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Rifles de Precisión

Mensaje  \\'olF el Mar 29 Jun 2010, 11:10 pm

Rifles de Gran Calibre


Alemania:

DSR 50
Spoiler:

DSR-Precision DSR 50 sniper rifle with blast compensator installed


Caliber(s): 12.7x99mm / .50 BMG
Operation: bolt action
Barrel: 800 mm
Weight: 10.300 gr empty / scope with mount app 1.400 gr / magazine 470 gr / bipod 680 gr / Blast compensator 1.680 gr
Length: 1350 mm (with blast compensator) 7 1230 mm (w/o blast compensator)
recoil damping system: integrated hydraulic system in buttstock
blast compensator: combines muzzle brake and effective blast pressure reduction
lock up: 6 locking lugs / locking directly in barrel extension
receiver: high strength aluminium
trigger system: adjustable 2 stage trigger
safety: manual 3-position safety
magazine capacity: 3 +1 in chamber
spare magazine: easy accessible spare magazine in front of trigger guard
scope mount: with preset angle for extended range
mount for night sights: extended picatinny type rail
bipod: integrated suspension bipod system with 3 axis rotation
Feed Mechanism: 3 rounds detachable box magazine


The DSR-Precision DSR 50 sniper rifle is manufactured in Germany by DSR-Precision GmbH. It is a scaled-up version of the DSR-1 smiper rifle made by the same company, but with certain improvements necessary to handle powerful .50 caliber ammunition, which include hydraulic recoil buffer in buttstock and special 'blast compensator' barrel attachment, which serves as a muzzle brake and also reduces flash and sound of the muzzle blast.

The DSR 50 is configured into bull-pup design, with free-floating barrel. The folding bipod is mounted onto upper rails (above the barrel), and the ajustable horisontal front grip is mounted on the lower rails (under the barrel). The rifle features fully ajustable buttsock and cheekpiece. The holder for spare magazine is installed in the front of the triggerguard to decrease reloading time. DSR 50 action features match-grade, fluted barrel that is quickly interchangeable and is fixed into receiver by three screws. The bolt features six radial lugs that lock directly into the barrel. The barrel is protected by ventilated aluminium handguard and is fitted with muzzle brake (wery useful when firing full-power magnum loads). The trigger is two-stage, ajustable.


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Austria:

Steyr IWS 2000
Spoiler:


Steyr AMR 5075 prototype


Caliber(s): 15.2mm Steyr APFSDS
Operation: long recoil, semi-automatic
Barrel: 1200 mm
Weight: 18 kg
Length: 1800 mm
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box mag.


The development of this interesting weapon began in mid-1980s, when Austrian company Steyr-Mannlicher AG decided to develop a long-range anti-materiel rifle (AMR) - a modern equivalent of the WW2-era antitank rifles. Main targets for AMR are light armoured vehicles, helicopters, installations such as radar cabins, missile launchers, fuel tanks etc. To achieve desired effective range of at least 1000 meters, Steyr engineers first decided to use APDS (armour piercing, discarding sabot), or sub-caliber, ammunition. Development started from 12.7mm cartridges, and later Steyr developed a 14.5mm APFSDS (Arnour percing, fin stabilised, discarding sabot) ammunition in 14.5mm caliber and built few prototypes with smooth bores and semi-automatic actions, called Steyr AMR 5075. Further development led to even bigger caliber of 15.2mm fith same ultra-high velocity APFSDS projectiles. This system is called Steyr IWS 2000 (Infantry Weapon System 2000) and currently is probably in Adsvanced Development status or ready for adoption.

IWS 2000 is wery formidable weapon. It fires 20 gramm (308 grains) tungsten dart (fleschette) with muzzle velocity of 1450 meters per second (4750 fps). At 1000 meters this projectile will penetrate a 40 mm of RHA (rollded homogenous steel armour) and will result in serious secondary fragmentation effect behind the armour. That said, it will penetrate two walls of any modern APC at one kilometer range. The trajectory is very flat and does not rise higher than 800 mm above the line of sight when fired to 1000 meters. The cartridge is of somewhat original design, and has plastic case with steel head and base. The projectile is concealed within a plastic sabot.

The rifle itself also is very interesting. Firs, it uses rare long-recoil system, when barrel recoils along with the bolt for significant lenght. At the end of the recoil, bolt unlocks from the barrel by rotating and held back, and barrel returns into forward position, ejecting a spent case. Bolt stays at the rearmost position while barrel moves, and then also moves forward, chambering a new round from the side-mounted magazine and finally locking rigidly to the barrel. This design allows for better recoil disttibution over a longer period of time. Huge muzzle brake also contributes to recoil control, so felt recoil of the IWS 2000 is descibed as a similar to the large-caliber sporting rifle. Five round detachable box magazine is located at the right side of the receiver and inclined down for about 45 degrees. The smooth-bore barrel can be easily detached, so rifle can be carried disassembled into two man-portable packs. Plastics are used where possible to reduce the weight of the gun. IWS 2000 is equipped with bipod and a rear leg under the buttstock. It is also equipped with 10X telescope as a standard.

This is probably the most powerful modern anti-materiel rifle, and while it is not a true "sniper" rifle, it is well worth mentioning. The future of this design is also unclear, sice it requires ammunition of a brand new type.


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Steyr IWS 2000 prototype

Steyr 15.2mm cartridge compared to 7.62mm NATO (.308 Wichester) cartridge

Steyr 15.2mm cartridge schematic

Steyr .50 HS
Spoiler:


Steyr .50HS heavy sniper rifle, with folded bipod


Caliber: .50BMG (12.7x99mm) or .460Steyr
Operation: manually operated rotating bolt action
Barrel: 833 mm (33")
Weight: 12.4 kg
Length: 1370 mm (54")
Feed Mechanism: single shot, no magazine


The Steyr .50 HS is the most recent development of the famous Austrian arms manufacturer, the Steyr Mannlicher Gmbh & Co KG. First displayed at the ShotShow-2004 (February 2004, Las-Vegas, USA), this single shot rifle is primary intended for anti-material applications and counter-sniping. The Steyr .50HS is available in two calibers, the old and venerable .50BMG and the apparently new .460Steyr (on which so far no data were obtained).

