Found 7 search results for keyword: sniper

Jan 09

Photographic review of a modified SVD sniper rifle

PROS: Unique styling Very accurate CONS: The entire mechanism needs to be fine tuned Very heavy The spring is not easy to pull These photos show the architecture of a modified SVD sniper rifle (springer):      

Jan 26

2014 Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series Introduction to M4 AEG with M4 Sniper Rifle Upgrade

2014 Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series Introduction to M4 AEG with M4 Sniper Rifle Upgrade Learn the mainstream V2 based M4 architecture. This edition also covers single-shot-only modification and the new APS Hybrid/Silver Edge gearbox. Order link: https://www.createspace.com/4639535    

May 01

2013 – Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series Introduction to M4 AEG with M4 Sniper Rifle Upgrade

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May 01

2014 updated – Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series: Understanding SVD Sniper Rifle CO2 Upgrade

The Dragunov sniper rifle was a squad support weapon designed to provide long-range engagement ability. It was invented in the Sovient Union, with licensed production eventually established in China and Iran. Technically it is a semi-automatic rifle that has a short-stroke gas-piston system, a relatively thin barrel profile ended with a slotted flash suppressor, a …

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May 01

2014 updated – Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series 2012: Introduction to M4 & SR25 AEG

Learn the mainstream V2 based M4/SR25 architecture  SR shorts for Stoner Rifle. The SR-25 is a semi-automatic sniper rifle manufactured by Knight’s Armament. It implements a rotating bolt and direct impingement gas system, with many parts interchangeable with the M16. The barrel is free-floating, while the handguards are directly attached to the front of the …

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Books

You may search for our books by typing in the Year of publication , or by keywords in the titles. Throughout the site we categorize our books based on their year of publication and also by their nature (AEG, Gas, Tactics…etc). Only printed books are listed. Retired publications (those published before 2010) are not listed.   Major categories …

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