Friday, December 28, 2012

Deal Alert

I've been meaning to write a review of the Timney Trigger for the Mosin-Nagant (honest! It's in the queue!) and I still plan to give it an in-depth critique, but I noticed that Midway USA is having a sale on Timneys, including the one for the Mosin.

So, short version:

  • If you shoot a Mosin, but hate the trigger pull, buy this trigger. 
  • If you wish the Mosin had a better safety, buy this trigger. 
  • Realize however that you WILL need a Dremel tool in order to inlet the stock. 

A more in-depth review will follow, I promise, along with the conclusion of "Hangin' with Oleg."  And of course the usual tripe and drivel to be found here on le blag.

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely does not work on Finnish Kiv/27, Kiv/28, Kiv/28-30 or Kiv/39!  Probably shouldn't be done to a pre-Soviet gun either.

    Yes, that should dissuade people from attacking the rarer guns.  (Also Finnish guns tend to have well tuned triggers so you don't feel like you need to do anything.)

    Have at on the common as dirt Soviet 91/30's though!


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