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french_TE
04 Mar 05,, 10:34
hello,

My first post here :-)

English is not my natural language so... try to translate ;-)

I discovered this board some weeks ago and i want to say is very useful and i like it.

Meaby you'll be interesting with theses pictures i take in scopes of french sniper's rifle FRF2 (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3034.JPG) :


old scope (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3018.JPG)

newest one (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3024.JPG)

night-vision (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3190.JPG)

the targets was a t 350 or 400 metres

and another from the 12.7 sniper rifle PGM:

rifle (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3118.JPG)


look a the down of the scope ther is a bubble to be sure to stay with horizontal level:
target (http://urrp.free.fr/frf2_2004/nikon/DSCN3120.JPG)

it's a 2 metres X 2 metres target at 1100 metres.

au revoir :)

sniperdude411
04 Mar 05,, 19:18
Nice translations. How do like our language? Confusing, I'm pretty sure. Atleast we don't have genders.
Anyways, those pics are awesome. I'm personally a fan of French weapons. Have you fired a Famas before?

french_TE
04 Mar 05,, 21:55
Nice translations. How do like our language? Confusing, I'm pretty sure. Atleast we don't have genders.

I'll try to remember that ;-)



Anyways, those pics are awesome. I'm personally a fan of French weapons. Have you fired a Famas before?

Thanks :)
Yes i fired more than 200 bullet/year with it.
I use to have a week of FRF2 training every year since 3 years.
We have a very great chance when we try the PGM, it's very impressive.

I made a mistake and i post two times nearly the same message. I didn't found how to cancel one .

Update: i edit my first message at the top with the good links.

I made some wallpapers if you want http://urrp.free.fr/wallpaper/wallpaper_mili.php

Bill
05 Mar 05,, 00:12
Nice looking optics. Good fine mil reticle and a useful bullet drop and ranging scale.

MUCH better than the Dragunov SVD optics, and pretty comparable to the US M-3A optics of the M-24.

Of course, one must handle such optics in the field under a wide variety of conditions to determine how good it really is, and i've never handled the french optics before.

french_TE
05 Mar 05,, 00:35
MUCH better than the Dragunov SVD optics, and pretty comparable to the US M-3A optics of the M-24.

i've seen the Dragunov of "operation Flashpoint" with his optics but i don't remember US M-3A look like :-/ have you a link ?


Of course, one must handle such optics in the field under a wide variety of conditions to determine how good it really is, and i've never handled the french optics before.

I used some of it which are very old and they seem to be strong. But I think that all military's equipement in the world is like that ...

Have you a good link for wallpaper's of sniper/weapons world ?

Ps: when i clik on "preview post" that submit it !

Bill
06 Mar 05,, 00:02
Try www.snipersparadise.com

french_TE
06 Mar 05,, 02:39
hello,

thank you for this very useful link .( bookmark +1)

My logs says there are some people visiting my own wallpaper page (http://urrp.free.fr/wallpaper/wallpaper_mili.php) but i have no return :-(
If you like or can't stand you can mail me , it's good to have world's opinion.

Tinkertoys
06 Mar 05,, 08:57
I see dead people.

-Tink

leib10
21 Mar 05,, 20:46
I like the recticle. The German post has always been one of my favorites.

sniperdude411
21 Mar 05,, 22:46
At shorter ranges, the red-dot scope kicks butt.