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Not sure if real steel is allowed or not, if not, my apologies.

So, this may not classify as a true sniper rifle by our western standards, but let's just say with 7n1 ammo you don't want to be within 800 meters.




All numbers matching, mint, unfired, complete set in the box Norinco NDM-86. Chambered in 7.62x54R

Let's see your sniper rifles!

-Edit- Can't believe the thought of putting this thread in the gallery section didn't even occur to me ::)
 

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Nice man! My cousin used to have a shitty tiger. How much did you pay for this Chines baby? What I have found out that the real Russian are really expensive and are really not that Superior to the Chinese one. Also good choice with the bipod. Can't understand how people can be so stupid that they Mount the bipod to the barrel. Could you please post more pictures?
 

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Nothing wrong with the Tigers at all in the accuracy department, with just a little bit of time and money they can easily be changed from their civilian hunting rifle look to that of the SVD.

I was able to snag this for only 3850$, which for the condition it is in was a steal. Once I get back home, I'll try to get some range pictures Monday.
 

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Oh c'mon?? No one else has any rifle pictures to share?
 

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silentfury214 said:
Not of my own.
Well that's no fun then if everyone just grabbed some random picture off the internet.
 

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LOL....

Are we talking actual "sniper rifles" or rifles that could be?

Because my .22 was actually a sniper rifle back in WW2 ;) Was used by the russians in the ruins of St. Petersburg.
 

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Ha! I don't think .22s count. Even if they were used at 'one time'. :)
 

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Do a search on russian .22 sniper rifle ;) And read up on the history of it.

A sniper rifle, even in real steel, isn't always about extreme distance. They have been made to be silent but EXTREMELY accurate. And from around 150 yards they can be extremely deadly.
 

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I thought the .22 the Russians use in the military is based on the Izhmash Biathlon receiver and action, not the CM-2?
 

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Just put 120 rounds the Dragunov today and all I can say is, "Wow..."

Accuracy was alright with the Wolf 148gr Bi-Metal FMJ, didn't really do any target shooting because I left the bi-pod at home. But there was a mannequin left at the rang that we shot at at 300M with ease.

Can't wait to get some 7n1 and Wolf Gold 150gr
 

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What is the purpose of a civilian owning a gun like that. What does he predict a huge invasion or a zombie apocyalypse. If your destroying zombies use a .338 Lapua. Lighter then a .50 but heavier then a .308. So you can carry more around. Lol
Big guns are a hell of alot of fun to shoot?


Remington 5.56 in a Varmant Stock with the U.S. Optics ST-10, Fixed-10Pwr Scope
 
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