Mosin Nagant M38 M44 T53 See Thru Scout Scope Mount by Brass Stacker
When it comes to finding the right scope mount for your Mosin Nagant, Brass Stacker’s See Thru Scout Scope Mount is one that does not require a bent bolt handle for the rifle. Using a steel Picatinny rail, it mounts over the rear sight block and provides the platform for the optics without compromising the integrity of the Mosin Nagant.
This allows for the mounting of the Scout Scope and most other optics for your military surplus Mosin Nagant M38, M44 or T53 without having to make any permanent modifications to the rifle. The design allows for it to fit securely over the rear sight block. Plus, you can still use the original iron sights. Crafted from steel with a black oxide finish, this product has a full Lifetime Warranty.
This particular product uses the barrel pin hole along with the pivot pin hole located in the rear sight block. This mount will fit over rear sight blocks that measure between .750” to .787” in width. It will also fit rifles that have the following features;
The weight of the mount is just 5.4 oz w/hardware. While this particular mount will fit most M38, M44 and T53 Mosin Nagant rifles, there are enough variations and conditions where it cannot be guaranteed that it will fit all of them. When installed, the mount should be secure enough that it will not move and for whatever reason if it does not properly fit your Mosin Nagant please return it for a full refund if it is not damaged.
It should be noted that the scope and rings are not provided with this product. However, the tools that are provided include the following;
It also should be noted that this mount will not work for a 9130 model. In addition, the pin and pivot holes as noted above are required for this mount to be secured to the rifle. If they are not present or have been damaged to a significant degree, then the mount will not secure to the rifle.
It is recommended that if you attach the mount yourself to wear heavy gloves and safety glasses. You’ll also need a hammer, flat blade screwdriver, socket wrench, liquid thread locker, hand drill, and a solid surface for working or a vise.
Whether you use the services of a gunsmith or do the work yourself, be sure that it is installed properly and fits securely. Otherwise, if the mount does not fit return it to the manufacturer for a refund.