mosin nagant archangel build

If I had an extra Mosin lying around, something like this might be fun. This reminds me of the buffer fad of the early 2000’s with AK’s, when it was popular to waste money on an overpriced piece of rubber that served no purpose except to reduce reliability… because the vendors that sold such products said they would make you cool. LOVE IT. All you’ve done is make the rifle that much more unpleasant for spectators (or awe-inspiring, depending on their desire for hearing damage/bigass fireballs). Although, depending on the trigger that shows up, that Timney trigger might be a quick purchase. 5. repeat steps 1-4 until your safe is full. Ultimate Mosin indeed. On the 100 yards range, the stock Mosin managed to keep all the bullets within the 10” pie plates used as targets. But, in terms of mechanical accuracy, I doubt it really changed a lot. This optic provides plenty of magnification and can take the Mosin to its accuracy limits which I have found to be around 1-MOA with surplus ammo that will hold out to about 400-yards if I do my part. Precision Armament also makes brakes of other designs, bolt knobs, scope rails, and more. Yep. Today ... Mosin nagant M91/30 archangel: 0: 650.00: 10/22/2020 Izhevsk All Matching Mosin Nagant M91/30 7.62x54R 1943 WWII. More. And the fact that I’d swap out the flash hider AND would have to buy an optic. . OTOH, Pre-Revolution, Mid-Revolution stuff is really scarce on the collector market, especially in original condition, without import marks. I don’t own one, but know it was a dependable infantry rifle. In the factory stock there’s a hole in this location and the Brass Stacker Anchor Point mount goes through it without even touching the stock at all (the brass stacker site actually says “no contact with stock”). The price was far from the free rifle my buddy supplied before, but still a very affordable $129 from Aim Surplus, the purchase hardly broke the bank. Thanks! In most cases with competitive coatings you can feel or even see height differences between layers, but this design using Gunkote is smooth. How many times have we all heard some older gent say this is what he thought about every old mil-surp that’s now worth more than you payed for your first car and he wishes he kept his or bought a barrel of em. That wasn’t worth it to me and although the bore of my barrel was rusted, it cleaned up okay and is still accurate enough. Rock solid wanted feedback on both and sent me samples of each to test for this and other builds. By the time im done ill have (without gunsmithing fee’s) $900 or so into it because my mosin cost $180. If you’re chopping down a model with a 28″ barrel then you’re coming out way ahead. This is one of the cooler Mosin builds I’ve ever seen. Additionally, I like the idea of a scout scope and I really enjoy the look of a scout rifle. As accurate as the shooter is skilled. It sounds like you need to go buy a case of these guns at the pawn shop and bury it in your back yard so you can sleep tonight…oh did i mention…a case of mosins goes for around $1200. Fit and finish were sub par. I think the Precision Armament M11 “Severe-Duty” Muzzle Brake looks freakin’ sweet, and it definitely cuts down on felt recoil in a big way. They have problems even when they function as intended. 2 Pro Mag Archangel Opfor Mosin-Nagant M1891 Precision Rifle Stock. I was running the bramit supressor and it decreased my accuracy at the firing range, and decreased other stats as well. Secondly. Lighten up, people. I’d love to see before and after shot groups. If I have one complaint, it would be that the light Desert Tan color gets dirty pretty easily. I don’t see why things should be preserved just because they are old. shoot a thousand rounds of 308 see how it performs and then shoot a thousand rounds of 7.62x54r after you do a side by side comparison and see that they are virtually the same. Can only be used in combination with ProMag Archangel OPFOR PRS Mosin rifle stock I was pleased with the size of the “window” or margin for error with regards to eye placement. Quality and machining of the brake are great. Turd you say. Turn a neglected 1945 Mosin into something that’s a blast to shoot. Yikes! I had so much fun on my first shooting outing with this “Ultimate Mosin Nagant” that I highly doubt it will ever be neglected again. However, this wasn’t exactly a collectible firearm. Up front both of the new extended mounts join to the receiver via two holes drilled and tapped by the user and also mount to the rear sight base via a cross pin and alignment screw. After a 5th range trip still working our barrel issues, was forced to shorten by ½” and re-crown yet again. 