Thursday, 26 May 2016

German Sniper Rifle


"5. Determining the combat characteristics of the German sniper rifle

The results of determining the muzzle velocity of the German sniper rifle are included in attachment #4, where you can see that the muzzle velocity of the Mauser rifle #6448 is 764 m/s.

The results of the precision and accuracy of the German sniper rifle with open and optical sights are included in attachment #5. Here are the average results.


With open sights
With optical sights
Dispersion radii, cm
Deviation from point of aiming, cm
Dispersion radii, cm
Deviation from point of aiming, cm
100%
50%
Vertical
Horizontal
100%
50%
Vertical
Horizontal
100
9.5
3.6
+12.5
+0.7
9.4
3.9
+1.9
-20.2
300
28.3
15.0
-17.8
+14.0
33.3
15.3
-56.7
-48.0
600
47.3
25.7
-56.3
+47.7
61.0
25.3
-165.0
-101.7

3 comments:

  1. Wait, so the rifle was less accurate with a scope? Or am I misunderstanding "optic" and "open"?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Mounting optics can adversely affect the vibration of a weapon, which in turn affects dispersion. Bayonets also do the same thing.

      Delete
  2. That's old rifle characteristics am i right? do you have a new rifle characteristics

    ReplyDelete