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Thread: SKS Rifle at 100, 200, 300, and 400 yds

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    SKS Rifle at 100, 200, 300, and 400 yds

    I made a trip to my gun club today. I don’t know if there’s an official term for the shooting stance, but I sat at the bench, resting both elbows on it as I fired at the paper targets. I was shooting Golden Tiger ammunition. Iron sights; no scope or optic. I tried to aim for the center of the targets.

    Rear sight on 100 meter position at 100 yds:

    Rear sight on 200 meter position at 200 yds:

    Rear sight on 300 meter position at 300 yds:

    I obviously need to aim a little lower at this distance. The arrow is pointing toward the bullet hole just above the head that I didn’t get in the photo.

    Here’s the link to the video of me shooting at the steel silhouette at 400 yds, using the 400 meter rear sight position. I held on the bottom of the silhouette:
    PTR 91, GI model - "Triple B"; Chinese Type 56 SKS - "The Snow Leopard"

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    very decent shooting.
    my yugo sks always surprised with its accuracy. i never took it out as far as you though.

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