The Steyr .50 HS is a single shot rifle, with manually operated, rotating bolt with two large locking lugs at the front. The two-stage trigger is factory set to 4lbs (1.8kg). The buttstock is adjustable for length of pull, the cheekpiece is also adjustable. Heavy barrel is partially fluted and fitted with effective muzzle brake. Steyr .50 HS has no iron sights; the MilStd Picatinny rail is standard. Rifle is not intended to be fired off-hand; it is fitted with integral folding adjustable bipods.


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China:

M99
Spoiler:

M99 anti-materiel / sniper rifle


Caliber(s): 12,7x108 (M99-I) or 12,7x99 / .50BMG (M99-II)
Operation: gas operated semi-automatic
Barrel: mm
Weight: ~12 kg (unloaded, less telescope sight)
Length: 1500 mm
Feed Mechanism: 5-round detachable box magazine


The M99 rifle is offered as anti-materiel / anti-sniper weapon, and is available in two calibers - 12,7x108 (M99-I) and 12,7x99 / .50BMG (M99-II). No firm facts are available on accuracy of this weapon, but it is believed that it shoots about 2 MOA with Chinese standard issue ammunition. This is way below Western "sniping" standards but more or less enough for anti-materiel work or short-range enemy snipers suppression.

Not much information is available on internals of this rifle, although it is believed that it uses gas operated action with tipping bolt locking. Feed is from detachable box magazines holding five rounds of ammunition. Rifle is fitted with adjustable bipod, adjustable rear monopod, and buffered buttstock. Top of receiver is fitted with Picatinny style rail which will accept a variety of sighting equipment on appropriate mounts. Typical sighting set-up includes either a 10X fixed power telescope or 4-12X or 7-22X variable power telescope sights.

M99B / M06
Spoiler:

M99B anti-materiel / sniper rifle with daylight telescope sight


Caliber(s): 12,7x108 (M99B-I and M06) or 12,7x99 / .50BMG (M99B-II)
Operation: gas operated semi-automatic
Barrel: mm
Weight: ~12 kg (unloaded, less telescope sight)
Length: 1250 mm (M99B) or 1360 mm (M06)
Feed Mechanism: 5-round detachable drum magazine


This rifle first appeared in Chinese press as 12,7mm M99B, but it also was recently publicized as M06. It must be noted, however, that in official advertising literature, distributed by Poly Technologies Ltd, an export sales organization of the PLA, this rifle is designated as M99B. It appears that M06 rifle, which is slightly longer than M99B and is listed only with one caliber (12,7x108) is a "domestic use" version for PLA or PAP, while shorter and bi-caliber M99B is an export proposition.
This rifle is offered as anti-materiel / anti-sniper weapon, and is available for export in two calibers - 12,7x108 (M99B-I) and 12,7x99 / .50BMG (M99B-II). No firm facts are available on accuracy of this weapon, but it is believed that it shoots about 2 MOA with Chinese standard issue ammunition (available information suggests R50 accuracy as less than 200mm at 600m). This is way below Western "sniping" standards but more or less enough for anti-materiel work or short-range enemy snipers suppression.

The basic design of this rifle appears to be a bull-pup variation of the M99 rifle. Not much information is available on internals of this rifle, although it is believed that it uses gas operated action with tipping bolt locking. Feed is from detachable drum magazines (which is rather unusual for this class of weapons), holding five rounds of ammunition. Ejection is to the right side. Rifle is fitted with adjustable bipod, adjustable rear monopod, and buffered buttstock. Left side of receiver is fitted with Picatinny style rail which will accept a variety of sighting equipment on appropriate mounts. Typical sighting set-up includes 10X fixed power telescope or 4X electronic night sights.


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M06 anti-materiel / sniper rifle with electronic night sight

AMR-2
Spoiler:

12.7mm AMR-2 anti-materiel / sniper rifle in ready to fire position


Caliber(s): 12.7x108 mm
Operation: bolt action
Barrel: 850 mm / 33.5"
Weight: 11 kg / 24.2 lbs complete with scope and bipod
Length: 1450 mm / 57"
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine


The AMR-2 anti-materiel / sniper rifle was developed by China South Industries Group. Apparently, it is one of several designs that are tested by PLA in search for a modern anti-materiel rifle. It is possible that this rifle will be also offered for export.

The AMR-2 anti-materiel / sniper rifle is manually operated, bolt action rifle with conventional rotary bolt locking. Bolt has dual frontal locking lugs. Free-floating barrel is equipped with the massive muzzle brake. It is normally fitted with side-folding buttstock with adjustable cheekpiece, folding bipod, and a detachable rear monopod under the butt. Feed is from detachable box magazines. Rifle is fitted with iron (open)sights on folding bases, and a Picatinny-type rail is provided for installation of the telescopic or night sights.


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12.7mm AMR-2 anti-materiel / sniper rifle in storage / transportation mode; buttstock and bipod are folded, scope removed

JS 05
Spoiler:

12.7mm JS 05 anti-materiel / sniper rifle, right side


Caliber(s): 12.7x108mm
Operation: bolt action
Barrel: 850 mm / 33.5"
Weight: 12.5 kg / 27.5 lbs
Length: 1392 mm / 54.8"
Feed Mechanism: 3 rounds detachable box magazine


The 12.7mm JS 05 anti-materiel / sniper rifle was developed in China by Jianshe Group. Apparently, it is one of several designs that are tested by PLA in search for a modern anti-materiel rifle. It is possible that this rifle will be also offered for export.

The 12.7mm JS 05 anti-materiel / sniper rifle is manually operated, bolt action rifle with conventional rotary bolt locking. Bolt has dual frontal locking lugs. Barrel is equipped with the massive muzzle brake and is allowed to recoil inside the tubular receiver against the hydraulic recoil buffer, to relieve the operator from high recoil stresses. Rifle fitted with fixed buttstock, folding bipod, carrying handle and a detachable rear monopod under the butt. Feed is from detachable box magazines which are installed horizontally from the left side, above the pistol grip. Rifle is normally not fitted with iron (open) sights; a Picatinny-type rail is provided for installation of the telescopic or night sights.


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12.7mm JS 05 anti-materiel / sniper rifle, left side



Croacia:

RT-20
Spoiler:

RT-20 antimateriel rifle. Note the reactive counter-recoil tube above the barrel.


