Left


Sinister Studies Part 6 – серьезному анализу в стрельбе юго перебирали

Posted on July 14th, by Michael in Uncategorized. 1 Comment

After practicing the various malfunction drills on AR’s, some of you are probably thinking about changing weapons to something that has a reputation for more reliability.   In most shooters, this instantly summons a mental image of General Kalashnikov’s contribution to Anglo-Soviet relations.

 

Ahh, yes… I speak of the venerable AK-47 and its numerous variants and descendants.

The U.S. Operations Research Office had to study over 3 million casualty reports to figure out what General Kalashnikov knew years earlier; that the decisive factor in most battles was volume of fire, rather than precision. This idea was confirmed by the ORO in their 1948 ALCLAD study that concluded most combat kills occurred at 100 meters or less and that accurate, aimed fire in an offensive role did not seem to be any more effective at creating casualties than randomly fired shots. Keep in mind; … Read More »






Fresh ADC Articles:

Our instructors have a wide breadth of knowledge. Tap into some great info in blog and articles section.

Range Estimation Brain Teaser – Part II

Well, a few months ago when I wrote the last article, I had a few tests I decided to run at our spring Precision...

Range Estimation Brain Teaser

I suppose it is in my nature to try and resolve certain observed phenomena down to the mathematical formulae that can reliably and logically...

HOW TO USE ALL THE ADJUSTMENTS

Some of mankind’s first applications of the principles of ergonomics were with weapons. It probably started with the smoother rock,and evolved into the club...