DC NEEDS A NEW SNIPER RIFLE Completely -1 reply

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Cpt. Someguy

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#1 15 years ago

I think that the DC sniper rifles arent living up to their potentials in real life, because they arent one of the nice looking ones. How about this one:

BARRETT M-82A1 EXPLODED VIEW 82A1cart.jpg

BARRETT M-82A1 'PUT TOGETHER VIEW'(?) model82A1.jpg

Specifications Caliber 50cal BMG (12.7 X 99mm) Chamber Chambered for commercial and MATCH ammunition Operation Semi-Automatic - Short Recoil Cycle Barrel Length 29 inches (73.67 cm) Rifling Twist 1 turn in 15 inches (38.1 cm) Rifle Weight 28.5 pounds (12.9kg) Overall Length 57 inches (144.78 cm) Disassembled Length 38 inches (96.52 cm) 16x Zoom Vehicle Mount and Boat Mount Capable(stick it on some cars, eh?)

I think this would give the DC Sniper class something to do, instead of spotting, missing shots and long reloads(to me anyways for an M24 sniper rifle(current DC rifle)

PLEASE DC TEAM REPLACE YOUR OLD SNIPER RIFLE(outdated anyways) PLZ PLZ PLZ!!!




DC2002

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#2 15 years ago

try contacting them anyways i dont really care about the skin, i like the way it snipes all the time :)




Blehh

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#3 15 years ago

Nah, I think the M25 fits best. Because the Barret is a .50 cal and it'd be more powerful than the Tabuk. it's like giving the US a Colt Peacemaker and givin' the Iraqis a .38 Revolver. Just doesn't fit...




WDS

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#4 15 years ago

The M-82A1 is way too big for a common sniper rifle




VonMeyer

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#5 15 years ago

See how big those bullets are? There not meant for shooting someone in the head. The 50.cal barret is used for taking out tanks at 3,000 to 7,000 meters. Its power can take out an engine block completely. There mainly used by the us military when on the frontline. Hell if you shoot someone in the chest or head using that gun well if you remember resident evil for the ps the zombie crawling aruond with only half there body attached. Thats what it would do to human flesh. And i doubt dc would put that in there mod. I say keep the M25 because that gun is only used for anti tank and aircraft.




Cpt. Someguy

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#6 15 years ago

What kind if Army is Desert Combat? Is it the regular Armies fighting(US Army, IRAQI Army, regular troops, boring) or are the armies in the game US Speical Forces and Saddam's Elite(real name?) or are they SEALs/Marines vs. whatever Iraq's equvalent(if they have one, lol). Who cares about Iraqi SVD rifles?! They can get another!

More info on the M82A1! And a sneek peek at what I have for an equivalent to the proposed US rifle...

History(courtesy of http://world.guns.ru/)

The Barrett Firearms company was founded by the Ronnie Barrett for a single purpose of building semi-automatic rifles chambered for powerful .50BMG ammunition, originally developed for and used in Browning M2HB heavy machine guns. Barrett began his work in early 1980s and first working rifles were available in 1982, hence the designation M82. Barrett continued to develop his rifle through 1980s, and developed improved M82A1 rifle by 1986. The first real success was the purchase of about 100 M82A1 rifles by the Sweden Army in 1989. Major success followed in 1990 - 1991, when US Military purchased numbers of the M82A1 during the operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Kuwait and Iraq. About 125 rifles were initially bought by US Marine Corps, orders from US Army and Air Force followed soon. The M82A1 is known for US Military as the SASR - "Special Applications Scoped Rifle", and it was and still is used as an anti-materiel weapon and EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) tool. The long effective range along with high energy and availability of highly effective ammunition such as API and Raufoss M213 allows for effective operations against targets like radar cabins, trucks, parked aircrafts and so on. M82 also can be used to defeat enemy snipers or criminals from standoff range or when targets are behind the cover, but the anti-personnel work is not a major application for Barrett M82 (or any other .50BMG rifle, for that matter).

