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    Default WHAT TO DO WITH A MOSIN RECEIVER

    i got a mosin receiver and one of those monster x54 barrels in a trade recently. decided that the barrel would look/work so much better on a psl, so i have the receiver, bolt body and a rock solid scope mount laying around looking lonely.

    option 1- find a barrel and build. where????

    option 2- get rid of it....

    option 3- ??????????????????
    al gore is full of carbon enriched shit

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    a year or so ago there was a company selling complete mosin rifles minus the reciever, someone with one of this kits needs your reciever?

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    unless you got all the trigger parts springs screws and all the little stuff iuts cheaper just to buy another rifle complete. they will nickle an dime you to death to peice one together.

    if you have all the bits and pieces then tere are some options you could build a sporting riflew out of it with a custom barrel or do a calibur coinversion to some thing like a 444 marlin or maybe a 6.5x54r

    I wish there were some dirt cheap bad bore rifles to buy but they must get parted out.

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    bg got everything but the barrel and the bolt. i wish i had and knew how to use a lathe. some guys at the weaponsguild have done some crazy stuff with a mosin.

    if i didnt already have 3 mosins in the closet...
    al gore is full of carbon enriched shit

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    How is the reciever "papered" ? You could make a mosin pistol.

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    well a bolts about $35 or so since the reciver is already in your name it might make sence to build it into somehting. im not sure who can tread a blank for you but there are guys who will. a .308 bore vrsion with a heavy barrel that you hand load for would be cool. maybe a 444 marlin. Willie who is a meaber here built some cool stuff on the mosin recivers. do a search an see if you can find his threads.

    you might be able to demil it an then weld it back together for a pistol build .

    if you decide to sell the parts let me know Im piecing a few m44,s together and need a lot of little parts.

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    Paper weight, yukedy, yuk?

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    Build it into a back-pack carbine with removeable barrel for hiking or survival in iffy areas.

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    HOW ABOUT A MUZZEL LOADER. GET A BARREL FROM NUMRICH TURN IT DOWN PRESS AND PIN IT IN. I WAS THINKING OF A MOSIN 50 CAL BLACK POWDER GUN FOR THE SEASON HERE. WAS ALSO THINKING OF DFOING A AK MUZZEL LOADER.

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