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What about bolters?

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Problem is, WWII anti-tank rifles were extremely inaccurate - nobody was bothering producing quality barrels for them, because they were useless at tank killing at long ranges not that they were much better at short ranges either. Manual for british Boys rifles specifically said that the sights must be kept in "300m" position and never set to "500m". Better idea would be to either use a modern anti-materiel rifle such as Barrett M82, or to use a russian KPV heavy machine gun that uses same round as soviet WWII AT rifles, or to build a new weapon altogether

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Where can I find these elusive Raikov chapters? Is there a pastebin somewhere? I think I missed them.

As a bonus, here's a rifle the Russians made, its a full auto .50 cal rifle that can be fired standing up.

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