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Old 01-27-2013, 04:54 AM   #121
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They typically have better quality machining. The round receivers were produced as quaickly as possible during war years.
^this. which means more collectible/desirable. i want to get a hex to be a safe queen and then Tac out the regular one i have.
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that stock for the mosin is nice. passed on the ati mod but this may be making me want to mod the hex again.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:15 PM   #125
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that stock for the mosin is nice. passed on the ati mod but this may be making me want to mod the hex again.
Yeah, I've never been a fan of the othe Mosin stocks but this one looks pretty cool. The price from what I've hear is going to be around $150, not bad cosidering it allows the Mosin to accept detachable magazines.
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Just ordered a Chinese type 53. Hopefully it will look better than the stock photo but oh well I plan in refinishing it anyways.

http://www.jgsales.com/mosin-nagant-...n.-p-2341.html
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Did you guys see these new stocks for the Mosin Nagant? http://www.canadiangunnutz.com/forum...K-47-Saiga-SKS
Found my new stock for my Type 53.
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:48 AM   #129
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Damn i want to get one of these guns. pure beauty and such history.


Booo! I fear that is why the Hex are so rare on the market. At least plays a role.
There was a whole crate of hexes when I got mine. 1930 - 1936. I chose a 1930. First year they started doing them from what I've read....It did have an armory refurb stock tho, no screws in the escucheons for the strap. But all the numbers match and got all the goodies that go with it - bayonet, oiling can, tool pouch, ammo belt & tin of 440 rounds of ammo.
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Anyone else have the sticky bolt issue?
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Anyone else have the sticky bolt issue?

I did. But I was able to correct the issue.

There is a great YouTube video on how to correct the problem. I am unable to link that video at this time.

But basically all you need to do is take a 20 gauge copper brush and some boring compound. http://www.amazon.com/J-B-Non-Embedd.../dp/B0018L9UOW Put the brush on a drill and put some compound on it. Run the brush up from the back around the chamber. Then clean the compound out.

Then strip the bolt and polish all the parts. Then lube the bolt, including the firing pin and spring with some copper anti seize. http://www.amazon.com/Loctite-38650-.../dp/B0006Q7H36 This stuff is awesome. I use it on all my guns.

The bolts on mine are super smooth now.
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Sweet. Thanks.
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Does anyone know of any sites selling mosins online? I want to buy another and put that new arc angle stock on it ! All the local sellers want 300 bucks for them .
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that stock looks pretty sweet. wouldnt mind getting one of those for my plain mosin after i get my hands on a hex.
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Does anyone know of any sites selling mosins online? I want to buy another and put that new arc angle stock on it ! All the local sellers want 300 bucks for them .
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one problem I have with my mosin-nagant is that before I shoot it all the screws and everything is tight and after I get past ~50 rounds the receiver and barrel comes loose from the stock. I'm still able to shoot it but it scares the hell out of me because I see the receiver move towards me a little bit when I shoot.
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Why not loctite that shit....red if you don't want to take it apart for a long time....or ever. Might use the regular stuff instead of red for easier periodical breakdown and thorough cleaning. Haven't done mine but would seem to be the answer. I haven't put enough rounds thru mine to even notice that yet.....thanks for heads up.
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one problem I have with my mosin-nagant is that before I shoot it all the screws and everything is tight and after I get past ~50 rounds the receiver and barrel comes loose from the stock. I'm still able to shoot it but it scares the hell out of me because I see the receiver move towards me a little bit when I shoot.
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Why not loctite that shit....red if you don't want to take it apart for a long time....or ever. Might use the regular stuff instead of red for easier periodical breakdown and thorough cleaning. Haven't done mine but would seem to be the answer. I haven't put enough rounds thru mine to even notice that yet.....thanks for heads up.
I think I would just use some plumbers tape over loctite. I shoot the surplus ammo all the time so I break down my gun a lot having to mess with the loctite all the time would be a pain.
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