Over the past three decades, we have witnessed a lot of deadly military guns introduced into the battlefield, but the most sophisticated of all is the Sniper rifle
Sniper rifles are one of the most admired guns in the military arsenal due to their ability to target enemies from a long-range, provide detailed surveillance from a concealed position, and if necessary, reduce the enemy's combat ability by neutralizing high-value materials.
There is a lot of Sniping rifles already in the military market, but the most sophisticated of them all is the Barrett M82 Rifle Which can target obstacle/enemies from 1.8kilometers away.
The Barrett M82 is a semi-automatic, anti-materiel precision rifle developed by Barrett Firearms an American weapons manufacturing company, It was designed in 1980 by Ronnie Barrett.
The Barrett is primarily used for long-range shots, destroying sensitive enemy equipment such as trucks, aircraft, remote destruction of explosives, and controlled detonations of explosives.
With a maximum target range of 1.8kilometer, they also stand as one of the longest ranged snipping guns ever made, it's bullet velocity travels at an unimaginable speed and can piers through concrete walls and military tanks.
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