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COLT - COMMANDO

COLT

COMMANDO

The Colt 9mm Submachine Gun is a lightweight compact weapon encompassing the same straight line
construction and design with the world known M16A2/A4 Rifle. This straight line construction, coupled
with the low recoil associated with 9mm ammunition, provides highly accurate fire with less muzzle
climb, especially in full automatic fire. Less recoil also facilitates ease of training and improves accuracy.

  • Manufacturer: COLT
  • Weight: 2.61 kg (5.75 lb) w/o magazine
  • Length : 730 mm (28.9 in ) (stock extended)
  • Barrel length: 10.5 in
  • Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum
  • Action: blowback, closed bolt
  • Effective range: 300 m
  • Feed system: 32 round detachable box magazine
  • Rate of fire 700-1,000 RPM
HK - MP7 A1

Heckler & Koch

MP7 A1

The MP7 represents a new generation of enhanced-performance submachine guns that bridge the gap between assault rifles and conventional submachine guns. Developed as a genuine personal defense weapon, it far exceeds the NATO requirements profile. The MP7 is extremely compact, lightweight, can be used in very confined spaces, and is practically recoil-free. It can be carried continuously, making it
the ideal personal weapon for the soldier of today. Those who carry it will be suitably armed for the
broadest range of operations.
Comparing the calibers, the penetration and terminal effects of the 4.6 mm x 30 cartridge are several
times those of the standardized 9 mm x 19 cartridges. By way of illustration: The new high-performance caliber penetrates the NATO CRISAT TARGET (1.6 mm titanium and 20 layers of Kevlar) even at 200 m. One fundamental requirement: At the same time, the risk of overpenetration is reduced to a minimum.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 4.6 x 30
  • Operation: Short stroke gas
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 4.2 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 7.1″
  • Rate of fire: 950 RPM
FN - P90

FN Herstal

FN P90

The FN P90, also known as the FN Project 1990 PDWS, is a compact personal defense weapon (PDW)
designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. Created in response to NATO requests for a
replacement for 9×19mm Parabellum firearms, the P90 was designed as a compact but powerful firearm for vehicle crews, operators of crew-served weapons, support personnel, special forces, and counterterrorist groups. Featuring a compact bullpup design with an integrated reflex sight and fully ambidextrous controls, the P90 is an unconventional weapon with a futuristic appearance. It’s design incorporates several innovations such as a unique top-mounted magazine and FN’s small-caliber, high-velocity 5.7×28mm ammunition.
The P90 is currently in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations, such as Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Greece, India, Malaysia, Poland, and the United States. In the United States, the P90 is in use with over 200 law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 5.7x28mm
  • Operation: Closed-bolt blowback
  • Capacity: 50 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 5.8 lb.
  • Overall Length: 19.88
  • Rate of fire: 900 RPM
HK - UMP45

Heckler & Koch

HK UMP 45

With the UMP, Heckler & Koch has developed a versatile submachine gun the likes of which did not exist before on the world market. A weapon that can cover three calibers simply by exchanging a few assemblies: 9 mm x 19, .40 S&W and .45 ACP.
The UMP combines top-rate performance with simple handling and high safety standards. The modular fiber-reinforced polymer receiver guarantees the necessary ruggedness with minimized overall weight. As a typical member of the HK family of weapons, the UMP is a highly effective, economical alternative for military and law enforcement applications.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Operation: Blow Back, Closed Bolt
  • Capacity: 25 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 5.4 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 8″
HK - MP5

Heckler & Koch

HK MP5

Probably the most popular series of submachine guns in the world, it functions according to the proven
roller-delayed blowback principle. Tremendously reliable, with maximum safety for the user, easy to
handle, modular, extremely accurate and extraordinarily easy to control when firing – HK features that
are particularly appreciated by security forces and military users worldwide.
There are now well over 100 variants of the MP5 available to cover the large number of different tactical
requirements for a wide variety of users. whether on land, on the water or in the air – The MP5 is universally applicable, making it usable in all areas and under all conditions.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: roller-delayed blowback
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 5.6 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 8.9″
  • Rate of fire: 800 RPM
HK - MP5K

Heckler & Koch

HK MP5K

Probably the most popular series of submachine guns in the world, it functions according to the proven roller-delayed blowback principle. Tremendously reliable, with maximum safety for the user, easy to handle, modular, extremely accurate and extraordinarily easy to control when firing – HK features that are particularly appreciated by security forces and military users worldwide. The MP5K is the ultimate close-quarters weapon. Created for use in very confined spaces, it is optimally suited both for active engagement of individual targets, and for personal defense. With its low weight
and compact size, it offers a decisive advantage: The weapon can be carried concealed on the person without limiting the carrier ‘s freedom of movement.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: roller-delayed blowback
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 5.6 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 4.5″
  • Rate of fire: 900 RPM
HK - MP5SD

