The Bloke takes his Hungarian Mosin-Nagant PU sniper out to 300m, and shares his experiences on working with the piece in question. This rifle is identical to the WW2 Russian / Soviet sniper rifles, and actually working with them in a vaguely “precision” environment shows up some of the drawbacks of rifles and optics of that era, many of which are not unique to the Mosin – coarse adjustments without clicks on the telescopic sights, non-modern standards of accuracy, and so on. Also, it turns out that S&B 7.62x54R ammo is way better than PPU Prvi Partizan. Who knew?
Switzerland’s most popular native-English-language guns & shooting channel! Probably. Maybe. I guess. A somewhat off-the-wall and tongue-in-cheek look at firearms, military history and shooting, and a jolly good tilt at the windmills of fuddlore to go with it. And the odd off-topic vid about Switzerland, or whatever happens to take our fancy. We normally launch “in-series” vids on a Friday (early launch on a Wednesday via Patreon and the FB page https://www.facebook.com/Blokeontherange/ ), out-of-series vids launch precisely… whenever.