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Picking a good after market stock for your old Russian 91 30

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So I know some people hate messing up a good thing. Like adding an expensive after market stock to a perfectly good (well, functional) WWII era, cheap rifle. Whatever, OK? It’s my gun, and I can do whatever I want with it. If I want to pick up a modern, sleek stock for my rifle, or even add something cool like a custom illuminated scope, that ought to be my business.

So here’s the deal – the Pro Mag AA9130 Archangel Mosin Nagant Rifle Stock is constructed with an exclusive and hard carbon-fiber packed polymer, for the Mosin-Nagant M1891. It matches various M1891 rifles, round receivers and the hex set up on the 91/30, carbines, Finnish M-39 rifles the Soviet M-38 and carbines. Just about 6.61 inches in length, its mount is made from aircraft aluminium and anodized. This gives you an 8-inch picatinny or 7-inch weaver-mounting stand for your incorporated SCOPE or other weaver based scopes-sights-lasers-lights.

Some notable features of the Archangel Stock:

Length of pull adjustable from 13.625 to 14.75″
Super Tough Polymer
Tolerates free floating of the barrel
Stock is inletted to accept Timney Triggers with no alteration
Integrates 3 integral steel pull-outs for ball lock QD sling swivels
5 Round removable box magazine
Cheek riser is thumbwheel click adjustable
Carbon Fiber Filled

Huge scope - what are you hunting, man?

Huge scope – what are you hunting, man?