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Video of Russian gunner hitting target 2 km away at night

A Russian gunner used a sniper to hit the target at a distance of 2 km in dark conditions and bad weather.

A Russian gunner used a sniper to hit the target at a distance of 2 km in dark conditions and bad weather.

According to RT, a "tough" test for SVLK-14 sniper rifles produced by Russian weapons company Lobaev Arms was carried out this week.


Gunner Sergey Shmakov used SVLK-14 gun to hit all 5 shots at the target target at a distance of 1,920 meters.


The test took place in bad weather conditions, limited visibility and blurred viewfinder. In addition, the gunner also shoots at night, when the sky has no moon and stars.


"We want to set a record for the longest shot of the night, when there is no light from laser or other light sources," said Vladimir Lobaev, SVLK-14 gun designer. when the testing took place.


Despite the impressive test, the results have not yet been officially registered with the world record agency. Lobaev Arms said it would not stop at 1,920 meters.


Gunner Shmakov revealed that the testing team will continue to increase the distance of the target.


"In the spring, we will increase to 2,300 meters, then 2,500 meters or 2,600 meters and then 6 km," Shmakov said.

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