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?
Firearms history, blokesplaining firearms mechanics, mythbusting, shooting sports and kitschy sketches all in one place. An often dry and sarcastic look at whatever takes the Bloke's and the Chap's fancy in the world of guns and shooting.