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Bit OT but I thought you lads might like it, the next Battlefield game , 2042, has a map in India, set in the Alang ship breaking yards and one of the main playable specialist characters is a former MARCOS, "Navin Rao"

No Quarter zip, high cut helmet, samsung Galaxy on forearm and weird metal headphones instead of COMTAC with a schoolbag.

HURR DURR MUH MODERNIZATION 2042
 

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Anybody any documented details 9n the duration and ammunition expenditure for training a sniper in GREEN BERET, SAS& SEALS?? Thanks
$500,000 back in 2009, to train a SEAL, not sure about snipers in particular though.
 

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$500,000 back in 2009, to train a SEAL, not sure about snipers in particular though.
Today a dollar equal to 74 Rupees
3 crore 70 lakh
 

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The rattler would-
1- Add another calibre to complicate our logistics further (300 Blk)

2- Give near about 1500 FPS for 150 grain bullet. Comparitively, 960 Rowland (an overpressured 9mm) with 147 grains can go at 1400 FPS out of a 4 inch barrel.

3- Is an overcomplicated weapon to clean and maintain compared to, say, a heavy bolt straight blowback 9mm SMG with a lot of parts to break or mess up.

4- The slower burning powder in the 300 blk will burn your nose hair, blind your teammates and probably give some concussion to everyone around you. This is substantially reduced in specialised 300 blk ammo but it's still a rifle round coming out of a barrel less than my erect d... Erhm. Ahem...
 

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