reptile crazy gamer: I don't have the issue with the trigger guard blocking the trigger
Matt Thew: The barrel bands can be removed by simply removing the cleaning rod, rotating them upside down at the front sight, then they slide right off. Takes me 5 seconds
Woody: For the money ya have to shell out for this thing, it should be an embarrassment to archangel that it's not a near flawless stock
Alex B.: I just spoke to the ARCHANGEL Manufacturer, and they are still looking into the trigger guard issue, they definitely DID NOT officially fix the design, or enlarge the trigger guard. They said that only a small percentage of rifles have the bolt removal issue and it is corrected by the owner filing/dremeling away a little of the extra material where the back of the trigger touches. They do suggest to install a Timney trigger, and that way you don't need to remove the extra material. But they made it sound like it was absolutely not a big deal..
Roy Rodriguez: if this defect is part of their design .. then screw any use of this stock .. what elase is wrong from lack of '' LOOKING '' .. before the final design is signed off on .. '' hey lets make a stock that does not work and sell it '' ..
Handcannon72vet: Tweeking the Design is a Cost of doing business. If there is a design flaw, And you (care) about Quality over Quantity, It may hurt your bottom line, At first. But, Over all, Stopping Returns & Complaints are expensive as well. Fixing whats wrong at the plant, Both the manufacturer/Seller (And) Your buyers will be happier and you`ll be recognized by your quality. Everyone wants what they pay for. Leading people to believe it`s a drop in only to find you have to buy a $100 Trigger or ($300 W/ Stock extra for a $100 Rifle)? Personally I`d just buy a 4-$500 Rifle w/ Scope.
Subgunman: I would have worked on the trigger itself or replaced it with a Timney trigger group. Redesigning injection moulds is a very costly undertaking.
Handcannon72vet: It would take Retooling their Molds. But, At $150+ It would (Should) Be worth it to make it more of a "Drop in" Changeover. Retooling their Equipment would be expensive, But the "Customer is always Right" They would easily recoup the Expense in no time. Too, No one wants to have to take a grinder to their new Stock, Which cost more than the rifle`s original cost.
AJ Usog:5:18 Negative, Ghostrider. You need to learn how to make a seer extension using aluminum from a coke can. Dremel = FAIL.
Gillan Laureth of Seles: I think I'd like an Archangel stock more if it had less of a pistol grip and more of a traditional rifle grip. It's just not my style. I do love the idea of detachable magazines on a Mosin. Rapid-fire anti-matter excellence!
Jacob Rutledge (TheScottishKnigh75): archangel wants you to use the timney trigger, not the original trigger
disturbed11111111: The archangel stock is really made for the timny trigger
SpliffSized: I bet it feels like plastic
bob513993: So, instead of suggesting we trim down the trigger guard a bit, why not just fix the specifications in-factory...?
Moto Mann007: Hey man great video very informative, plus your Mosin looks fierce! I have a question. I have a 1943 M9130 just like yours. I really want the archangel stock but I would like the process to be simpler. Is there any way to acquire this stock but with the trigger guard enlarged for my Mosin?
James Weiss: The only thing I learned from this video is that Archangel messed up the triggerguard.
RUMBLEEBEECUDA: If you used a Timney Trigger would that help with the sear and clearance issue?
Chris Rimele: Love the stock and thanks for the video.
Richard Tyll: I'm hoping you are willing to answer a question, I'm finding it hard to find the answer to. I recently purchased a Timney Trigger Mosin Nagant 1.5 to 4 lb Adjustable Trigger. I also purchased the Archangel Stock, which the trigger fit cleanly & easily into without destroying the original wood stock. My question, the Timney Trigger for the Mosin Nagant is said to be Adjustable between 1.5 to 4 lb. I have been unable to locate ANY information on how to make this adjustment, if I desire to do so. Nothing in the instructions, nothing on the Timney website. I've searched the Internet but, nowhere can I find the answer. I thought I would post this comment in the hope you will provide guidance in this matter.
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