Caliber: 20x110mm Hispano
Operation: manual operated, bolt action
Barrel: 920 mm
Weight: 19.2 kg with scope and bipod
Length: 1330 mm
Feed Mechanism: single shot, manual loading
Maximum effective range: about 1800 meters


The RT-20 was developed in the Croatia in the mid-1990s as a pure anti-materiel and anti-armor rifle. The RT-20 name means "Rucni Top, 20mm", that is "Hand Canon, 20mm". It is one of the most powerful anti-materiel rifles fielded by any army in the world today - the only others design roughly comparable to this monster in the terms of the caliber and effectiveness are the South-African NTW-20 rifle and the Finnish Helenius APH-20 (will be posted at this site later). The RT-20 had been successfully deployed during the war in the former Yugoslavia in the second half of the 1990s. It is manufacture by the Croatian company RH-Alan and is officially adopted by Croatian army.

The RT-20 is built around the very powerful 20mm ammunition, originally developed for Hispano Suiza HS404 anti-aircraft round of WW2 vintage. This ammunition is still used in anti-aircraft guns in some countries for AA guns and generally available in HE (explosive) and AP (anti-armor) loadings, both suitable for anti-material roles. The AP loading also can be successfully used against infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers. The 20x110mm round fires the 130 gram (2000 grains) projectile at muzzle velocities about 850 meters per second. This results in high terminal effectiveness but also imposes a serious problem of excessive recoil forces. The 20mm Hispano round generates about 4 times more recoil when fired from 20 kg rifle, compared to .50BMG (12.7x99mm) round, fired from 10kg rifle (such as Barrett M95). To make the recoil more or less bearable by the average shooter, the Croatian designers developed a quite interesting counter-recoil system, that uses a reactive principle. The system consist of the large reactive tube, located above the barrel. The forward end of this tube is connected to the barrel at about its middle point. The rear part of the tube forms the reactive nozzle. When gun is fired, some hot powder gases are fed from the barrel to the reactive tube and back, forming a back-blast with reactive force that cats again the recoil forces. The large muzzle brake further helps to decrease the recoil. This reactive system, once popular in large caliber (about 80 - 100 mm and bigger) recoilless rifles, almost never had been used in such relatively small weapons. This system, while effective in counter-recoil, has some disadvantages, First, it requires some special firing techniques for shooter to avoid damage from backblast. Second, due to the same reason, it hardly can be fired in confined spaces like the small building rooms, and the RT-20 cannot be fired with structures, such as walls, in close proximity to the rear.. Third, the backblast can create additional spots for enemy, giving away the position of the rifle.

The rest of the system is relatively simple. The rotating bolt locks the barrel by three massive lugs. RT-20 is a single-shot rifle and thus have no magazine. The shoulder rest and the pistol handle with trigger are located under the barrel, so rifle is obviously a bullpup. The RT-20 has no open sights, instead it had an telescope optical sight, mounted on the barrel and offset to the left.


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RT-20 in firing position. Anyone can wonder if the backblast from the reactive counter-recoil tube (above the barrel) won't tear off the shooters' backpack at the moment of fire...

cartridge size comparision: .50 BMG (top) and the 20x110mm Hispano (below)



Francia:

PGM UR Hecate II
Spoiler:

Ultima Ratio 'Hecate II' rifle


Caliber(s): .50BMG (12.7x99 mm)
Operation: bolt action
Barrel lenght: 700 mm
Weight: 13.8 kg
Length: 1380 mm
Feed Mechanism: 7 rounds detachable box mag.


Ultima Ratio rifles are made by PGM Precision company in France. Hecate II is the largest of the whole UR family rifles.

Hecate II rifle utilise 'metallic skeleton' design similar to other UR rifles (scaled up, of cause) with solid machined receiver and free floating precision made fluted barrel, fitted with huge muzzle brake/compensator. Bolt locks into receiver with three forward-located lugs, and has overpressure vents to secure the shooter from powder gases in the case of the cartridge case rupture.

Hecate II rifles feature ajustable stock, with folding bipod and retractable rear leg.


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Gran Bretaña:

AI Arctic Warfare .50
Spoiler:

Accuracy International AW-50


Caliber: 12.7x99mm (.50BMG)
Operation: Bolt Action
Barrel: 686 mm
Weight: 15 kg loaded w. bipod
Length: 1420 mm
Feed Mechanism: 5 round box mag.


AW50 features include a built-in anti-recoil system, an adjustable third supporting leg to help with precise aiming, a folding stock for slightly compacted carry and an overall weight (excluding ammunition) of 15 Kg.
Sights are mounted on Picatinny-weaver rail and typically are 10X fixed power or 3-12X or 4-16X variable.


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AI AS50
Spoiler:

Accuracy International AS50 sniper rifle


Caliber: 12.7x99mm / .50BMG
Operation: gas operated, semiautomatic
Barrel: 692 mm
Weight: 14.1 kg empty
Length: 1369 mm
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine


The AS50 fifty caliber (12.7mm) sniper / antimateriel rifle is the latest development of the famous British company Accuracy International Ltd. First displayed in January 2005 in USA at the ShotShow-2005, this rifle reportedly has been developed especially for US SOCOM users, and is now being tested by the US NAVY Special Operations center. The AS50 is to provide combat operators with highly accurate and rapid aimed fire at extended ranges. To achieve such goal, the AS50 is built around gas operated, semiautomatic action, with "single rear locking" (most probably, this mean a tilting bolt). The two-part receiver is machined from high grade steel, the barrel is free-floated and fitted with effective muzzle brake. Easily detachable buttstock is fitted with recoil-reducing buttpad, as well as with folding rear grip, which also serves as a rear support leg. The folding quick-detachable bipod with adjustable legs is fitted as a standard. Top of the receiver is equipped with full length Picatinny type rail which can accept any compatible scope mount; two additional rails are mounted on either side of the short handguard / barrel jacket. Rifle is fitted with four sling mounts, and can be brought down to basic sub-assemblies within three minutes for maintenance or compact transportation or storage. Rifle is fed using single stack detachable box magazines, which holt five rounds of ammunition.


