Well I think the Sniper pardon the life of that guy!!!
1.1–4 x 20 Short Dot Police Marksman II
A separate turret with 11 click stops controls the illumination function of a precise red dot at the center of the reticle. Fully variable illumination levels range from barely visible, for use with night vision equipment, to full bright for quick, accurate shots in bright, harsh daylight. With illumination switched off, the Short Dot functions as a standard scope with nonilluminated crosshairs. This is the first time that all possible applications of different illuminated reticle technologies have been combined into one riflescope, giving the Short Dot “any light, any time” versatility and reliability in any circumstance the shooter may encounter. Four bullet drop compensators are supplied for 5.56 mm cartridges, including the 62 gr. Green Tip, 75 gr. Hornady TAP, and the SR25 with M118R16 and M118 LR20 loads. Turrets are non-locking.
At lower magnification levels, the Short Dot can be sighted with both eyes open. The full magnification range can be covered in a single 180-degree turn. Available with special CQB and No. 7 reticles. Specifications
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Hi. Amazing pictures here mate`s.
I`ve seen som pictures of the old norwegian military weapon they called G3.
Im sorry lads, but that is incorrect.
The norwegian weapon is called AG3= Automatic Gevær/gun(rifle)-3.
reason is that it`s a costume made weapon from Kongsberg weaponfactury to addapt for the norwegian military.
The differences is the stock, and norway has modified it to bee more flexible and more adapted in various conflict areas. (From when it came, and to nowadays)
sorry mates that I am a perfectionist queer fish ... he he he
very good lads, came with more pictures from outside the field and during exercises.
yeah, nice story about the AG3, didn't actually know that
do you have the story of NM149?
Sniper Rifle 7.62 mm x 51mm (NATO) NM149 is a rifle with repeat mechanism with three rattling recoil and magazine for 5 rounds.
The weapon is built around a Mauser lock box M-98 and is equipped with adjustable fine-extraction. NM149 is used by the Norwegian military sharpshooters. The sniper rifle was introduced to norway in 1988.
And våpensmia(weaponsmithy) is the norwegian weaponcompany who has adapted the NM149 sniper rifle for the norwegian armed forces.
And the optics of NM149 followed with, sucks, as I heard!!!
Something like that mate?
And by the way, the background on both the NM149 and the AG3 is explained much better on wikipedia if people should be interested.
I see mate, but what I meant to say is that the optics will be issued with NM149, is replaced with a different lens (which I do not know what brand it is) by sharpshooters, due to the accompanying optics are not good enough for those who bet , anything, for that''perfect shot.'' but it's okay for the first time use for the beginning of the sniper course.
But everyone's different, thank goodness.
And some of what I wrote about the NM149 and AG3 is taken from wikipedia, but I've written it so that it is a bit easier to understand and a little less history and a little bit about what I know about, but it is up to the other if they are interested in more specific facts about these weapons, it is just to dig deeper ... he he he
I personally prefer the British or Canadian bolt action rifle, can not remember what it was called...!!!
Last edited by ghost-sniper; 07-10-2010 at 09:24 AM.