Heckler & Koch

HK MP5SD

Probably the most popular series of submachine guns in the world, it functions according to the proven roller-delayed blowback principle. Tremendously reliable, with maximum safety for the user, easy to handle, modular, extremely accurate and extraordinarily easy to control when firing – HK features that are particularly appreciated by security forces and military users worldwide. In developing the silenced MP5SD, Heckler & Koch responded to the special requirements of special forces units. Despite its integrated silencer element, it has the same length and shape as an unsilenced submachine gun. Unlike most conventional silenced submachine guns, it fires standard ammunition
types with the same effect. The use of special subsonic ammunition is not necessary. The integrated silencer element suppresses the muzzle flash extremely effectively, as a result of which the weapon is also excellent for night operations using low-light amplifiers. No wonder the MP5SD is one of the most accurate silenced submachine guns of its type.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: roller-delayed blowback
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.2 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 5.7″
  • Rate of fire: 700 RPM
ISRAELI - UZI

UZI IMI

UZI

The Uzi (Hebrew: עוזי, officially cased as UZI) is a family of Israeli open-bolt, blow back operated submachine guns. Smaller variants are often considered to be machine pistols. The Uzi was one of the first weapons to use a telescoping bolt design which allows the magazine to be housed in the
pistol grip for a shorter weapon. The first Uzi submachine gun was designed by Major Uziel Gal in the late 1940s. The prototype was finished in 1950. First introduced to IDF special forces in 1954, the weapon was placed into general issue two years later. The Uzi has found use as a personal defense weapon by rear-echelon troops, officers, artillery troops and tankers, as well as a frontline weapon by elite light infantry assault forces. The Uzi has been exported to over 90 countries. Over its service lifetime, it has been manufactured by Israel Military Industries, FN Herstal, and other manufacturers.
From the 1960s through the 1980s, more Uzi submachine guns were sold to more military, law enforcement and security markets than any other submachine gun ever made.

  • Manufacturer: UZI IMI
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: Blow Back, Open Bolt
  • Capacity: 25, 32 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 7.7 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 10.2″
  • Rate of fire: 600 RPM
ITHICA - M3A1 "Grease Gun"

Ithaca

M3A1 “GREASE GUN”

The M3 is an American .45-caliber submachine gun adopted for U.S. Army service on 12 December 1942, as the United States Submachine Gun, Cal. .45, M3. The M3 was chambered for the same .45 ACP round fired by the Thompson submachine gun, but was cheaper to produce and lighter, although, contrary to popular belief, it was less accurate. This myth stems from a US Army training film portraying the M3 as more accurate than its counterparts. The M3 was commonly referred to as the “Grease Gun” or simply “the Greaser,” owing to its visual similarity to the mechanic’s tool.

  • Manufacturer: Ithaca
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Operation: Blowback, open bolt
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 7.95 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 8″
  • Rate of fire: 450 RPM
SIG - MPX

SIG Sauer

SIG MPX

The SIG MPX is a gas-operated submachine gun designed and manufactured by SIG Sauer and is primarily chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge. It is gas-operated firearm, featuring a closed, rotating bolt. These design features, rare in submachine guns, were chosen to enhance the safety of the user and to have a more reliable firearm. It was designed in 2013 and was released to the general public in 2015. It features the SIG Sauer short stroke push-rod gas system to reduce the recoil and improve the reliability of the weapon. The MPX, in its second generation, features a system that would allow for conversion from 9mm to .357 SIG or .40 S&W. SIG Sauer also used the same gas piston system to develop the SIG MCX carbine.

  • Manufacturer: SIG Sauer
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: Short Stroke Gas operated
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.1 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 8″
  • Rate of fire: 850 RPM
STEN - MKV

STEN

MK V

The STEN (or Sten gun) was a family of British submachine guns chambered in 9×19mm and used extensively by British and Commonwealth forces throughout World War II and the Korean War. They had a simple design and very low production cost, so they were also effective insurgency weapons for resistance groups. The Sten is a blowback-operated submachine gun firing from an open bolt with a fixed firing pin on the face of the bolt. This means the bolt remains to the rear when the weapon is cocked, and on pulling the trigger the bolt moves forward under spring pressure, stripping the round from the magazine, chambering it and firing the weapon all in the same movement. There is no breech locking mechanism, the rearward movement of the bolt caused by the recoil impulse is arrested only by the mainspring and the bolt’s inertia. The basic operating principles were like those of the German MP40, Russian PPSh-41, US M3 submachine gun and numerous other designs. These shared similar attributes and faults; they were simple and cheap to manufacture, and put an automatic weapon into the hands of soldiers, greatly increasing the short-range firepower of the infantry, especially when the main infantry weapon was a bolt-action rifle capable of only around 15 rounds per minute and not suited for short-range combat.
However, the open-bolt firing mechanism, short barrel, and use of pistol ammunition severely restricted accuracy, with an effective range of around 100m. Introduced in 1944, the Mk V was essentially a better-quality, more elaborate version of the Mk 2. Changes included a wooden pistol grip, a vertical wooden fore grip, a wooden stock, and a bayonet mount. There was a No4 Lee–Enfield foresight and the weapon was of better-quality manufacture and finish than the Mk2 and Mk3.

