joe smith: Thanks for the tips ! Worked great. And my m39 was filthy under there. Hoping it will make a difference as it was failing to kick out the empty shell once in awhile
DTKT Defensive Concepts: So is that a Nicotine stain on your Middle finger ?
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.
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
fastdyna: nice job! I recently bought two Mosins one 91/30 and a M44.your video will be helpful
PiGood: The multi-tool can also be used to remove the firing pin. The large notch on the multi tool fits across the firing pin in front of the bolt handle. You can then unscrew the firing pin with the multi-tool and not chance notching your bolt connector.
DTKT Defensive Concepts: You get a thumbs up for the nicotine stains. :D
dukenukemthreed: I HATE my mosin bolt!
And when the guns dirty you HAVE to take it apat and clean it.
Rick Hunter: great info, thanks!
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.
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
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
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.
beefcake209: thanks for your help
Martin Ferguson: Like me, i dont have the tool.
Martin Ferguson: Thanks!
Mofila: When the bolt is completely assembled is the firing pin suppose to be sticking through the hole?