And speaking of rooftops…

308 Vepr with 27" barrel

For sight radius, length matters. Such a long barrel also gives maximum bullet velocity and least muzzle blast. The added weight is surprisingly little thanks to the relatively short forend. Both front and rear sights are adjustable for windage and elevation. The front is used for zeroing and the rear for operational adjustments.

Handy enough for a teenage girl.

Wolf Arms

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5 Responses to And speaking of rooftops…

  1. tad stratton says:

    Missing the revolver.

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  3. Firehand says:

    Reminds me of the length of a Turk Mauser I used to have

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