An Optical Evolution.
Above: A Mosin-Nagant fitted with a PU Optic illustrates the simplicity of the early Zeiss-style optics.
Middle: A PSO-1 fitted supposedly to an SVD showcases the manual range finder that makes many enthusiasts claim it to be one of the most advanced optics of its time.
Lower: A 1P29, one of the more modern Russian optics for AK-74’s features an odd looking inverted post, designed that it would not hinder a shooters sight picture in combat. It, too, sports a manual range finder that is so popular with enthusiasts.
I feel like the majority of the ‘social justice’ bloggers on this site are merely insecure, pretentious beings who want to prove that their not racist or sexist, which is a good thing, but they do so by belittling another person’s understandable ignorance in a cruel and vicious manner just to raise their own ego
I don’t think they genuinely care for the cause their ‘defending’ because if they did they would want to help the ignorant understand, rather than bash them, and, for the most part, they would study more in depth on the subject or prejudice instead of just skimming a wikipedia article for the sake of not appearing ignorant themselves