StefanoM68: LOL a Vodka shot before starting job ! Perfect !!
Mike Kass: nice hex' you got a good m91/30 there
Justin Johnson: Will you list the chemicals you used to remove all the Cosmo' and the stain
as well I just got my mosin and I want to do the same thing
Larry Barker: Hey guys, I'm very much into guns and starting to refinish my old Mosin,
but I am also a Paranormal Investigator. Check out the EVP at 4.56-4.58.
Believe it says 'Help'. 'I'm a Bastard' or something similar. Can't believe
nobody else pointed this out.
ladefreakndah: The wood wasn't stained. Mosins were finished over with a shellac mixed
with a red alcohol based dye. That's why the woods lighter where the
shellac flaked off. Shellac was used because it was easy to remove with
alcohol so the arsenal could steam dents out, touch up, or make other
Btw it's called quadruple-ought or 4-ought steel wool. It's the most
abrassive thing to use on the stock just to knock the hairs off after
rapidly drying it with a blow dryer. Anything harsher will change the
dimensions of the wood which is bad. Because it's dead. It ain't growing
Captain Moroni: Thanks Malro67!! Awesome video and thank you for the good work. I
absolutely like the finished results!! Thanks for the video brother!!! (I
had to 10-3 the Vodka though... lol)
dalton vickers: great job, be proud of yourself, you did good for first time. Good lookin'
Born2befree: Very nice
Nicolas Jimenez: I don't know if I should have but I picked up my mosin Saturday and cleaned
it today. My method of cleaning you ask ? I have a very unique process
complex you can say. I took the rifle apart, starting with the stock I just
took a sponge and soap along with hot water and scrubbed it down. Rinsed it
off (was like Brand new, no cosmoline at all) dried it with a towel, then
took a thin rag put some gun oil on it and coated the stock with oil. I did
the same with the other wooden part below the barrel along with the
cleaning rod.next I took the magazine part and placed it in boiling water
took it out scrubbed it and repeated that several times. Then wiped it down
with dry cloth, then put a layer of oil. The bolt I just wiped down with
dry cloth and oiled it. Now the barrel I cleaned with soap and water along
with a sponge and then put a layer of oil. Put it back together and put
another layer of oil all over it in every little area (may I remind you I
just abused the rifle with soap and water). Lastly I gently wiped away and
excess oil and there is NO cosmoline what so ever. Took me about 30
minutes. Rifle looks great. The reason I put this is for anyone else trying
to clean there mosin. The bolt is soo smooth and trigger pull is like an
Jordan Obrastoff: I have the brass fixtures as well. Same story, the only one in the store
with them, thought it looked nice (I'm a big steampunk fan). Stood out like
a one-eared puppy.
Matt Caldwell: nice your wife helped out, my wife says....your on your own sweetie
Brian Walsingham: Great job and what a transformation. I'm about to purchase my first MN
91-30 and after seeing this vid I'm thinking about refinishing it.
Gary39heli: Nice job !
Nathan Bright: The steel wool is often referred to as "triple aught" or "quadruple aught"
the rifle looks great!
Sir Masteryan: looks beautiful
seabaas: lol , "hundred dollar gun about to look like a hundred and twenty dollar
Eric Boff: Great video! I also am suscribed to iraqveteran8888. You did an awesome
job on the rifle! Hoping mine turns out the same, should arive in about a
azrwilkinson: That looks fantastic! Just bought my first one today and I am wanting to
refurbish it as well. Thanks for the detail and info. Maybe see you
sometime in AZ.
Joshua Wells: Very nice Mosin! You do have a rare, hard to find Mosin with the brass. I
lmao... I subscribed after you took the shot of Vodka! RA!
xzqzq: Nice job of refinishing the stock. How does the rifle shoot ?
Mrbuttons aug: beautiful weapon
Hatchet69th: Phenomenal job my friend thanks for the tips!!
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