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So far so good. Haven't shot weapon yet to verify mount's reliability, but feels solid once attached. Word to the wise, Do NOT use the punch provided with the mount. It is way too weak and flimsy to move anything but already-loosened pins from the existing sight base. Luckily, I had real punches that would move the pins as needed.
I Dont think this is for a russian mosin because in the instructions it says there should be 2 pins that line up with the holes but there is only the one in the front of the sight base that you can use for the mount. you will have to drill a hole to make it so that both of the bolts and nuts go through if you want both of the bolt/screws to be used. But if you tighten the one that you can get through as tight as you can it will stabilize but you need to use something like lock tight on the screw/bolt and nut otherwise it will just loosen up after 5 shots other than that it is a decent product.
Follow mounting directions. Dry fit it before using Loctite on the threads. You need to "true" it with the rifle barrel to make it easier to zero in your scope. On my my 1943 R Carbine, I had to use a 3mm drill bit on the rifle's rear sight mount screw hole. The front screw went in with no problem, but the rear was just slightly off due to the bore hump. All Mosins are different, so your experience may differ from mine. I made a wooden shim/jig to place on the barrel and under the mount to hold it in place while tightening the screws.