  • Manufacturer: STEN (Silencer Shack)
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Operation: Blow Back, Open Bolt
  • Capacity: 32 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 7.1 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 7.7″
THOMPSON - 1921 "Tommy Gun"

Thompson

1921 "Tommy Gun"

The Thompson submachine gun is an American submachine gun invented by John T. Thompson in 1918 which became infamous during the Prohibition era, being a signature weapon of various crime syndicates in the United States. It was a common sight in the media of the time, being used by both law enforcement officers and criminals. The Thompson submachine gun was also known informally as the
“Tommy Gun”, “Tôm Sông”, “Annihilator”, “Chicago Typewriter”, “Chicago Submachine”, “Chicago Piano”, “Chicago Style”, “Chicago Organ Grinder”, “Drum Gun”, “The Chopper”, and simply “The Thompson”. The Thompson was favored by soldiers, criminals, police, FBI, and civilians alike for its large .45
ACP cartridge, accuracy, and high volume of fully automatic fire. It has since gained popularity among civilian collectors for its historical significance. It has considerable significance in popular culture, especially in works about the Prohibition era and World War II and is among the best-known firearms in
history.

  • Manufacturer: Thompson
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Operation: Blow Back, Open Bolt
  • Capacity: 20, 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 10.8 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 12″
  • Rate of fire: 800 RPM
THOMPSON - M1

Thompson

M1

The Thompson was favored by soldiers, criminals, police, FBI, and civilians alike for its large .45 ACP cartridge, accuracy, and high volume of fully automatic fire. It has since gained popularity among civilian collectors for its historical significance. It has considerable significance in popular culture, especially in works about the Prohibition era and World War II and is among the best-known firearms in
history. Responding to a request for further simplification, the M1 was standardized in April 1942 as the United States Submachine Gun, Cal. .45, M1. Rate of fire was reduced to approximately 600–700 rpm. First issued in 1943, the M1 uses a simple blowback operation, with the charging handle moved to the side. The flip-up adjustable Lyman rear sight was replaced with a fixed L sight. Late M1s had triangular guard wings added to the rear L sight, which were standardized on the M1A1. The slots adjoining the magazine well allowing the use of a drum magazine were removed. The less expensive and more-easily manufactured “stick” magazines were used exclusively in the M1, with a new 30-round version joining the familiar 20-round type. The Cutts compensator, barrel cooling fins, and Blish lock were omitted while the buttstock was permanently affixed. Late production M1 stocks were fitted with reinforcing bolts and washers to prevent splitting of the stock where it attached to the receiver. The British had used improvised bolts or wood screws to reinforce M1928 stocks. The M1 reinforcing bolt and washer were carried over to the M1A1 and retrofitted to many of the M1928A1s in U.S. and British service.

  • Manufacturer: Thompson
  • Caliber: .45 ACP
  • Operation: Blow Back, Open Bolt
  • Capacity: 20, 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 10.8 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 10.5″
  • Rate of fire: 700 RPM
GERMAN - MP40

GERMAN

MP40

The MP 40 (Maschinenpistole 40) is a submachine gun chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge. It was developed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by the Axis powers during World War II. Designed in 1938 by Heinrich Vollmer with inspiration from its predecessor the MP 38, it was heavily used by infantrymen (particularly platoon and squad leaders), and by paratroopers, on the Eastern and Western Fronts as well as armored fighting vehicle crews.[5][6] Its advanced and modern features made it a favorite among soldiers and popular in countries from various parts of the world after the war. It was often called “Schmeisser” by the Allies, after Hugo Schmeisser, who designed the MP 18, although he was not involved in the design or production of the MP40. The weapon’s other variants included the MP 40/I and the MP 41. From 1940 to 1945, an estimated 1.1 million were produced.

  • Manufacturer: Erfurter Maschinen- und Werkzeugfabrik GmbH
  • Caliber: 9×19mm
  • Operation: Straight blowback, open bolt
  • Capacity: 32 round magazine
  • Weight: 8.75 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 9.9 i
  • Rate of Fire: 500 RPM
B&T - APC9

B&T

APC9

The APC series was designed in the 2000s, as a modern submachine gun that would be cheaper to produce than the intermediate cartridge assault carbines that were seeing an increase in military usage during this period. The APC uses a straight blowback gas system, however the addition of a proprietary hydraulic buffer system in the receiver back plate helps dampen recoil. In 2019 B&T was awarded a contract from the US Army which included an order for up to 1000 units.

  • Manufacturer: Brügger & Thomet
  • Caliber: 9×19mm
  • Operation: Straight blowback
  • Capacity: 30 round magazine
  • Weight: 5.5 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 6.9”
  • Rate of Fire: 1080 RPM
Full Auto Rifles
ARSENAL - SAM7 SFK

Arsenal Inc.

