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On the front line trenches between Ukraine and the Russian secessionist republics.
Ukrainian female sniper in action. Daily sniper fire and normal occurance but supposedly only from the Russian side toward the Ukrainian trench line? This is not so?
This episode has become a minor sensation on the Intenet also with video of the encounter?
First from the English Tabloid "The Sun" the story by Nick Parker.
"A WOMAN sniper in the Ukraine army has become a national hero after chilling footage was posted showing her killing two Russian soldiers."
Further from "The Firearm Blog":
"Ukraine’s armed forces have adopted a new semi-automatic sniper rifle to replace the venerable SVD. Ukraine has announced the adoption of the Zbroyar Z-10, a semi-automatic 7.62×51mm sniper rifle, as the UR-10. This means not only changing the weapon system but also the caliber itself."
Soviet era Dragunov SVD sniper rifle out! Z-10 in! Z-10 incorporating all the latest high-technology gadgets available. Firing the NATO 7.62 X 51 round rather than the Soviet 7.62 X 54 round.
Those unfortunates venturing where they should not have appeared to me at first glance to be tinkering in some fashion with landmines. I might be wrong, but was my perception. Initial perceptions are quite often the correct perception?