Karl and Ian have both done a lot of shooting with a wide variety of guns, and we figure their opinions on those guns may be pretty well prejudiced by that. So today, we are bringing in a more novice shooter, to get her opinions on a couple of older Soviet sharpshooting rifles: a Mosin-Nagant 91/30 PU and an NDM-86 Dragunov.
While we have these rifles out, we're also going to discuss the women who fought as sharpshooters during the Great Patriotic War. For more information on Ludmilla Pavlichenko, check out this article by the Smithsonian Magazine:
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