SAM7 SFK

The AK-47 is one of the oldest assault rifles in the world, created in the mid-1940s and implemented into the Soviet Armed Forces in 1949. Since then, it’s grown to be perhaps the most popular assault rifle, with at least 75 million units built. Named the “Kalashnikov” or “AK” for short, this assault rifle is well-known in pop culture. This rifle also has a long history with political, revolutionary, and terrorist movements. It started as a pivotal part of the Soviet Army following World War II. Because of the AK-47‘s durability and relatively low production costs, the rifle quickly spread around the world, often on the black market or as an arms deal. That makes this an especially good choice for political or history buffs.

  • Manufacturer: Arsenal Inc.
  • Caliber: 7.62 x 39 mm
  • Total length: 29.92 in. (970 mm)
  • Weight w/o magazine: 7.1 lbs
  • Muzzle velocity: 2,329 fps (710 m/s)
  • Effective range: 500 m (547 yds)
  • Maximum range: 1350 m (1,480 yds)
  • Rate of Fire: 600 RPM
ARSENAL - AK47 SAM7R

ARSENAL INC.

AK-47 SAM7R

The AK-47 is one of the oldest assault rifles in the world, created in the mid-1940s and implemented into the Soviet Armed Forces in 1949. Since then, it’s grown to be perhaps the most popular assault rifle, with at least 75 million units built. This example hails from Bulgaria, manufactured by Arsenal, Inc. whose meticulous attention to detail delivers a rifle of unequaled strength, precision and durability. This rifle offers a unique combination of authenticity and high quality features which are hard to find in other AK rifles on the US market.

  • Manufacturer: Arsenal, Inc.
  • Caliber: 7.62x39mm
  • Operation: Long Stroke Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 9 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 16″
  • Rate of fire: 600 RPM
BROWNING - M1918A2 "BAR"

BROWNING

M1918 BAR

The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) is a family of American automatic rifles and machine guns used by the United States and numerous other countries during the 20th century. The U.S. Army used the BAR as a light machine gun, often fired from a bipod.
Although the weapon did see some action in World War I, the BAR became standard issue in the US Army in 1938, when it was issued to squads as a portable light machine gun. The BAR saw extensive service in both World War II and the Korean War and saw limited service in the Vietnam War.

  • Manufacturer: Browning
  • Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
  • Operation: Gas-operated, rising bolt lock
  • Capacity: 20 round magazine
  • Weight: 15.98 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 24 in
  • Rate of Fire: 600 RPM
CZ - BREN 805

CZ

805 BREN

The CZ 805 BREN modular assault rifle is a gas-operated (short-stroke gas piston) selective fire selfloading rifle with a rotating breechblock and cold hammer forged chrome lined barrel manufactured by CZUB. The modular design currently enables users to change the caliber of the weapon to 5.56x45mm or 7.62×39 mm intermediate cartridges by quick change of barrel with gas tubes, breech block, magazine bay and magazine. CZ BREN is a series of battle rifles, namely the CZ 805 BREN, CZ 807 and CZ BREN 2, created by Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod in 2006 to replace the Sa vz. 58 in the Czech Army. The CZ 805 BREN is used by the Czech military, Indonesian special forces, Mexican police, Slovak Army, Egyptian airborne forces and Republican Guard.

  • Manufacturer: CZ (Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod)
  • Caliber: 5.56
  • Magazine Type: 30 Round Magazine
  • Frame: Carbon Fiber-reinforced Polymer
  • Barrel Length: 14.17 in
  • Weight: 5.86 lbs
  • Overall Length: 25.8 in
  • Rate of fire: 850 RPM
FN - M4

FN

M4

The M4A1 is a fully automatic variant of the M4 carbine – a shorter and lighter variant of the M16. It went into service in 1994 to replace the M16 in certain roles. The M4A1 trigger group operates on either Safe, Semi-Automatic, or Fully Automatic settings. Cartridges are the 5.56x45mm (.223) NATO cartridge that is magazine fed. Firing is achieved via a direct impingement gas operating system. It is primarily used by special operations.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
  • Operation: Direct impingement
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.36 lb.
  • Overall Length: 29.75″ – 33″
  • Effective Range: 500 – 600m
  • Rate of fire: 700 – 950 RPM
FN - M16

FN Herstal

M16

The FN® M16A4 is an M16A2 with a removable handle and full-length quad picatinny rail. The M16A2 weapon system was developed at the request of the United States Marine Corps to improve on the M16A1 and went into large scale production by 1987. Improvements included a thicker barrel in front of the front sight, modified flash suppressor (closed on bottom), new polymer buttstock (lighter and stronger, faster barrel twist (from 1:12 to 1:7) and spent case deflector for left-hand users.
The M16A4 is chambered to fire the 5.56x45mm (.223) NATO cartridge. It is a select fire rifle having semi-automatic and three-round-burst fire capabilities. Cartridges are magazine fed, and firing is achieved via a direct impingement gas operating system.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
  • Operation: Direct impingement
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.36 lb.
  • Overall Length: 29.75″ – 33″
  • Effective Range: 500 – 600m
  • Rate of fire: 700 – 950 RPM
FN - SCAR 16

FN Herstal

SCAR 16

Chambered for the high-velocity 5.56x45mm NATO/.223 Remington cartridge, the selective-fire FN SCAR 16’s innovative gas-operated, short-stroke piston system reduces fouling for greater reliability.
The FN SCAR 16 system features three user-interchangeable, free-floating cold hammer-forged MILSPEC barrels with hard-chromed bores and three-prong flash suppressors. Fully ambidextrous operating controls instantly adapt the FN SCAR 16 to any user. The receiver-integrated MIL-STD-1913 optical rail plus three accessory rails enable mounting of a wide variety of tactical lights and lasers. The side-folding polymer stock is fully adjustable for comb height, length of pull, and is colored authentic Flat Dark Earth (FDE).

