my Mosins tho they are modified and have a bent bolt as well as recrowning,shortened barrels, scope mounts,Timney trg, better handloads,etc.


I see, what I'm saying doesn't apply as much to this rifle then. I'm not that familiar with it and I shouldn't have applied a general idea. Is there decent hunting ammo available or does a person need to hand load?

Great!

Now if I can just find a Nagant I'm all set

Already have my C&R, everywhere I look is out of stock or only has snipers

Plenty of ammo available, the surplus russian ammo is a decent load for deer and other large game 880 rnds about $160 shipped to your door and others available as well.I use a Privi Parizan Match load in mine when I'm not reloading my own ,http://www.targetsportsusa.com/p-91-prvi-partizan-762x54r-rimmed... , http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?item=A76254B&name=Bulgari... , http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?groupid=256&name=Russian+...

netsurf12 said:   Great!

Now if I can just find a Nagant I'm all set

Already have my C&R, everywhere I look is out of stock or only has snipers


Try here, has a turned down bolt already and still under $200 maybe w/ship. These are getting hard to find and values have gone up try these 2 links to see if they are available ,http://www.lawweapons.org/index.php/component/content/article/10 , https://www.samcoglobal.com/rifles-nagant.html ,pricings high at Samco, but they are true old Sniper rifles the ones at Lawweapons I don't know much about and it may be a gamble but they do sell a lot to L.E from what I understand. You could always go to a gunshow and maybe p/u one for say $130 but then again maybe not with all the craziness going around by the NRA sponsered hysteria

Thanks buster, I'll check them out.

I refuse to go to gun shows now and deal with the crowds and gouging.

The guys over at ProMag/Archangel said those stocks won't be available till April as they are already geting orders from dealers,Gee I wonder why,right up there next to HiPoint pistols as its 1 of the most popular guns out there lol

This is why I wouldn't mind putting a little bit of money into my Mosin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2M1hC4c0tc



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