bboylawless: I may be wrong but i just looked at my M44 rear sight and it looks alot
smaller than the 91/30...so i dont know if it would fit
Robbie Fortner: Doe anyone know if the T53 Version has the same dovetail set up
Danger smith: Nice!
Steven Satak: Thank you for the video. I will have to invest in an altered bolt handle,
but hey. It should be worth it.
Mike Mikle: How is it holding so far?
MrAwsomeshot: I used the same rail. I actually cut a notch into the top of the rail on
the barrel for the set screw to go into. I am not sure if its even needed.
I was able to crank the rail down pretty tight (do that before you use set
screw or it wont be level. I put the blu locktight to it as well.
David Kramer: Just ad the h t t p stuff (Wont let me post it to the URL below) to the URL
below.... its the scope mount.
GMELECTRONICS365: Get yourself a punch set instead of griping your pins
21taters: i dont think this works on the m44
christianz2010: why not?
21taters: because theres only one pin rod holding the rear sight in place so most
likely theres only one dovetail hole making it impossible to mount the
rings and/or scope safely
christianz2010: why not??
quadheart: I saw this sight at combat hunting.com it was for a airgun that fit a ruger
10/22 looks like a good set up
ChazOneZeroSeven: it's moe- sin not moysen you waste of life
resonant.interval: hahaha airsoft scope mount on a high powered battle carbine
bob barker: standard scope rings will mount right to the dovetail, don't need the
mount, just get the tall ones
sappervic1: This does not work on a M44 as the rear sight is part of the barrel!
kyew1969: Awesome that you're picking up this kind of challenge. Too many people
would be scared crapless of trying anything like that. But I want to make
you aware of some things (if you're not already since you posted this). You
have either a MN 91/30 or a M44. I couldn't see enough of your barrel to
tell from the video, but the full-length Mosins are 91/30s. Also, with your
rail, you can have a Picatinny or a Weaver, not both. The difference is, a
Picatinny will accept both; Weaver only accepts Weaver.
J Tucker: I just googled Moisin Nagant, only things that came up were for Mosin
Nagants. Not saying you're wrong, just maybe I googled wrong.
ludditeneaderthal: rather than JBWeld, try krazy glue, or a gap filling CA called "zappa dappa
goo" (used for RC airplanes, EVERY hobby shop that has RC aircraft carries
it). Zap sells a CA solvent that breaks the bond (if you ever decide to
resort to iron sights again, or somehow manage to butcher the mount beyond
use). a couple of drops for the screws, and the dovetails would do an
awesome "chem weld" job, but acetone, zap solv, or even a hot soldering
iron will allow minimal effort removal
master boss: hells yeah
slipnslide83: ahh dont rape the wood man... :(
Sithborn: i got all the pins out but the rail will not move even with a good amount
of force suggestions
master boss: there is a reason they didnt put an "i" in front of the "s"
ChazOneZeroSeven: you're an idiot this doesn't work for the m44
DeanMLFlame: m44 is a great rifle. I've been loving mine to death.
mynirvana1686: yeah just got this in the mail or rather something like it but iv noticed
that when tightened down the "dove tail" on the mosin is bigger than a
standard dove tail and causes the mount to lean to the right or left. any
sugestions? like i said i could just jb weld it on there but id rather not
go to such a drastic measure.
bob barker: what a hack!!!!!!
RANGECOACH1: he said it's a U.T.G. rail.. it should be steel... U.T.G. makes decent
stuff. but the easiest way iv'e seen to do a scout rifle for a mosin is
just use brass stackers mosin scout scope mount,, abd then slap on a NC
star variable power pistol scope or L.E.R. long eye relief scope.. u can do
all that for like 100$ but the way this guy did it isnt the worst idea
talkingears: that means your rail is soldered in, you'll probably have to heat it up to
melt the solder, heating the barrel too much will harm your barrel though.
kyew1969: Seeing as they did put an "I" in front of the "S", thanks for alerting me
to a line of bullcrap. Google Moisin Nagant and see what comes up. The
spelling "Mosin" is an Americanism, or a Westernism.
quadheart: Did you reuse the original sight pins to secure the mount and where did you
buy the mount
David Kramer: amazon.com/UTG-11mm-Weaver-Adapter-Adjustable/dp/B001CJ67E6/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1338677102&sr=8-2-spell
dalton41803: Where did you get that mount at and how much did it cost?
David Kramer: Really would like to know what scope you mounted. Also, I'm going to Check
Amazon As You Said, To see about getting one of these mounts.
bhouck1000: Does the m44 have the dovetail under the sight. Thanks.
redroab79: I have an M44 (1944) and mine looks just like the one above I can also
remove the rear sight, no issues.
Joe Holtz: I ordered mine off amazon also. Shot it today with a leupold scope and I
noticed it crept forward. I think I'm going to drill the two holes tomorrow
with the bracket on and loc tite in a couple of screws. Ay other
suggestions.? Other than that I really like the rail
m70c00l: with the red dot mounted like this does it hold zero well , im thinking of
trying this and putting a vortex sparc on it
Tim: For those who cant find it look on ebay. Like so everyone will see!
MrAwsomeshot: I bet this setup loosens up on him I am going to tap about 1/8" for the set
screw the cut and flush a steel set screw. 3/8 dove tail does not get
enough purchase to hold up against repeated heavy recoil so you gotta go
extra mile. The other option is to tap the dovetail mount where the old
pins go in and just put the pins back in.
ghosthooker3000: thanks, for making this cool video.
mynirvana1686: im not sure any of you have thought about this but i know when i get mine
im going to use the set screw and then jb weld that mother on there. i dont
think its going to move after that.
RANGECOACH1: ??? look harder lol not to slam this video because it's good but theres
many many options...
Robert Hathaway: What is the part # for the mount if you don't mind.
David Kramer: This install went perfectly. Very solid metal mount. Set screws hold firmly
when mounted to the dovetail. Mine is finished. Not an arisoft as stated by
quarknimble... Seriously. Great quality rail system.
jman98403: did u just clamp it to the barrel or actually go through the were u popped
the pins out of????
Jaronce Clavet: its probably brazed/soldered in place
ofrendaik: Nice! Could you post the link to the mount? I'll apreciate it. I'm having a
hard time trying to find one.
J. Snow: shut up you yankee little crap freak
How to Scout Scope Mount Mosin Nagant 91/30 M444.8
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