NC/SC WTS Mosin M38/44/53 Scout Scope Kit

Discussion in 'Optics - Scopes, binoculars, red dots, etc' started by Catfish, Aug 20, 2020.

  1. Catfish

    Catfish E Pluribus Mendacium Supporting Member

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    This is a kit to install a long-eye-relief scope to your Mosin Nagant M38, M44 or T53 rifle. All items are ANIB. They have been removed from packaging for inspection but were never installed on a gun.The kit includes the following:

    Brass Stacker MDL #MN384453SSM
    mount/rail
    UTG RG2W1104 Quick Detach Twist Lock rings, low profile, 1"
    Simmons Prohunter 4x/32mm handgun scope #807738 with Truplex Reticle.
    Links provided for your convenience. Please be sure to read the installation and fitment notes on the Brass Stacker site.

    Online prices total $167
    My Price: $125 FTF in Charlotte or add shipping (~$15)

    Payment: Ca$h, Venmo or Zelle. No Paypal.

    Trades: Looking for Colt marked 1911 officer magazines.

    Will separate on request - contact me.

    Pics here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/XoGJWeiG9FrqBN1a7
     
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  2. THE PUNISHER

    THE PUNISHER Member

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    Pm sent on scope
     
  3. Catfish

    Catfish E Pluribus Mendacium Supporting Member

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    Anyone?
     
  4. Calvin Vajdics

    Calvin Vajdics New Member

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    Hey if i get this wanna help me put it on!? haha don't trust myself with out messing up my m44.
     
  5. Catfish

    Catfish E Pluribus Mendacium Supporting Member

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    I will provide the torch and watch from a safe distance... possibly with a camera. :)
     
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