James Conway: PLEASE TAKE MY MONEY AND BUILD ME ONE JUST LIKE THAT???????**??
Gen X Murse: Beautiful, but the only thing I don't like is that it looks like you can't load with those stripper clips.
Cur M: A truly skilled piece of work on the rifle but the cinematography? VERY hard to really appreciate what is superior craftsmanship with hand held, out of focus camera work. Use a tripod for the camera, still shots for the up close views (that way I could have seen your badass logo), and go from one end of the rifle to the other when discussing the mods with still shots of each piece if work. The rifle looks very, very good, though.
matthew koepp: Do you have any plans to make this for others i would love this
Airduinec SI: Is it even a mosin anymore if you made a new receiver?
gurumagoo: I know it's your money and your rifle, but spending that much on a rifle that out of the box cost $80-$150 is dumb.
CHRISTOPHER WILFORD: I want one! how much for you to make me the same "custom components"?
jack hudson: Thats very impressive work man. I've been thinking about buying one along with the arch-angel stock and going from there. Did you do the machining work yourself? Modifying the bolt was a great idea to allow modern optics.
Jesus von Nazaret: Nice mod you made there, quite impressive what you did there for me personally the scope would be a bit too high without a raised cheek rest
Harald Pettesen: A mighty godd friend .
Sam Walker: " i also machined up an whole new goddamn rifle !"
rionduval: looks like you machined that foregrip out of a maglite flashlight.
sylhetypolasab: how much the second one cost total?it looks really good...
wheelmen: Well that Mosin is awesome that looks sharp that is one classy rifle forget all these Morons they complain about you change this gun in spending money on it is your guns your money do what you want to do with it god bless america
Puppet Puppet: Why the freak would you go and ruin a perfectly good war rifle like this? The 1891 is a classic piece, and deserves to be kept that way, and preserved. They've had a venerable war history, and are still in use over 100 years after their creation, just like the 1911's you yanks all seem to hold dear.
You've ripped apart a classic rifle, and you've gone far beyond the insult of sporterizing it. Not only do you not bother to use Warsaw Pact modifications such as dovetails and PU/PSO sighting equipment to keep the Russian authenticity, but... So many freaking /rails./
And how does the AR15 stock handle the recoil? A stock designed for a 5.56x45 rifle must have some trouble standing up to the recoil from a 7.62x54R round. Kill yourself. You're the epitome of mall ninja culture.
Reeled You Inn: You said "I machined up a whole new receiver for it" wouldn't this fall into the category of manufacturing a firearm? I know the Russians serial numbered their rifles on the barrel but most imports have a new number on the receiver.
Jarrett Boucher: Beautiful
Joey Gecko: lol
Dylan Watson: that's a pretty cool rifle
matt daily: More people need to customize this rifle so the stock ones can become more rare and valuable they are 100 dollars for a reason and it's not because they suck cause they don't they are badass and fun to shoot. I love custom mosins good work