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SRS99D-S2 Sniper Rifle System by Chris000 SRS99D-S2 Sniper Rifle System by Chris000
The SRS99D-S2 AM is a semi-automatic UNSC sniper rifle that fires 14.5 x 114mm APFSDS (Armor-Piercing Fin-Stabilized Discarding Sabot) from a 4-round magazine. It is designed in the conventional layout, so the magazine and operating system are located in front of the trigger. The magazine does not fit flush.

This weapon is gas-operated. The action must be cycled to chamber the first round. Once the first round is fired, the gases from the previous round forces the bolt back, seating a new round on its return forward, and continues to do so until the mag is empty. Once the mag is empty, the bolt locks back and the mag is removed. After a new magazine is inserted, the bolt catch button must be pressed which releases the bolt forward, placing a new round into the chamber. The charging handle is on the left side of the rifle - allowing the user to cycle the action without unseating the weapon - and is physically a part of the bolt, and travels during operation of the weapon

This weapon has been the UNSC long-range weapon of choice when engaging the covenant over long distances. A well placed SRS99D round can travel overr 1500 meters and pierce 13 feet of flesh and bone.

Effective Range: 1500m

Maximum Range: 2000m

Cartridge Used: 14.5x114mm APFSDS Russian
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SIERRA-116 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
This isn't actually the SRS99D-S2 AM, that much is obvious. How'd you make this though? I wanna try!
You did a good job in making it as close to the SRS99D-S2 AM as possible. Good work.
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Legion117 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2010  Student Artist
dude epic keep up the good work..
Chris000 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Don't you worry, new stuff is coming out all the time!
Legion117 Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2010  Student Artist
kick ass
Mr-Unmanly Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010   Writer
Damn, that thing must be more powerful than the GoW sniper rifle.
Chris000 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Well, I don't know. The SRS99 only has a four round magazine. It is full auto though. The GoW sniper is single shot, one round magazine and has to be reloaded after every shot. Gives the enemy a tactical advantage.
Mr-Unmanly Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010   Writer
But GoW sniper rifle only depends on who's using it.

If a bad sniper is using it, the reloading may take long.

If a good sniper is using it, they are determined to hit the white mark for continuous shooting.
Colonel-Eviscerator Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2010
13 feet of flesh and bone...

Are you suggesting that I hunt dinosaurs with this, sir?
Chris000 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2010  Student Traditional Artist

Are you suggesting that there still are dinosaurs, sir?
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