You misunderstood me. That was a humorous attempt at saying you understood me correctly, or that was in agreement with you.No. I am just not forcing my perspective upon yours.
Then I sure hope it's the people that did Darkest Hour.Moders will do that for TWI.
Not that I want to waste your or my time on this, but he accused me of being ignorant and not presenting any information, which I did, and he dismissed it. But that chapter is closed.All your struggle with Josef Nader and his with you was pointless.
Well the more accurate and true to life figures the marrier.I have a close friend who owns a couple of G43s and some SVT40's, and the G43's are solid 1.5 to 2 MOA rifles (iron sights), whilst the SVT40's shoot roughly 2.5 to 3 MOA groups (some are as bad as 4-5 MOA, but I blame that on the condition of those particular rifles)
Thank you Unus for this picture, this will help us even more to get to the meat of the matter.
So assuming the worst case scenario, the SVT with 3 MOA spread should stop having 100% hit pobability at around 200m range IF it is aimed square in the middle of the head.
If however it is aimed at the very top of the head we should have less than 50% given that the head is round.
At 400m like the picture Holy.Death provided the only pratical area to shoot at would have to be the torso.
A thing we barely touched upon is also kinetic energy. I can remember a custom mod for RO tanks that had an elaborate damage calculator that took velocity and damage at that velocity into account. A good thing to ask TWI if they included that. Obviously for rifles the difference would be marginal as far as lethality goes, but for SMGs that should be a game-changer.