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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    How does it adjust/know your targets range and how it sets the reticle so quick?

    What type of German optics?
    B0zkurt Hunter

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      http://shop.opticsplanet.com/steiner...FQ9EfgodUmkKaQ

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YD9utBMQ4SU

      https://www.google.com/amp/www.thetr...iflescope/amp/


      This are just commercially available versions and still have exporting restrictions.
      But the scope I am talking about I read not too long ago.
      I just did a search and could not find the material online. Maybe I'll find it later.
      But my understanding is you don't look at target thru a traditional lens sistem. What you have is a camera like device that magnifies target, sees with night vision or heat detecting and then measures distance and senses windage. It then displays an image of reticle that all you have to do is just put on target. No worries about bullet drop or other distance related issues.

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        That is amazing...but isn't FLIR restricted to shorter ranges?

        I am sure, like Haykakan said, many new neat weapons are coming out which could make the old fashion way obsolete. God help us.
        Taking life has become a game.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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          Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army








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            Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army








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                Vigen Sargsyan directly addressing the negligence and indiscipline leading to 4 non-combat deaths in the past week.

                Armenian Defense Minister: I will hold negligent commanders strictly accountable



                YEREVAN. - I conclude this festive week with pain and sense of regret, since we, our entire people, lost four servicemen in the army, a fact which not only could but also should not have happened, Minister of Defense of Armenia, Vigen Sargsyan, said in a video message addressed to servicemen.

                “In the beginning of last week, three servicemen, who passed quite a long and complicated path of service, took a car attached to one of them and left the military base of their own volition, violating the basic requirements of the service charter. The search operation, which was launched after noticing their absence at the morning lineup, revealed that they suffered an accident and appeared in a canal,” he said.

                In the minister’s words, according to the preliminary information, the second tragic incident took place as a result of a quarrel between two servicemen carrying out military vigil and over the violation of the vigil rules by one of them, the result being a rifle shot with fatal outcome.

                “Still another incident took place in Yerevan in the daytime. Several servicemen, who lost connection with the reality and considered themselves above the law, entered into a quarrel with a police officers, who stopped them for drunk driving, showing conduct unsuitable to an officer and serviceman, in a public area, in front of our compatriots,” Sargsyan noted.

                He also stressed that all the three incidents are the consequence of negligence, lack of discipline, misplaced self-confidence and failure to fulfill service obligations. “Internal investigation is underway into all three incidents, and I will hold strictly accountable those commanders, officers and persons in charge, who had to make the emergence of such situations impossible,” Sargsyan concluded.

                https://news.am/eng/news/389740.html
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                    Video of last weeks incident. Many questions here.
                    What were they doing all alone in such a dangerous place ?
                    Why did the first guys that helped them take such risks at the beginning ? They were lucky to be not shot.
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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                      The sniper is shooting a 22, lol. These boys are out of their environment.

                      You hear big guns in distance but really? You either retreat or run forward zigzag located the sniper and take him out. You don't talk bullxxxx endlessely.

                      Stay safe you rednecks
                      B0zkurt Hunter

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