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Serie Armas del Futuro - Fusil AS50 parte(1/2)

Serie Armas del Futuro - Fusil AS50 parte(2/2)


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RPA Rangemaster .50
Spoiler:

RPA "Rangemaster" .50 caliber sniper rifle


Caliber: .50 BMG / 12.7x99
Operation: manually operated bolt action
Barrel: 812 mm (32")
Length: (ready / folded) 1520 / 1230 mm (60" / 48")
Weight: w. bipod and scope 16.9 kg (37.3 lbs)
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine


British rifle-making company RPA Precision Ltd (now RPA International Ltd) originally built indigenous target rifles, and entered "tactical rifle" market in 2001 with new 7.62mm "Rangemaster" sniper rifle, based on proprietary RPA Quadlock® action, used in their match rifles. The 7.62mm "Rangemaster" rifle was soon supplemented with long range anti-prsonnel .338 Lapua version in 2004, and long range / anti-materiel .50 caliber version in 2005. According to the manufacturer, RPA "Rangemaster" rifles are in active use with a significant number of police and security organizations across the world. With proper ammunition, all RPA "Rangemaster" rifles are capable of constant sub-MOA accuracy.

RPA "Rangemaster" sniper rifles are built around proprietary Quadlock® action, which features manually operated rotary bolt with four frontal radial lugs. Barrels are fluted for better heat dissdipation, and threaded to accept a muzzle brake or silencer. Triggers are of two-stage type, fully adjustable, with ambidextrous manual safety conveniently located just above the trigger. Rifles are fed using detachable box magazines holding five rounds. Stock is of composite (aluminum + polymer) design, with side-folding butt which is adjustable for lerngth of pull. Unusual features of the RPA stock design are bolt channel, which also serves as the stock comb / cheek rest, and the fact that in emerghency situations rifle can be fired with butt folded. RPA "Rangemaster" sniper rifles are sold without any iron sights, and equipped with standard Picatinny rail on the receiver which can accept a wide variety of day or night sighting equipment. Two additional lengths of Picatinny rail are installed on the forend. Other acessories include folding adjustable bipod and adjustable monopod, built into the buttstock.


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Polonia:

WKW "Wilk" / "Tor"
Spoiler:

WKW Wilk / Tor large caliber sniper / antimaterial rifle


Caliber(s): .50 BMG / 12.7x99mm
Operation: manually operated rotary bolt action
Barrel: 880 mm
Weight: 16.1 kg
Length: 1350 mm
Feed Mechanism: 7 rounds detachable box magazine


The WKW "Wilk" / "Tor" is a modern anti-materiel / sniper rifle, produced in Poland by factory Zakłady Mechaniczne TARNÓW S.A.. WKW "Wilk" stands for Wielkokalibrowy Karabin Wyborowy "Wilk", that is, large caliber sniper rifle "Wolf" in Polish language. Its military designation in Polish army is "Tor". This rifle was developed in 2000-2004 timeframe, and first selected units in Polish army apparently received "Wilk" / "Tor" rifles in around 2005.

The WKW "Wilk" / "Tor" anti-materiel / sniper rifle is manually operated rotary bolt action weapon of bullpup layout. It is fed from detachable box magazines, and is fitted with folding adjustable bipod and adjustable rear monopod. Standard sighting equipment is a Schmidt & Bender X3−12 P/MII telescope sight, installed on Picatinny rail above the receiver.


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República Checa:

Falcon
Spoiler:

Falcon


OP 96 / OP 99
Caliber(s): .50BMG (12.7x99mm) / 12.7x108 mm
Operation: bolt action / bolt action
Barrel Lenght: 927 mm / 839 mm
Weight: 13.4 kg / 12.9 kg
Length: 1380 mm / 1260 mm
Feed Mechanism: 2 rounds built-in / 2 rounds built-in


The Falcon rifle is manufactured by ZVI in Czech Respublic. The rifle is manufactured in two variants - OP 96 for NATO-standart .50BMG cartridge, and OP 99 for ex-Esatern block standart Russian 12.7x108mm cartridge.

Falcon is made in bull-pup configuration. It has mauser-type, three lugs bolt. Built-in 2 round magazine may be blocked by special cover to convert rifle to single-shot mode. Falcon has mounts for various telescopic sights, as well as back-up iron sights. To reduce felt recoil, Falcon is equipped with muzzle brake and spring-powered recoil pad in buttstock.


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Rusia:

SVN-98
Spoiler:

SVN-98 (expiremental model)


Caliber: 12.7 x 108mm
Operation: Bolt Action
Overall Length: 135 cm
Barrel Length: 100 cm
Feed Device: 5 Round Detachable Box Magazine
Sights: Telescopic
Weight: 11 kg

KSVK 12.7
Spoiler:

KSVK 12.7 mm


Caliber(s): 12.7x108 mm (.50 Russian)
Operation: manually operated, bolt action rifle
Barrel: 1000 mm
Weight: 12 kg w/o scope
Length: 1400 mm
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box mag.


the KSVK anti-materiel (or large caliber sniper) rifle was developed in the late 1990s by ZID pland, based in Kovrov, Russia. It is based on the SVN-98 12.7mm experimental rifle. Initially known as ASVK, KSVK is currently used in small numbers by varius Russian Special Operation units in Checnya as a counter-sniper rifle, capable of penetrating a brick or a thick wooden walls and disabling terrorsists hiding behind it.

KSVK is a bullpup configured, bolt operated, magazine fed rifle. It is equipped with massive muzzle device which acts as an effective muzzle brake and a sound damper. KSVK is equipped with standard Russian side-mounted scope rail, and can be fitted with variety of day and night scopes. Open iron sights are installed for backup or emergency purposes.

The key problem with KSVK, and with any other 12.7mm rifles in Russia is a general unavailability of the "sniper-grade" 12.7 mm ammunition. With general issue, machine gun grade 12.7 mm ammo KSVK groups are averaged at 16 cm at 300 meters, and if a sniper quality 12.7mm ammo will become available, accuracy will increase significantly.

OSV-96
Spoiler:

V-94 semi-automatic 12.7x108 rifle that led to OSV-98


Caliber: 12.7x108mm
Operation: gas operated, rotating bolt
Barrel: 1000 mm
Weight: 12.9 kg less ammunition and telescope sight
Length: 1746 mm (1154mm when folded)
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine


The OSV-96 12.7mm sniper rifle began its life during early 1990s as V-94. Designed and developed at famous KBP (Instrument Design Bureau) in Tula. During following years rifle incorporated several improvements, and was eventually re-designated as OSV-96. It is offered for export and local buyers, and apparently is used in small numbers by MVD troops in Chechnya.

