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Wed Feb 22, 2012, 09:41 PM

One Nagant done, one to go...

Got all of Comrade Cosmoline dealt with, scrubbed the bore, and installed the sling and bayonet.
These things could become an addiction!

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Reply One Nagant done, one to go... (Original post)
BiggJawn Feb 2012 OP
oneshooter Feb 2012 #1
BiggJawn Feb 2012 #2
Xela Apr 2012 #3

Response to BiggJawn (Original post)

Wed Feb 22, 2012, 10:02 PM

1. I know, I have 3 now. One rifle, 1938 Ivesta, and 2 carbines a 1943 bladed and a 1956 spiker

I did find out that it only took 2 gallons of gasoline per rifle.
I would recomend that you remove the stock and set it in the sun for several hours. This is to leach the remaining cosmo out of the wood.

Oneshooter
Armed and Livin in Texas

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Response to oneshooter (Reply #1)

Wed Feb 22, 2012, 11:06 PM

2. I have a '34 Tula and a '30 Izhmash

Took a pint of orange degreaser, about 5 gallons of BOILING water and a 1/2 can of spray Gumout to get the first one cleaned up. Even got that quirky little 2-sided oil bottle to clean up.

My local dealer got 2 more crates in and most of them were Tula-built. I'll probably have one of each model before I'm done...

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Response to BiggJawn (Original post)

Wed Apr 4, 2012, 06:42 PM

3. They are addictive...

Congrats.

My favorites are the Finn's though. M28-30's.

Xela

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