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Mosin-Nagant Tactical Tri-Rail Mount Leapers UTG Aluminum Construction Removeable Side Rails Will not work on Finnish M39 Models
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Precision machined tri-rail system maximizes optic and accessory mounting capabilities for your Mosin-Nagant rifle or carbine. Extended top rail has 17 mounting slots for flexible eye relief adjustments best used for extended eye relief scout style scopes and two removable side rails have 12 slots each for additional accessories. Includes two steel rear sight adaptors and installs easily with no gunsmithing required.
Will not work on Finnish M39 and early 91 Models.
A Long Eye Relief Scope (Scout Scope) must be used with this mount as the mounting position is forward of the reciever.
Will not work on Finnish M39 and early 91 Models.
A Long Eye Relief Scope (Scout Scope) must be used with this mount as the mounting position is forward of the reciever.
Total number of Reviews: 41
"I like this product.....after i winged the install..... There were no instructions but all in all worked out great. I had to modify the bolt for the scope i was using. Its not as hard as people assume. If I could do it in my garage with no gunsmithing or machining experence, then you can too. All you need is a wheel cutter and a weilder... minor tack welding ... and if you wanna go farther a dremel type tool for cleanup... took about an hour with the cleanup... Just tap the bolt over GENTLY with the hammer untill at the desired angle."
"i ordered this product because i wanted to use it in conjunction with my new monte carlo stock i had purchased for my 91/30.the pros.the product itself is verry well made and is of high quality. it is very sturdy and apears to be quite capable of standing up to the recoil shock of the gun. it came with a full set of detailed instructions. and overal was prety self explanitory. and the price is very much a great deal when ordered from CTD.the cons.altho the top rail dose alow you to mount a scope closer to your eye it stil isnt quite enough with most scopes, this limits your choices when selecting a scope. the bracket that holds the base plate to the rear sight would not line up on my gun, the two set screws on the front of the base were out of alignment with the set pin holes in my rear sight. this may have been a defect in my gun and i do not know weather or not this product was to blame. still it is something to be aware of. i ended up having to modify the holes by drilling them to a larger diamiter to get the set screws to line up.now that the rail is installed iu couldent be happier with it. its a wonderful addition to my old 91/30. i had hoped the instal wouldent have been such a pain and i wouldent have to permanently alter my gun but as i said, my gun may have been to blame for that.thank you cheaper than dirt for another great deal."
"This is a very nice product. I had only to do a little fileingon the front of the Rectangular base so that the M3 side screws would line up......Easy with no permanent modifications to my rifle. Clear cut directions were included and very helpful. Time to look on-line for a scope with unlimited eye-relief....Thanks, CTD."
"THIS IS THE BEST THING THAT I HAVE EVER BOUGHT FOR MY MOSIN 91/30. GOOD DIRECTIONS AND EASY INSTALLATION MAKE THIS THE BEST UPGRADE FOR AN OLD MILITARY RIFLE."
– DARK WARRIOR
"IF YOU WANT TO USE A NORMAL EYE RELIEF SCOPE DO NOT BUY THIS MOUNT. I'm building a custom 91/30 sporter. I got this mount in the mail and it is of incredible quality. It is very well made out of billet aluminum with a nice anodized finish on it. It IS NOT, however, what UTG advertises it as. This mount _WILL NOT_ allow you to use a normal scope. True, it places the scope back further than any other mount that bolts to the rear sight. But it is still not back far enough to rest your head on the cheek rest of the stock. With this mount your head will be hovering uncomfortably over the grip, thrusting your neck forward and twisting trying to get a sight picture. The only mount that will allow you to use a normal scope is one like the ATI mount that mounts far back on the receiver. You are going to have to drill and tap your receiver. Get over it or buy a modern rifle. I just wasted almost $30. I hope that I am preventing some one else from doing the same."
"The ups: Once you get it mounted, the mount is rock solid, and great if you have a long eye relief scope, about 8.5 to 10 inches is good. The downs: It took quite a while grinding away at the lower two mounting parts with my Dremel before they would go into place and I could put in the mounting screws. I dropped one star for the extra work needed to attach the scope mount."
– David Holec
"CTD sent it wrong apparenty, i don't know what happened it took my rail a month to get here, BUT it IS definitely a nice piece, worth the wait, solid as a rock, and looks awesome"
– Love It
"This thing rocks!!! I have the 1942 non-sniper rifle version (no turned bolt handle). So I wanted to mount a scope on my rile to use for deer hunting (I know, I know use a 308), but for a cheap power house rifle, this kit ROCKS!!! Brings an old war rile up to modern specs. And lets face it, this gun may be classic, but people have made shots over a mile with it.I had NO issues with installation, for those that say you have to use a Drill, DON'T just use the existing Pin and hammer, to lightly tap in one side, then use the screws on the other side. This will allow you to get one side in, and then pull the pin on the other, use the screw with the kit and your done. Thanks UTG!!!"