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Operation: Short Stroke Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.7 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 10″
  • Rate of fire: 625 RPM
FN - SCAR 17

FN Herstal

SCAR 17

Firing the long-range, hard-hitting 7.62x51mm NATO/308 Winchester cartridge, the selective-fire FN SCAR 17’s innovative gas-operated, short-stroke piston system reduces fouling for greater reliability.
The FN SCAR 17 system features three user-interchangeable, free-floating cold hammer-forged MILSPEC barrels with chrome-lined bores. Fully ambidextrous operating controls instantly adapt the FN SCAR 17 to any user. The receiver-integrated MIL-STD-1913 optical rail plus three accessory rails enable mounting of a wide variety of tactical lights and lasers. The side-folding polymer stock is fully adjustable for comb height, length of pull, and is colored authentic Flat Dark Earth (FDE).

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Operation: Short Stroke Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 20 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 7.7 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 13″
  • Rate of fire: 600 RPM
HK - 416D

Heckler & Koch

HK 416D

The Heckler & Koch HK416 is a rifle designed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. Although its design
is based on the AR-15 class of weapons, specifically the Colt M4 carbine family issued to the U.S. military, it uses a proprietary short-stroke gas piston system derived from the ArmaLite AR-18 (the same system was also used in Heckler & Koch’s earlier G36 family of rifles). It is the standard assault rifle of the Norwegian Armed Forces, selected by the French Armed Forces to replace the FAMAS, and was the weapon used by SEAL Team Six to kill Osama Bin Laden in 2011.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO
  • Operation: Short Stroke Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 8.5 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 10.5″
  • Rate of fire: 700-900 RPM
HK - G36C

Heckler & Koch

HK G36C

Developed by Heckler & Koch in the mid-1990s, the G36 is a true modular weapon system in caliber 5.56 x 45mm NATO (.223 Remington). Constructed almost entirely of a tough, carbon fiber reinforced polymer material and using a simple, clean shooting, self-regulating, operating rod gas system; the G36 provides the user with a lightweight weapon that delivers high performance with extremely low maintenance. The G36 uses an HK-proprietary operating system found on several current Heckler & Koch arms, including the HK416. The G36 gas system uses a piston to drive an operating rod to control the function of the bolt, preventing propellant gases and the associated carbon fouling from entering the weapon’s interior. This increases the reliability of the weapon and extends the interval between stoppages. It also reduces operator cleaning time, heat transfer to the bolt and bolt carrier, and wear and tear on critical components. Exhaustively tested and currently fielded with the German and Spanish Armed Forces the G36 is also used by military, law enforcement, and government customers of more than 40 countries.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO
  • Operation: Short Stroke Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.2 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 9″
HK - G36

Heckler & Koch

G36

Developed by Heckler & Koch in the mid-1990s, the G36 is a true modular weapon system in caliber 5.56 x 45mm NATO. Constructed almost entirely of a tough, carbon fiber reinforced polymer material the G36 provides the user with a lightweight weapon that delivers high performance with extremely low maintenance requirements. Exhaustively tested and currently fielded with the German and Spanish Armed Forces the G36 is also used by military, law enforcement, and government customers of more than 40 countries.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO
  • Operation: Short Stroke Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.2 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 9″
  • Rate of fire: 750 RPM
HK - G3 SG1

Heckler & Koch

G3 SG1

The G3SG/1 is a sniper enhanced variant of the G3 rifle that was made at the request of the Deutsche Bundeswehr (German Army). It most closely resembles the G3 rifle and retains almost all the standard features. The differences are not readily visible. The barrels are handpicked for accuracy, and the standard buttstock has a slightly adjustable cheekpiece. The G3SG/1 (SG stands for Scharfschützengewehr or sharp shooting rifle) has one of the most interesting trigger groups ever designed by HK. This is a trigger that combines the ability to “set” the trigger by pushing the button behind the trigger to the rear when in the semi-auto mode to give the firer the best trigger pull available from an HK rifle in this genre. This trigger when in set mode, is lighter and crisper than the PSG1 trigger group. Further, and quite surprising, is the addition of fully automatic capability on top of everything else. This  appears to be a rifle designed to cover all contingencies. This trigger group is even more like a Swiss watch inside than even the ambidextrous burst groups. Quite a few of these rifles were imported by Class Three Supply and others several years ago, both as pre and post 86 dealer samples. They came in green wooden cases.

  • Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
  • Caliber: 7.62 x 51
  • Operation: roller-delayed blowback
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 10 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 17.7″
  • Rate of fire: 600 RPM
INLAND - M2 CARBINE

INLAND

M2 Carbine

When originally designed, the M1 carbine was intended to have only selective-fire capabilities. When actual production on the gun began, the decision was made to not include that feature. Full automatic fire capabilities were included in the design of the M2 carbine, an upgraded selective-fire version of the M1 released in 1944. The M2 included improvements to the rear sight, the addition of a bayonet lug and other improvements off of the M1 design. This is a late WWII M1 Carbine as manufactured by Winchester that was subsequently converted to the fully automatic M2 configuration. The upgrade was considered a success, however, there were tradeoffs. The M2 included a heavier 30-round magazine which put greater strain on the magazine catch. This necessitated the development of a studier catch. This further required a modification on the slide, sear and stock. When engaged in full automatic fire, the T4 model could shoot off 750 rounds a minute while generating a manageable recoil. While many carbines were manufactured as M2s the only real difference between the M1 and M2s was the fire control group they belonged to. The military issued soldiers field conversion kits (T17 and T18) to easily convert M1s into serviceable M2s. History looks back upon the M2 carbine as an anomaly of sorts. Historians to this day debate and struggle as to how best categorize the M2 carbine. More powerful than a submachine gun, it can be considered an assault rifle.

  • Manufacturer: Inland
  • Caliber: 30 Carbine
  • Weight w/o Magazine: 7.5 lbs
  • Effective range: 300m (328yds)
  • Rate of fire: 900 RPM
RUGER - KAC 556

RUGER

KAC 556 "Mini-14"

The Mini-14 was first introduced in 1973 by Sturm, Ruger & Co. The name Mini-14 was coined because it
resembles a smaller version of the military M14 rifle. The Mini-14 rifle employs an investment cast, heat-treated receiver and is mechanically similar to the M1 rifle, with a self-cleaning, fixed-piston gas system. Initial rifles were produced with a complex, exposed bolt hold open device with no button for manual engagement. Stocks were somewhat angular and heat shields were made of wood. These rifles, with serial number prefixes before 181, were tooled and redesigned with a new stock, new bolt hold-open mechanism, and other small changes.
In 2003, the design was overhauled to improve accuracy and update the styling while at the same time
reducing production costs. The standard Mini-14 was discontinued and the name became the family name for all Mini-14 type rifles. As of 2005, all Mini-14 type rifles are now based on the Ranch Rifle design, with integral scope bases, a non-folding ghost ring aperture rear sight and a winged front sight similar to that used on the Ruger Police Carbine. These upgraded rifles have serial numbers beginning with 580 and are sometimes referred to as 580 series Ranch Rifles. They also have a new modified gas system designed to reduce barrel vibration and are capable of shooting 2-inch groups at 100 yards (2 minute of angle (MOA) accuracy).

  • Manufacturer: Ruger
    Caliber: 5.56
  • Operation: Gas operated
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.6 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 13″
  • Rate of fire: 750 RPM
STYER - AUG

Steyr

AUG

The Steyr AUG is a selective-fire, bullpup assault rifle with a conventional gas-piston-operated action that fires from a closed bolt.[9] It is designed as a Modular Weapon System that could be quickly configured as an assault rifle, a carbine, a submachine gun and even an open-bolt light machine gun.

The AUG is chambered for the 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge and has the standard 1:9 rifling twist that will stabilize both SS109/M855 and M193 rounds. Some nations including Australia, Ireland and New Zealand use a version with a 1:7 twist optimized for the SS109 NATO round. The submachine gun variants are chambered in either 9×19mm Parabellum or .40 S&W.

  • Manufacturer: Steyr Arms
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
  • Operation: Gas Piston
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 6.5 lb.
  • Overall Length: 26.2″ – 34″
  • Effective Range: 300m
  • Rate of fire: 680 – 750 RPM
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BROWNING - M1919

Browning

M1919

The M1919 Browning is a .30 caliber medium machine gun widely used during the 20th century, especially during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. An air-cooled development of the standard US machine gun of World War I, the John M. Browning-designed M1917, the M1919 saw service as a light infantry, coaxial, mounted, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun by the U.S. and many other countries. Although it began to be superseded by newer designs, such as the M60, in the latter half of the century, it remained in use in many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries and elsewhere for much longer. The M1919 was manufactured during World War II by three different companies in the United States; Buffalo Arms Corporation, Rock Island Arsenal, and the Saginaw Steering Gear division of General Motors. In the UK, production was chiefly by BSA. Originally unit priced at $667 each, mass production lowered the price to $141.44.