7.62 x 54R. The Mosin Nagant was commissioned in 1891 by the Soviet Army and it has served as a primary combat rifle for decades. It’s probably excessive for the extremely light See-All sight that I’m using, but would be a great choice for a heavier scout scope or a long eye relief pistol scope. Nice! The sights, the stock, and especially the ridiculous muzzle break all look like something I’d reach for every time I went out to the range. Well done on the gun project. A pretty good use of Freewill and Choice. How did you ensure the correct placement of the hole in the new stock for the new scope mount? Bottom line: you can choose to thread it however you please as long as it leaves sufficient barrel thickness. Archangel OPFOR Adjustable Stock M-1891 Mosin-Nagant Polymer 10-Round Magazine Product Family #: 3357460248; Product #: ... Mosin Nagant; Eligible for . Way to go Jeremy, you have awesome taste and creativity. He’s just about graduated from his .22 Browning “Trombone” so I might just set him up with the job of doing so! if you’re interested email me at [email protected] put mosin as the title, How does it shoot now? I bought this thing for $200, there are thousands on the market, the numbers don’t match, the stock looked like it had been part of a beaver’s dam, and all I wanted was a refinish and rebluing, and I still had some random guy at the counter whinging about ruining its collector value as if I was asking the gunsmith to add a pistol grip, tactical rails, and paint it pink. Barrel work Shorten, thread, crown and install muzzle brake on 1932 Izhevsk Mosin Nagant 91/30, refurbished by Molot Oruzhie Ltd. Four separate tasks, all performed by our friends at Bluegrass Gunworks. Just all the stuff in the past week to do my m44 the same way but all black & with a scope though should be fun. I love my MN, it is one of my favorite rifles, I love it. you are so F*ing wrong this gun is a beast when I first shot this rifle when I got it for Christmas 2011 it rattled the china on my moms wall while we were a good 50 to 60 feet away from the BRICK house on top of that its extremely accurate I have rarely missed a target with this and I consider myself a mediocre sharpshooter plus it’s tuff as nails and some of these rifles like my m91/30 if of the PU variant can be worth up to $800 to a $1000 that’s a good gun I have seen the m91/30 PU variant for sale at $799.99 and that’s the cheapest I’ve seen it plus as someone else said the U.S mosin is also worth a lot of money do you have one have you ever shot one if not Then STFU!!! Factor in the innate ability of FUN to bring new shooters into the community and I’ll never understand the negative attitude some of you have. Watched a little too much Farscape did we? Lower to build than to buy, and also a much lower cost to shoot. So let the hating begin….lol, –The weird, sharpshooting hillbilly with 2 teeth and lots ‘o guns, Yes, in my mind fireballs = more fun. I cannot emphasize enough how much this $104 (at full MSRP) part did to make my rifle feel like a high-end modern firearm. Chop up an old Enfield just to make a Jawa Ion Blaster for your Star Wars costume. I want to buy a Mosin now JUST to make this build. Just to spawn ideas of what’s possible with coatings and some bolt-on parts and a little ‘smithing. The stuff available right now, over the counter in crates? sowjetisches Repetiergewehr. Its by far my favorite rifle, and the fact that I did all the work makes it even more special to me. At 15 or 16 years old my attention to detail didn’t exist but my mechanical fascination was alive and well so he taught me what I was willing to learn. Handled it hell.. got a head shot. Threw that on the tula bastard after adjusting the other ones firing pin. SUBSCRIBE. I know it sounded more gruff than I meant it, but I believe people have it all wrong these days. Very simple. As where the diamond industry only releases limited quantities to keep prices high. Like a good holo sight or other optic, if you move your head left, right, up, or down, the triangle still stays on target (zero parallax). A little flame and kick is what makes the M38/M44/T53’s fun. I have a neglected Remington made Mosin in my cabinet that has demonstrated “pie plate” accuracy at 100 yards. Soaking up cosmoline since the spring of ’46. The triggers are usually terrible affairs, though, and mine was horrendous. It could have been much, much worse:, I’ve got a 1927 that is in beautiful shape and shoots great that I wouldn’t dream of doing this to. The sight uses a green fiber optic block at back with a graphic on its front face. We ought to shoot it next to