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March 17, 2002, 12:07
Hey folks.....after 30 yrs without a
boltgun,I just bought a Mosin Nagant
M44. Would the feathered arrow inside
a triangle be the mark of the arsenal
that reconditioned it?Marks on recvr
include hammer/sickle inside wreath &
Damn cosmoline anyway !
March 17, 2002, 13:19
The hammer/sickle inside a wreath: USSR Izhevsk arsenal
The feathered arrow inside a triangle: USSR Izhevsk arsenal post 1928 parts.
March 17, 2002, 22:01
Thanks Tony,I'm assumingthat
the Russian version is the better version?
March 18, 2002, 00:56
The M-44 is my handsdown favorite bolt-action. Your life will never be the same! :D
Just make sure to clean-up after all that corrosive ammo.
March 18, 2002, 15:36
The Russian and Polish are considered the best made M44s.....either would be great.
March 21, 2002, 20:42
;) Thanks guys,another question if y'all
have time....Who makes the most accurate
ammunition ? All I have is Barnaul brand.
March 21, 2002, 21:43
I've gotten excellent accuracy (1-2 inches at 100 yards) from the corrosive mil-surp stuff (comes in the 440 round metal tins) from J&G. Not sure what it is...somthing around a 147grainer.
I've also fired the 200 grain soft points with the metal casings and found them to be less accurate (4-6 inches at 100 yards). I guess the short barrel of the M-44 doesn't stabilize the heavier bullets as well.
I've also had excellent accuracy when reloading S&B cases with 150 grain bullets in front of a moderate powder charge.
Hope this helps.
March 21, 2002, 22:02
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March 22, 2002, 22:08
Great sites,lots of info
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