- Oct 2, 2016
US army also collect cartridges I saw in video they had a machine like garden grass cutting manual machine to collect cartridgeswhy "brass catching" is so important for IA?
i have seen this many times in training videos and joint exercises...they try to catch the cartridges with that dumb basket or army hats/caps
this is so "collecting bread crumbs" embarrassing... one side you have US soldier firing and flying cartridges like a hollywood flick and on other side IA is worried about catching used cartridges
But the .338 sniper looks genuinely good even in its original Bhagwa stock! I have seen many civilian rifles online and it matches their quality at least in pictures!Black paint or polycarbonate body
You never know when these fuktards can surprise us
Like they did with the .338 sniper rifle
Even with that there is an improved version.Ohh yes it is 7.62 Ishapore one!
The wooden stock part looks much shorter. Could be increased in length and add Picatinny rails also.https://ofb.gov.in/unit/pages/RFI/7-62-mm-sniper-rifle1
Even with that there is an improved version.
.338 was not BhagwaBut the .338 sniper looks genuinely good even in its original Bhagwa stock! I have seen many civilian rifles online and it matches their quality at least in pictures!
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