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  1. #1
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    Default Brenshok mounts for M39

    Hello All,

    Recently, I saw 2 partners pushing their no drill/tap mounts at most of the local gunshows in Western PA. They go under the name of Brenshok
    (Joe Brentzel + Dan Ogershok) These mounts are made for almost any rifle with a solid tangent type barrel mounted rear sight. The mount obviously
    is for a long eye relief scope. Has anyone had any knowledge or experience with them? Seems to be well made, in my opinion.

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    I saw them too...they looked real nice to me also. I'll be ordering one soon to pop on my m39 for kicks. I"ll let you know how it works.

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    Got a picture?

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    I have 2 of there mounts.... One for a K98K and the other for a Mosin M44.
    They work very very well and are rock solid.
    Denny

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    Quote Originally Posted by nva_panzer View Post
    Got a picture?
    http://scoutmount.com/
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    Not much detail on the web site, I would like to see way better close up pictures.
    I remember Pearl Harbor.
    My Ten Days of Stress; an amateur short story
    http://eastlandspin.com/showthread.p...days-of-Stress

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanDallas View Post
    Not much detail on the web site, I would like to see way better close up pictures.
    From the positioning of the pins I'd say they attach via longer rear sight pins, or possibly screws. Write them and say you lost your instructions and want a new set and see if they can get emailed to you.

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    This is why I am asking to dress up an engraved model 44 that came out of Japan back during or right after the Korean War.
    I thought along with a case color harden butt plate plus any thing else that would work it may be a classy looking mess
    Last edited by DeanDallas; 08-21-2014 at 11:05 AM.
    I remember Pearl Harbor.
    My Ten Days of Stress; an amateur short story
    http://eastlandspin.com/showthread.p...days-of-Stress

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