No problem. Mosin is short for Mosin-Nagant which is a Russian bolt action battle rifle from World War 2. Although it is still in use in many places. Now, if you call it by that full name Gunny Ermey will yell at you, so we all just call it a Mosin. If you look in the "Military Firearms" sub forum you will see what I mean.I am confused by what you just wrote? Explain what you just wrote to me? I am not the sharpest tool in the shed! I think I know every thing! But truth is..... I probably dont! LOL!
Please I really want to learn and understand what you said? Thanx.
The thread I mentioned was something that started out as a joke. I brought it up as a joke since you are looking for a barrel for your pistol. As someone else said the MechTech looks like the best bet for what you want.Okay, now that i know that you are talking about an old military rifle......... what are telling me about? Now that i know what you are talking about? ......what are you trying to teach me about it? Eager to learn！please share with me so i can learn more!
You should read the very first post of this thread. Welcome to G&G! Stop by the introduction section and drop in a few words about yourself!hello guys i have a East German Makarov Pistol in 9x18 Makarov or Russian 9mm, that was first introduced as the Soviet Union's standard military and police side arm in 1951. This pistol is in very good condition and dated '62 on the left side frame. The finish appears to be an original bright blue, with some holster wear at the muzzle and a couple of other small spots inluding the grip frame,
and also a STUNNING Smith and Wesson 686-3 Classic Hunter with Unfluted cylinder and 6” barrel. Beautiful wood grips, excellent condition,