SVD

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SVD

(Simultaneous Voice and Data) The concurrent transmission of voice and data by modem over a single analog telephone line. The first SVD technologies on the market were Multi-Tech's MSP, Radish's VoiceView, AT&T's VoiceSpan and the all-digital DSVD, endorsed by Intel, Hayes and others. See VoiceView.
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Vepr states the barrel has a 1:9.4-inch twist (which is the current specification for the Dragunov SVD), so it is fast enough for the heavier hunting bullets available in this caliber.
They worked their way along the building assisted by cover fire of Russian Kalashnikov "Pecheneg" machineguns and sniper rifles "Dragunov SVD" and the Pakistani M4 assault rifles with grenade launchers and fired at the wooden figures which imitated the simulated enemy placement.
A Rebel sniper takes aim at government forces with his Dragunov SVD rifle from a house in the Syrian eastern city of Deir Ezzor
As the Cold War heated up, the Russians poured military aid into Egypt including the ubiquitous SKS carbine, AK-47/AKM assault rifles and the Dragunov SVD sniper rifle.
The weapon, a Dragunov SVD rifle (7.62mm), NSN 1005-PSVD, had been seized from Iraq and forwarded to the SOS for use in familiarization training in the Dynamics of International Terrorism Course.
52/57 were obtained for issue to reserve units while the Soviet Dragunov SVD rifle was adopted for use by snipers.
One decidedly potent springer is the Korean-made airsoft replica of the Soviet Dragunov SVD sniper rifle.
During the Vietnam era the Soviets developed the Dragunov SVD sniper rifle, a 10-shot semiauto shooting the old 7.62x54Rmm Moisin round.