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Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant/SVT-40 Scope


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  • Reliable and durable
  • Multi-coated Lenses
  • 3 post reticle design
  • 3.5x magnification
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Product Description

One of the most recognizable pieces of rifle equipment is reborn! The Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant scope is a replication of the Russian PU Scope, originally noted for its precision and distinguished as one of the most consistently used rifle pieces throughout the Soviet Union during World War II. In capable hands, a Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle fitted with the PU Scope was a formidable weapon and now Firefield users can achieve that same intensity. The Firefield PU scope's metal body, thick lenses, tough mechanism and firm mount allowed the PU scope to withstand uncommonly rough conditions and its design is timeless, having been tried and tested throughout the decades. The Firefield recreation of the PU scope merges a well known, classic design with the latest in optic technology and stays true to the original three post design, and multicoated, specially shaped lenses that greatly improve both clarity and accuracy. The Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant/SVT-40 Scope is available in the standard black matte finish and comes with a cast iron scope mount, mounting screws and cast iron mount receiver. With a 3.5 times magnification, the user can see up to 200 yards and wind age and elevation knobs provide maximum customization. The Firefield PU Mosin-Nagant is the “must have” item for any collector, enthusiast or Mosin-Nagant rifle owner and is protected by the Firefield three year warranty. Firefield-Victory justifies Everything!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 5 x 9 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B006GOK5FE
  • Item model number: FF13024
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,195 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Firefield you ought to be ashamed!!!
Henri
The mounting screws loosen quickly, leading to an extremely wobbly scope.
Rock
I have a real sniper and was a little disappointed with this one.
travis

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83 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Rock on August 14, 2012
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Let me start off by saying that I really do hate writing negative reviews, but I after being scammed I feel an obligation to warn others about this product.
The product looked good when it first arrived, besides the absurdly awful "instruction manual," which contained no information that could not be gleaned from looking at the scope itself. Getting any mounting information was a huge hassle; contacting Firefield for mounting information brought back an email telling me that the mounting information could not be given out and a link to an unrelated forum. I had mine mounted by a gunsmith specializing in the mosin nagant and had high hopes taking it to the range, but that was a disappointment as well. The mounting screws loosen quickly, leading to an extremely wobbly scope. Besides that the main large thumbscrew that is supposed to hold the scope onto the mount loosens quite quickly as well, exacerbating the problem.
The elevation and windage knobs are also sub-par, when I tried to adjust the reticle I found the elevation knob unresponsive, with grease having gotten in between the threading.
I must also assume there is a great variety in between scopes, as the manual instructed me to be prepared to grind or shim the scope, as it will most likely be off. That didn't bother me until I actually started the shimming process, in the end I've had to put on quite a bit of material to make up for how far the scope is skewed horizontally. The shimming process doesn't even touch how skewed the scope is vertically; I've spent quite some time fiddling with the elevation screws only to have a gun that shoots far from the reticle, even after careful boresighting with a laser.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By travis on August 7, 2012
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I have a real sniper and was a little disappointed with this one. No instructions for installation and no drawings that show hole measurements or required drills or taps. I had to sit down with a caliper and figure all this out my self. Luckily I had my real sniper to compare placement. The next bummer was after I installed it I looked down at the scope from the top and noticed a severe warp in the bracket to the left, I had to take my torch and heat it up and bend it back straight. It is cheap when compared to buying the real thing but be prepared for a major installation, I used a milling machine and can't imagine how someone could ever drill the holes properly without it. The dowels have to be placed exactly and drilled then reamed to get the proper fit. Don't plan on buying and installing with a hand drill unless you are very desperate. The small screws are a joke and serve no purpose on this scope, they are supposed to have a larger head and lock the main screws in place, I guess the boys in China didn't know what they were for. If you want to do it right you will have to buy larger head screws and then notch the main screw heads. Good luck, I hope this helps. Travis
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By colahan on September 5, 2012
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At first look the scope seems reasonable in cost, but this has not been true for the complete job. Getting it mounted has turned into a real challenge. The 4 individuals we know with good mechanical skills and gun knowledge all recommended to find a gun smith. Of the four we contacted only one seemed will to do the job. Once he started he gave us a call in about 4 hours to tell use that the Fire field Scope receiver mount would not mount to the 91/30 Mosin properly. It appeared that the receiver mount is cut for mounting to a hex barrel and would keep the mount to far away from aligning the scope properly for shooting. We then ordered a mount only, from a Polish company through SARCO inc., located in Easton PA that will align with the round barrel that our 1937 mosin has. Expected cost to get a PU scope mounted will be in the order of 300 to 400 dollars when it's all said and done.
Some specifics about the Firefield scope mount kit are: the mount and receiver bracket are cast mounts. The kit does not come with any mounting instructions, or even references as to where and get good reference material to mount. The mounting bolts do not appear to be case harden steel and the threads are course threads, where I felt they should have been fine thread, kit does not come with a drill and tap which would be a good thing. I did send Firefield a email requesting better hardware but never heard back from them. I will say this about Amazon the first scope we received the mount was warped or cast badly. We made arrangements to return and Amazon delivered a second one the same day we sent ours back. I was pleasantly surprised At this point we are not sure what were going to do with the Firefield, if the scope fits the new mount ill probably keep it if not will contact Amazon to see about returning.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 28, 2013
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This scope mount is intended for a hex receiver, there is also a hammer and sickle emblem highlighted with white paint on the scope its self. I felt that the cross hairs used for sighting were somewhat larger than I expected. The over all quality of middle of the road, you get what you are paying for. I would not use this for a real sniper restoration, but to modify a run of the mill Mosin-Nagant it is fine.

There are no mounting instructions worth speaking of.

I returned the item because I did not want to mess around with putting a mount intended for a hex receiver on a rounded receiver. You will also need to inlet the stock for the mount to fit properly.
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