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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
    Մահացել է Ադրբեջանի բանակի զինծառայող

    Հոկտեմբեր 31, 2016

    http://razm.info/90821
    Incomplete title, it should զինծառայողՆԵՐ as it states in the article that besides the suicide, there was an Azerbaijan soldier from Aghdam who was wounded in April 4-day war who died of his wounds on October 30.
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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

        Armnuke jan you once posted a list of all sniper rifles used by our army,can you repost the names please?

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          Originally posted by Federate View Post
          Incomplete title, it should զինծառայողՆԵՐ as it states in the article that besides the suicide, there was an Azerbaijan soldier from Aghdam who was wounded in April 4-day war who died of his wounds on October 30.
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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

              Originally posted by armo12 View Post
              Armnuke jan you once posted a list of all sniper rifles used by our army,can you repost the names please?

              Accuracy International AX-338 & Arctic Warfare
              Dragunov SVD
              Truvelo CMS
              PGM 338
              Sv-98
              Zastava M93 Black Arrow
              Brugger & Thomet APR
              SAKO TRG 42

              There are a couple more probably which i can't recall.

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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                ՄԵԿՆԱՐԿԵՑ ՀՐԵՏԱՆԱՎՈՐՆԵՐԻ ՃԱՄԲԱՐԱՅԻՆ ՀԱՎԱՔԸ

                ՄԵԿՆԱՐԿԵՑ ՀՐԵՏԱՆԱՎՈՐՆԵՐԻ ՃԱՄԲԱՐԱՅԻՆ ՀԱՎԱՔԸԳեներալ-մայոր Տիգրան Փարվանյանի հրամանատարությամբ գործող զորամիավորման ենթակա զորամասերից մեկի հարևանությամբ, դաշտային պայմաններում բացազատված վրանային ավանում մեկնարկեց հրետանավորների ճամբարային հավաքը, որին մասնակցում էին զորամիավորման շտաբի պետ, գնդապետ Հովհաննես Ավագյանը, զորամիավորման հրամանատարի տեղակալ, գնդապետ Կամո Գրիգորյանը, ենթակա այն բոլոր զորամասերի հրամանատարները, որոնց հրետանային ստորաբաժանումների զինծառայողներն ընդգրկված են հավաքներում:

                Եվ ահա նախատեսված ժամին հավաքի մասնակից ողջ անձնակազմը կազմ ու պատրաստ, հանդիսավորապես շարված էր միտինգի: Հավաքների պետ, գնդապետ Կ. Գրիգորյանի` շտաբի պետին տրված զեկույցից հետո գնդապետ Հ. Ավագյանը ողջունեց ներկաներին ու շնորհավորեց հավաքների բացման կապակցությամբ:

                Զինվորական նվագախմբի կատարմամբ ՀՀ օրհներգի հնչյունների ներքո ճամբարների դրոշի հանդիսավոր բարձրացումը վստահվեց զորավարժություններում իրենց ակտիվ դրսևորած հրետանավոր զինվորներին: Հնչեցին ելույթներ, որոնցից առավել ուշագրավը զինվորների խոսքն էր` պատերազմի աստված-հրետանու, հայկական հրետանու հիմնադիրների, հրետանավորների արժանի հետնորդների, հավաքներում տեսական ու գործնական խոր գիտելիքների ձեռքբերման անհրաժեշտության և իրենց հմտությունները ճամբարների ավարտին` զորավարժություններում հիանալի խոցումներով ցուցադրելու վստահության մասին:

                Հանդիսավոր միտինգից անմիջապես հետո հրետանու տարբեր տեսակներին կցված անձնակազմերն իրենց հրամանատարների հետ անցան գործնական պարապմունքի, որի ընթացքում սպաները հրետանու վրա տեղում բացատրում, ցուցադրում էին անհրաժեշտ գործողությունների ճիշտ ձևը, որից հետո յուրաքանչյուր մարտկոցի զինվոր վարժ ու հստակ կատարում էր առաջադրանքը:

                1-ին զորամիավորման հրետանավորները մշտապես աչքի են ընկնում կրակային խոցումների բարձր ճշգրտությամբ, որի համար որպես օրինաչափություն բոլոր տիպի միջոցառումներում ստանում են լավ կամ գերազանց գնահատական:
                http://www.hayzinvor.am/42928.html







                Last edited by burjuin; 11-01-2016, 08:21 AM.

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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan


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                  This two pictures is of Finnish SAKO TRG. I can't tell if it is 42(.338 LM) or 22(.308)?
                  If it is TRG42 then effective kill range is 2-2 1/2 KM, If the scope is high quality.
                  I've got one with very high end scope and the whole thing cost more than $10k.
                  But if you do not reload then .338 lapua magnum bullets cost about $5 a round. In one word, the weapon is one of the best for money, but ammunition is very expencive. Imagine our MOD spending thousands of dollars on ammo just to train one sniper.
                  I would advise to our MOD in training snipers with a .308 caliber rifles because the bullets are cheap and everywhere, even Russians produce it. This can easily be used for 1000 meter trainings, where spotter/shooter tactics and ballistics rules apply.
                  Any larger caliber like .338 or 50cal has to be assigned to contract officer sniper that is a career soldier. On this cadre then all the effort can be spent in training to reload their own bullets (which will bring down the cost and increase accuracy significantly), and rifle should be assigned per person. That way each sniper will get accustomed to their weapon and take care of it. Much like pilots to aircraft.

                  P.S. Sometimes I think of bullets shot by regulars VS sniper bullets as like unguided missiles VS guided ones. How we speak of Lazer guided ATGMs versus RPG7s.
                  It's just sniping has been looked down from 200 years ago when not standing in front of your enemy open and killing in hiding was concidered dishonorable.
                  Sniper's effects is mostly overlooked in most armies except NATO members.
                  But let's look at the April war.
                  Each side lost about 100 people, but that war's repercussions were enormous. It's like we fought a year of war. In Armenia there was A putsch allmost, because of it. It has altered regional politics and changed plans for future conflicts in both countries.
                  So this may become the norm that small but intense wars are fought that effect very large issues.
                  In this situation sniper's effect multiplies in war.
                  Imagine 8-10 teams across the frontline doing their picks in that dust and rumble.
                  They can add another 100 to the count of enemy KIA just on one day.
                  So given the publicity of losses and information spread and psichological effect in enemy population plus political effects, snipers are probably most effective armaments for the bang. Maybe more than Iskanders for a given scenario, we might not always use Iskanders, but in any size of conflict, sniper use is a given.
                  Last edited by Hakob; 11-01-2016, 02:16 PM.

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    Accuracy International AX-338 & Arctic Warfare
                    Dragunov SVD
                    Truvelo CMS
                    PGM 338
                    Sv-98
                    Zastava M93 Black Arrow
                    Brugger & Thomet APR
                    SAKO TRG 42

                    There are a couple more probably which i can't recall.
                    Thank you so much!remember you also said something about the barret m95 and a certain steyr model which i can't remember the name

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