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Helll yeah we want the mags. I will take 6. How can we get em. firstname.lastname@example.org
Daddyo: They aren't being made yet. The opportunity just came across my email today and I'd like to get an idea if there is much of a market before considering the investment. Any idea what you'd consider a fair price for them?K
Certainly. I've been following the project for three years. I would think at least half of the owners would buy. It certainly beats the clip.http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2013/01/mosinmags-news.html
hell yes, I have 9 and would need at least 2 per...start producing, bro...lol.
If you can do this for a reasonable price you might have something there. A lot of folks own Mosins. The only similar alternative in a bolt action that I know about is the Ruger version of Cooper's scout rifle concept that goes from between $800 to $1200 depending if it is on sale or not.hbbillSomewhere behind enemy lines,Peoples Republik of Kalifornistan
Brock & HBBill: What would be a fair market price for mags?
Ten round mags for the scout rifle were going for $39.95 at Big 5 ten days ago. That might be a good place to start.hbbillSomewhere behind enemy lines,Peoples Republik of Kalifornistan
I'd be interested, but you'd have to show me the damn things work first. Before shit got stupid, what were AR P-Mags going for? If the Mosin mags work, I'd shoot for something in the pre-hysteria P-Mag price range.But what the fuck do I know? :D
I think there would be interest. Depends on price point and installation difficulty. Bear in mind that these are $120-175 rifles. People tend to buy them because they are tight on funds, are cheapskates or want a backup. If something came in around $50 and a normal guy can install it with basic tools in the home it would be a hit.If the mag cost $100 and then they need to pay a gunsmith to install it that is a non starter.
I saw something about this at another site, and I am interested. As Brock stated... "It certainly beats the clip".
So if I can get my hands on 1-2 prototypes, one of you guys would run it through a test for me?K
I'll give it a whirl. So will my sons.
I too am interested and if there can be a viable 10 rd mag, does that open the door for a larger mag of 15 or 20 rds?
Yes I have been waiting on this for a long time,I thought they would be up and running by now. If in the $15 - $30 range I would by several!ChinaIII
Oh HELL yes! I want one each for my 91/30 and my M44! I think anonymous up there is right, $50 or less, and able to install without a gunsmith... You bet I'll test them!
Been on the mailing list with the guy who came up with these for 3 years waiting for them to be made. Everything ive seen on his test models show them to feed reliably and to be well made and easy install. I think a price of ~$40 would be appropriate. Id take at least one. Know others who would be interested too. ID-Sean
This is a really good idea. Id like to see a starter kit in the fifty to sixty dollar range with spare mags around twenty bucks. I know a ton of people that have these rifles myself included. Definitly takes a backup gun and turns it into a potential cheap scout/battle rifle. I have a few of these for the sole purpose of handing them out in a shtf senario and this would make them alot more appealling.Jason D.
Guess I am a cheap ass! Yea I would pony up $50-$60 Make em This dude has had us waiting to long.It would turn the Nagant into an entirely different weapon!ChinaIII
Why not 15-20 rounds? The Mauser K98 was occasionally outfitted with a 20-round "trench magazine" that didn't protrude too far. If we are talking about an easy-to-install, fixed magazine of 10 (or more) rounds, priced at about $50, I would buy two.
Are these 10 round fixed mags? I would be interested in the under $30 range, probably take 3 or 4. Being fixed would limit your market a bit, since you would only sell one per rifle. Archangel had a Mosin-Nagant stock at the SHOT show that was made for detachable 5 or 10 round mags, I think the stock was in the $150 range, with mags around $30. A neat, if spendy, solution, but I would prefer a fixed mag for simplicity. Kel
Every once in awhile they have them in the outdoor cthe rifleatalog $200, and you don't need an FFL. They're under the antinque law or what ever it's called. I don't know how hard to find the ammo 7.62x54r but making a longer mag would be nice. What other rifle uses that ammo that is detachable mag fed? Maybe modify those mags for Mosin Nagant.just my .02 centsPapa MikeIII
Oh hell yeah!
Yes I would be interested
This guy has developed a magazine and muzzle brake for the Mosin. He wants to add people to his "interest list" so they can get first dibs when he puts his new developments into production. I'm in!https://www.youtube.com/user/riflemods?feature=watch
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