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As far as the rifle shooting high, most MN rifles were battle zeroed at 200-300 meters, so a wire sheath cut off that will slip over the front sight post cut a little longer than the post will work. Then you can cut or file it down until you get it to where you want it to shoot.
The front sight will be easy; I'm going to cut and re-crown the barrel (11* target profile) just behind the front sight. I'm curious as to how the rear sight is affixed to the barrel. I've noticed a set screw under the tangent leaf, but I strongly suspect that the rear sight assembly may be soldered, much like the rear sight of a 91/30.
The rear sight is silver soldered in place. so no matter how hard you beat on it, it will only come off when heated.
Nonetheless, I hope that reviews about it How Long Is Mosin Nagant And How To Move Mosin Nagant Front Sight will be useful.
The 91/30 Mosin-Nagant: Praised by many for it’s low price, robust construction, and acceptable accuracy, derided by others for it’s clunky design, poor sights, and vociferous fanbase. It is certainly a rifle that has taken the American shooting public by storm, serving as a “first rifle” for many as their first rifle (myself included). Yet, […]
Fully adjustable tactical stock for your Mosin Nagant rifle. Drop-in fit for all variations: Russian, Czech, Finnish, Chinese, or any other (PU Sniper will require some modification to attach original scope mount). Lightweight, carbon fiber reinforced polymer construction that is impervious to weather and all standard gun solvents and oils ...
FINN Model 39-57 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action TARGET rifle # 504493 (7.62x54R) with 1943 SK.Y barrel. This is a standard M39 Civil Guard rifle that was configured into a match target rifle by milling the left side of the receiver to accept an aperture rear sight, the left side of the stock being inlet to accept that sight, the right side being ...
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