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Extended to full length, the sling is also too short. When placed over my shoulder the rifle presses hard into my back.
I'm keeping it because it may come in handy for something else but I'll buy a better sling for the Mosin at a gun show in a couple of weeks.
Additionally, the leather material on the dog collars is cheap-grade leather. The buckles are not well made; thin metal compared to the original surplus buckles or quality replacements found elsewhere. The leather keeper is not secured by a rivet or positively attached with sewing; it is secured by a thin cotton string that is looped through two holes on each end, tying the keeper together (end-to-end with no overlap and loosely connected). The only positive for this sling is that the canvas is durable, clean and the appropriate width. But regardless, the sling will not work as intended with a Mosin Nagant 91/30. The cheap-grade leather dog collars, length of the sling, and leather keeper construction gives the appearance of a toy sling versus the durable appearance and quality of an original.
I strongly recommend against purchasing this sling. I recommend finding a surplus sling; cleaning it (if required); replacing leather dog collars and keepers found at a leather/gun store (or online). You will find that the surplus slings, while generally used, are of good quality and much more durable for use with your rifle.
customization and convenience on a type 53 mosin nagant carbine.
PROS: the sling itself is like a really durable canvas material. the dog collars are soft but leathery so they are a little more questionable, the buckles on the collars seem to be decent, and overall its a strap that would last quite a while. the collars fit snug with little room for spinning on you.
CONS: length. there is really no way to adjust this thing. you have to take it apart so that it is as long as it can possibly be and then it fits okay, it may not fit well for someone of a small stature but even myself at 6 foot 250lbs would like a little room for tightening my sling.
Overall: to be perfectly honest, if you aren't sure, and you aren't some tiny little girl, go ahead and pick this up, after all is said and done, its better than having nothing.
The reason is that the leather that is wrapped around the small metal buckles, and secured together with rivets, is too thick. The leather straps won't go into the rifle slots passed the point where they are riveted.
This prevents the web sling from fitting properly causing the point where it secures to the straps to ride up near the buckle. The slings are supposed to hang somewhat loosely , not be snug up against the side of the stock
To fix the problem I attached the AIM sling using original Russian surplus leather straps (not provided by AIM).
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Hammer fixed it. ;)
Works on T53, M44. 91/30 I don't think so. :(