Sniper rifle Beretta 501 sniper

    501 sniper rifle beretta sniper
    Beretta 501 sniper

    sniper rifle sniper Beretta 501 was developed on the basis of sporting rifle Beretta model 500.

    Issue Beretta 501 sniper was launched in 1985 and discontinued in the mid-1990s, when the Italian army adopted a sniper rifle Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum.

    Beretta 501 sniper rifle is technically a longitudinal rotary bolt.

    rifle has a heavy, cantilever mounted in the bed of the trunk that is running precision adjustable sights sports type.

    to muzzle end of the barrel is attached flash suppressor.

    Fly mechanical sighting devices has ring-fence to prevent glare.

    Caliber, mm 7.62 NATO
    (.308 Win)
    Length mm 1165
    Barrel length, mm 586
    Weight empty, kg 5.55
    Count. cartridges

    Furthermore, sniper rifle Beretta 501 is equipped with standard optics mounts for NATO STANAG 2324. Recommended optical sight is the sight Zeiss Diavari-Z 1.5-6X variable multiplicity, but can be used with any other sight, having standard mounting.

    Submission cartridges made from detachable box magazine capacity of 5 rounds.
    For shooting a sniper rifle Beretta 501 sniper rifle cartridges used caliber 7.62 mm NATO (.308 Win).

    cutout in the butt to form a comfortable pistol grip.

    Lodge rifle made of wood and is adjustable in length and height of the butt cheeks to stop. Nape butt and "cheek" regulated supers.

    Under the barrel channel forearm mounted tube connected to the receiver and containing sinker ("compensator oscillations"), at the end of the tube is pivotally mounted folding bipod.

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    Beretta 501 sniper


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