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    Smile No.4 T Range report

    Finally took my No.4 T to the range today for the first time since moving to SC from NJ a few years ago, and joining a club with a 300 yd. range.

    5 shots on the "sight in" range at 70 yds. showed no scope changes needed since last Zero at 100 yds. in NJ, in 2004.

    Went over to the 300 yd. range to try to "ring the gong" on the berm.
    Stupid me left my No. 32 scope book & .303 trajectory chart at home, so it took 10 rounds to get the gong ringing (without a spotter).

    The old T is as good as it ever was! Sure is FUN to shoot, when they don't shoot back.

    All in all, a good, unusually cool day in SC.

    (was chuck08826 on the old CSP Forums)

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    Very nice ...

    There's also few related range videos in The Screening Room (click here).

    WWII Milsurp Sniper Rifles at 400 Meters (click here)

    Milsurp Sniper Rifles at 500 Meters (click here)

    This is some fun video, which I thought many collectors here would enjoy. It shows MILSURPS.COM and CGN members ~Angel~, Scott and Badger, shooting various sniper rifles from their personal collections, including a No.4(T) Turn up the volume so you can hear the sound of those plates dropping! Notice the sound delay between the time you see the plate fall, until you hear the metal PING sound return back up range to the shooter's position.

    Engaging 12" Steel Plates and Figure 11 (Man) Targets at 400 and 500 Meters.

    1944/45 Britishicon Enfield No.4(T) .303
    1942 Russianicon 91/30 Mosin-Nagant 7.62x54r
    1908 Swedishicon m/41b 6.5mm
    Springfield M1Aicon National Match 7.62x51
    1909 Argentineicon Mauser 7.65x53


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    Goo if you were any closer you would be able to hit the target with the case on ejection. Send me all your 303s for a real workout and you get serious with any of the 22 trainers at 200yds.

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