I am writing a fiction book and there is a moment where four ex SAS snipers hunt animals together. The story is passing in the 1990's in England. Therefore the weapon needs to be one used by UK snipers at that time. The thing is that I think that the damage made by this rifle L96A1 is maybe too much for hunting foxes. Does the L96A1 in the 1990"s have different type of ammo that could kill without extreme damage?
Also, can someone tell me what are the distance accuracy for this weapon at this period? I've read something about it, but I've got confused. Thank you!
Ricardo5 AnswersHunting8 years ago
I try to find out where the upper classes in London or whole England would hunt foxes while were yet legal in the 1990's, but I did not learn much. I am writing a fiction book and that information would help me. I can thank you enough!
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