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If the scope on the Mosin looks funny it is, no mount under it hahaha hard to shoot that way but once you get used to it !!
The mount cracked and I have found a replacement for it on Ebay but it will not be shipped for a few days yet, before it cracked I was printing groups of 6" at 505 yards, I am not sure but I think that works out to about 1/2 MOA maybe a little more, I hope that I can get the new mounts to work as well.
The Colt 1911 has been through three wars,WWII, Korea, and Vietnam, I have the original Mother of Pearl grips in my safe they have a few cracks from misuse and abuse over the years but still all in one piece and I hope to keep them that way, The 1911A1 from Springfield has a coustom trigger Ass. and extended Beavertail, coustom Hoge wraparound grips, polished and ported ramp feed, beveled mag well.
with both pistols I am able to consitantly hit the top of a 55 gallon drum at just short of 400 yards.
The 1911 is stock except for a coustom trigger Ass.[/img]