Maurice at some kind of classic gun meet, watch the collector-folk freak out in stereo. He now has a unique piece HE enjoys… what else matters? all of the parts match except the bolt. The Mosin was my first rifle, and I take it with me into the desert every time I go shooting. But if I was going to spend that kind of money I’d buy a more modern rifle. I cleaned it when I shot it but didn’t see it as my responsibility to babysit otherwise, basically. son, who is partially brain-washed by the current clever advertising of such weapons to think that any arm that looks “tactical” is better than any other firearm, would benefit from running such a project on a similarly U/S military arm, as it would teach him plenty about the way things were and also a bit about gun-smithing and how it all works. At that point the two receiver holes can be drilled and tapped per Rock Solid's instructions. While it’s a drop-in job for the factory stock, the Anchor Point actually requires some modification to the Archangel since it doesn’t use a recoil lug bolt through it. Does it protect against corrosive surplus ammo? However, it’s very fast to acquire and easy to use. Anyone here done such a thing? Oh, and nice job, Jeremy. That T53 is my favorite gun now. I’m building a 700 right now with that same brake on it. They perfectly compliment each other! I gave sweet phuck all about that. The first step in the build process was cutting down the barrel and threading it for the brake. Now there are desert tan and O.D. Sometimes old rifles just need to be left…old. It is a well known long-gun, not just due to the fact that over 37 million were produced, but also because it is sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. I also have a ’44 PU Sniper (which my wife bougt for me). It is. It’s a range toy for me and it’s damn good at it now. My gunsmith — that’s Nick at HCTC Firearms still — prefers KG Gunkote products, and this Mosin is the fourth thing I’ve had him coat for me. So how accurate is it after the mods? Replace the barrel? That’s the route I went for sporterizing a Nagant, I bought a T53 off gunbroker. Once you have everything back together, smoothly functioning, and the action back in the stock, you can mount up your optic of choice. It’s a solid, inexpensive canvas to do something fun. Any ex-military here that has been to hand-me-down posts like Baumholder will tell you that they get rifles that are on their last leg to fight with)) and plink four shots with an inch spread at 300yrds with iron sights, so could anybody else. Even today you can find “new” ones for $125-$155 or so. like the way that barrel turned out. Some of my hardware appeared painted/coated instead of black oxide plated as it all should be, but I received a ‘prototype,’ pre-production version of this mount and I’m fairly sure that accounts for the discrepancy here. I do have a preference for how far it is from my eye and wasn’t as much of a fan of it on my pistol, but I like it in this scout scope location and I think it’ll stay on the Mosin. Personally I’d keep the Remington the way it is and just get another Mosin if you want to do this conversion. As you increase pressure, absolutely nothing happens. kinda like the difference between having and old jeep/landcruiser and keeping it pretty or hogging it out into a rock crawler. while it may have just been a turd it was a cool and historic turd and you sure as hell didnt turn it into a diamond. YMMV. Overall it’s a few ounces heavier. Even if you don’t give a damn about history, the rifle is perfectly fine the way it is. I don’t have my Mosin yet, but now I’m strongly tempted to buy a 2nd – keep the nicer one alone and do cool things ala Jeremy with the other one. While we may(myself included,Nagant revolver post) joke around a bit and hate to see the truly rare pieces get modified, where exactly would you like to place the “red line in the sand” when it comes to your own(or someone elses) personal property? Looks good, seems fun, cheap and easy, can’t wait to get mine together! I plan on this being my primary hunting rifle, as the 7.62x54R can take just about any sized game in the US. There are probably only a few instances inwhich an 70-100 yr old milsurp rifle like this needs to be rejuvenated. Great looking build imo. It’s tough and looks good. The rifle’s great for an industrial look . It’s going to get shot a lot now. Plus you learned a few gunsmithing skills in the process. BUILDING THE ULTIMATE MOSIN NAGANT The build was simple and relatively painless as before with the exception of some barrel crowning problems. yours. It’s a hobby and the money isn’t the point. So far this