//www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiqAAuoL3_A//www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aoe25OsTIngFootage of 1993-4 when Sweden had a Russian T-80U on loan for trials. Part 1 contains summer-fall trials against Centurion. Part 2 contains winter trials against the Centurion and the Swedish Stridsvagn-103 tank. The footage was classified until now in the Swedish National Archives.
Mad minute was a pre-World War I term used by British Army riflemen during training at the Hythe School of Musketry to describe scoring a minimum of 15 hits onto a 12" round target at 300 yards (270 m) within one minute using a bolt-action rifle (usually a Lee-Enfield or Lee-Metford rifle). It was not uncommon during the First and Second World War for riflemen to greatly exceed this score. Many riflemen could average 30 plus shots. The record, set in 1914 by Sergeant Instructor Alfred Snoxall, was 38 hits