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does any one know what kind of Scope pakistan Armed forces use and the ATS guys use
 
Identify this one:
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my hunting rifle.

where do you belong gunny bunny??:azn:
 
Tactical Operations - Tango 51

Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win.)
Action: Remington M700, Accurized and blue-printed
Weight: 10.8 lbs (4.9kg)
Length: 44.3" (112.5cm)
Barrel: Tac-Ops Match Grade, 18"-24" (457 - 609mm)
Threading for suppressor optional.
Chamber: Match spec with .001 head space.
Stock: McMillan Fiberglass (Sako Varmint), Aluminum pillar bedded.
Trigger Pull: 2.25 - 2.5 lb or to Spec.
Metal Finish: Bridsong Green-T® and Black-T®
Accuracy: Guaranteed .25 MOA

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Gun savvy guys please I need your help. There is intense heated discussion on all forums and twitter and other social media about the action of the Delhi police to shoot the bikers who were racing, stunting and then trying to escape.

The defense being put out by DP is that they were trying to shoot the tyres of the motorcycle that was escaping, and since the rider did a wheelie, the bullet hit the pillion in the back instead, causing his death. But people are saying even top level snipers with fancy rifles and scopes would find it hard to hit a target like the back tyre of a bike moving away at high speed, zig zagging and wheeling.

Is it possible that a ordinary police Inspector with his service revolver could then make such a shot? Especially at 2 a.m. ? Do you think a trained sniper could take such a shot?
 
Gun savvy guys please I need your help. There is intense heated discussion on all forums and twitter and other social media about the action of the Delhi police to shoot the bikers who were racing, stunting and then trying to escape.

The defense being put out by DP is that they were trying to shoot the tyres of the motorcycle that was escaping, and since the rider did a wheelie, the bullet hit the pillion in the back instead, causing his death. But people are saying even top level snipers with fancy rifles and scopes would find it hard to hit a target like the back tyre of a bike moving away at high speed, zig zagging and wheeling.

Is it possible that a ordinary police Inspector with his service revolver could then make such a shot? Especially at 2 a.m. ? Do you think a trained sniper could take such a shot?

NOPES! With a .38 special, the average grouping is 4" at 25 yards, and that too comes with years of experience with $hitty double action trigger, there is no way that guy would have been ever be able to shoot the extra thin tyres that Indian bikes have in the dark at any range beyond, 10-15 yards and if he misses at 10-15 yards by shooting the pillion rider, then that dude must not be allowed to posses a firearm for the rest of his life, cuz thats a really lousy shot!
 
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