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Mosin Nagant Trigger

For all of the Mosin Nagant fans, a decent trigger.

http://timneytriggers.com/sunshop/in...ct_detail&p=50

May put one on my M38.

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For all of the Mosin Nagant fans, a decent trigger.

http://timneytriggers.com/sunshop/in...ct_detail&p=50

May put one on my M38.

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I think you should... its about time someone made it.

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My mosin trigger is the worst, but that trigger costs more than i paid for the rifle itself. Timney makes good stuff. Not looking to try and double the resale on a mosin, just yet. It is good to see some one address the number one complaint on that rifle.

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I sold all of my MN stuff except my m39 AND m38. I will keep the M38 because I just like the little carbine so sinking more into it doesn't bother me, but I agree I can't see the justification if it's just a shooter MN. They shoot fine for an old milsurp rifle as is.

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I sold all of my MN stuff except my m39 AND m38. I will keep the M38 because I just like the little carbine so sinking more into it doesn't bother me, but I agree I can't see the justification if it's just a shooter MN. They shoot fine for an old milsurp rifle as is.

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Ive still got one of yours, an m44.


I have a new custom wood stock for it, but I decided to get a 91/30 so I dont have to mess with the bayonet.


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Lol why would someone buy this when the rifle it self costs that or even less? Is it a match trigger.

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Lol why would someone buy this when the rifle it self costs that or even less? Is it a match trigger.
If I have no intention of ever selling the rifle, and its going to be in my collection. Might as well make it nice in whatever way you can. Your obviously going to "lose" money, but as long as your happy with it thats all that matters

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If I can ever get my hands on one with the octagon receiver and a good barrel, then I may drop the coin for that and a bent bolt. I love these rifles, don't know why it took me so long to buy one. The one I got now has a bad barrel, but it still shoots decent enough to hit a pig at 50 yrds.

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For all of the Mosin Nagant fans, a decent trigger.

http://timneytriggers.com/sunshop/in...ct_detail&p=50

May put one on my M38.

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Hell I kinda like the trigger on my M-44... it breaks hard and clean... nice find though...

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If I can ever get my hands on one with the octagon receiver and a good barrel, then I may drop the coin for that and a bent bolt. I love these rifles, don't know why it took me so long to buy one. The one I got now has a bad barrel, but it still shoots decent enough to hit a pig at 50 yrds.

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Ive still got one of yours, an m44.
I have a new custom wood stock for it, but I decided to get a 91/30 so I dont have to mess with the bayonet.
Good to see the old fireball again. I like the sniper bolt you put on it. The reason I kept the m38 was the lack of bayonet. I have fun hiking out West with my carbines and carry the m38 or my Enfield Jungle carbine along with my S&W 65. Perhaps I should ditch the S&W and carry my nagant pistol or my Webley MK6. Anyway I enjoy combining my hobbies and I always get interesting comments from other hikers.

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For that price, I'm definitely doing it.

My MN has a synthetic stock, bent bolt, safety ring on the decock / safety, peep sights, a modern russian lighted scope.... and soon this trigger.

Oh wait, that's if I had one officially.....
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Good lord, it's worth twice the price of the damn rifle. Smooth the trigger out yourself, it takes 10 minutes to do it. I'll let you take a pull on mine sometime. It's one of the smoothest triggers I own.
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I was at Military Gun Supply last week and saw MN with round receivers going for $100, hex receivers going for $120, and ex-snipers going for $150 I may end up getting one now that they have a Timney trigger for it.

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Good lord, it's worth twice the price of the damn rifle. Smooth the trigger out yourself, it takes 10 minutes to do it. I'll let you take a pull on mine sometime. It's one of the smoothest triggers I own.
Off topic, but I havent forgot about you for that stock refinish. I decided to get a 91/30 for it. So once im ready if ur still interested I'll holler at you.

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Off topic, but I havent forgot about you for that stock refinish. I decided to get a 91/30 for it. So once im ready if ur still interested I'll holler at you.
Bring it over man, makes it easier on me when I have more than one to do at a time.
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Yes the rifle is inexpensive.

Now here is how my thinking went when it came to spending money on mine.

I bought the rifle for $90.

I have done a stock, a sniper bolt mod, a new sling, a scope mount from Russia and a Russian modern lighted scope, peep sights, and next up will be this Trigger.

I'll around $500 in the entire rifle.

Tell me where I can get a rifle that has this amount of fire power holds 5+ rounds, is as reliable, accurate, and has both useable iron sights, and a long range quality scope for that price..... It isn't going to happen unless some crazy bargain falls in my lap from a desperate seller.
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Yes the rifle is inexpensive.

Now here is how my thinking went when it came to spending money on mine.

I bought the rifle for $90.

I have done a stock, a sniper bolt mod, a new sling, a scope mount from Russia and a Russian modern lighted scope, peep sights, and next up will be this Trigger.

I'll around $500 in the entire rifle.

Tell me where I can get a rifle that has this amount of fire power holds 5+ rounds, is as reliable, accurate, and has both useable iron sights, and a long range quality scope for that price..... It isn't going to happen unless some crazy bargain falls in my lap from a desperate seller.
The point is it's a waste of money in my opinion. I would be willing to bet my modified trigger has a smoother pull than that timney.
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