The Mosin Nagant rifle is old in fact it goes all the way back to 1891!.
While it may be old… That does not diminish it's popularity, power, versatility or accuracy!
Still, despite the Mosin Nagant's timeless dependabilty there are newer innovations you cannot afford to overlook: The gear you buy to carry your ammo!
Lets face it, you don’t want a moldy old pouch produced in the Soviet Union during WWII! You want a modern, never issued piece of equipment made in the U.S.A. One that's sure to help you beat the odds, get the buck… hit the target again and again!
You want a fast, reliable system; quick reloading and durability even under the harshest conditions. Crawling through snow covered mountains, the underbrush, or God forbid on our own hometown streets - you need equipment able to take the same punishment that you're dishing out.
In a hostile or other fast moving situation, you need ammunition AT HAND, and FAST! The snap closures on the Buttstock Pouch keep your ammunition secure and ready for use. The shockcord lacing ensures a fit over your custom cheek rest, or any stock option. Secured in place with your rifle's verticle buttplate screw, the 1000 Denier Nylon body and MIL SPEC 17337 web pouches provide a lifetime of protection from wear and tear.
Make an investment you can count on today! Remember Strike Hard Gear's “No-Questions-Asked” 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee AND the Lifetime Replacement Warranty ~ A NO-RISK option for top quality gear that your life may well depend on!
Invest wisely! Consider what you stand to lose... and what you stand to gain. Whatever situation you must face… Face it with 10 rounds the Buttstock Pouch mounted on your Mosin Nagant, and be ready!
1. Be safe and unload your rifle.
2. Remove the vertical buttplate screw, position the pouch on the desired side and reset the screw through the grommet (see top view image above)
3. Lace the pouch into place using the shockcord. (see image of laced pouch above)
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Posted by Unknown on 19th Dec 2015
Can't give this five stars, yet, as I have not done more than put it on my M44. Fits great, seems to be of quality construction very functional. Not sure how durable it will be, but willing to give it the benefit of the doubt until something breaks/wears out. I followed advice I've seen and put two strippers clips of ammo in the pouches when I put it on the rifle and loaded stripper clips are now easy to insert and remove. A bit concerned about the durability of the elastic cord used to affix it to the stock but thinking about removing it and using paracord, instead. Mounting holes look large enough that I may be able to double up the length of cord and give myself some extra cord storage for emergency use. I like this well enough that I'll probably add one to at least one m91/30 a Type 53 and a couple of SKSes.
Posted by Jake on 15th Dec 2015
Overall the quality of the material seems to be good, and where they stitched seems pretty strong. My pouch flaps were way to long on mine, it wasn't the same as it is in the picture, I had to hand sew them over themselves to shorten the flap and have it close properly and fit tightly. Other than that the product performs as advertised.
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Posted by Unknown on 21st Nov 2015
The butt stock pouch is ok, but nothing special. Pretty cheaply made and when installed, the pouches are so far out of wack you can't really use them for stripper clips with ammo etc. Not really a good item for your mosin IMHO
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Posted by BrickHouse Pig on 25th Jul 2015
Actually, I would give it 4.5 stars, but the website only allows 4 or 5 - no half stars. This is a great product and the quality is excellent as well. I am very proud to buy this MADE IN USA gear and definitely, definitely will buy more. - If I might also make a suggestion for a possible design adjustment for a Gen 2 version - I would like to see the bottom edge lengthened so that it wraps higher on the inside face of the stock, and angled so that the top and bottom edges align more closely to parallel. This would make for a smoother edge on the underside of the stock. As it is, the bottom edge (on mine, at least) does not come completely around on the lower edge of the stock, so the grommets, the bungee, and the stiff 90 degree corners of the Denier tend to catch on things and hang up a bit.
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