Donetsk "Separatist": test shots of a super-power 23-mm rifle
The web has a video of tests of one of the most powerful sniper and anti-sniper rifles in the world. "Separatist" - so called rifle, is a product of the military-industrial complex of the Donetsk People's Republic. Weapon It has a caliber 23 mm and is equipped with a large-scope telescopic sight.
The host of the YouTube channel, Semyon Pegov, together with the fighter "Experienced" tested the novelty. "Separatist" was developed on the basis of the famous Soviet anti-aircraft gun ZU-23. Shooting shells are used the same. The receiver and the barrel itself were borrowed from the “ZUshki”. Especially for the "Separatist" was created a tripod that effectively dampens recoil when shooting. Also developed a special massive muzzle brake.
Tests were carried out at one of the landfills in the DPR. Various types of ammunition were hit by several targets - from a light armored car to a brick wall. The effective range of the new rifle is three thousand meters.
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