"I am pleased with the product. It works at advertised...however. It took two and a half hours of careful dremmeling and fitting to get the mount to fit properly. It is rock solid, and for the price, it's worth the money. If patience is not one of your virtues, you may want to re-think buying this product. I don't mind spending a little time if it means getting a rock solid fit. I fired forty rounds out of my M-44 Mosin nagant yesterday, and can recommend this mount for being solid. I used an extended eye relief scope ( pistol), and would highly recommend this to anyone planning on purchasing this product."
"Like some other folks, my install was not the easiest. the assembly included a heavy amount of dremill tool grinding to get the mount to sit low enough that the retaining screws woould line up to their holes. looks pretty cool when installed, but it sits kind of high. overall not too bad considering the cost. you may be better off with the 70 dollar scout mount, looks like it sits a little lower."
"wanted a scope with a zoom bigger than 3-7x that was still \"long eye relief\" ...i bought Bushnell Banner 3-9x40, 6\" EyeRelief and it works with this mount!!! scope was about $70. It didnt fit EXACTLY on so i just had to spend a few minutes expanding the existing rear-sight pin hole on the rifle (the pin that retains the rear sight onto the gun) so that the tri rail screws would fit.... only took a few minutes. scope is awesome."
– allen in Florida
"Good quality scope mount, especially for the money, but there are a couple of possible issues: 1) as I understand it, Mosins were made all over the place for dozens of years, so the specs may be off slightly and you may have to alter the mount to get a good fit, 2) whether this mount works for you depends a great deal on your scope's relief. That said, the mount works great for me, and the price isn't too much to risk."
"this unit is nice but poor mounting quality.It doesnt fit just right and a lot of tention on the screws can easily strip them or cross tread them.It seems soild have not shot with it yet."
"Like most of the reviews i had some trouble with the pin hole and not fitting well. I gave it 4 bullets because its looks great once on and sturdy fit but my 3\" eye relief scope is not going to work. 6\" or more is definitely needed. Decided to put my red dot on till i can get a 6\" eye relief scope."
"I read the reviews before I bought my tri-rail. The screw holes not matching was a concern. When I recieved it I could see what people were talking about. However if I enlarged the holes for more space that would mean I couldn't use the stock sights again without replacing the sight block. So instead I took my drimmel and used a round sanding block to barely take some off of the new block that butts up against the sight block. Doing just a little each time to not take any more off than necessary. When the fit was good I used some \"formula 44/40\" instant gun blue to touch up where I had sanded. Mount block then fit very good and everything on the rifle is still the same. Old sights will go right back on. I highly recommend the Leapers tri-rail scope mount."
"This mount looked very appealing but looks are deceaving. Had the same problems as everyone else ( screws dont line up, needed extended eye relief scope stuff like that) but that was no big deal an easy fix. My biggest problem is that the mount doesnt sit well on the firearm it shoots low and to the right, put 5 different scopes on and still the same. With the original sights i can hit the target all damn day. It could be I recieved a defective mount but who knows?"
"I had a problem with some screws lining up but it wasn't a big deal because it stays on and all i did to fix the elevation screws so the mount would end wobble is fit an old small thin allen wrench in it. once i zeroed my scope it works great. on the side note tighten down your scope rings a lot because it will move because of the Mosins nagants recoil."
"WOW..... Need I say more... this is the worst thing I have ever wasted my money on.... Like most of you, I wanted to mount a scope on my 91/30 for cheap, but cheap is what I got... First of ALL, the rail looks great... thats about it... I tried to put it on my rifle and it didnt fit, none the the parts fit in the right place. So instead of trying to send it back which i should have done, I forced it on with clamps and stuff. I finally got the screws in got the scope on and went out to shoot it... IT MOVES!!!! every shot is different and after about 10th shot, the dang thing broke....DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!"
– Jeff Z.
"I was a little concerned reading all the reviews about this rail on how it doesn't fit and that people had to grind stuff down to make it work, but I really wanted it so I figured I would give it a try and holy crap did it pay off! I fits like a dream! Everything pretty much fell together; I don't know if I got lucky and the stars aligned on this one or it just fits the M44 easier, but my only complaint is that small allen wrench was a little small so I had to use one of my own and the bayonet had to come off to have all 3 rails on, but I don't know why people say you need a 3-6\" eye relief to use a scope... hold on to the gun and it won't kick you in the face!"
"A few good things about this mount are: It's very good quality. If mounted properly...it will NOT move. You don't risk destroying your rifle. A few things to consider before buying: You might end up having to do some minor tweaks to get it to fit right. This rifle was obviously mass produced, so not every rifle will be 100% identical. I personally had to file down a few parts on the mount, and widen a hole on the rear sight to make the provided screw fit. Very easy, no big deal. You will either need a bent bolt or a long eye relief scope to get the most out of this mount."
"I had previously bought one of the cheap rail mounts before. I bent it trying to fit it to my Mosin. This one comes with interlocking steel pieces that fit tight together. I did have some play in the rear of the sight. I shimmed it with a thin piece of copper and secured it with the Allen screw. With that and Loc-tite, I do not see it moving any time soon."
"First of all, have to say Cheaper Than Dirt gave me the best price on the market that I could find on this product. Thank you, CTD! Product is high quality and installs within minutes. Makes my scope look great on my Mosin Nagant. Top Notch. Will buy their products and buy from CTD in the future!"
