Firearms shooting

Videos about shooting with different hand guns, assault guns and carbines.
Automatic Pistol, Weihrauch cal. 22, Magnum Revolver, Marlin Centerfire Bolt Action Carbine, Beretta Assault Rifle, Kalshnikov, Molot, PSL sniper rifle (Dragunov).

Dragunov sniper rifle
Firing with the semi-automatic PSL sniper rifle, the Romanian version of the Dragunov.

Here are videos about shooting with different firearms from other periods than WW2.

Shooting with different hand guns, assault guns and carbines: Automatic Pistol, Weihrauch cal. 22, Magnum Revolver, Marlin Centerfire Bolt Action Carbine, Beretta Assault Rifle, Kalashnikov, Molot, PSL sniper rifle (Dragunov).

The videos of shooting with WW2 firearms can be watched on their special pages:

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Automatic Pistol

Shooting with Automatic Pistol.

Weihrauch Stupsnasen Revolver cal.22

Weihrauch Stupsnasen Revolver cal. 22
The handy size of the self-defense hand gun Weihrauch Stupsnasen Revolver cal. 22.

Quick firing the self-defense hand gun Weihrauch Stupsnasen Revolver cal.22 for up to 8 bullets.

cal 45 Magnum revolver

Firing the ‘Dirty Harry’ cal 45 Magnum revolver.

Marlin Centerfire Bolt Action Carbine

Shooting with the late 19th-century US Marlin Centerfire Bolt Action carbine for 6 cartridges cal 30-30 Winchester or 35 Remington.

Beretta assault rifle

Shooting with a Beretta Police assault rifle, the modern successor of the famous Italian sub-machine gun of WW2.


Kalashnikov

Kalashnikov AKM
Kalashnikov AKM and above cal 45 Magnum revolver (left) with Czech Automatic Pistol.

Shooting with the Kalashnikov rifle, the real successor of the first assault gun (MP 43) of WW2.

Molot

Shooting with the ‘Molot’, a semi-automatic Kalashnikov for firing hard-hitting shotgun cartridges, which is in use by Police Special Squads.

PSL sniper rifle

Firing with the semi-automatic PSL sniper rifle, the Romanian version of the Russian Dragunov.

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