Z0mb3h Hunt3r: So is that a Nicotine stain on your Middle finger ?
derplinkster: thanks for sharing got my first one full of cosmo 1939 stamped no tula
trying how to take apart to clean thanks for info.thank you sir
Lickmuffin: Good video -- used it the first (and third) time I took my bolt apart. Are
you sure that those protrusion things are called "tits"? We call them
"teats" around here. Except for the snobs -- they call them lugs.
Gungeek: Just a M44 with no bayonet.
MadBadVoodo: Cool!! Five Stars!!
Gungeek: What if you don't have the screw driver...?
MeanderingBeing: Wasn't the the bolt designed solely to avoid patent litigation?
Mofila: When the bolt is completely assembled is the firing pin suppose to be
sticking through the hole?
delimoo: can you show me how the bullets slides put? or eject? thank you
quadcityfeller: This is you at your best, Scotty! Very informative! The video was well lit
and pretty much stayed in focus the whole time. I will refer to this when I
need to. Great tips man!
halfro117: i cant wait to get this rifle!! im getting it this week or the
next!!!!!!!!its going to be a good hunting replacement for my AR-15
Gungeek: I think I heard that some where.
Transporter1022: Seriously dude! Put down that god damn remote and go outside. Hell, if its
"youre favorite weapon" go buy one. You can get one for under $100.
broomal: if the bolt is roostered no but if it isnt roostered then yeah
2damaxmr2: informative video
Gungeek: @PiGood Yes I know thanks.
IslandersMets10: HEY GUN GEEK!! You are the man thanks. I couldn't figure out the damn
thing. I just got my mosin two days ago. Thanks buddy, I really appreciate
raidinmd: great vid man. really helped
dukenukemthreed: I HATE my mosin bolt! And when the guns dirty you HAVE to take it apat and
Z0mb3h Hunt3r: You get a thumbs up for the nicotine stains. :D
Gungeek: and yes you act 15 ...
chevygearhead454: How accurate is a mosin compared ot say a 1903 springfield or mauser, and
yes i know the dragunov and this share the same round
IslandersMets10: If I don't have that tool to measure the fireing pin, are there any
Gungeek: Never fired any.
SuperJetski1: I was looking at three mosins today and a held off. When you lift the bolt
up is it supposed to click two times and then slide up and down. One mosins
bolt went up and down freely and the other two were harder to lift the bolt
before you slid it back.
F1god04: What do you shoot?
AJ Hosp: what model of nagant you got there man? I have an m44 and i love it.
Gungeek: thanks, and i believe the wider cut on the screw driver can be used as
AJ Hosp: What do they averagelycost
Gungeek: Nobody else has a problem with my vid...
Gungeek: @johnyreb83 You can buy a bent bolt on the internet and replace the other
Gungeek: What model?
Gungeek: Well if you have a Mosin why would you need to take the bolt apart?
Gungeek: It's up already :)
Gungeek: your welcome
FASTNBLACK: Thank you very much, I have my Mosin Nagant on my work bench. I am now
going to take my bolt apart. I don't know if my local gunsmith would take
as much care as you do. Thanks again.
Gungeek: Turn up your volume ffs...
COLT2038: because i am you see, can you understand my logic or are you too busy
67mustangreg: Man, I LOVED working on my bolt when I bought my M44. It pissed me off, but
I got it done!
cutlerylover: thnaks for the vid, I didnt know there was an easier way to remove the
firing pin...I really like unscrewing it that way as apposed to puttign
pressure on the firing pin
ilovecats748: if your ammo has a steel case they expand when shot and could make it hard
to do the bolt
harry1641: COLT038 u dont no wt ur on about im from england and u can get a liesence
at the age of 16 but u can only fire single shot guns e.g mosin nagant
Gungeek: When you start paying me to make vids I might start giving a crap... :)
Gungeek: Usly if the firing pin is flush with the back of the roostering piece its