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7 thoughts on “Swiss K31 at 800 Yards Open Sights

  1. Can I ask a (probably) stupid question? No. Well, here goes anyway: What’s with the current fad of calling out “impact”? Am I just back in the circular-dial phone and Tandy computer days when I call out “hit!”? Is there something in the word “hit” that’s ambiguous? Is it racist or something? This inquiring mind wants to know.

  2. Sight reflection? Why you need to have either some flat black tape or a flat black marker. I usually have no issues with sight reflection unless the bluing is really worn.

  3. It’s this kind of shooting that terrified the Germans in WWI, engaged by the 2nd & 3rd Marine divisions I believe at Belleau Woods. There they engaged the Germans (multiple units) from 800 to 1000+ yards inflicting many casualties. So many that they were unable mount the attack they were to make because troop formations were scattered throughout the woods.

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