Further development led to the M82A2 bull-pup rifle (1987), which was designed to be fired from the shoulder, but did not succeed, and was soon dropped from production. The M82A2 was obviously designed as a cheap anti-helicopter weapon, suitable for use against highly mobile targets when fired from the shoulder. The latest derivative of the M82 family is the M82A1M rifle, adopted by USMC as the M82A3 SASR and bought in significant numbers. This rifle differs from M82A1 in that it have a full length Picatinny rail that allows a huge variety of scopes and sighting devices to be mounted on the rifle. Other changes are addition of the rear monopod, slightly lightened mechanism and detachable bipod and muzzle brake. The Barrett M82 rifles were bought by various military and police countries from at least 30 countries, such as Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, UK, USA and others. The M82 also is widely used for civilian .50 caliber long range shooting competitions, being fired accurately out to 1000 yards (911 meters) and even further.

As a side note I must point out that the Barrett M82A1 rifle was recently (2002) used as a platform for experimental OSW (Objective Sniper Weapon) prototype. The M82A1 rifle was fitted with shorter barrel of 25mm caliber, and fired low-velocity high explosive shells developed for 25mm OCSW automatic grenade launcher. The experimental OSW showed an increased effectiveness against various targets but the recoil was beyond the human limitations.

The M82 is a recoil operated, short barrel stroke, semi-automatic firearm. When gun is fired, barrel initially recoils for a short distance (about an inch - 25 mm) being securely locked by the rotating bolt. After the short travel a post on the bolt, engaged in the curved cam track in the receiver, turns bolt to unlock it from the barrel. As soon as the bolt unlocks, the accelerator arm strikes it back, transferring some part of the recoil energy of the barrel to the bolt to achieve the reliable cycling. Then barrel is stopped and the bolt continues back, to extract and eject a spent case. On its return stroke bolt strips the fresh cartridge from the box magazine and feeds it into the chamber and finally locks itself to the barrel. The striker also is ****ed on the return stroke of the bolt. The gun is fed from the large detachable box magazines, that hold 10 rounds.

The receiver is made from two parts (upper and lower), stamped from sheet steel and connected by cross-pins. Heavy barrel is fluted to improve heat dissipation and save weight, and fitted with large and effective reactive muzzle brake. On the earlier models the muzzle brakes were of round cross-section, latter M82 rifles are equipped with two chamber brakes of rectangular cross-section. M82A1 rifles are fitted with scope mount and a folding backup iron sights. M82 rifles are often equipped with Leupold M series 10X telescope sights. The M82A1M (USMC M82A3) rifles have long Picatinny accessory rail mounted on the top of the receiver, that can accept wide variety of scopes, day or night. Every M82 rifle is equipped with folding carrying handle and with a folding bipod (both are detachable on M82A3). M82A3 also fitted with the detachable rear monopod under the butt. The buttpad is fitted with soft recoil pad to further decrease the felt recoil. M82A1 and M82A3 rifles could be mounted on the M3 or M122 infantry tripods (originally intended for machine guns) or on vehicles using special Barrett soft-mount. M82A1 can be fitted with carry sling but according to those who carried it in the field, M82 is way too uncomfortable to be carried on sling due to excessive length and heavy weight. It is usually carried in special carry soft or hard case.

The M82A2 differed from M82A1 mostly in that the pistol grip along with trigger had been placed ahead of the magazine, and the buttpad has been placed below the receiver, just after the magazine. Additional forward grip was added below the receiver, and the scope mount has been moved forward too.

OK, if you didnt read that, and you want the rifle to equalize Iraqis and USA, here you go: vsk94.jpg

Basic Information(courtesy of http://www.scs.wsu.edu/) The VSK-94 Vintorez is rumored to be the newest standard-issue Russian Federation/CIS mid-range sniper rifle. The VSK-94 has a completely composite construction with alloy barrel, integral suppressor, and full-automatic capability. The VSK-94 is also incredibly lightweight (4kg loaded) and can be broken down to fit in a conventional briefcase. The new 9x39mm round was optimized for suppressed firing, and maintains impressive stopping power even when suppressed. The VSK-94 is destined to become a favorite weapon of many freelance units worldwide.




SgtTallman

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#7 15 years ago

Suggestion: PSG-1 semi-auto sniper rifle. :deal:




carpanther

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#8 15 years ago
Originally posted by SgtTallman Suggestion: PSG-1 semi-auto sniper rifle. :deal:

oooooooooo...goood one.......:D :rock:




VonMeyer

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#9 15 years ago

Dc isnt going to put new sniper rifles in. The ones now are fine. Either use em or go play something else.




Blehh

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#10 15 years ago
Originally posted by SgtTallman Suggestion: PSG-1 semi-auto sniper rifle. :deal:

Yuck go play Metal Gear Solid :p