Or claim to. Now, if you do, then you do. Most such claims, however, I take with a very large grain of salt. I mean no disrespect, here, but this is my honest opinion.Too many guys here get 1 inch and less at 100 yds
Nor is a tweaked rifle likely to be collectable after the fact....Or claim to. Now, if you do, then you do. Most such claims, however, I take with a very large grain of salt. I mean no disrespect, here, but this is my honest opinion.
Were the various military users issuing individually bedded, carefully tweeked, lovingly worked over rifles to the troops?
I'm sorry, but I just have a hard time buying MOA or less as the standard of accuracy expected from an off the rack, standard issue Moisin, with garden variety service ammo. Or, for that matter, from pretty much any other contemporary military bolt action.
What somebody can tease out of a piece in their home workshop isn't MILSPEC.
MILSPEC = military specifications. Not Russian term, but I'm sure they had something similar.If one beds a Mosin and polishes a Mosin trigger / sear spring just like the Russian sniper rifles were done, and it performs 1 MOA or better, its not a ton of salt needed to see that the rifles accuracy has been obtained.