That's some pretty nice shootin' Tex!
@manhunter09 and FerretFangs
Hehe, thanks Just a lucky day *** *** ***
<span style='color:red'>New update</span>
I have added two new ammo type for this Rifle
MP NM140 12.7mm x 99 and MP-T NM160 12.7mm x 99
"The round combines armor-piercing, explosive, and incendiary effects and uses a highly effective pyrotechnically initiated fuze that delays detonation of the main projectile charge until after initial target penetration--moving projectile fragmentation and damage effect inside the target for maximum anti-personnel and fire start effect. While the round can be used in sniper rifles similar to the Barrett M82A1/XM107, it has the equivalent firing power of a 20 mm projectile to include such targets as helicopters, aircraft, light armour vehicles, ships and light fortifications, and can ignite JP4 and JP8 military jet fuel."
Target consisting of an initial plate of 2 mm Dural wth witness screens of 2 mm Al with airspace 0,4 m. Fragmentation screen in rear of 1,25 mm mild steel placed 2 m behind the initial plate.
MP is functioning about 20 - 30 cm inside the target giving approximate 20 fragments through the 1,25 mm steel plate.
Take a lool at this video *** ***(u need Real Player to play this movie)
- USMC Scout Sniper Instructor School Terminal Ballistics Demonstration of the Barrett M82A1A SASR
Wow! I don't think anyone has made a headshot at 1800 meters against a running target in reality. That's amazing!
Here's a new challenge for you... Let's see just how far out you can make a kill. The current record for longest range sniper kill is 2,430 metres (7,972 ft), reportedly accomplished by a Canadian sniper in 2002, during the invasion of Afghanistan, using a .50 BMG McMillan bolt-action rifle. This meant that the round had a flight time of four seconds, and a drop of 44.5 m (146 ft). The previous record was held by Carlos Hathcock, achieved during the Vietnam War, at a distance of 2,250 m.
According to discovery channel Red Baron was shot from a distance of 750m (while flying at 160 km/h) by a rifleman using unscoped rifle.
UK marksman says it is quite possible to match that intentionaly.
How about that? Lucky shot obviously.
Jun 16 2005, 19:24
just saw few of your movies Maximus-Sniper
i hope we will never meet in any MP game