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Record-Breaking 'Twilight' Sniper Rifle Hits Target 2.6 Miles Away


Russian arms manufacturer Lobaev demonstrated its record-breaking ultra long-range SVLK-14 'Sumrak' bolt action sniper rifle, in the Russian town of Tarussa. Earlier in October, Russian marksman Andrei Ryabinski reportedly set a new world record after hitting a 1-metre square target placed at 13,812 feet away, or 2.6 miles with the Sumrak, which means 'Twilight' in Russian.

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