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Tactical Mosin-Nagant

Tactical Mosin-Nagant, originally uploaded by Ry Jones.

perfect for social situations

Written by Ry Jones

3 July 2008 at 20:49

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  1. So, it’s what, a sniper rifle converted into a carbine?


    4 July 2008 at 12:10

  2. An eeevil sniper rifle converted into an eeeviler, concealable “high powered laser-guided military assault machine carbine” no doubt for “spraying bullets from the hip” at kindergarten music recitals.

    Nice cheekweld. Like to see him work that cranky old bolt while holding the forward grip. Maybe it could be done, I guess.


    22 July 2008 at 16:02

  3. I was there when that picture was taken.

    That’s my buddy Ray shooting it. Ray didn’t build it though. That “rifle” started as a MN 44 with a broken stock and a bore like a sewer pipe (and that’s an insult to sewer pipes everywhere). Some of the guys at Zero Hour Arms in Easton, MA were bored one day, so they started putting spare parts on the thing. It’s actually registered as a short barrel rifle and is 100% legal. Ray doesn’t have a cheek weld because if he did, he wouldn’t be able to see through the cheap red dot on it.

    That “rifle” has been to a number of shoots, and has been fired by many.

    I commend the guys that made it. They took a scrap rifle that would likely never have been fired again, and turned it into a one-of-kind novelty that people can’t wait to shoot.


    18 December 2008 at 5:47

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