- Sniper rifle Keppeler KS V Bullpup
sniper rifle Keppeler KS V Bullpup Sniper Kalibra.338 Lapua Magnum Rifles Keppeler KS V Bullpup represent the fifth generation of sniper rifles German firm Keppeler Technische Entwicklungen GmbH (Germany, Mr. Fihtenberg). Sniper rifles Keppeler KS V Bullpup were developed at the turn of XX-XXI century.
- Sniper rifle KSVK / KAFP "Kord»
KSVK Rifle KSVK (large-caliber sniper rifle Kovrovskaya) developed by the Degtyarev (Kovrov) based on an earlier SVN-98 rifles.
- Sniper Rifle L129A1 Sharpshooter rifle / LMT LW 308 MWS
L129A1 Sharpshooter rifle By the end of the first decade of the 2000s, the armed forces of many NATO countries participating in combat operations in Afghanistan and gain experience, became interested in self-loading small arms 7.62mm.
- Sniper rifle LAR Grizzly Big Boar .50 BMG
LAR Grizzly Big Boar.50 BMG Bipod large-caliber sniper rifle LAR Grizzly Big Boar.50 BMG designed to combat enemy snipers, hitting it lightly armored vehicles, radar, artillery and rocket launchers, aircraft parked enemy's manpower.
- Sniper rifle Lobaeva DES
sniper rifle Lobaeva DES Kalibr.408 Chey-Tac sniper rifle Lobaeva DES Kalibr.408 Chey-Tac Design DES rifle (Sniper / Rifle Special Lobaeva) designed by the renowned marksman athlete, speaking in category "benchrest", and eventually became a gunsmith and creator of high-precision rifles for sport, hunting and marksmanship - Vladislav Lobaeva.
- Sniper Rifle LWRC REPR
LWRC REPR «Sniper Model» With a barrel length of 20 inches LWRC REPR «Designated Marksman Rifle» (DMR) With a barrel length of 18 inches LWRC REPR «Standard Model» With a barrel length of 16.1 inches LWRC REPR «Standard Model» With a barrel length of 12.7 inches At the end of the first decade of the XXI century, the American company «LWRC International» has developed a new semi-automatic rifle kalibra.308 Win (7,62 x51 mm). In 2010, these weapons presented to the public under the symbol «REPR» (Rapid Engagement Precision Rifle - Sharprifle to quickly engage targets). Sniper DMR Standard Caliber, mm 7,62 x51 (.308 Win) Length, mm 1029-1054 978-1041 952-1036 Barrel length mm 508 457 409 (323) Weight empty, kg 5.11 4.76 4.31 store count.
- Sniper Rifle M1 Garand
M1 Garand In 1936, American military weapons taken self-loading rifle M1 "Garand". The new rifle was developed by Canadian John Garand Kantiusom under 7.62-mm cartridge (.30-06). Designed to replace outdated by the time the rifle "Springfield M1903" Garand rifle was the first semi-automatic rifle entered service as the primary infantry small arms.
- Sniper Rifle M21
M14 During the Vietnam War U.S. Army quickly felt a growing need for an effective sniper rifle. Its creation was entrusted to a special army units - Army marksmanship Unit. The new rifle was developed jointly Army Weapons Command (Rock Island, IL), Combat Development Command (Ft. Benning, Georgia) and Limited Warfare Agency (Aberdeen, MD). The easiest solution to create a new sniper rifle was refitted in the arsenal of semi-automatic rifles M14 (more precisely, its specially modified for shooting competitions option M14 National Match - M14 NM) under a specially designed optical sight ART (adjustable rangefinder). For retrofitting into M21 sniper rifle M14 specially selected from the best accuracy of fire.
- Sniper Rifle M24 / M24A2 / M24A3 SWS
Remington M24 SWS Activities U.S. Marine Corps to develop sniper rifles and M40 M40A1 could not attract the attention of the U.S. Defense Department. By this time, the armament of the M21 sniper rifles began to come in the off state, and the acute problem of spare parts.
- Sniper Rifle M25
M25 By the mid-1980s there was a question about the decommissioning M21 rifle because of problems in its operation. Basically, the problems were related to the lodge, debugging rifles, gas operated system and eye (eg, loosening, weakening the adjustment rings). Lodge McMillan (top) and McMillan M2A (bottom) General James A. Guest, while Commander J. F. K. Special Warfare Center, spoke before the U.S. Congress that the M21 rifle system has become obsolete, and that the military needed a new sniper rifle M24.
- Sniper Rifle M37 Boys
M37 Boys With an installed optical sight M37 Boys English-caliber rifle M37 Boys was developed in the mid-1930s by Royal Small Arms Factory Enfield, there has been established its mass production.
- Sniper Rifle M40 / M40A1 / M40A3
During the Vietnam War, it became clear that of adopting the U.S. Marine Corps sniper rifles do not meet the requirements of doing precision shooting in tropical conditions.
- Sniper Rifle M99
M99 Chinese M99 sniper rifle is antimaterial weapon designed to destroy light vehicles and combat legkoukreplennymi gun emplacements on the mid-range (snipers, machine-gun nests, etc.
- Sniper Rifle M99B / M06
M99B With optical sight Chinese antimaterial M99B rifle is more compact modification of large-caliber sniper rifle M99.
