countersniper


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countersniper

(ˈkaʊntəˌsnaɪpə)
adj
(Military) military designed to act against or eliminate snipers
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One of the more useful weapons was a countersniper rifle built for me by Robbie Barkmann of ROBAR.
Volgyesi et al., "Countersniper system for urban warfare," ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, vol.
Ledeczi et al., "Sensor network-based countersniper system," in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems, pp.
Equipment has evolved quite a bit since I used my first scoped rifle--a Remington 700 ADL in .308--in my official capacity as a SWAT rifleman / sniper / countersniper / precision rifleman / designated rifleman in 1975.
The precision and speed of HEL weapons raise the possibility of use in the countersniper or sniper mission.
Due to a large number of sniper attacks, a countersniper lab was established in December 2006 to positively identify insurgents through fingerprint and ballistic comparisons.
For instance, a number of robot makers have added "countersniper" capabilities to their machines, enabling them to automatically track down and target with a laser beam any enemy that shoots.
They also went through the Air National Guard-run countersniper school at Camp Joseph T.
Special countersniper squads were placed on strategic rooftops and remained there throughout the trial.
Record keeping is an important aspect of precision rifle shooting, whether it is bench-rest competition or in a law enforcement/military countersniper application.
You'll be able to reach out and touch those little critters since this rifle is topped with a 2X-16X Countersniper Optics scope with Ranging MilDot reticle set into Countersniper rings with accessory M1913 rails.
At that time, the countersniper lab was capable of two things--latent printing and firearm/tool marking.