Beautiful killer girls, Nazis, Soviets and World War II – This is Special Episode about one of the most iconic sniper rifles in the world: Mosin Nagant!

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6 responses to “Snipers on the Eastern Front: Mosin Snipers!”

  1. Bob in the South Avatar

    In my opinion this is your best video yet. I love the history lesson combined with the shooting.

    1. Rob Ski Avatar
      Rob Ski

      I’m glad you enjoyed that video!

  2. Milan Ivic Avatar
    Milan Ivic

    Excellent video.Those 700 yards shots are astonishing,also lots of historical facts.Hope there will be more videos like this one,congratulations!

    1. Rob Ski Avatar
      Rob Ski

      Thank you for watching!!!

  3. Earl Liew Avatar
    Earl Liew

    Hello, Rob :

    Thank you for creating this superb historical video of the M91/30 PU sniper rifle. I am definitely looking forward to the next in the series. I am also glad that you have chosen to refer to Alexander Yuschenko and his outstanding blog. He has worked very diligently to bring to light so much previously unknown technical and historical information on Soviet / Russian firearms development, and i feel he certainly deserves your endorsement.

    One thing I would like to add that I am sure you know all too well, but which most people don’t appreciate, is the fact that the sniper has to deal with a whole host of battlefield factors that directly or indirectly impact his / her ability to achieve accurate shot placement on the intended target, which is the final goal at the end of a long train of events. These factors may include physical strain and exhaustion after deploying for long distances on foot against time, being subject to potential detection and counter-fire, sudden and unexpected changes in target movement and position, variations in weather, climate and visibility, and the psychological and mental effects of long-term strain in combat and the need to survive on the battlefield, among others. It is already challenging enough to be able to hit a target squarely at long distances on a range when one has the luxury of time and place of choosing with no other factors to consider, let alone achieve the kinds of results that have been repeatedly demonstrated.

    As always, thanks very much for your hard work and generosity in sharing all this with us!

    1. Rob Ski Avatar
      Rob Ski

      I agree in 100%. Alex is doing phenomenal job and uncovering tons of great info.
      As for sniper job, yes, this is extremely demanding job…

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