The OSV-96 is a gas operated, rotating bolt semiautomatic rifle. The bolt locks directly to the barrel extension, so it is possible to made a hinge between the barrel and receiver. When not in use, the OSV-96 could be "folded" around this hinge to save the space, since the rifle is quite long. This feature also allows for quick transformation from folded into battle-ready position. To 'fold up' the rifle user must lock the bolt back by cocking it and engaging the bolt ctach, then release large barrel lock on the left side of the receiver. The long barrel is free-floated, and fitted with long combination muzzle brake - flash hider. The integral folding bipods are mounted on the special console, attached to the base of the barrel, next to the hinge point. The polymer buttstock is fitted with rubber recoil pad. OSV-96 is usually fitted with some sort of telescope or night vision sight, but also carries a set of back-up iron sights.

The exact accuracy data of the OSV-96 is not yet published, but, apparently, it is enough for intended work as a anti-materiel rifle or mid-range counter-sniper rifle.


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12.7mm OSV-96 rifle in ready position

12.7mm OSV-96 rifle with barrel folded half-way to the right, exposing barrel breech area and gas tube exit. Note the barel clamp / lock on the receiver above the magazine.

12.7mm OSV-96 rifle in folded position compared to 7.62mm SVD rifle.

VKS / VSSK Vychlop
Spoiler:

12.7mm VKs / VSSK "Vychlop" large caliber silenced sniper rifle, with integral bipod and silencer, left side


Caliber: 12.7x54mm special subsonic
Operation: manually operated, straight pull bolt action
Barrel: n/a
Weight: 5 kg empty, less cope and silencer; 6.5 kg with scope and silencer, less ammunition
Length: 1125 mm with integral silencer
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine.


12.7mm VSSK (Vintovka Snayperskaya Spetsialnaya Krupnokalibernaya - special sniper rifle, large caliber) or VKS (Vintovka Krupnokalibernaya Snayperskaya - sniper rifle, large caliber) "Vychlop" (Exhaust) silenced sniper rifle is one of the most recent creations of famous Russian Instrument Design Bureau (KBP). Developed in around 2002 on special request from Russian FSB (Federal Security Service, successor of Soviet KGB), this rifle was first shown to general public only in late 2005, during arms exhibition INTERPOLITEX 2005 in Moscow. This rifle is said to be in use only by special elements of FSB and MVD, which conduct anti-terror and high importance anti-crime operation. It must be noted that rifle is known under two alternate designations, VKS or VSSK, the former appearing to be more official. The codename "Vychlop" (Exhaust) comes from the development program.

12.7mm "Vychlop" (Exhaust) silenced sniper rifle is developed for special operations that require silent firing and penetration much superior to that provided by 9mm VSS silenced sniper rifle. Typical targets for VKS / VSSK Vychlop rifle are cars, terrorists in heavy body armor or behind covers like car bodies or other thick covers. The core of the VKS / VSSK system is specially developed 12.7mm (.50 caliber) reduced power ammunition that launches bullets at subsonic muzzle velocities of about 290 meters per second (~950 fps). Case lenght of the STs-130 family is 54mm, overall length of the new 12.7mm round designated STs-130PT is given as 97mm, significantly less that of standard Russian 12.7x108 HMG round (145mm overall length). Standard loading for this round is precision machined solid bronze projectile with pointed nose, weighting around 59 gram (910 grains) or 76 gram (1170 grains) "high penetration" AP bullet. Accuracy is claimed as 1 MOA at 100 meters range with precision bullets, and maximum effective range is given at 600 meters. High penetration bullet can defeat Russian Class 5 (US NIJ Type III / High-Powered Rifle) body armor at 100 meters or 16mm steel plate at 200 meters. The STs-130 cases are based on the .338 Lapua Magnum cases with straight (no neck), slightly tapered body.
It must be noted that the concept of dedicated.50 caliber silenced weapon with special subsonic ammunition is not new. Back in early 1990s noted American ammunition specialist J.D.Jones of SSK Industries developed a specialized 12.7mm round known as .50 Whisper. This round was based on shortened .460 Weatherby Magnum case, loaded with heavy, pointed low-drag bullet. This cartridge is intended for use in specially modified bolt action rifles (like Winchester Model 70 or Sako TRG-S) fitted with silencers. Ballistic properties of the .50 Whisper are very close to that of 12.7 STs-130 ammunition - both claimed to have accuracy of 1 MOA and decent effectiveness out to 600 meters or so. However, it is not known if any of US law enforcement agencies ever used .50 Whisper or similar guns, while VKS / VSSK was developed especially for law enforcement and military special operations use.

VKS / VSSK "Vychlop" sniper rifle is fitted with large integral silencer that can be removed for storage, transportation and maintenance. Rifle itself is built using bullpup layout; it has integral folding bipod, and adjustable shoulder pad and cheek rest. Top of the receiver is fitted with scope rail, and rifle is provided with folding back-up iron sights. VKS / VSSK "Vychlop" sniper rifle utilizes manually operated, straight pull bolt action, with rotary locking bolt head. Detachable box magazine holds five rounds of ammunition.


Fotos:


12.7mm VKs / VSSK "Vychlop" large caliber silenced sniper rifle, with integral bipod and silencer, right side

12.7x54mm special subsonic ammunition for VKS / VSSK "Vychlop" system, L to R: STs-130PT (sniper), STs-130PT2 (sniper with solid bronze bullet), STs-130VPS (high penetration / armor piercing)



Sudáfrica:

Truvelo .50
Spoiler:

Truvelo .50BMG caliber rifle - 5 shots magazine fed version


Caliber(s): 12.7x99 mm - .50 BMG
Operation: bolt action, manually operated
Barrel: 950 mm
Weight: 16 kg
Length: 1510 mm
Feed Mechanism: single shot or 5 rounds detachable box magazine


This "heavy sniper" or "anti-materiel" rifle was developed by the South African company Truvelo Armory in the late 1990s. Like many other large caliber sniper rifles, this one is intended mostly for counter sniper role and anti-materiel work against unarmored vehicles, installations etc. The claimed accuracy with appropriate ammunition is 1 MOA, effective range is about 1500 meters but bullet could be lethal at much bigger ranges.

Truvelo .50 uses a simple metallic "backbone" on which all other parts are mounted. Massive receiver is made of steel, rotating bolt of the Truvelo design has two frontal locking lugs, and one rear locking lug, pluck cocking handle that acts as a second rear locking lug for most solid lock. Heavy, free-floated barrel features a large muzzle brake, which is a must-have item when firing powerful ammunition. Truvelo .50 rifle is available in simple single shot configuration or equipped with large removable box magazine that holds 5 rounds for faster practical fire rate.

