Posted February 22, 2024 9:00 am by Comments

By TTAG Contributor

When Soviet Red Army troops poured across the Finnish frontier three months after the outbreak of World War II, Simo Häyhä, a farmer and member of Finland’s Civil Guard, laid down his pitchfork, picked up his M28-30 Mosin Nagant, jammed his Puukko knife in his belt and calmly went out to kill communists.
Häyhä shot more than 540 Red Army troops in just three months—most using iron sights—becoming the most successful sniper in history.
Continue reading Opinion: On Finland’s New Ranges, Puukko Knives and Sisu at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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