We don't have a separate place for range reports so far. Might be a good idea to have such a thing. If we get enough, we can sticky this. Took one of the Russian girls out for s&g, and to find out what she and I can do. Tickled her 17 times, she kicked me back 5X; I am not as recoil proof as I was 20 years ago. The PAST recoil pad did it's thing well enough. 1943 Moisin Nagant 91/38 iron sights set at lowest setting. 172 gr Wolf, allegedly not corrosive. Benched and rested in a shaded shooting station, 4-1/2 inch bullseye. Winds calm, no clouds, 75 deg, for 9 rounds (not counting an uncalled flyer off the paper) slow fire after 7 practice, fouling, and warm up rounds. 9.25 inch "pattern" at 100 yards, slight vertical elongation, roughly centered on the bull. Now, that shows I might not have done my part, but I shoot better than that with other iron sighted rifles. Then again, maybe she didn't like the ammo. Then again, maybe she is just not a good shooter. Vertical pattern is probably due to old eyes not seeing the "fuzz" at the bottom of the bull the same way every time. Flinch is possible with the long and military catchy pull, even with the sear greased. An MZB standing up facing me will not get away, even so. Next time out, will try some of the 182 gr Bulgarian milsurp.