Last weekend, I finally got to shoot my Mosin Nagant m38 for the first time
My first target was at 400 yards, now I must point out that I was shooting surplus ammo (russian).
I took aim and fired....
, I hit the target first shot. So once more I took aim, the Iron sights lined up to the target....boom.....
, again I hit the target.
Now feeling confused, I adjusted the sights to 800 yards, took aim at another target....boom..
, hit the target again.
So now I handed the rifle to a fellow club member, he aimed, fired....
he it the target.
We never found out why the Nagant was accurate, we put it down to the cross winds blowing across the range or poor ammo
Yesterday, I complained to the Gun shop owner who sold me the Nagant. Despite the rifle being accurate, he refused to refund my money.
The rifle is in really good condition, but I don't know if I can keep using it while there is a chance of hitting targets.
SHOULD I BEND THE BARREL ????