Zastava M93 Black Arrow
|Zastava M93 Black Arrow|
|Place of origin||Yugoslavia|
|Used by||See Users|
Second Liberian Civil War
Syrian Civil War
Libyan Civil War (2014–present)
Iraqi Civil War (2014–2017)
Yemeni Civil War (2015–present)
|Manufacturer||Zastava Arms, Aspar Arms|
|Action||Bolt action (rotating bolt; long action)|
|Effective firing range||2,000 m (6,561 ft)|
|Feed system||5-10-round magazine|
|Sights||Optical sight (8x32)|
The primary purpose of this rifle is long range engagement and due to that, it is provided only with an optical sight, which is included in the rifle set (8x magnification with the division up to 1,800 m). Its mount can accept the sights of other manufacturers as well.
Design and features
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