Rifle has no conventional stock and is intended to be fired from bipod only. The butt is fitted with recoil pad and is mounted on the aluminium alloy "backbone". Additional vertical grip is located under the adjustable cheek pad for more comfortable hold. Rifle has no open sights as a standard, but is equipped with the universal rail / scope mount at the top of the receiver.


Fotos:


Truvelo .50BMG caliber rifle - single shot version


Mechem NTW-20
Spoiler:

NTW-20 anti-materiel rifle, with 20mm barrel


20 mm version / 14.5 mm version
Caliber: 20 x 83.5 mm MG151 / 14.5 x 114 mm Russian
Operation: manual bolt action
Barrel length: 1000 mm / 1220 mm
Weight: 26 kg / 29 kg
Length: 1795 mm / 2015 mm
Feed Mechanism: detachable box magazine, 3 rounds
Maximum effective range: 1500+ meters / 2300+ meters


This rifle was designed in the early to mid 1990s by South African arms designer Tony Neophytou, who also took its part in designing the Neostead combat shotgun. Initial development was under the Aerotek name, and later the Mechem division of the DENEL Group, a major South African arms manufacturer, purchased all rights for this design. In the 1998 South African National Defense Forces adopted this weapon and began to purchase it in some numbers. It is also offered for export sales. The NTW-20 is a long range anti-materiel rifle, developed to reach out across wide plains of South African landscape and to deliver substantial firepower in a relatively compact, two men portable package. It is available in two versions, 20mm and 14.5mm, and could be easily converted from one variant to another by simple replacement of the barrel, bolt, magazine and scope, which will take about 1 minute in the field conditions. These two versions had slightly different applications: 20mm version, built around WW2-era German MG-151 aircraft gun round, can deliver high explosive, fragmentation or incendiary shells with good accuracy, so a relatively "soft" targets could be disabled by the blast and / or fragments. When the long range and armor penetration is an issue, the 14.5mm version comes into the play. It is built around another WW2-era round, Soviet 14.5mm high velocity, armor-piercing cartridge, developed for PTRD and PTRS anti-tank rifles and still widely used in Russian KPV / KPVT heavy machine guns on armored cars and in anti-aircraft mounts. While probably not so accurate as the specially developed .50BMG (12.7x99mm) rifles, mostly due to unavailability of the "match grade" ammunition in the 14.5mm and 20mm, NTW-20 offers significantly more terminal effectiveness than any .50BMG rifle / round combination. 20 mm version could be most effective against targets like parked aircrafts and helicopters, command and communications equipment, radar cabins, fuel dumps, unarmored cars. 14.5 mm version will be more effective against armored personnel carriers or relatively large "soft" targets at extended ranges. Anti-personnel work is by no means a primary task for this huge rifle.

NTW-20 is a manually operated, rotating bolt action rifle. The barrel is locked by the rotating bolt that has 6 lugs. The barrel along with the receiver could recoil inside the chassis frame against combined hydraulic and pneumatic damping system. Large two-chamber muzzle brake also helps to keep recoil at the acceptable level. NTW-20 is fed from the detachable box magazine, that is inserted from the left side and holds 3 rounds. The rifle could be disassembled and carried in two man-portable packs, each weighting about 12 - 15 kg. One pack carries the frame, stock, butt and bipod while the other carries the barrel, sighting equipment
and magazines. NTW-20 is equipped with a 8X magnification, long eye relief telescopic sight on the quick detachable mount. No open sight are fitted by default. The folding bipod is mounted under the receiver, and a non-folding frame above the receiver serves as a carrying handle and a scope protection bracket.


Videos:


Documental sobre el NTW-20




Fotos:


NTW-20 with 14.5mm barrel

NTW-20 disassembled into major components






Suiza:

OM 50 Nemesis
Spoiler:

AMSD OM 50 Nemesis rifle, prototype


OM 50 Nemesis Mk I / OM 50 Nemesis Mk II / OM 50 Nemesis Mk III
Caliber: .50 BMG (12,7x99)
Operation: bolt action, single shot / bolt action, magazine-fed repeater
Overall length: from 1029 mm (with 381mm barrel) to 1562 mm (with 838mm barrel) / buttstock fully extended: from 1029 mm (with 381mm barrel) to 1562 mm (with 838mm barrel)
buttstock folded: from 774 mm (with 381mm barrel) to 1232 mm (with 838mm barrel)
Barrel length: 381 to 838 mm (15" to 33"), changeable
Weight: empty 10 to 15 kg, depending on installed barrel
Feed system: single shot / 5-round detachable box magazine


The concept, for what later became the "Nemesis" large caliber sniper rifle, was devised in 2001 by two former military, the retired US Marine Corps officer, James Owens and the Swiss Chris Movigliatti. First prototype was tested only 3 months after the design inception. In 2003, first production batch of rifles was made by AMSD, a Swiss company, highly specialized in the design of precision military light armament. The new weapon was officially christened as the OM 50 Nemesis (OM standing for names of the designers, 50 for caliber and Nemesis for the ancient Greek goddess of justice and vengeance).
The prime niche for this new weapon is precision anti-material shooting for military and police applications. The weapon can be configured as well for urban warfare as for long range target operations. A civilian version exists also for long range precision shooting. For this reason, the OM 50 Nemesis rifle features a fully modular design with three basic versions, known as Mk I, MK II and Mk III respectively. Each of these versions can be fitted with a variety of quick-change barrels, of different profiles and lengths, as well as with different add-ons (high efficiency muzzle brakes or detachable silencers / sound moderators). Barrel lengths vary from 381 mm / 15 inches for short range (urban) shooting against hardened targets and up to 838 mm / 33 inches for accurate long-range shooting. Barrel change can be accomplished in the field in less than 2 minutes, using a DIN screwdriver.

