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ATI Mosin Nagant 7.62x54R Monte Carlo Stock
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- Monte Carlo gun stock easily converts Mosin Nagant gun into a modern-looking hunting rifle
- Chemical-resistant Scorpion recoil pad absorbs impact regardless of load size, for pain-free shooting; improves target reacquisition by minimizing muzzle lift
- DuPont Extreme Temperature Glass-reinforced Polymer and raised 3M Soft Touch cheek rest pad for improved shooting comfort
- Fits most 91/30 rifles, as well as M-38 and M-44 carbines, and Mosin Nagant variants 7.62x54R
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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This gun stock quickly transforms your rifle into a sleek, modern weapon.
- Scorpion recoil pad:
- Recoil impact is absorbed, regardless of load size, for pain-free shooting
- Improves target reacquisition by minimizing muzzle lift
- Remains flexible, even in extreme conditions
- Removes limitations from spring and pistol type recoil suppression systems
- DuPont Extreme Temperature Glass-reinforced Polymer
- Raised 3M Soft Touch cheek rest pad for improved shooting comfort
- Two sling swivel studs
- Checkered forearm and grip
- Easy, drop-in installation
This ATI product includes a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Popular with collectors, hunting enthusiasts, and members of military and law enforcement communities, Advanced Technology International (ATI) is a leading manufacturer of innovative rifle stocks, shotgun stocks, and accessories for a wide variety of firearms. All of the company's products are manufactured in the USA at an ISO Certified Facility in Milwaukee, WI.
Top Customer Reviews
Overall its a great replacement stock with a good feel. I was hoping that the butt pad would be a little better (more forgiving), so that it might dull the kick of this thing a little, but its pretty hard. Needless to say after shooting 50 rounds at the range this weekend, I still have a sore (slightly bruised) shoulder. So a recommendation would still be to buy an additional recoil pad for days at the range.
Also be careful with the cleaning fluids on this, as some will slightly discolor the stock (as I have found out). I recommend disassembling the rifle and setting the stock aside before using anything that is not water based to clean the metal parts.
My 91/30 dropped in perfectly, just like it was advertised. No filing was needed. I have two Mosin's, one with round, and one with hexagonal receiver (earlier production model), and it worked for both of them flawlessly. This quick modification has changed the old rifle's look completely. Besides its "cool" appearance, this new stock is more durable, weather proof, etc. And rubber butt plate is a big plus, compared to the original steel one. This Mosin kicks like a mule, and that butt plate sure helps you to reduce the rifle's recoil.
Now this is my primary deer gun. I have heard people call it "the Poor man's hunting rifle" and I totally agree wit it. Please bear in mind that this is an old military gun, and will not surpass in quality any of the commercial guns available on a market. However it is rough, tough, extremely reliable, and powerful. New replacement stock makes it even more appealing. And the price of this setup (rifle + stock), well under [...], makes it hard to beat. I would definitely recommend this stock to anybody who is looking for a cheap deer rifle, or a cheap shooter, this is the way to go.
I'm very pleased with my purchase, and overall this stock is a great product, the only reason I gave it a four star rating, because of a chick piece. I only wish that ATI made these stocks for left-handed shooters, too.
Recently I purchased several Mosin-Nagant 91/30 rifles, from 1936 Rounds to 1941 Hex Barrels. I came across an excellent condition strike, and decided to make it a daily shooter.
The poly stock changes the balance and look of the rifle. For a total of $176.54 (rifle + stock), you can have a .30 cal rifle that offers accuracy and firepower.
Changing out the stock: (1936 Round Barrel 91/30 Mosin-Nagant)
The most difficult part of the process is removing the old wooden stock...this is accomplished by depressing the side springs to relieve the barrel rings, and them removing the receiver and action screws (two total, very easy to do, and if you don't have a screw driver, just use the tip of your bayonette). Once the furniture is off, you'll have to remove the loose rings from the barrel-the front ring is smaller than the forward sight, so you'll have to spread it apart with two screw drivers. The rear ring slides off. Total time: 3-5 mins.
Your rifle is in three pieces at this point--the barrel slips into the top of the poly stock, add the washer to the action screw, push the receiver up and in, tighten both screws and you're done. Total time: 2-3 mins.
All in all, the fit and finish of the stock is good, it's plastic so there's not much there to grade. Some of the checkering section appears laser cut, and is sharp to the hand. This is remedied with light sandpaper or a sharp knife.
This stock has brough new life to a vintage rifle, and brings it's look up to date.
If you are looking for an inexpensive powerful rifle, you can't go wrong with this option added to a $110 Mosin.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Horrible, sanded and worked for 2 hours with Dremel to get the barrel and action to slide in. Looked like crud when it did. Wasted money.Published 17 days ago by Keith Hoisington
Bought this to replace my wood stock since it was cracked
-Synthetic, so won't eventually rot like wood
-Excellent fit on my round receiver Mosin, no trimming... Read more
Product fit my 91/30 Mosin. The rifle is stamped in 1941. It fit nearly perfectly and I assumed all was well until I went to load the rifle. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Warren A. Barnes
Had misfit issues. Even after several hours of sanding down the product, barrel floated considerably. Do not know if it would fire safely?Published 2 months ago by dougguard
Took a little fitting, but nothing more than some sandpaper and 30 minutes of elbow grease could fix. It's a great stock. Very well balanced and feels solid. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jake Parker
threw it away, couldn't load gun with this stock without taking a dremel and removing material from the right side.Published 2 months ago by Clint k
When I decided to launch my scout rifle project, this was the look I wanted. The other options -- namely modifying the wood stock or purchasing one of the more expensive... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tom Knighton
Transform your mosin from getting kicked by a mule to a nice shooter. Most recommended upgrade.Published 3 months ago by JozefAZ