Fourth Generation Warfare

People in Poland Are Learning to Shoot AK-47s to Prepare for a Russian Invasion

Shortly after Russia first invaded Ukraine in February, Polish civilians started flocking to shooting ranges to learn how to use AK-47s, Glocks, and more.

WARSAW, Poland — Scared that Russian President Vladimir Putin will eventually target them, Polish civilians, many of them women, are flocking to gun ranges so they can learn how to shoot Glocks and AK-47s.

The number of people coming to shoot guns has tripled at Strzelnica Warszawianka, a gun range and shooting school in the Polish capital Warsaw that’s tucked in a basement underneath a swimming pool, since the war erupted, one instructor told VICE World News.


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