Smith-Sights Solution: Brass Stacker's Mosin Scout Mount Installation and Test
This is my review of Brass Stacker's Mosin-Nagant scout scope combo,
complete with match rounds* fired.
(Click to view on YouTube)
It works nicely with my sights and seems well made.
I'm favorably impressed.
*S&B/Winchester cases, annealed, Federal large rifle primers, 51.2 grains
of H4350, Hornady 174 grain 0.312" bullets. COAL 2.975". This is 0.2
grains over minimum.
06-19-2012 01:25 AM
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I enjoy the Brass Stacker. I mounted one on an M38 with a 2 minute red dot sight and took it to the range two days ago. It was a hit with me and others. It is easy to hit anything within sight (I was hitting plates at 500 meters) using some hold-over. The plates at 400 and 350 were easy gongs too. At 100, tight groups were a lot easier than trying to use the irons. They do not perminately modify the rifle so you can try it to see it you like it (and you still have the BUIS to use). I suggest that once you try it, it will spoil you too. I will probably find or make a pad to make a better cheak weld.
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