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Josh Smith
August 13, 2012, 03:55 PM
Hello,

I just received on of these in the mail, and thought I'd share. I have no financial interest in Brass Stacker; they just make good stuff!

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/packaged.jpg

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/unpackaged.jpg

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/safety%20on.jpg

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/left%20side.jpg

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/rear%20view.jpg

http://www.smith-sights.com/resources/Brass_Stacker/right%20side%20med%20distance.jpg

Pretty nifty I think. I never had any real trouble manipulating the cocking piece. My fingers did, however, get a bit sore after a bit.

This adds a lot of control to the safety, and one can lower it into place silently. Excellent for hunting! They carry a black version as well.

This is available at my place, or at http://www.brassstacker.com .

Josh

Don P
August 13, 2012, 06:20 PM
Nice looking piece of added equipment for the safety. I will say they are extremely proud of that ring at $48.00 plus shipping. Man its half the price of the rifle. Nice but not for me.

tahunua001
August 13, 2012, 07:45 PM
agreed. 48 is a little steep for a decocking ring. it does look like it would streamline the safety quite a bit but not enough to spend that kind of money.

Cheapshooter
August 13, 2012, 08:54 PM
I haven't had anywhere near forty eight bucks worth of trouble with the safety on any of my Mosins. A ten dollar add on OK, but close to half the price of the rifle for a bras ring. no way!

tobnpr
August 14, 2012, 01:24 PM
For another forty bucks you can get a Timney....and get a match trigger along with a more usable safety. But, if you don't want to modify the stock, the B.S. is a neat option, but a pricey one.

Neat idea, but I think they missed the price point.

Heavy Metal 1
August 15, 2012, 09:06 PM
When I first saw the post I thought maybe I'd spring for one if it was ~$10-12, but as above posters have said at 1/2 the price of an entire rifle the manufacturer grossly misjudged their market. Someone tight of cash who can part with a $100 as an entry into the centerfire rifle scene sure isn't going to drop half that again for a nifty, but pricey doodad.

kozak6
August 16, 2012, 03:07 AM
Unnecessary.

If the spring is too beefy for you to recock it, get a weaker one or clip some coils. Clipping coils is free.

Mike Irwin
August 16, 2012, 09:01 AM
Hum...

For a lot less than $48 I'm sure that I could cobble something up in my basement that would be just as usable.

tobnpr
August 16, 2012, 07:16 PM
^^
I think they figure they might only sell a few dozen, need to pay for that R&D and CNC programming!

kozak6
August 17, 2012, 01:40 AM
If I were desperate, I'd sooner drill a hole and use a keychain ring.

Don P
August 17, 2012, 06:25 AM
If I were desperate, I'd sooner drill a hole and use a keychain ring.

Now thats what I'm talking about, Good old American ingenuity. Nice idea, I'm going to invest a little time and look into that:D

emcon5
August 17, 2012, 02:58 PM
And if you screw up your hole drilling, a new cocking piece is only $6:

https://www.buymilsurp.com/cocking-piece-mosin-nagant-rifles-p-64.html

Still think it is a solution looking for a problem though.

On edit: They should have made it black, then at least it would be "Tactical" ;)

Cheapshooter
August 17, 2012, 06:59 PM
Gee Josh, I think everybody is telling you you got hosed!!!:eek::D

Heavy Metal 1
August 17, 2012, 08:35 PM
Just get an extra cocking piece as poster above said then do this:http://www.gswagner.com/mosin-nagant/safe/safe.html

ROGER4314
August 17, 2012, 08:47 PM
Heavy Metal....

Nice job! Thanks for sharing the pics!

Flash

Heavy Metal 1
August 18, 2012, 09:24 AM
That (Steve Wagner) is not me so I claim no credit. I just happened to know of the linked website.