Let’s first start out with the Enfield #4 British battle rifle in 303 Brit caliber. Gonna shoot out at 25 yards Greek surplus ammo. that is five Second long gun we are doing to shoot is the number 5 jungle carbine same ammo Greek surplus Yes, these stripper clips work great sarcasm, not really That one kicks a little more Last in our series here is the Japanese Arisaka 7.7 mm which is essentially a 30 caliber We are shooting Hornady loads that are kind of mild for an old weapon, since I am attached to it because it was my fathers (WWII bring back) Same drill 25 yards That is a little bit bigger group these sights , even though it has a peep, are not as nice as the British rifles. Here is a look at the 3 targets we just shot 2 British rifles and the Japanese First one here is the number 4 Enfield Fairly good group but this is only 25 yards a close quarters kind of shot A bit better for recording on video with another camera Second one here is our number 5 jungle carbine . That is a pretty good group Nice sight on the British rifles because the rear sight is up close to your eye Last one is the 7.7 Japanese Arisaka A little harder to see those sights quickly because the rear sight is more forward on the receiver But with time I am sure I can shrink groups down quite a bit Been a lot of fun though I do not get to shoot these too often.