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  1. It is a nice platform for sniping - I have an original from 1942 - the first year of production - and it shoots pretty well. The one thing that is an annoyance is the lack of a cheek rest
  2. In the USSR, a select production block of Mosins - regardless of accuracy - would be modified into sniper rifles. In Germany, those K98s that were the most accurate in factory firing tests would be converted into sniper rifles.
  3. Personally, I think he's one of those who thinks he's smarter than everyone else in the conversation and then tries to prove it further by tacking on some random pithy military quote at the end of his posts.
  4. Lol, ok. BF doesn't model things based on extreme outliers.
  5. So many words, but so few facts stated.
  6. That was the biggest amount of rambling text I've seen in a long while, topped off with a random, unrelated quote at the end.
  7. Please tell me you are joking. While we're here, John wanna tell everyone again your evidence of nukes being used at Kursk?
  8. John's credibility issues are at least as old as this discussion forum.
  9. Their aviation was not inferior by mid-1943. For instance, over the Kuban bridgehead, the German senior command started remarking that the Soviet air forces were able to do "whatever they wanted" by around the middle of the year.
  10. You bumped up this topic to make a juvenile comment like that?
  11. Not in CW - the commander has to stand farther up out of the hatch to look around, which then of course increases his exposure to enemy fire of all kinds. It was because for reasons like that, that Soviet doctrine specified that tank commanders were to remain buttoned up.
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