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Mosin Nagant M44 M91/30 5 per pouch Stripper clip


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  • Material Type: steel
  • Size:(INCH): est. 2" long
  • Weight (Oz): 1.6 oz (total weight for 5 clips)
  • COLOR: METAL
  • FOR M7.62 X 54R AMMO
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Mosin Nagant M44 M91/30 5 per pouch Stripper clip + M44 Mosin Nagant Rubber Recoil Butt Pad + 7.62 x 54R Caliber Cartridge Laser Bore Sighter for Mosin Nagant Rifles Boresighter
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Product Description

Mosin Nagant Stripper Clip. Clip hold five 5 rounds 7.62 x 54R Ammo (Ammo in the image is NOT included). Load your rifle quickly without having to load one at a time. Can be used in the 9130, M38 and M44 rifles and carbines.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000R845C4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,959 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Extremely easy and they all worked very well.
Andrew G. Ellis
3rd, lift up under the bullet of the top round with your index finger and at the same time, push down hard with your thumb on the rear of the top cartridge.
gbeecher
I ordered Mosin Nagant stripper clips, them seem to work just fine.
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120 of 122 people found the following review helpful By S. G. MILLER on January 10, 2009
It is very entertaining reading the reviews of these stripper clips. It reminds me of someone who has purchased three balls for juggling and gives them a 1 star rating because he can't juggle.

Stripper clips are made from one piece of pressed steel. There is not a lot of variation from one to the other; for the most part it doesn't matter where they came from or who made them. Some of them are a little stiffer than others, but that is about it. The problems here have much more to do with the person using with them, their technique, their amount of practice, their strength and skill level.

There have been some videos on youtube that show people using different techniques with stripper clips. That might be a good place to start for the people here who have not been able to figure it out. I like to stabilize the front of the rounds between my first and second finger and push down hard toward the rear of the case with my thumb. Done right the rounds are in the magazine almost instantly and the clip pings off all on its own.

Obviously if your thumb or your hand pushes against the stripper clip there is a good chance you will cut it. It is made out of sheet metal for gods sake! That is what sheet metal does. Practice with gloves to begin with. I am no expert, but I can load and cycle (not fire) about thirty rounds a minute using these clips. I'll try to post my own youtube video one of these days.

Be patient my young friends!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By crazy ninja b on March 8, 2009
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Okay I was worried when i first ordered these.but for 2 dollars you cant complain.first off these are very simple to load first stick 5 rounds of 7.62x54r ammo into the clip.next slide back the bolt on your rifle till it wont go any farther.see that indent just where the tip of the bolt stops?that's where you slide the clip down.do not force the metal as the ammo goes down.NOT THE CLIP.press firmly on the top of the ammo just below where the tip of bullet meats the jacket while at the same time lifting the bottom shell with you index finger.now it should slide right in and the clip should pop out.easy. yes you can get cut it is sheet metal.after the first couple times loading it's easy.trust me if you own a mosin buy these!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Uramkin on January 6, 2009
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These are not the best stripper clips in the world. But for 2 bucks, they work fine. You just have to know how to use them. Pick up on the front of the top round after you have insterted the clip into the stripper clip guide. Then place your thumb near the clip and push down. They'll feed. Just don't expect to jam in the clip and shove the rounds down. Mosin's don't feed that well to begin with, that's the problem with rimmed cases.

If your not sure, there is a couple of videos on youtube.com of how to do it.

If you get some sharp ones, just rub the sharp edges on a file or emery cloth to take the bite off of them.

Other than that, fast shipping at a great price. I'd buy from them again.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Benly S. Vilaysouck on April 19, 2009
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I ordered this item, I believe a couple months back. It came within a week, and I took it out of the package to try it out, and they seem to work fine. Despite what others had put into their reviews, they will work fine in a m91/30 or a m-44 mosin nagant's. You just have to know how to STRIP the ammo from the clip, and I'm pretty sure all you have to do is just google it, or look it up on youtube. It is up to you, and for me this product worked just fine and I have nothing negative to say about it so far. Besides it's just sheet metal, and of course your gonna cut you hand on it if mishandled.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Andrew G. Ellis on January 7, 2010
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I just got these out of the package today and loaded them up and put them right into the gun. Extremely easy and they all worked very well. I think people's issue is they are not using enough force/pressure when pushing the rounds into the magazine. If you lower the amount of force you are using after getting the first couple rounds into the magazine the rest will just fall out or the stripper clip will fall off the gun. You need to keep a consistant amount of force on the top of the rounds to ensure that all of them enter the magazine.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill Hensler VINE VOICE on November 2, 2011
Yes, I own several Mosin-Nagants. One is a straight 91-30 and the other is a sniper. Honestly, I like the rifles. They shoot fine and "eat" inexpensive ammo.

So, I picked up these clips. Are they perfect? No, but the typical Soviet (Communist Block) soldier was never given these clips unless they were loaded with ammo.

Yes, I like these clips and like them a lot. I will load some "plinker" ammo on these, take 5-6 clips to a range, and have a nice old time punching holes in a target.

These stripper clips are the only way to load your Mosin-Nagant be it a 91/30 rifle, the '38 Carbine, the '44 Carbine, or the '59 Carbine. All you have to do is put the clip in the notch on the top of the rifle and push down hard. It's a heck of a lot faster reloading the weapon using the clips than pushing in one round at a time.

Also, these clips are reasonably stout. I've reused them lots of time and they are at least equal in durability to Mauser clips.

There is a trick to loading these clips. The rounds must be loaded in "staggered". Surf over to youtube . com and there is a really neat video of a guy who shows you how to do it. Your key words will be "Mosin-Nagant Clip Loading". It takes only a minute or two to watch and that video is worth a thousand words.

So, this product is worth it. I give it four stars.
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