"If you build it they will come." Heh.
Arm a few squads!:) They also have snipers in stock, but won't check for good bores, so I'm going to stick with my M44 that has a pristine one. The curved bolt that came with my scopes is drilled and tapped in which I don't trust at all and the man that takes yours and curves them is 3 months behind. I may send them back and start over.
I expect my scope to loosen up when I fire it. I read some comment somewhere that a Mosin-Nagant was a powerful rifle that would shoot through a car. I have fired four of my five and although I never fired anything bigger than 30 ought six, they kick like a mule. I passed once on firing a .600 Nitro Express Double rifle. I like to quote Jeff Cooper in twelve step meetings to tick all the old curmudgeons off. Jeff said, ("As it is said in Lindy Wisdom's (Jeff's daughter) verse:) "There ain't many troubles that a man can't fix with seven hundred dollars and a thirty ought six." Cooper's journals are another bible to me. Get them while they are still on the website if you haven't read them.
Here is what the bolt man mentioned about my mount."I suggest opening the holes up on the scope mount and using larger screws should you have any problem with the mount not staying tight. That is what I did on mine."http://www.angelfire.com/gundam/boltman/bolt_work/
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:) They are gone now!
And you, sir, are still my hero.
As you are mine, Dear Sir!:)