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SHS 23- 1927 Tula Mosin-Nagant Rifle

We can’t feature second hand guns without eventually running across a Mosin-Nagant rifle. Why? Because they made about 37 million of them (37,000,000).  What particularly drew my attention to this example was the combination of Hex Receiver, bayonet, early date of production, and overall good condition. Although I am sure it was arsenal refinished at some point in it’s life …

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Can I use my MILSURP Sniper in a Class?

This question came in recently. I suspect it was prompted by the decision to get Freeze into a modern bolt action rifle for use out to longer ranges.  The first question that needs to be asked when something like this comes up is, “What is YOUR definition of long range?”. I point this out since invariably you will see some …

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POTD – Russian Sniper Rifle Testing

POTD – Russian Sniper Rifle Testing Some quick pictures from the range today. We were filming the answer to a question a viewer asked. So this is just a preview.  Rifle fired 8 times. Functioned flawlessly 8 times.  Up next, confirmed zero and DOPE building.       Marky www.John1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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Video — Two Russian Snipers

Two Russian Snipers. Same year manufactured. Different personalities. Be it a 1911 or a brand new AR, every weapon exhibits particular traits that make it unique. Much like people. If you are a shooter, you would be wise to understand this so you can be confident in how to handle these differences.       Marky Www.tacticaltshirts.com Www.john1911.com “Shooting Guns …

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Maxim Machine Gun In the Wild

War is a funny thing. Americans generally don’t conceptually understand that getting weapons in many third world conflicts means raiding arsenals, museums or buying from illicit arms traffickers. Here we see a Ukrainian manned Maxim machine gun. If one looks closely, you’ll notice it is chambered in 7.62x54r. The same battle-rifle caliber of the Russian Empire. Considering the age of …