All OM 50 Nemesis rifles are built around the same aviation grade aluminum-alloy receiver and (steel) bolt group with a manually operated, rotary bolt. Bolt heads lock directly into the barrel extension with three radial lugs, relieving receiver from most of the stress and providing constant headspace, needing no adjustment. Barrels are free-floated, and are held in the receiver by a set of cross-screws. Trigger is of two-stage type, fully adjustable. The forend is attached to the receiver. Top of receiver is provided with one or more Picatinny type rails which can accept a variety of telescope and other accessories (laser; Night Sight; light). The top rail can be delivered with a 20 MOA to 40 MOA angle.
The OM 50 Nemesis Mk I has a manual feeding block, and features an adjustable fixed buttstock. It can be upgraded to the OM 50 Mk II configuration by taking out the manual feeding block and replacing/adding (1) the 5-round detachable box magazine, (2) the side-folding adjustable buttstock, (3) the folding bipod (attached to forend) and (4) the rear folding monopod (attached to the buttstock). Further upgrade, which includes extended forend with additional Picatinny rails, constitutes the OM 50 Mk III configuration. Depending on the mission, a particular version of the OM 50 Nemesis can be easily converted by the operator to another (up and down), with installation or deinstallation of necessary parts and modules.

Accuracy of the OM 50 rifles in field (real-life) conditions is described as 0,5 MOA at 300 meters and sub 1 MOA at 1000 meters; in testing, while fired by an experienced USMC sniper, OM 50 rifle shot 6x5 cm (about 2 1/2 inch) groups at 1000 yards (911 meters), which accounts for sub 0,25 MOA accuracy. The gun has already been commissioned with various police and military special operation forces.


Videos:



Test realizado sobre motor de vehiculo en marcha


Fotos:


OM 50 Nemesis Mk III rifle (production version) with replacement barrels and silencer (shown next to the rifle)


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Re: Rifles de Precisión

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CheyTac Intervention
Spoiler:

CheyTac Long Range Rifle System - Intervention sniper rifle


Caliber: .408 CheyTac
Operation: manually operated rotating bolt action
Barrel: 762 mm (30")
Weight: 12.3 kg
Length: 1400 mm (stock retracted), 1220 mm (stock collapsed)
Feed Mechanism: 7 rounds detachable box magazine


The entire idea behind the CheyTac LRRS (Long Range Rifle System) is to provide long range soft target interdiction (read: anti-personnel sniper) rifle package, with maximum effective range, but relatively compact and light. To achieve this goal, the professor John D. Taylor designed the .408 CheyTac cartridge. Being mid-way in size between the mighty .50BMG and already established long-range favorite .338Lapua, the .408 features a streamlined bullet with advanced patented design. This design allows the standard 419 grain (27.15 gram) bullet to retain its supersonic velocity at the ranges beyond 2000 meters (2200 yards). At the ranges beyond 700 meters the .408 bullet has more energy than the standard .50BMG ball bullet. The .408 cartridge also is lighter than .50BMG cartridge by about 1/3, and generates less recoil.

The original CheyTac Intervention M100 rifle is based on the Windrunner .50 caliber takedown rifle from EDM Arms. Current Intervention M200 sniper rifles still are based on Windrunner design, but with several modifications. The Long Range Rifle System also includes CheyTac tactical computer (commercial PDA with CheyTac ballistic software), Nightforce NXS 5.5-22X scope, and Kestrel 4000 wind/temperature/atmospheric pressure sensors, linked to the PDA. The Tactical Computer with sensors and internal ballistic database provides all necessary data for long range fire. CheyTac papers state that the entire System is capable to deliver sub-MOA accuracy at the ranges of up to 2500 yards (2270 meters).

The Intervention M200 is a manually operated, rotating bolt rifle. The retractable buttstock allows for adjustment of the length of pull, and can be fully collapsed for storage and transportation. The barrel can be quickly removed for replacement, or storage and transportation. The butt contains integral real monopod, which is hinged, and can be folded up when not in use. The heavy, fluted barrel is free floated, and its rear part is enclosed by tubular shroud, which serves as a mount for integral folding bipod and carrying handle. Barrel is provided with effective muzzle brake, which can be replaced with OPSINC suppressor (silencer). M200 rifle is fed using detachable single stack magazines, which hold 5 rounds. Top of receiver is fitted with permanent MilStd Picatinny rail. Standard scope is Nightforce NXS 5.5-22X, which can be upgraded with AN/PVS-14 Night Vision module and AN/PEQ-2 IR laser. No iron sights are provided with M200 rifle.

CheyTac Associates also offers a less expensive, non-takedown single shot rifle in .408 caliber, the Intervention M310. This bolt action rifle with adjustable polymer stock is suitable for long range sport shooting, as well as for police long range snipers.


El CheyTac .408
El CheyTac .408 es sinónimo de potencia, efectividad y precisión a largas distancias. Diseñado a caballo entre los siglos XX y XXI, este fusil de estética militar es capaz de alcanzar objetivos a más de 2 kilómetros de distancia. Su popularidad se acrecentó tras su paso por la película estadounidense “The Shooter”. Ahora, todas estas características le han convertido en una de las armas modernas más deseadas por los tiradores de elite.
Long Range Rifle System (LRRS) un dispositivo táctico que incluye una calculadora con un software balístico, un visor Nightforce NXS de 5,5-22x aumentos, y un sistema de sensores denominado Kestrel 4000 que mide el viento, la temperatura y la presión atmosférica. De esta forma, el LRRS ofrece al tirador todos los datos computarizados necesarios para poder disparar con gran precisión a larga distancia.
El Cheyenne Tactical, má conocido por la abreviatura CheyTac, representa una de la innovaciones más destacada de los últimos años en el secto de los rifles sniper. Su papel protagonista en la película esta dounidense “The Shooter” le ha granjeado una enorme popularidad entre los amante de los fusiles de largo alcance. El modelo que aparece en e film protagonizado por Mark Wahlberg es el Intervention M 200, un arma militar de gran precisión capaz de alcanzar un objetivo a más de 2 kilómetro de distancia. Esta cifra, unida a su agresiva apariencia y a lo revolucionaria de su munición han convertido al CheyTac .408 en un arma a seguir muy de cerca en estos inicios del siglo XXI.
Y eso que su nacimiento se remonta a los últimos años del siglo XX, concretamente a 1998. Por aquel entonces, los estadounidenses John D. Taylor y William O. Wordman unieron su talento y su experiencia en temas balísticos para desarrollar un cartucho tan veloz como potente. Surgía así el primer esbozo de lo que posteriormente se convertiría en una de las municiones más eficaces para disparos a larga distancia: el .408 CheyTac. En realidad, el .408 CheyTac no es más que una modificación del .505 Gibbs, un antiguo cartucho de origen británico diseñado para la caza africana. A diferencia del .505 Gibbs, el .408 CheyTac posee una vaina más agotellada (de 55,8mm) y un proyectil más “afilado”. Precisamente, esta es una de las principales características del cartucho diseñado por Taylor y Wordman, su bala de punta ojival que le diferencia de los proyectiles empleados en sus dos grandes competidores: el .338 Lapua y el .50BMG.
Gracias a su diseño “afilado”, el .408 CheyTac es capaz de alcanzar una velocidad ultrasónica, e incluso ser uno de los cartuchos sniper más veloces y con más energía del mercado. Tanto es así, que a partir de 700 metros, el .408 CheyTac posee más energía que el proyectil estándar del .50BMG. Siguiendo la comparación con el potentísimo 12,70x99mm, el .408 también resulta más ligero y con un retroceso más controlable que el de su hermano mayor. Estas ventajas hacen que el cartucho del CheyTac M-200 esté considerado como el calibre máximo para un uso anti-persona (el .50BMG se considera más bien un calibre anti-material).
El cartucho desarrollado específicamente para francotiradores está equipado con un bala maciza de cobre y níkel de cuya producción se ha encargado la compañía Lost River High Energy Technologies. Esta munición para snipers se encuentra a medio camino entre el popular y ampliamente extendido .338 Lapua, y el potentísimo .50BMG. De esta forma, el .408 CheyTac se presenta como una alternativa intermedia entre ambos calibres, con unas propiedades balísticas en muchos casos superiores a las de sus competidores.

