motrhead L: BOTH Nagant and Mosin are turning over in their graves!!!!
Tapperlite1: Take the cleaning rod out, don't ruin perfectly good barrel bands.
ratagris21: The concept is good, but the issues that are reported are not the best and
if you have modify that much then its completely flawed especially having
to resend it back to them. The "barrel" that you keep referring to is
actually the barrel and action assembly. Great video and for pointing out
Texas Slinger: just got my Desert Sand stock in today at lunch. Gonna install it this
then it the range saturday
George Myers: Think you would be able to take a bit off the back of the trigger keeping
the same profile to give enough clearance?
Reg Sparkes: I have been told about this trigger guard issue with this stock, and
decided to NOT buy one. Now I have seen what you have to say, my question
is, Will Promag be as courteous to a Canadain buyer like me ? We have to
spend upwards of $300.00 to get one of these stocks,..this would piss off a
buyer like me if I hadn't seen your video.
Александр Соколов: Mosin invented in Russia. Colonel Mosin took some from Nagant, but it does
not make its creator rifle, otherwise you must be honest and call
Springfield - Springfield-Mauser, but you don't.
mydejavooo1: Great video!! I just bought a 91/30 and played around with refinishing the
original stock, but have decided to replace it with a modern take on the
stock. I was VERY impressed with your video, and I hope Archangel takes a
good look here! Love the beefed up look, but I'm not sure I'd be all too
thrilled having to modify my brand new stock right out of the box. Sure,
some items require custom fitting, but you bring up excellent points here.
Thank you my friend!
Dusty Slim: Would a Timney Trigger upgrade alleviate the problem with the trigger guard
motrhead L: One question....WHY?
TheGreatAK6153: This is not an install video...
docwilkey: Looks interesting!
Bryan Kraber: ProMag industries is an absolutely terrible company. I've only found a few
of their products that actually work well.
hemijeep1: For the trigger, you can also just add a shim kit. It will shorten the
length of pull and remove all the slack so you don't shouldn't have to
shave the guard. The kit is about $5.
fmh2066: what is the cost of this rig? i have a 1944 as well and would like to do
somethings to it.
firingpin76: That stock is actually designed to work with the Timney replacement
trigger, this is proven by the fact that the stock is in-letted for the
thumb safety of the Timney trigger. Beisdes, you install the timney, and
you go from a rough crappy trigger to a smooth, buttery trigger that is
adjustable from 1.5 to 4lbs.
mixflip: It looked like your barreled action was not fully seated into the stock.
Mine fit flush at the back while yours looked like it was about 2mm higher
than the stock. Did you have a shim in your trigger?
GrandmasDay32: For $200 I expected a little more from Archangel, they screwed the pooch on
that trigger guard.
Patrick Wipf: Sorry. Typo. But the receiver (or action) is the part of the rifle that is
considered the firearm. The barrel is the part of the rifle that the bullet
travels through. The barrel can be removed, and a new one put on if the old
barrel is shot out. When the receiver and barrel are together it is
referred to as a "Barreled Action".
Mathaisxr7: And it's hit or miss as to trigger gaurd issues, I have a 1938 91/30 Hex
and it was drop in and go with absolutely no issues. Mine is a first round
pre-release as well and I must second how great the customer service is
with these guys!! I do find that my groupings do better free floating
rather than with the tensioner.
DanieleBecchetti: ...during the video you say that they sent you another stock. Does it means
that archangel is now poducing the same stock but with a larger trigger
MrMnmn911: Great news fullyotto31. How does it feel and shoot? Thanks for watching and
MrMnmn911: You're welcome Ken Sanderson. Be sure to watch my 4th of July shooting
video. I got my new replacement stock in and did some shooting. Thanks for
watching, liking and subscribing.
mixflip: Ah I see. Maybe you got a bad one. It happens. At least Mike is sending you
another one. I got one of the first ones and it is flawless. Hopefully your
issue is rare.
Mac KATANA: what website did you order the stock from? I cant find them anywhere.
Ken Sanderson: Thank you gidian. I was going to ask about that very thing.
ProactivePreppers: I own one and can say for the price of the actual gun is basically what the
price of the stock is. Aside from that a ten round mag is a welcome
addition to a Mosin. SHTF you will wish you didn't have to load stripper
clips. Don't take a crap on technology and the way it benefits old tech.
This gun has been around for many moons, nothing wrong with improving it
like it could not be when it was created. On the other side of life yes I
do love the character and history of its original wood stock.
