The Chicom repos are trash IMO. Finnish Mosin-Nagant Stripper clips. Where can I get some Mosin stripper clips that work? Especially the edges that touch the sides of the shells. My Tikka Super Varminter in 6.
Please don't confuse my absence from this forum for any reason other than that I am not sure why you would want to try and fill the mag while it is inserted into the gun? The first 8 still holds the factory 5 shot group record of 1. XXX" where the X's are sets of numbers. A little off topic, but what do you think these are worth?
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I have purchased clips from several of the big on line suppliersnone of them work, none make a good fit to the receiver. Originally Posted by SVT. Happy collecting, Peter Peter it seems, all the Finnish ones are "re-curved" at least all of mine , the German WW1 ones "bent inwards", dito the "bow and arrow" Izhevsk one, so I guess, the recurved ones are a later improvement of the older just "bent inwards" ones. They have original Finnish military Tikka marked stripper clips. Well curiosity got the best of me so I had to try it tonite. You now have a very good start on a nice collection of Mosin Stripper clips. The main Austrian ammo factory was Hirtenberger, so perhaps the "H" marked clip is another Austrian one, may be from a very small factory.
Now something a bit more prosaic, marked '81' on a type 2 charger. I decided to make a little experiment to find out. A workable replica of the Mauser style clip for the Mosin Nagant. The Czechoslovakian clips are also quite well "documented" - they came from East German Army stocks of Czech-made ammunition. Finland, China, Germany and kind of unknown, too Did Roth use a stylized "R"?