This gun is a gas-operated, totally automatic rifle introduced by FN Herstal, a Belgian company in 2001. It uses a box magazine with a capacity of 30 rounds. The most unique feature is ejection of spent cartridge casings forward and to the right side through a tube that runs above the barrel. By ejecting them in this way, the gun is useful for left or right-handed users without modification and at a safe distance from the shooter’s face. Its effective range is to 1,600 feet.
FN also very recently introduced a civilian version of the F2000, the FS2000.
This gas-operated semi-automatic rifle was designed by the British firearms producer Accuracy International for British armed services and the United States Navy Seals. It is very easy to transport and lightweight at 31 pounds empty. It takes less than three minutes to disassemble and can be serviced without any tools. This rifle is popular for its high rate of fire at five rounds in 1.6 seconds, and the long range of 1,600 yards with precision. It can hold five rounds of 0.50 BMG in a single stack.
The focus of this weapon is to provide accuracy with reliability and ruggedness.
This American submachine gun was invented in 1919 by General John T. Thompson who envisioned a semi-automatic to replace the bolt action rifles that were used at the time. A small amount of these guns were sold to the United States postal Inspection Service to protect the mail from a string of robberies at that time and some
A small amount of these guns were sold to the United States postal Inspection Service to protect the mail from a string of robberies at that time and some to the United States Marine Corps. These guns were used at first mainly by the U.S. Navy but also exported, both before and after World war II, to Britain and Russia. It became the preferred weapon of police officers, soldiers, and criminals because it was compact, reliable, and had a high volume fire rate, firing 1500 rounds every minute. It gained wide
It became the preferred weapon of police officers, soldiers, and criminals because it was compact, reliable, and had a high volume fire rate, firing 1500 rounds every minute. It gained wide notoriety during Prohibition because of its use by criminals such as Al Capone’s gang.
Its rapid fire rate earned it nicknames like “The Chicago Typewriter”, “The Chopper”, but it is best known as the “Tommy Gun”. This submachine gun has a range of 50 yards with accuracy. Due to the quality and craftsmanship, it is a collector’s item.
This lightweight belt-fed machine gun has a caliber up to 5.56 mm. It was developed by the German company Heckler and Koch in the 1990’s but was first seen by the public in 2001. It was adopted in 2005 by the German army as the standard support weapon at the platoon level.
It was designed to be light, with an empty weight of 18.85 pounds, and the butt is hinged to collapse alongside the weapon to make it more compact or can be removed. It was also designed to be safe to the user, function well in adverse conditions, and use a wide range of ammunition from different manufacturers without adjusting the gas system. This gun is reliable and lethal with a range of 3,280 feet and is nicknamed “Perfect Killer”.
This Russian assault rifle was developed by Mikhail Kalashnikov, a tank commander who was wounded in World War II and overheard soldiers complaining about Russian Soviet rifles. He set out to change that. The first Kalashnikov rifle was manufactured in 1947 and has been the standard issue assault rifle of the Russian army since 1949.
These rifles are known as Kalashnikovs, AKs, or in Russian slang “Kalash”. This is one of the most powerful guns in the world and one of the most commonly used. Its popularity is due to its power, durability, ease of use, and low price. It takes no special skills to use this gun, making it a top choice. It is, in fact, in the Guinness Book of Records as the most widely used gun in the world.