|«|| Repeating sniper rifle CZ 750 S1 M1 is basic heavy version designed for solving all sniper missions primarily in unenclosed ground.|
|CZ 750 S1 M1 7.62 mm|
|Caliber||7.62×51 mm NATO|
The CZ 750 S1 M1 is a bolt-action sniper rifle that is chambered to fire the 7.62×51 mm NATO round.
It primarily loads from 10 round box magazines designed specifically for the CZ 750 S1 M1, but can also feed from the 5 round box magazines used by the M24 and M40A3. It has a maximum fire rate of just 30 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 900 m/s. The CZ 750 S1 M1 is always fitted with a riflescope that has a magnification strength of 10x, along with an integrated (but non-functional) bipod. It cannot be suppressed or be fitted with laser pointers/flashlights.
The CZ 750 S1 M1 is basically the Czech counterpart to the M40A3 sniper rifle used by the U.S. Marine Corps. The only difference with the CZ 750 is that it has slightly reduced accuracy. In all other aspects it is completely identical, with the scope even having the same reticle and amount of magnification.
As a result, it also shares the same drawbacks of the M24/M40A3, namely being a bolt-action weapon which causes it to have a very slow rate of fire, and the inability to adjust the weapon's zeroing beyond 800 metres. Its only advantage over the former is its bigger magazine that has 10 rounds versus the M24's/M40A3's 5 round box.
- Aside from the previously pointed out differences, the CZ 750 is basically a carbon copy of the M40A3 in all but name and appearance, with the former using the exact same config values as the latter.
See also Edit
Weapons of comparable role and configuration Edit
|ACR - Armory (ArmA 2)|
|Handguns||CZ 75 9 mm • G17 9 mm|
|Submachine guns||CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1 9 mm|
|Assault rifles||CZ 805 BREN 5.56 mm (CZ 805 G1) • M4A3 5.56 mm (M4A3 M203) • Sa-58 7.62 mm|
|Sniper rifles||CZ 750 S1 M1 .308 • SVD Dragunov 7.62 mm|
|Squad automatic weapons||M249 Para 5.56 mm|
|Machineguns||M60E4 7.62 mm • UK-59 7.62 mm|
|Launchers||MAAWS • RPG-7V|
|(Parenthesis) denote variants. | Operation Arrowhead | Army of the Czech Republic|