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Question 1: The preferred sniper cartridge in Russia is another .30 calibre military cartridge, the ________, which has similar performance to the 7.62x51mm.
7.62x54mmR7.62x38mmR14.5x114mm7.62x25mm Tokarev

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  M82A1 SASR (Special Applications Scoped Rifle), a .50 calibre sniper rifle used as an anti-materiel rifle.
  A Marine manually extracts an empty cartridge and chambers a new 7.62x51mm round in his bolt-action M40A3 sniper rifle. The bolt handle is held in the shooter's hand and is not visible in this photo.
  Military Sniper Reticle

Question 3: For most rifles equipped with a telescopic sight, this area is raised slightly, because the telescope is positioned higher than the ________.
Assault rifleIron sightFirearmInternal ballistics

Question 4: A typical sniper rifle is built for optimal levels of accuracy, fitted with a ________ and chambered for a military centerfire cartridge.
Iron sightReflex sightTelescopic sightReticle

Question 5: The most popular military sniper rifles (in terms of numbers in service) are chambered for 7.62 mm (0.30 inch) caliber ammunition, such as ________ and 7.62x54mm R.
7.62x51mm NATOM16 rifleM14 rifle.30-06 Springfield

Question 6: This cartridge was introduced in 1891, and both Russian sniper rifles of the modern era, the Mosin-Nagant and the ________, are chambered for it.
AK-47Dragunov sniper rifleAK-74Mosin–Nagant

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series of sniper rifles is standard issue in the armies of many countries, including those of Britain and Germany (picture shows a rifle of the German Army).
  M82A1 SASR (Special Applications Scoped Rifle), a .50 calibre sniper rifle used as an anti-materiel rifle.
  Comparison of 0.5, 1, and 3 MOA extreme spread levels against a human torso at 800 m (left) and a human head at 100 m (right)
  The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series of sniper rifles is standard issue in the armies of many countries, including those of Britain and Germany (picture shows a rifle of the German Army).

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  M82A1 SASR (Special Applications Scoped Rifle), a .50 calibre sniper rifle used as an anti-materiel rifle.
  The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series of sniper rifles is standard issue in the armies of many countries, including those of Britain and Germany (picture shows a rifle of the German Army).
  The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series of sniper rifles is standard issue in the armies of many countries, including those of Britain and Germany (picture shows a rifle of the German Army).
  A Marine manually extracts an empty cartridge and chambers a new 7.62x51mm round in his bolt-action M40A3 sniper rifle. The bolt handle is held in the shooter's hand and is not visible in this photo.

Question 9: Many police services and law enforcement organizations (such as the ________) now use rifles specifically designed for law enforcement purposes.
United States Coast GuardU.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementUnited States Secret ServiceU.S. Customs and Border Protection

Question 10: Anti-materiel applications such as mine clearing and ________ operations tend to see a higher usage of semi-automatics.
Central Intelligence AgencySpecial Activities DivisionCommandoSpecial forces
















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