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RGW 90 LRMP delivered to Germany
Dynamit Nobel Defence and Hensoldt have delivered the RGW 90 Long Range Multi-Purpose (LRMP) weapon and a specially developed Hensoldt fire control sight to the German Special Forces Command, it was announced on 29 September.
The removable fire control sight acquires the data on the surroundings, the target and internal ballistic information. The 5.5-fold enlargement and the laser range finder enable the marksman to determine the distance to the target and select the ignition mode.
The integrated ballistic computer calculates the elevation and lead angle using the target data. The electronic target mark is then displayed automatically on the micro-display.
The RGW 90 LRMP with its fire control sight will be used by the Special Forces Command and the Naval Special Forces.
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