Sure a PTR-32 is nice, but is it accurate? (VIDEO)

The AK Operators Union, Local 47-74, gave the old accuracy field test to the PTR-32, the HK pattern 7.62x39mm rifle that blends east and west.

Based on the HK91 series, the PTR-32 trades in .308 for the standard AK fodder, hence the interest in the rifle by the AKOU who keep a weather eye peeled for anything even mildly Kalash related.

With the Teutonic roller-locked layout of the PTR blended with the caliber of the far off Russian steppes, the question of putting rounds on steel at distance arises– and it seems like Robski and co have the answer.

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