AJ Usog: Great work, but why an ar stock? If its for longer distance, wouldnt a heavier buttstock with cheekrest be a bettet option? Something heavy to absorb all that oooomph... rest of it is gorgeous
Sniper 1989: good
2gamesplus some: man I'm ok people upgrading there mosin but you just made a new gun in plus it's ugly as hell
Brian Gonzales: You built this?
Yaegerman_Dinkleson5: Nice, though I'm not a purist, simply an admirer of the original red army nugget, but hey, great creativity and craftsmanship.
Bruce Guevara: wow nice custom
Billy Batshitcrazy: bubba ur rifle is stupid, just get a modern action if you want to make a decent gun, have fun with your sticky bolt and worn out barrel. also nice chin weld ya freaktard
ThtTallGuy: Why bother spending so much money on a gun that Won't even shoot better than a typical hunting rifle? Also, the bipod is too close. There's no use for it.
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: " i also machined up an whole new goddamn rifle !"
rionduval: looks like you machined that foregrip out of a maglite flashlight.
Gummy Lover: Cool Tiến Diệp: zo xe đóng cửa lần khó khăn quá... muahahha xe hiệu erinoftheloststargate6: haha Good job, guys :) Mack Jack: picking this bike up on tuesday! zainab bibi: I hub moleman1961: Just got the AMP 100! Loving it! j greystoke: Great trench M1917 "knife", really a trench spike. The triangular blade was not banned, that is just a myth. The reason why the 1918 and many later trench knives did away with the spike and used a blade with edges was to give the weapon some utility apart from killing. That M1917, and the wonderful Robbins Dudley trench knives, were not designed to be useful utility knives(in contrast to most modern so-called combat knives). The were not designed for the foolish knife "dueling" you see in movies(or the nonsense taught in dojos). They were designed for the quick kill from a surprise attack. And they were designed so that anyone who was aggressive enough could kill in seconds, without having to be taught any kind of fencing or dueling.