In an unprecedented effort to destroy everything that is sacred within the firearms community, reader Stubbs (now going by the name “Violator of Mosins”) has done it yet again. Our very own amateur gunsmith, Stubbs has managed to wrangle a Mosin Nagant M91/30 into one of his most depraved of firearms modifications. Once again, he has pushed the envelope on what we thought was possible with antiquated Russian rifles. Thankfully, Sergei Mosin himself is not here to witness this atrocity against his legacy. If he were, he’d likely spin himself a new grave clear through to China and back.
I was able to get an inside look at the deranged machinations that led to this god of garbage rods. The Master of Malicious Mosins. This crapshoot started with your run of the mill Mosin Nagant M91/30 and turned into something that only Satan himself could love.
Behold, a weapon to surpass Metal Gear:
For a scant $70 Stubbs was able to purchase the base of his abomination. A previous owner had already sporterized the Mosin. Stubbs got to work by first purchasing parts for the shorter carbine version of the Mosin Nagant, the M44. Purchasing a duffel cut M44 forend stub and a broken top handguard off of eBay. Then, in an act of savage disregard for all that is sacred in the world, Stubbs attached a Clearview Investment Hungarian AMD65 stock cover via a wire stock and trunion. In this act of madness, Stubbs had created what may be the world’s first Folding stock Mosin Nagant.
He didn’t stop with the stock, additionally, he proceeded to add a Strike Industries Cookie Cutter muzzle brake to it. Once again Stubbs has eternally blurred the lines between insanity and prudence but let’s not pretend this will be his last foray into wacky modifications.
Firing this gun feels like getting hit with a sopping wet mattress,
you can feel it in your teeth and it will make your nose bleed.
The grey ammunition is east German border wall low velocity
Which I am hoping can make it safe to fire on an indoor range.
The rifle is under 26″ folded so illegal to do in some states.
Also, the rifle can be only fired left-handed.
Stubbs has yet again managed to construct another interesting firearm, albeit, one that goes against everything firearms designers have worked towards for the past 100 years.
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