Daniel Goodman: Sorry, but M44 nuggets are best. :)
Treetop64: Lol. Your dad is kinda extreme, isn't he. :)
Great series, BTW. I'm in the market for a WWII era bolt action - haven't decided which yet, but can only get one for now. Your vids are a source of great information.
dustysquito: Dang, this was a very nice series you put together here. It shows that you took a good amount of time to think through what you were going to say, and that makes it really easy to watch.
ciaran mcelhinney: can anyone please tell me how to get any spent casings for the rifle or drill style rounds for show for safe loading and unloading
Misterm Smith: I love it !Thanks great music and review, just beautiful. Long live Russia!!!
Donovan Barry: The song used in the beginning is "The Sacred War", sounds like the Red Army Choir version.
Bojan Milankovic: Correction for you - you cannot attach a bayonet to an M38 carbine.
zhukie: I think all Mosin bolts have that loose 'play' you're describing. All mine from a 1916 New England Westinghouse to the wartime 1943 Izhevsk (and the couple of M44s) do. Think of a Kalashikov, there's a lot of leeway and wide tolerances there too. Remember that swapping of parts (which the Finns did much of, with their Russian-captured Mosins) necessitates wide tolerances and also that they were turned out in industrial quantities (17.5 million is the figure often quoted) where often volume meant far more than meticulously engineered parts. Its a peasant & workers' weapon and was never designed to be a tight target rifle.
Charles valleyviewmontvale: Excellent videos. Well done and very informative. I learned a lot about the Mosin Nagant 91/30. Keep up the good work.
Ma Cid: whata jerk
Nikolai: Awesome series! I knew a lot of the things you mentioned but i also learned a lot as well. But man what did you do to puss your dad off lol
Segundo Jumbo: freak..!! full speaking..
clangerbasher: Yes he did. But actually his pronunciation was spot on. If your accent is good it should sound more like coo-socks than co-sacks.
clangerbasher: Nice videos.
klesmer: You only have one? Obviously you haven't been infected yet. It will come Grasshopper.
bigdrob54: Thanks again for a great job with these videos.
I learned so much on your 8mm Mauser vids, and now with this firearm....which I am considering for my collection.
TehGoodReverend: Does your dad hate guns? :(
Charles' Milsurp Firearms: He took the bayonet out of the cardboard box and chased me with it. I after about 15 seconds of running away, turned around and he swung the damn thing at me and I held up the rifle to take the blow and he struck the hand guard.
Robert H.: the workmanship is loose for the same reason as it is on the AK: toss it in the dirt, it wont get hurt. it was made so that it wouldn't need AS MUCH cleaning or babying