MrMnmn911: Hi rambokickass77. Very good question. I'm new to the Mosin-Nagant and love
the weapon. I wouldn't be able to explain it well, so I've updated the
video description with links to videos that explain free floating for
accurizing the Mosin-Nagant. Both are excellent videos. Hope this helps.
Thanks for watching.
MrMnmn911: I agree, the 5 & 10 round magazines will be a great accessory in a SHTF
situation. I also have a Hex barrel Mosin and will keep it as is. This one
that I've put on the Archangel stock is a round barrel Mosin. I've also
saved the original wood stock, etc. In case I ever decide to convert it
back. Thanks for watching and commenting ProactivePreppers.
TheButtfacelicker: Timney triggers are backordered until November 2013! I hear ppl
recommending them but nobody says where to get them.
MrMnmn911: Thanks for watching Skip Doe.
MrMnmn911: lol. yeah. ProMag did send me a new stock and it installed fine. I didn't
do a video on that install. I did do a video for the 4th of July shooting
with the new Archangel stock. Please visit my YT channel to watch it.
Thanks for watching. :o)
MrMnmn911: Cool. Mine needs more dremmeling on the trigger guard and in the area where
the interrupter/ejector assembly sit. Hope yours fits great without any
dremmeling. Thanks for watching and commenting.
MrMnmn911: The tensioner can only fit in one spot. The molding inside the front part
of the stock has multiple chambers for structure strength and the chamber
for the barrel tensioner is the only one sized differently but it's sized
perfectly for it, so there is no mistaking where it should be placed. It
does have an arrow on it which should point to the front on the barrel when
installed. I might do another install video and cover all the pieces more
rambokicksass77: What does free floating mean and how does it make a rifle more accurate?
ditttch: Nothing is being ruined. The working parts are simply removed from the
original stock and put on the new one. One who does this conversion can
hold on to the original Mosin stock and re-install the
barrel/receiver/trigger/bolt back onto it and have their original Mosin
back as it was.
gidian: get a timney trigger and it solves that problem
Jesse N: That last comment is in reference to the ad to this video, just so there's
MrMnmn911: No. The trigger guard is the same size. But on the replacement I didn't
have to do any dremeling on the trigger guard. Don't know exactly why but
the trigger pull problem wasn't there. The only noticeable difference was
they now have a recessed area molded for the interrupter/ejector spring. My
barrel dropped into the replacement with almost no issue. I had to do some
dremeling on the inside, to get the bolt end of the barrel to seat good,
but not much.
ditttch: I'm thinking I might like to have one too. Looks pretty sweet.
NormJetta: Thanks to share with us. I really appreciated!
MrMnmn911: You're welcome Brenda. Thanks for watching.
MrMnmn911: Yes, you are correct ArtisnCraftsman. Thanks for sharing the info. It's
always good to know the correct name for the parts of each weapon one owns.
I try to read the manuals prior and while shooting my videos and I want to
get the correct info out. Plus it's always great when we share knowledge of
our common interest. Thanks for watching and commenting.
keltecshooter: welcome to the world of gunsmithing i would prefer to do some slight
fitting to the trigger housing and also the big fat trigger that is found
in a lot of nagants if it has just a hairs clearance after it breaks is
preferable to me i would also suggest shooting with and without the
tensioner and go with whatever is more accurate
MrMnmn911: boy Skip you need to get a life. I'm sure you are a real emotional drain
to your family. peace out.
WRAPLOCK: and from what I've seen and read the magazines require a lot of work also.
Glad I held back and didn't pre-order. Hopefully after some time Pro-mag
will work out all the bugs and offer a quality part. I'll keep watching and
FeverMutt: Why ruin a perfectly good gun? These are becoming more rare and all these
crappy sporterized stocks and modifications are only going to ruin them for
future generations to enjoy the real thing, the military version, not the
crappy, Call of Duty, Eotech modded crap that people are turning them into
mixflip: One of my 91/30s had the same trigger problem you had. I could not dry fire
it because the trigger could not move back far enough. Upon closer
inspection I found that the previous owner put a shim in the trigger to
lighten up the spring pressure. This cause the gun to not fit properly in
the Archangel stock. When I took out the trigger shim, it fit perfect and
Patrick Wipf: Dude learn the proper terminology.
MrMnmn911: What is "TIts"? I just read through my Mosin-Nagant manual supplied by
Century International Arms, Inc.. It doesn't have anything in its
instructions or parts list with the terminology "barreled action" or
"action". I only see "barrel assembly". Thanks for watching, commenting,
liking, favoriting and subscribing Patrick Wipf.
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