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Posted: 2/14/2012 11:53:54 AM EST
Figured out a cheap fix for the trigger slop on mosin nagant rifles. Head down to your local Home Depot and pick a box of 1/8" toggle bolts, cost $1.92. Take them apart using a pair of needle nose pliers to remove the springs. Next with the barrell removed slide the trigger pin about half way out and slide the toggle springs onto the pin. Mine took three springs to make a nice smooth pull. Before sliding the pin back I found a small washer and slid the pin through the trigger then the washer then through the rifle bracket to get rid of the side to side slop. End result is amazing and for only two bucks! Hope this helps
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 11:59:08 AM EST
you have to remove the barrel to get to the trigger?

damn just damn..
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:30:21 PM EST
need pics for that one
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:35:50 PM EST
You crazy? I'm not spending no buck ninety-two on a mosin!
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:37:17 PM EST
Pics and guide would be appreciated.
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:39:35 PM EST
Originally Posted By Garand1911:
need pics for that one


This please.
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:40:15 PM EST
Originally Posted By Molotov357:
Pics and guide would be appreciated.


Indeed

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Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:44:25 PM EST
$1.92 too much on that rifle.
Link Posted: 2/14/2012 1:51:55 PM EST
RUSSIAN TRIGGER ON MOSIN RIFLE IS MOST PERFECT AS PROCURED FROM IZHEVSK ARMS FACTORY. CHEAP ASS FAGGOT SPRING MADE IN CHINESE SLAVE FACTORY IS NO GOOD.
Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:28:58 AM EST

Originally Posted By jat428:
Figured out a cheap fix for the trigger slop on mosin nagant rifles. Head down to your local Home Depot and pick a box of 1/8" toggle bolts, cost $1.92. Take them apart using a pair of needle nose pliers to remove the springs. Next with the barrell removed slide the trigger pin about half way out and slide the toggle springs onto the pin. Mine took three springs to make a nice smooth pull. Before sliding the pin back I found a small washer and slid the pin through the trigger then the washer then through the rifle bracket to get rid of the side to side slop. End result is amazing and for only two bucks! Hope this helps

I don't understand how you can put the springs on the pin. The pin goes through the receiver and trigger, it's a simple pivot, once the pin is in place there is no room for the springs.

Pictures, please.


Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:30:35 AM EST
Originally Posted By Fat_McNasty:
you have to remove the barrel to get to the trigger?

damn just damn..


Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:32:48 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/18/2012 7:33:21 AM EST by MagnusM4]
Originally Posted By jat428:
Next with the barrell removed slide the trigger pin about half way out and slide the toggle springs onto the pin.


Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:38:43 AM EST
Or you could just buy a Finn M39. . . .

Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:41:39 AM EST

Originally Posted By Krazny13:
Or you could just buy a Finn M39. . . .


Oh just hush up!

Pics for the mod please
Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:54:49 AM EST
Step 1... Sell it

Step 2... Buy a Howa 1500 used for $200-$250, adjust trigger down to 1lb

Step 3.... Profit
Link Posted: 2/18/2012 7:55:23 AM EST
Originally Posted By zulthor:
Step 1... Sell it

Step 2... Buy a Howa 1500 used for $200-$250, adjust trigger down to 1lb

Step 3.... Profit


Another for this post.
Link Posted: 2/18/2012 8:00:38 AM EST
im pretty sure hes describing an ersatz 'mousetrap' style spring for the trigger like the fins did
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