Archangel Mosin Nagant Stock Installation




What do you think about this video?

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.

dustysquito: Looking at the annotations, it's awesome that ProMag actually followed up with you and sent you a replacement. It makes a big impression in attracting future customers to see how they've done right by their old ones. 

Matt M: I wonder if the Timney Trigger alleviates the issue with the trigger guard. Thank you for the post

joe bennett: This is not an install video. It shows absolutely nothing about installing a stock. Marroon!

Mike Kass: look guys don't freaking cut the barrel bands.  They come right over the front sight, how the freak you think they installed then at the factory?  I mean come on

Cole Snyder: How many rounds does it hold?

Cole Snyder: How many rounds does it hold?

Mike H: Have they fixed the problems with the stocks yet?

George Myers: Think you would be able to take a bit off the back of the trigger keeping the same profile to give enough clearance?

ratagris21: The concept is good, but the issues that are reported are not the best and if you have modify that much then its completely flawed especially having to resend it back to them.  The "barrel" that you keep referring to is actually the barrel and action assembly.  Great video and for pointing out these issues. 

docwilkey: Looks interesting!

firingpin76: That stock is actually designed to work with the Timney replacement trigger, this is proven by the fact that the stock is in-letted for the thumb safety of the Timney trigger. Beisdes, you install the timney, and you go from a rough crappy trigger to a smooth, buttery trigger that is adjustable from 1.5 to 4lbs.

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