Walking proof that you should never try this at home.
WANT !! Oh yes, I'll bubba up a $70 M-44 with a stock that could be used to smooth soft rocks.Just the stock itself is a sweet looking idea but add in the 5 and 10 round magazines and I'm there.
That's kinda what I was thinking. I'm not so hooked on the looks of the stock as I am the detachable magazine.Yank the bayonet, chamber a blank and turn it to a flat bull barrel, then get a rock solid scope mount, and you've got one heck of a sharp Mosin rifle.Did you see the allocation in the stock for the Timney trigger and safety? That is slick.
I'm right there with you, Bob!This looks like a rifle that Jayne Cobb would be proud to kill a man with (in a fair fight, or if he thinks he's gonna start a fair fight, or if there's a woman, or if he bothers him)...and that's more than enough for me!
Hah! Stock with a price of 3-4 additional mosin rifles. :) Well, idea is neat, but the question is only about its MSRP. And how good is Timney trigger, who knows?
The MSRP is probably 50-100 dollars higher than what it will sell for.Right now, most gun shops are selling 91/30s for 150-200 dollars, and M44s sometimes twice that. So, it's still expensive, but not too bad.The Timney trigger is very nice, I've tried the Timney trigger on a Mosin before, much nicer than original. Very light and crisp.
Love it red... I'm posting a link on WOF great find I think our mosin guys will love it too-WTF
Verrrrry sweet! I hope that they WORK. I've been kicking around the idea of upgrading my Mosin...