El rifle de "The Shooter"
Como hemos comentado anteriormente, la popularidad del fusil CheyTac se ha disparado en los últimos tiempos gracias a su aparición en la película “The Shooter”. En este film estadounidense los espectadores pueden contemplar el Modelo 200 Intervention, un arma militar diseñada para tiradores de elite. Aunque poco a poco el M-200 va aumentando su presencia entre los snipers estadounidenses, la presencia de este fusil en el resto de fuerzas armadas del planeta es todavía minúscula. De hecho, aparte de los norteamericanos sólo las fuerzas especiales y la infantería de Turquía está equipada oficial- mente con el CheyTac M-200 Intervention en calibre .408. Al igual que su antecesor, el CheyTac M-100, el M-200 está basado en el fusil takedown Windrunner calibre .50,un arma desarrollada por EDM Arms. En este sentido, el Windrunner se desmonta fácilmente y puede guardarse en una maleta de reducidas dimensiones que facilita posterior su transporte.


Cheytac Intervention
El CheyTac Intervention es un fusil de francotirador de cerrojo estadounidense fabricado por CheyTac para interdicción de objetivos a larga distancia. Es alimentado por un cargador extraíble de 7 cartuchos. Dispara munición CheyTac .408 o .375 CheyTac. Documentos de CheyTac dicen que el arma es capaz de ofrecer una precisión sub-MOA en distancias de hasta 2300 metros (2500 yardas), uno de los más largos alcances de todos los modernos fusiles de francotirador hoy en día. Se basa en el fusil EDM Arms Windrunner y existen los modelos M82, M-200, M-200 CIV, M-310 SS y M-310 R

Freno de boca y silenciador
El ligero retroceso del .408 CheyTac se atribuye al freno de boca McArthur PGRS-1 que fue diseñado por el inventor de armas de fuego, Bruce McArthur, propietario de The Flint & Frizzen Gun Shop en Clarkston, Michigan. McArthur lo diseñó para quitar los gases del proyectil antes de que saliera del freno de boca.
El silenciador del freno de boca del CheyTac, fabricado por la OPS INC, es un silenciador de acero inoxidable. Al ser construido con piezas no reemplazables de acero inoxidable, le garantiza una vida útil igual o superior a la del fusil. Cuando está totalmente lleno de agua, el silenciador puede drenarse en 6 segundos, lo que permite la utilización al salir del agua.

Sistemas de miras ópticas diurnas/nocturnas
Hay dos tipos diferentes de miras ópticas disponibles. La principal es la mira telescópica NXS Nightforce 5.5-22x56 de ampliación variable con un objetivo de 56 mm. La mira telescópica alternativa es la US Optics SN-9. El sistema de visión nocturna es el monocular AN/PVS-14 AN/PVS-14 GEN III Pinnacle. El PVS-14 se une a la mira diurna utilizando el dispositivo Monoloc. Un láser infrarrojo AN/PEQ-2 se utiliza para el apoyo del sistema con la mira de visión nocturna en condiciones donde no hay suficiente iluminación ambiental o el láser IR es necesario para la iluminación adicional de objetivos. El dispositivo está conectado a un puntal de titanio.

Estación meteorológica
El conjunto de sensores meteorológicos y ambientales KESTREL 4000 se utiliza para medir el viento, la temperatura del aire y la presión de aire. También recoge la humedad relativa, viento frío, y punto de rocío. Todos estos datos se introducen directamente en el equipo de cómputo táctico, de modo que no es necesaria la introducción manual.

Telémetro
Se utiliza un telémetro láser Vector IV mil spec para establecer datos sobre distancias. Los telémetros láser de alta tecnología pueden medir distancias con gran precisión a más de 2000 metros (2200 yardas).

Precisión
CheyTac afirma en su Nota informativa del 13 de noviembre de 2006 que "el CheyTac LRRS es una sólido sistema antipersonal a 1830 metros (2000 yardas). El propósito principal del .408 es ser un sistema antipersonal de extrema distancia.

Record
En el episodio "Massive Attack" del programa de televisión Armas del futuro, el anfitrión Richard Machowicz, un ex SEAL del grupo de operaciones especiales de la Armada de los Estados Unidos, hizo 3 de 6 tiros contra una lámina de metal a una distancia de 2313 metros (2530 yardas) en Arco Pass, Idaho


Videos:


Serie Armas del Futuro / parte 1 de 2

Serie Armas del Futuro / parte 2 de 2

Documental Canal Historia sobre el Cheytac Intervention



Fotos:


CheyTac Intervention .408 caliber M100 sniper rifle

CheyTac LRRS, including Intervention M200 rifle with scope, .408 CheyTac ammunition, and tactical ballistic computer.

Close-up view on the receiver and controls of the CheyTac Intervention M200 rifle. Note large carrying handle under the barrel sleeve, and the scope fitted with IR night vision module and IR laser.

CheyTac Intervention M200 rifle in the carrying case.

CheyTac Intervention M310 single shot Target / Law Enforcement rifle.

.408 CheyTac cartridge (middle) compared to .50BMG (left) and .338Lapua (right).








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