is the best build I could find, I know you can use AK supressors but I don't know if that would increase/decrease the stats of this gun. I understand your sentiment but I had zero reservations about heavily modifying what was frankly a slightly sub-par example of an extremely common rifle that I bought years ago for about $70 and was about to become nothing better than a wall hanger. Do as you please. I again started with a 1930's 91/30 Tula rifle which many consider to be some of the most accurate surplus Mosins made. And lucky you for scoring a M44 before those prices inflated as well. Most any rifle can be accurate if you know what you’re doing. With the barrel only being 5/8 overall and needing 5/8 threads for the M11 brake, it doesn’t leave much room to correct for threads. Jeremy built a fun range toy, and you’re just tr0lling. The graphic, which is the sight’s reticle, is a black triangle with a horizontal line across the top point — sort of like a simple scale, if you will. It pays to be sensible around firearms, but that doesn’t mean one shouldn’t have fun, too. I paid ~$70 for the Mosin itself but that was some time ago. Very cool! What brake size did you use? On the front of the sight is a glass lens, which magnifies the graphic. The parts are easily available at MSRP but if you shop around you can find them for less. I really like this build. My first chop and muzzle, took the barrel down to 24” and it shot very well with results that matched my first Mosin build however it, fit in my safe so I whacked it down a bit more to 20” and. Not that the slick, modern looks are a minor thing here. We are lucky the Russian army was as big as it was and this rifle was the only way to supply them all as they did, thus giving us, by supply and demand, a $125 rifle today. Most awesome Mosin I have seen, but, it’s still a Mosin. Rusting . I like the JMeck scope mount a LOT better than any other “after market” designs I have seen. Eventually I decided to just do 16″ of barrel and leave the brake removable so muzzle devices could be swapped around later. Man… I’ve been hankering after one of these stocks. As the person shooting the rifle, it really isn’t any louder than it was before. It cleaned up okay but it wouldn’t be fair to shoot it for accuracy due to the somewhat degraded condition. And from a practicality standpoint the muzzle brake is ridiculous, I don’t think even a stock M44 kicks *that* bad. It would hurt too much to modify an M39. And more ammo. You can tinker around with them and learn some gunsmithing skills without breaking the bank if you screw it up. 2. clean the cosmo off More money, but much nicer quality. I’ve got to have one. I’m betting you are correct! 11 months ago. All it takes to “keep a rifle from rusting into an unshootable condition” is a few minutes with an oily rag every couple of months. Kind of like a training bra.”. more info Quick view Add to Cart. It doesn’t go inside of the barrel. Some examples are extremely accurate. 0: 650.00: 12/06/2020 Early CAI Mosin Nagant M91/30 PU Sniper Rifle: 6: 630.00 : 11/12/2020 Tula Russian Mosin Nagant Mfg 1939 7.62x54R … I think I’ve accomplished that. I am all for projects but to me the barrel and the action are the heart of and gun and if you just bondo over the rust, you still have a hoopty. Good Job! The Bushnell optic delivers excellent clarity and a $350 MSRP is very reasonable for this quality of optic. At least from initial looks, the spring appeared to be a huge craftsmanship improvement over my 1930 vintage version. I absolutely LOVE shooting this baby and with how cheap a Spam Can still is, I can do it as often as I want. He also threaded, without changing the length, my Remington 597 Heavy Barrel and an old Western Field bolt action .22 lr. Good info. I have 2 mosin nagants and I can tell you that one of them is going to look similar to the build in this article. The build was simple and relatively painless as before with the exception of some barrel crowning problems. You had snow and an outstanding 7.62x54R Biathlon rifle. The Bushnell AR/223 allows incredibly clear shot placement and the precision to take advantage of all the upgrades. I’ve seen that stuff. I have 2 38 izzies. Including the sight, I’m a couple hundred bucks under the cost of the Ruger. Mosins are still inexpensive, and that Remington is relatively rare (as far as Mosins go). A hundred more years ought to do it! This project saved the darn thing. Assuming, of course, that you aren’t F’ing with something rare or historical. The end design is right for a computer game . Those both have sentimental value, and one of them has actual rarity value. I know