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Mosin Nagant let down.

So I was cleaning my rifle.... and dropped it accidentally on the ground = result.



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Bummer. Can the stocks be easily replaced on those things?

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LOL god damn. First Ive seen of that and Ive dropped plenty of MN.
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That sucks...You can get a new for less than a $100 and Aim Surplus might even have some replacement stocks.

Guess after 70 years the wood just gave up the ghost.

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wow, if the drop did that, imagine what some bad recoil could have done.

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Bummer. Can the stocks be easily replaced on those things?
I havent found one. An original wooden stock is 80 bux i got the rifle for 90. I guess i can gorilla glue it and see where that takes me. If not ill just convert it into a monte carlo stock and then make it for hunting.

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I havent found one. An original wooden stock is 80 bux i got the rifle for 90. I guess i can gorilla glue it and see where that takes me. If not ill just convert it into a monte carlo stock and then make it for hunting.
Theres a stock on GB for $30 BIN.
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I havent found one. An original wooden stock is 80 bux i got the rifle for 90. I guess i can gorilla glue it and see where that takes me. If not ill just convert it into a monte carlo stock and then make it for hunting.
I love that about these guns. Would love to pick one up once I get the 10 other guns on my list that I want more...

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Is that a 91/30 or an m44? If you wanna sell the barreled action let me know. I have a nice aftermarket wood stock but I need the longer barrel of the 91/30.

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What is the difference between the three grades of MN on aim surplus' site?
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Theres a stock on GB for $30 BIN.
What is GB?

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Gun Broker?
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Some wood glue should fix that right up. lol.
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Nick can buff that right out!!


Seriously, can't CJ fix that?????
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Lol you must have used it as a bat. Those stocks are a dime a dozen. Bring it to my house, let's make a nagant pistol.
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Lol you must have used it as a bat. Those stocks are a dime a dozen. Bring it to my house, let's make a nagant pistol.
Honestly the way it fell made it pivot and swing like a club, so I dont doubt that is what caused the stress, No Nagant Pistol I already clamped it down with glue and expect results.

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Honestly the way it fell made it pivot and swing like a club, so I dont doubt that is what caused the stress, No Nagant Pistol I already clamped it down with glue and expect results.
I wouldn't recommend gluing that thing back together without pins.
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I wouldn't recommend gluing that thing back together without pins.
Drill it put pins as support. I already did that. Lets just hope that holds.

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Drill it put pins as support. I already did that. Lets just hope that holds.
you're full of shit.
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you're full of shit.
Ok you are right... I DIDN'T do it... JASON did it for me.

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Ok you are right... I DIDN'T do it... JASON built a robot to do it for me, then sent the robot back in time to protect John Connor.
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If it don't I think I can scrounge a stock up for not much money
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I have repaired lots of antique chairs with broken legs. I drill a 3/8,s hole about 4 inches deep into both pieces. You have to measure carefully to get the holes in line. Then use a steel rod that is slightly smaller than the holes. That difference in size of the rod and the hole gives you a little wiggle room. Fill both holes with JB Weld, insert the rod in one side, apply good carpenter's glue to the wood and jam the parts of the stock together and tape or tie it to keep it square. After it drys, sand and stain the stock. I even fixed a broken neck on a banjo with this method.
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By the way, I was told that black wood is rotted wood. And there was black wood.

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By the way, I was told that black wood is rotted wood. And there was black wood.
That would be oil absorbing into the wood.
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Lesson #1, don't drop your fucking rifle, recruit!!!!!!

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Lesson #1, don't drop your fucking rifle, you puke. You make me sick!!!!!!

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