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Wonder when someone finaly decides to equip at least VDV and likes with red dots or other optics , seriously these days with irons .............

 

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On 8/5/2020 at 2:49 PM, mr.T said:

Wonder when someone finaly decides to equip at least VDV and likes with red dots or other optics , seriously these days with irons.

 

They have a lot of old optics lying about in different kind of military storage, but you need to train the whole lot first by using those optics, but if you don't get them for training why bother at all.

But most importantly try getting those optics from storage personnel first, that's without considering the special format batteries that you will need. First part very hard, second part close to impossible.

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   A video of a new Chinese high-precision sniper rifle has been posted, reportedly chambered for 8.6mm. and developed by the Chinese company Jianshe Group for the PLA special forces and the People's Armed Militia of China.

 

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