This question isn't necessarily specific to the Russian lady, but in my particular case that's what I'm shooting. Every video I see of those firing a bolt action involves them taking their eyes away from the sights/scope, lowering the rifle and working the action. If that is the case, how are you supposed to get decent groupings on the paper (besides just being a decent shot )? I had my Mosin out at the range a week ago and got some decent "patterns" on paper at 50 yards (nothing I would call a "group"), and at 100 yards I was laughing at myself for hitting the paper twice... but not really in the black. I have a feeling I'm doing a lot to mess myself up in regards to resetting my point of aim every time I have to work the bolt. I know the gun is capable of accuracy beyond 100 yards with the iron sights - maybe I'm not at this point!