- Sniper Rifle M110 SASS / SR-M110 SASS
M110 SASS Sniper Rifle M110 SASS (SASS - Semi-Automatic Sniper System - semi-automatic (self-loading) sniper system), the designation of the manufacturer SR-M110 SASS, developed by CAS for the U.S. Army in accordance with the requirements of the new semi-automatic sniper system SASS 7.62 formulated a research center, development and design of small arms U.S. Army - US Army ARDEC (Armaments Research, Development & Engineering Center). These requirements imply a sniper weapon system with an effective range engage manpower to 1000 m, the ability to use new sniper ammo M118LR and cartridge with armor-piercing bullet M993 AR (AP - Armor Piercing - piercing). M110 SASS With an installed muffler In addition, the requirements to the level of reliability of the system SASS (Failure Definition and Scoring Criteria - FDSC), which, inter alia, to the following reliability indices: - under normal conditions (military training) using fluorescent optical sight (it is assumed that in this configuration, the reliability of the whole system does not affect the probability of failure factor optoelectronic night sight), the probability of the normal functioning of the system without a critical failure , irremovable by hand (in American terminology Essential Function Failures - EFFs), when shooting of 300 rounds (three basic ammunition) shall be not less than 90% (optimal - 98%); Caliber, mm 7.62x51 NATO (.308 Win) Weight empty, kg 7.26 Length mm 1187 - 1200 Barrel length, mm 508 Sighting range Fire, m 1000 Capacity, Count.
- Sniper Rifle M500 / M600 / M650 / AMAC-1500
RAI M500 In 1981, the U.S. military ordered a small company Research Armaments Prototypes - RAP (Jacksonville, Arkansas, USA) to develop special sniper rifles.
- Sniper rifle Maadi Griffin M89 / M92 / M99
large-caliber sniper rifle Maadi Griffin M89 was developed by American designer Bob Stewart (Bob Stewart) for firm Maadi Griffin and began to be made in 1989.
- Sniper rifle Maadi Griffin MG-6
Maadi Griffin MG-6 large-caliber sniper rifle Maadi Griffin MG-6 is a further development of constructive Maadi Griffin M89 rifle and is designed to combat enemy snipers, hitting it lightly armored vehicles, radar, artillery and rocket launchers, aircraft parked and manpower.
- Sniper rifle MAS 49 / MAS 49-56
MAS 49 In 1949, the state arsenal in St. Etienne - Manufacture Nationale d'Armes de St-Etienne (MAS) has developed a universal rifle under the designation Fusil Automatique MAS 49, which was adopted by the French army as the main rifle.
- Sniper Rifle Mauser 86SR
Mauser 86SR Bipod Sniper Rifle Mauser 86SR was developed in the mid-1980s the German arms company Mauser Werke replacement rifle Mauser SP66. Caliber, mm 7.62x51 NATO (.308 Win), .300 Winchester Magnum Length mm 1270 Barrel length, mm 730 Weight empty, kg 5.9 Capacity, number . cartridges 9 Mauser 86SR being essentially later, improved version of the Mauser SP66, is a bit elongated and clothed rifle.
- Sniper Rifle Mauser SP66
Mauser SP66 Mauser M66 Basic model Sniper Rifle Mauser SP66 was developed in 1976 based on the sporting rifle Mauser M66 Super Match. Rifle Mauser SP66 is based on the shutter with a shortened course of heme structure (Gehmann short-throw bolt). Mauser SP66 Bipod Unlike standard Mauzerovskogo shutter, shutter heme has only two lugs cooperating with coupling, screwed into the breech.
- Sniper Rifle Mauser SR-93
Mauser SR-93 In the embodiment used in Germany Sniper Rifle Mauser SR-93 was designed by the renowned German company Mauser Werke in the early 1990s, shortly before its absorption concern Rheinmetall.
- Sniper Rifle Mauser Zf. Kar. 98k
Zf. Kar. 98k sniper rifle "Zf. Kar.98k" is a development concern Mauser-Werke A. G., and appeared as a result of numerous modifications rifle Mauser Gewehr brothers in 1871.
- Sniper Rifle MP-116M
MC-116M single shot rifle sports MC-116 In 1997 TsKIB COO presented a special sniper rifle MC-116M designed to defeat unsheltered manpower, including using personal body armor, unarmored vehicles, as well as for special sniper operations requiring one defeats the purpose of the (first) precision shot.
- Sniper Rifle McMillan (Harris) M87 / M87R / M93
McMillan M87R In 1987, the American company «McMillan Bros. Rifles Co »has developed large-caliber sniper rifle M87. Originally McMillan M87 was single-shot with a conventional longitudinal rotary bolt.
- Sniper Rifle McMillan TAC-50
McMillan TAC-50 Bipod large-caliber sniper rifle McMillan TAC-50 was developed by the American company «McMillan Bros. Rifles Co »on the basis of their earlier M87 and M93 rifles that were created in the late eighties - early nineties of the twentieth century.
- Sniper rifle Mechem NTW-20
NTW-20 Sniper rifle antimaterial NTW-20 is designed primarily for use by rapid response peacekeeping forces or special operations forces. Actual use of the system may vary depending on the country where it is used by military doctrine or philosophy, but most importantly from the imagination.
- Sniper Rifle Mk11 mod 0 SWS
Mk11 mod 0 SWS sniper rifle US Navy Mark11 Model 0 Sniper Weapon System (sniper weapon system the U.S. Navy) is a military modification sport target rifle SR-25 Match, originally adopted for service units MTR U.S. Navy (units frogmen SEAL). production of these rifles has been adjusted at the factory CAS firm in Titusville (Fla.
- Sniper rifle model M14
American M14 automatic rifle, standing on the U.S. Army in the 50-60-ies of XX century, became the basis for a large number of options for American sniper rifles. Among the famous sniper rifles modeled on the M14 (except M21 and M25) were developed following modifications: M14 DMR For USMC program DMR (Designated Marksman Rifle) developed a modification of the M14 sniper rifle DMR, which was held in military tests usloviyahv fighting in Afghanistan.
- Sniper rifle model MR-43/1
MR-43/1 During World War II in the development of automatic rifle for the German troops was designed assault rifle, MP-43, later received the designation MP-44 and Stg.