  • Manufacturer: Browning
  • Caliber: 7.62 x 51 mm
    Weight w/o belt: 32.5 lbs
  • Effective range: 1800 m (1968 yds)
  • Rate of fire: 500 RPM
FN - M240 B

FN Herstal

M240 B

The FN® M240 family of medium machine guns (7.62x51mm NATO) has long been employed by all services of the U.S. Armed Forces. The FN M240B is the “go to/can do” medium machine gun for all branches of the U.S. military, offering absolute reliability, extended range, and an exceptional service life. This weapon’s high volume of fire makes it the principal suppressive fire instrument for the infantry platoon and company. The M240 is one of the most essential and widely used small arms in Iraq and Afghanistan. The M240 B’s cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel has a hard-chromed bore for longer life and improved accuracy. The receiver is machined steel and is equipped with a top-mounted MIL-STD1913 optical rail. The cross-bolt safety and curved trigger help enhance operator control.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Operation: Open bolt
  • Capacity: Belt Fed
  • Barrel Length: 21.7″
  • Overall Length: 48.5″
  • Rate of fire: 650 RPM
FN - M249 SAW

FN Herstal

M249 SAW

The FN M249 SAW (also known as the FN MINIMI) has been a mainstay throughout the U.S. military since 1986 and is currently in service in more than 30 countries. The M249 SAW is designed to be used on the front lines where it really matters, providing crucial support at the infantry squad/fire team level by providing highly accurate fire plus the maneuverability to take the objective. The ergonomically shaped polymer buttstock contains a hydraulic buffer that allows SAW gunners to maintain a high rate of fire with accuracy and effect.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm
  • Operation: Open bolt
  • Capacity: Belt Fed
  • Weight: 17 lb.
  • Barrel Length: 20.5”
  • Overall Length: 40.75”
  • Effective Range: 800m (point target) – 3600m (maximum range)
  • Rate of fire: 775 RPM
FN - MK 46

FN Herstal

MK 46

The 5.56x45mm FN MK 46 MOD 1 is the lightweight U.S. special operators’ variant of the FN M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW). The MK 46 MOD 1 incorporates improved receiver pins, a feed tray with retention pawls and a vented
hand guard with improved heat shield and three MIL-STD-1913 rails. The MK 46 MOD 1’s cold hammer forged MIL-SPEC barrel has a hard-chromed bore for longer life, improved accuracy and serves as the mounting point for the carry handle. The receiver is formed steel and is equipped with a top-mounted MIL-STD-1913 optical rail. A hydraulic buffer greatly reduces recoil, helping the operator keep more rounds on target. The cross-bolt safety and curved trigger help enhance operator control.

  • Manufacturer: FN Herstal
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm
  • Operation: Open bolt
  • Capacity: Belt Fed
  • Weight: 15.4 lb.
  • Barrel Length: 16.3”
  • Overall Length: 36.22”
  • Effective Range: 800m (point target) – 1800m (maximum range)
FN - MK 48

FN

MK 48

The FN MK 48 brings the extended range and greater penetration of the hard-hitting 7.62x51mm round in a lighter, more compact platform. In use by U.S. special operators, it was designed to be light and compact enough to keep up with fast-moving troops as they maneuver on and close with the enemy. The MK 48  can additionally augment conventional ground forces as well, when a maneuverable, lightweight larger caliber machine gun is needed.

The MK 48 incorporates improved receiver pins, a new gas block and a vented hand guard with improved heat shield and three MIL-STD-1913 rails. The MK 48’s cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel has a hard-chromed bore for longer life and improved accuracy, and serves as the mounting point for the carry handle. The receiver is formed steel and is equipped with a top-mounted MIL-STD-1913 optical rail. A hydraulic buffer greatly reduces recoil, helping the operator keep more rounds on target. The crossbolt safety and curved trigger help enhance operator control.

  • Manufacturer: FN
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
  • Operation: Open-bot
  • Capacity: 30 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 18.26 lb.
  • Overall Length: 39.75″
  • Effective Range: 800m
  • Rate of fire: 730 RPM
GERMAN - MG42

GERMAN

MG 42

The MG 42 (shortened from German: Maschinengewehr 42, or “machine gun 42”) is a 7.92×57mm Mauser general-purpose machine gun designed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the second half of World War II. It was intended to replace the earlier MG 34, which was more expensive and took much longer to produce, but both weapons were produced until the end of World War II. Designed to be low-cost and easy to build, the MG 42 proved to be highly reliable and easy to operate. It is most notable for its very high cyclic rate for a gun using full power service cartridges, averaging about 1,200 rounds per minute compared to around 850 for the MG 34, and perhaps 450 to 600 for other common machine guns like the M1919 Browning or Bren. This ability made it extremely effective in
providing suppressive fire, and its unique sound led to it being nicknamed “Hitler’s buzzsaw”. The MG 42 was adopted by several armed organizations after the war and was both copied and built under license. The MG 42’s lineage continued past Nazi Germany’s defeat, forming the basis for the nearly identical MG1 (MG 42/59), chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO, which subsequently evolved into the MG1A3, and later the Bundeswehr’s MG 3, Italian MG 42/59, Yugoslav nearly identical Zastava M53, Swiss MG 51 and SIG MG 710-3, Austrian MG 74, and the Spanish 5.56×45mm NATO Ameli light machine gun, and lent many design elements to the American M60 and Belgian MAG.

  • Manufacturer: German
  • Caliber: 7.62 x 51
  • Operation: Recoil operated, roller lock
  • Capacity: Belt Fed
  • Weight: 25.5 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 20.9″
  • Rate of fire: 1,500 RPM
TROMIX CORP - M60

Tromix Corp.

