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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 Stripper Clip. Clip hold five 5 rounds 7.62 x 54R Ammo (NOT included). Save time by re-loading away from the range. Fits models 9130, M38 and M44.
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These come in packs of 5, and can load 5 rounds each. They work with all varieties of 7.62x54R ammunition; pictured is a clip loaded with brass-cased Yugoslavian military surplus but I've had success with lacquered steel case Soviet surplus as well as modern brass and steel cased varieties. They definitely make trips to the range easier, and I'd recommend them for anyone that is sick of feeding their Mosin-Nagant one round at a time.
Other than that, comes with 5 clips, nothing else, from china.
These are great! They all work just fine. These are formed 20ga or 22ga steel. The little clips on each end can be bent with a screwdriver if need be. Which I had to bend most of my clips cause they were too tight. Only 1, where the shell slides from end to end was too tight, which, with some pliers, I made it work. But, for how cheap they are, I will not complain at all. They are a cheap china product so what do you expect?
One last thing I did to help the shell slide from end to end, was put a small about of petroleum jelly on the end of 1 shell and slid it back and forth lubricating the clip.
If anything these are too tight rather than loose, which can be modified.
I'd buy more of these once I loose all of these.
To load the gun place the clip just in front of the open bolt, place your index finger under the neck of the top cartridge and push down at the base of the cartridge keeping the front of the cartridge level with that index finger. After practicing about 5 times loading the clips and gun became easier. Don't forget you can unload the magazine by releasing the tab on the floor plate of the magazine. This is safer than unloading your gun by cycling the rounds through the action.
If you have worked with stripper clips before (AR15/M16/M4, SKS, or AK47), there's an important thing to know. The cartridge used by the Mosin Nagant, the 7.62x54R is a rimmed cartridge. That means, it has a little rim, sort of like a revolver round.
Because of this, the rims can sometimes bump into each other and make it harder to feed. So, when you use these, it's easier if you stack the rims in one direction. This video shows how to do it: [...]
As far as this product, I like it a lot. I would give it 5 stars, except that the Commie military surplus stuff is a little bit better. I find that my Russian stripper clips have a little bit easier time feeding. If you own a Mosin Nagant, you can get extra shooting time at the range by loading up a bunch of stripper clips before hand, so reloading is a bit quicker.
Happy shooting Comrades!
I might have gave it 5 stars but i don't know, the real ones are better, so i felt better reproduction need to be made.