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Thread: 1941 Tula SVT sniper

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    Default 1941 Tula SVT sniper

    Thought I'd wake up the Russian weapons section a bit. Here are some PICs of my 1941 sniper with notch, proofs, and receiver mark (and correct S/N range). "Naval infantry" stock is a nice bonus. Scope is re-worked, has Mosin Nagant elevation scale. Mount is repro. Interesting handguard...has 4 cross-pins rather than the usual 2.
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    That is a very nice SVT rig
    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    Nice gun. SVTs are a blast to shoot. In Russian "naval infantry"/marines translates to "oceanic infantry." The US Marine vet who told me that wasn't too thrilled about that...I gave him a little ribbing after finding that one out...

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    love shooting my SVT40. it's supremely inaccurate though. i'd be better off throwing rocks at the target. it fires about 8" low at 100 yards. i could probably fix that with a bit of shimming.
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    I used to have one too but it just never did it for me. Once I got my NDM-86 the SVT wasn't around much longer.

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