we’re almost 4 years down the road from the date this article was written, but it is still topical. Get a Finnish M-39. The item that kept getting repeated in my head was, all this work and accessorizing around a barrel that looks like the moonscape under a borescope. What scope rings are those? In either case you simply remove the rear leaf spring sight by driving out just one pin but leave the base punned and soldered to the barrel. I don’t know why people are giving Jeremy a ration over this. That’s ideal, really. This allows the builder to swap to a different mount at some point if they want to transform a "sniper style" build to a "scout rifle" style build. Translation – I can’t think of a logical argument that would defend my point and support my views, so now I’m just going to insult you and call you a little girl. Looks good man. For this fun build, my criteria for a muzzle device were flashy looks, flashy fireballs, and efficacy. That’s just me. However, for anyone outside of that little pie slice of peace behind the gun I’m sure the concussion is…noticeable. ), that Archangel stock is gorgeous. If you don’t want it, sell it to a collector and buy 8 lesser mosins. Copyright 2016 - All rights reserved Bolt action, big bullet, it is a basic gun: everything you needed to send a bullet somewhat accurately down range(600m is not bad with iron sights) and nothing more. I was looking at one of these stocks yesterday. “The purpose of this build, then, was clear: fun. It’s beautiful. So you have $900+ dollars in a Mosin. What’s the base price of a Mosin and how many are there? In my case, I had one minute of Dremeling to assure the safety would properly function and the Rock Solid bent bolt fully seated. unfortunately I’m stuck on step 1. check out they usually have mosin’s at cheap prices. Note 1: I chose not to replace the barrel, although that was a serious consideration. If anyone considers doing this please make sure you are doing it to a “run of the mill” Mosin and not something rarer, like a US made Mosin or a Finish capture or something. There is a thousand kind of Mosin Nagant with the different design and feature. Depends on if they get an assembled firearm or one that’s already detail stripped and how complicated the coating job is. Even with accuracy a bit less than MOA, this Ultimate Mosin still delivers a fun shooting rifle with surplus ammo with accuracy infinitely better than a freshly uncrated Mosin and part of that is due to the re-crown, Bluegrass Stock, and Timney Trigger. One of the things I’ll miss just a little bit. It starts somewhere between “they made 37,000,000” and ends somewhere around “Wyatt Earps Peacemaker.” I applaud this guy for fitting this gun to his needs instead of using it as a 7 foot long paperweight. Never been a fan. There’s a storage compartment in the grip, too. It clamps to the recoil lug part of the receiver. Worn out barrel but receiver still in good condition? If that is a “flaming bomb” Remington, don’t you fµ*king touch it. At any rate, if your goal is light weight then I’d chop the barrel down to legal minimum length and crown it but leave it bare (no muzzle device) plus go with a different stock like a simple Monte Carlo one, which you could even drill out internally to lighten up. It has a pre 1928 izzy bolt on it.. Precision Armament M11 “Severe-Duty” Muzzle Brake,,,,,, Drop magazines. From 1882-1891 Russia designed the bolt-action, five-round, internal-magazine fed, Mosin Nagant military rifle. I just refinished my stock. Strapped across your back, the Mosin isn’t any heavier. Not nearly as awful to work with compared to a lot of the internet methods (brake cleaner? The AK-47 standard thread pitch (14×1 LH) would probably work just fine. It’s called puberty and it automatically changes boys into men around the age of 13. The bottom line is that this is a historic rifle. some guy on youtube, hacked one down to make it a “pistol”. Out shoots any rem700 around. I really like this idea but I’m wondering how much wiggle you get after a few hundred rounds with that set up. Plenty of folks view this as ruining a rifle, but if some changes can literally save other old rifles from rusting away like mine was then I’m [obviously] all for it. Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant/SVT-40 Rifle Scope 3.5x 3 Post Reticle Black FF13024 Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant/SVT-40 Rifle Scope 3.5x ... Our Low Price $149.97 QuickView Stock was horrendous cracked plywood and not a single number matches, but the bolt glides like butter and the bore is freaking PRISTINE. 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