Monthly Archives: February 2019
Occasionally, in the North, you could see an interesting picture from a helicopter. Here’s to the future field camp in the woodlands cheerfully stomping guys-surveyors (geologists have always been richer and preferred air transport). Behind them, strictly observing the distance, a whole procession follows: the local “looking” bear, then a chain of gray “forest orderlies”, and the Wolverine closes it. The one who will not be left without her share is she, the one who, with Seton-Thompson’s light hand, is called the ” Northern hyena.”
Wolverine feeds on everything that was once animals-from skins to moldy bones. It can eat up the remains of prey abandoned by wolves, dig up a dead dog buried by a hunter, or, having made its way to the hut, chew through canned food and eat dog food. In a severe famine, the Wolverine eats pine nuts. Continue reading
With all the wealth of choice of modern optical sights, the constant interest of hunters and shooters is a device with a 50-year history and military career. This is a PSO-optical sniper sight, according to some reports, originally “Ovchinnikov sniper sight” (by the name of the designer of the Novosibirsk instrument-making plant).
One of the reasons for this popularity connected with the charisma of a product: people chose the conversion version of the Soviet-Russian small arms – “Tiger” and “Vepr” and “Saiga” optical sight will try to choose the most authentic. But the main driving force, of course, will be economic and practical considerations. Continue reading