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Gletcher M1944 Russian Legend rifle
Read more about the Mosin Nagant M1944 in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blob.
The legendary Mosin-Nagant Russian rifle was produced between the 1890s and 1950s. During World War II, a new pattern of carbine called M1944 was adopted as a Soviet Army rifle. The M1944 is the latest modification to the popular rifle of WWII.
This is the heaviest Gletcher model at 8.21 pounds and the heft gives you instant appreciation for the solid feel of this gun.
This gun replicates the original sliding bolt action. Shoot, pull back the bolt, shoot again, and once again pull back the bolt. The ammunition in the gun barrel for subsequent shots is actually fed into the firing chamber by opening the rifle's bolt.
The Gletcher M1944 is equipped with a metal barrel, slide, bolt mechanism and magazine. It is also has an integral folding bayonet attached to the barrel with a cruciform blade. Included in the package is a built-in magazine, and a reproduction M1944 strap.
Anyone that's had to carry a tool in order to screw in a C02 cartridge while using a pneumatic weapon will appreciate the welcome functionality of the M1944's built-in hex wrench. The gun also has a compartment for storing the accompanying retention screw tool in its magazine.
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
|Max Velocity||427 fps|
|Front Sight||Post globe|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||3.75 lbs|
|Max Shots per Fill||120|
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Things I liked: I was glad to see this Gletcher Mosin Nagant M1944 BB rifle come back. I had passed on it when it first came out. After shooting the Mosin Nagant M1894, I just knew I had to have one of these M1944 rifles. The quality of this replica is superb. Although the stock is not wood, it looks so much like wood. The plastic polymer used for the stock is very dense and durable. In fact this rifle is quite heavy. The bolt action operates very easily and smoothly. The rear sight is adjustable for elevation, but not windage. Nevertheless, shooting at 10 meters distance to target, the shots impact almost at point of aim. Using a 6 o'clock aim point on a 2" shot spot put most of my shots on the outer left ring of the shot spot. My best 10 shot group at 10 meters from a bench rested position was 0.625" with Umarex steel BBs.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I tested this rifle with several brands of BBs. These are the additional BBs and 10 shot group sizes at 10 meters from a bench rest: Hornady Black Diamond, 0.938"; Daisy Premium, 0.969"; Daisy Avanti, 1.031"; Smart Shot, 1.531"; Marksman Premium, 1.188"; and Crosman Copperhead, 2.375". Total shot count per CO2 is between 70 and 80 shots.
Things I liked: Words can't express on how amazing this mosin is. The polymer body is no issue to me at all because it's the most amazing/most durable polymer body that I've ever purchased! For all the people saying "I can get a real one for the same price" are missing out. There is only 200 made and this air rifle is a ONE OF A KIND and Mosins are increasing in value as the years go by...so this replica will also go up in value! I love how it's based off the M44 carbine version because there made a LOT shorter and it's more easy to maneuver around with and also comes with a real bayonet!! Pyramid air had this delivered to my house in ONLY 3 days after purchase and you can't beat that!! Once you purchase this gun and it gets delivered and you hold it for the first time....you will not want to put it down it such a great replica air gun. I could keep going on writing about how amazing this rifle is but I'll stop it there! I defiantly recommend buying this rifle and specifically from PyramidAir.com!
Things I would have changed: Absolutey nothing....this Mosin air rifle is beyond perfect.
What others should know: Im 21 years old and im only 5"6 and weigh 130 so after awhile it gets hard to shoulder Fire because of the heft to it(which is nothing wrong with that!) but if your around my body type and you want to do a reenactment or just mess around with because it's hard to not put it down...a few tips I've done to make it lighter when im just messing around with it holding it is....I removed the bayonet and the CO2 mag. You would be VERY SURPRISED how much lighter the gun would be so you won't have trouble carrying it around a lot when not actually using it to fire. Don't get me wrong. Whenever I use this gun for display(which is mostly why I bought it because I collect WW2 guns, I screw the bayonet back on and keep it attached which is a VERY easy task to take on and off. Hope this helps!
Things I liked: Words can't even express how AMAZING and realistic this air rifle is. Even though it's a polymer stock...your mind will never convince you that it's actually plastic. EVERYTIME you pick up that Mosin air rifle....it feels like your holding the real deal. Out of all my airsoft and 177. Cal air rifles, this will be my FAVORITE rifle I have EVER purchased. I can not express enough how AMAZING the quality of this gun is. Even when im not using it to shoot outside.....I literally just want to hold it while im just sitting in my house watching TV or something(unloaded of course). Also ordered the rife on a Monday and received the rifle early on Thursday morning, YOU CANT BEAT THAT!!! You can also buy 1 pack of "40" CROSSMAN CO2 cartridges at Walmart for only 17 bucks.....so how can anyone pass this beautiful/amazing Mosin magant air rifle up?! Thank you PyramidAir.com for the best quality rifle I have ever bought from online! Will defiantly be keeping up with your Email's for future releases!!
Things I would have changed: Most people would rather have a wood stock, but it would be no difference anyways. The gun is still the correct weight and has the most strongest/beautiful polymer stock I've ever seen. Plus on the bright side, since it's a polymer stock, the rain won't her it as bad if your shooting while it's sprinkingling.....wood over time will dull the color
What others should know: Every air gunner that sees this and is a big World War 2 fan and of course love the Mosin....you have to purchase this while you can. There's only 200 left and it's worth the buy.
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Any idea why in a rifle, the velocity is lower than a handgun ? Seems it should be at least 450- 500.fps
can it be shipped the Canada Toronto as l want one, most of the shops are sold out in Canada,
can you mount a scope to it
I'm sure you can put a scope on there with some tape or some type of modification.
|Max Velocity||427 fps|