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Mosin Nagant M44 Scope Mount

Mosin Nagant Scope Mount

$15.50
3 Review(s)

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Mosin Nagant Scope Mount

The Mosin Nagant scope mount, which is mounted in place of the rear sight, is designed to accept all standard Weaver rings as well as any other accessory featuring a Weaver mount base. That means you can mount just about any optic on your Mosin Nagant and turn it into a scoped rifle capable of increased accuracy out to great distances. This simple designed scope mount requires no drilling, tapping, or gunsmithing to install.

SKU:  MN-SM

Availability: In Stock

$15.50

The Mosin Nagant Scope Mount by AIM Sports is a modern optics mount for the military classic Mosin Nagant rifle. This scope mount has been designed to require no drilling, tapping, or gunsmithing to your M91/30 so that it will retain all of its originality with no permanent modifications necessary. Simply mount this optics rail to the rear sight base of your M91/30 and you will then have a Weaver rail for use with your Mosin Nagant.

Features:
  • Long Eye Relief Mount
  • No Drilling, Tapping, or Gunsmithing Required
  • Simple Installation - Mounts to Rear Sight Base
  • Allows Mounting of Long Eye Relief Scopes

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Doctor Juice 08-212-2019 08-01-201923:51
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Definitely yes
Mount up
Bolts right up, I don't know yet how it will hold up yet.
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Henry 08-223-2014 08-12-201421:41
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Does not hold well.
It does take some effect to remove the rear sight. I have not found a way to 100% secure the rail. I use a longer bolt installed in the first hole to somewhat securing it. Well, this is a solution without modifying the original gun parts. If others found better solutions, I would like to hear them too. Thanks.
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Michael 10-273-2014 10-01-201417:23
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doesn't hold zero at all
After much effort to remove the rear sight, and install the rail, it has to much wobble to hold zero. Some times deals are too good to be true.
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