By Peter C. Schechter A couple of years ago, I read an article here by Jeremy S. describing his conversion of a useless Mosin-Nagant rifle and turning it into something truly fun. More recently, when it came time to create some space in my safe, one of the guns that was slated for disposal one way […]
If you’re the unit armorer for a platoon of Soviet Army WWII re-enactors, you’ll need a boatload of Mosin-Nagant 91/30 rifles, along with a couple of Nagant revolvers to shoot the deserters. You’ll also need a pile of Mosins if you’re trying to lay in a stockpile of rugged, powerful rifles for your worst TEOTWAWKI […]
The Mosin-Nagant is one of the few mil-surp rifles you can shoot all afternoon (or until your shoulder falls off) for less than $50 worth of ammo. The right stripper clips can make this a lot easier. The wrong ones can make your afternoon of shooting a living hell, so here’s a quick video tutorial.
I’m not in charge here, but I don’t need express editorial permission to note that TTAG hearts Mosin-Nagants. Many of us already own one or five of them, and we’ve penned so many articles about the Czar’s last rifle that (contrary to my normal OCD linking habits) I’m not even going to bother trying to […]
Here at TTAG, we love the lowly Mosin-Nagant. I waxed historical about it last September, and Ralph just taught you all you need to know about its care, grooming and feeding. From buttplate to bayonet, the cheap and ugly Russian utters a sturdy Proletariat challenge: Mock me at your peril, capitalist pig! Today’s object of […]