Greets gentlemen, it's me again, and I'm here to ask an odd question. I've decided to challenge myself to try and produce accuracy of some type from an inaccurate weapon. So, I'm here to ask you a familiar question, only backwards. Which of the older WWII bolt rifles is THE LEAST ACCURATE. (I.E. MOA at effective range). I've heard that of the weapons in the era, the MAS-36 was the least accurate, but then alot say the Carcano was also pretty terrible, and the Arisaka type-38. Even some say the Mosin Nagant was the most inaccurate. So I came to you gents for your "expert" opinion. This doesnt include carbines save the K-98, K-31 and MAS-36.