– Ramrod Roy
"This mount is great, it comes with 4 UTG rail covers, and honestly looks good on my M38, however you will need a very long eye relief scope. For ease of use, possibly a bent bolt, but the straight bolt will work fine you just have to be cautious of the scope."
"I read the reviews for this product and saw that some people had trouble installing it on their rifles. I have a 91/30 (1929 Tula Factory) I used a punch and a small brass hammer to knock out the pin holding the rear leaf sight, and then pulled out the spring. Easy installation required a little tapping with the hammer to get everything flush, so the screws would align. Once that was done it was a cinch! I gave it 5 bullets because I was so relieved that I didn't need to ask my dad to use his tools or vice or anything! It's solid as a rock. I just installed a 10-20 inch eye relief pistol scope and it looks awesome. I'll take it to the range soon and zero the scope. I'm very impressed."
– Redmond, WA
"This was a pain. Got it for a 91/30, is fine and works. You just need a scope with a long eye relief, but not too long, I made that mistake also. Should have just drilled and tapped the receiver."
"I received this mount a little while back. The problem I'm having is this. In order to put a rifle scope and not a pistol scope on this gun you have to do two things: First, get a bent bolt. Not a problem. I actually found a bolt made that way for this gun. The second is mount the scope as far back as you can on the rail. I accomplished this by buying a long scope and using three scope rings on the front half. The problem now is that the cantilevered part of the mount acts like a spring board and the whole thing moves up and down. I plan to remedy this by unseating the scope and drilling and taping a hole over the receiver. I will then put in a set screw and lock it in place with a nut under the mount so as to act as a leg. I was hesitant to buy this because all the reviews saying that it was hard to line up the holes. I did have the same problem but I had to take out so little metal that I didn't even use my Dremel. I just worked one of the file bits though the holes by hand. I'm sure if you don't mind a pistol scope then this will be perfect for you. The scope does sit high. I'm going to have to raise the comb on my gun just so I can get a cheek weld on the stock."
"It does what I bought it for. I had a gunsmith install on my 1940 Mosin Nagant, only reason I had them install it is I had to have them fix a problem with the feed ramp. So it was 20 bucks extra to have him do it. I waited to fire the rifle before my review and it hasn\uFFFDt moved at all. I fired 40-50 rounds and it works great."
– range finder
"Fit my Mossin perfect ,rock solid mount.Scope stays dead on,no problems with install."
"Just recently recieved this mount which I promptly installed on my 91/30. It went on easily with no modification required. This surprised me after having read the many reviews that reported having problems with the fit. I fully expected to have to spend at least an hour mounting it but it went on in about 10 min. and is rock solid. Now all I have to do is get it out to the range to get it sighted in. I am very impressed."
– Cheeky Monkey
"I dont know way some people are having problems instaling this Tac-Tri-Rail.. I instaled and fired my weapon in less then 15 min... if you follow the instructions its cake.. unless your weapon has issues.. I have a 1943 Mosin Nagant."
"This seemed like a great idea at first because I wouldn't have to gunsmith my circa 1939 Mosin - the scope mount just replaces the rear sight. It works as advertised, but only if you're using a scouting scope. Regular rifle scopes won't mount far enough back to come close to the eye relief."
– jason h
"Installed in minutes very easily! Looks great! Works great! I am very happy with it!"
"This thing fit perfect on my Mosin and is as solid as a rock. awesome product"
"Works good getting scope next, make sure to have a metal punch size 3/32 available to punch out the front pin on the rear sight."
– Rex Danger
"Product shipped fast. It went on easily and it's the perfect product to put a nice scope on. Don't believe what people say about this rail system. It's sturdy and perfect for any weaver style scope A+++++ Awesome!"
"Received this and had it out of the box and mounted in less than 10 minutes. Easy. Just waiting on the long eye relief scope to get here."
"Put this mount on my Mosin in about 15 min and added a 2-7 power pistol scope. Total install time was about 30 min. Just got back from the range and I have to say I'm impressed. Seemed to be rock solid. My only complaint is that, due to the mount height above the barrel, you really have to bring the line of sight down when dialing in the scope. At 50 yards, I had to adjust for about two feet (bore sighted it the old fashioned way). Took about 30 min. and 15 or so rounds to get it zeroed at 100yds, but it seemed to hold after that."
"Out of the box, it would not fit my 91/30."
"Overall, this is a good mount. People who don't read the reviews however, may not be as satisfied. I ordered this completely expecting to have to do work on it, and when it turned it out I only needed a few shims, it tickled my pickle (so to speak). This does fit well with an M44 folding bayonet, if you're wondering."
"Received the order in excellent time, as usual for CTD. Unfortunately, the mount kit was missing the long spacer required for my 1942 91/30. Otherwise, it installed easily enough (not stable without the spacer), and I'm looking forward to completing the installation and trying it out with a scope."
– Retired Marine
"Despite the previous reviews, this tri rail is a good, solid piece, and when put together CORRECTLY, it will not move. Only gave it 4 bullets because I haven't gone to the range yet to see if it holds zero."