M60 Machine Gun

The M60 is a gas-operated, air-cooled, belt-fed, automatic machine gun that fires from the open-bolt position and is chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge. It has a cyclic rate of fire of around 500–650 rounds per minute (RPM). The design drew on many common concepts in firearms manufacture of the period, such as stamped sheet metal construction, belt feed (a modified mechanism for belt feed from the MG42 with a single pawl), quick barrel replacement, a pistol grip and stock, and a Semi bullpup design similar to the FG 42. The M60’s operating system of an operating rod turning a rotating bolt was inspired by the FG 42, which was based on the much earlier Lewis Gun. The M60 was even constructed with a secondary assisting firing pin spring that is used in the FG 42 in semi-automatic mode even though it is unnecessary in the M60, which operates only in fully automatic mode. The M60 was designed for mass production, just like the MG42 it was based on. While the M1919
required much machining for its large, recoil operated internal mechanisms, the M60’s stamped sheet receiver had a gas operated, carrier-cammed bolt mechanism; the same type of mechanism was used on the Lewis machine gun. The straight-line layout allowed the operating rod and buffer to run directly back into the buttstock and reduce the overall length of the weapon.

  • Manufacturer: Tromix Corp.
  • Caliber: 7.62 x 51
  • Operation: Open Bolt -Gas short stroke piston
  • Capacity: Belt Fed
  • Weight: 23 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 22″
  • Rate of fire: 600 RPM
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COLT - 1877 "Bulldog Gatling Gun"

COLT

1877 "Bulldog" Gatling Gun

The Gatling gun is one of the best-known early rapid-fire spring loaded, and hand cranked weapons. Invented by Richard Gatling, it saw occasional use by the Union forces during the American Civil War in the 1860s, which was the first time it was employed in combat. It was later used in numerous military conflicts, including the Boshin War, the Anglo-Zulu War, and the assault on San Juan Hill during
the Spanish American War.
The Gatling gun’s operation centered on a cyclic multi-barrel design which facilitated cooling and synchronized the firing-reloading sequence. Each barrel fired a single shot when it reached a certain point in the cycle, after which it ejected the spent cartridge, loaded a new round, and, in the process,
allowed the barrel to cool. This configuration allowed higher rates of fire to be achieved without the barrels overheating.

  • Manufacturer: Colt
  • Caliber: .15-70 Govt
  • Operation: Crank Handle
  • Capacity: 20 Round Magazine
  • Weight: 170 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 18.25″
  • Rate of fire: 1,200 RPM
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GENERAL ELECTRIC - M134 "Mini Gun"

COLT

M134 MINI GUN

The M134 Minigun is a 7.62×51mm NATO six-barrel rotary machine gun with a high, sustained rate of fire (2,000 to 6,000 rounds per minute).[2] It features a Gatling-style rotating barrel assembly with an external power source, normally an electric motor. The “Mini” in the name is in comparison to larger-caliber designs that use a rotary barrel design, such as General Electric’s earlier 20 mm M61 Vulcan, and “gun” for the use of rifle ammunition as opposed to auto cannon shells. In the 1960s, the United States Armed Forces began exploring modern variants of the electric-powered, rotating barrel Gatling-style weapons for use in the Vietnam War. American forces in the Vietnam War, which used helicopters as one of the primary means of transporting soldiers and equipment through the dense jungle, found that the thin-skinned helicopters were very vulnerable to small arms fire and rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) attacks when they slowed down to land. Although helicopters had mounted single-barrel machine guns, using them to repel attackers hidden in the dense jungle foliage often led to overheated barrels or cartridge jams. To develop a more reliable weapon with a higher rate of fire, General Electric designers scaled down the rotary-barrel 20 mm M61 Vulcan cannon for 7.62×51mm NATO ammunition. The resulting weapon, designated M134 and known as the “Minigun”, could fire up to 6,000 rounds per minute without overheating. The gun has a variable (i.e. selectable) rate of fire, specified to fire at rates of up to 6,000 rpm with most applications set at rates between 3,000–4,000 rounds per minute.

The Minigun was mounted on Hughes OH-6 Cayuse and Bell OH-58 Kiowa side pods; in the turret and on pylon pods of Bell AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters; and on door, pylon and pod mounts on Bell UH-1 Iroquois transport helicopters. Several larger aircraft were outfitted with miniguns specifically for close air support: the Cessna A-37 Dragonfly with an internal gun and with pods on wing hardpoints; and the Douglas A-1 Skyraider, also with pods on wing hardpoints. Other famous gunship airplanes are the Douglas AC-47 Spooky, the Fairchild AC-119, and the Lockheed AC-130.

  • Manufacturer: Colt
  • Caliber: 7.62×51mm NATO
  • Operation: Six-barrel rotary machine gun with a high, sustained rate of fire
  • Capacity: 200 Rounds
  • Weight: 85 lbs
  • Barrel Length: 558.8mm
  • Rate of fire: 2,000 to 6,000 rounds per minute
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