Handguns • Handguns is a metal and hard plastics pieces of weapons. • They are small, lightweight, provide good firepower, suitable, not only for defensive but for offensive too. • There two types action styles are single and double action
PICTURE • Browning BDM (USA / Belgium • Type:Double Action or Double Action Only manually selective • Capacity: 15 rounds • Star Megastar (Spain) • Capacity: 14 (10mm) or 12 (.45) rounds • Type: Double Action • Arcus 98 DA (Bulgaria) • Capacity: 15 rounds • Type: Double Action • Namby type 14 (Japan • Capacity: 8 rounds • Type: Single Action • Colt mk. III revolvers (USA) • Type: Double Action • Capacity: 6 rounds
Shotguns • Shotguns are will know as police and not guns, but they also combat weapon. • Shotguns is for short range encounter. • The mean advantage of the shotguns is high firepower in close combat position. • There are to types of action styles are pump-action and semi-auto
PICTURE • Neostead shotgun (South Africa) • Feed: dual over-the-barrel tube magazine, 6 + 6 rounds capacity • USAS-12 (South Korea) • Capacity: 10 rounds box or 20 rounds drum detachable magazines • Type: gas operated semi-auto (select-fire version exists) • Remington 1100 (USA) • Capacity: 5 or 7 (with extension installed) rounds in underbarrel tube magazine • Heckler-Koch / Olin CAWS (Germany) • Magazine: 10 rounds detachable box magazine
Assault rifles Assault rifles (AR) was invented 1910 by famous Russian armorer, col. Fedorov Assault rifles a primary offensive weapon of modern troops. Some Assault rifles can equipped with optical or night vision scope and some with grenade launcher
Assault rifle • OICW assault rifle (USA) • Magazine capacity: 20 or 30 rounds box (KE) and 6 rounds box (HE) • Rate of fire: 650-735 rounds per minute • Kalashnikov AKS-74U assault rifle (Russia - USSR) • Magazine capacity, 30 rounds standard • Steyr Stg.77 AUG assault rifle (Austria) • Rate of fire: 650 rounds per minute • Magazines: 30 or 42 rounds box magazines
Machine guns • Machine guns (MG) was invented in USA by Hiram Maxim in 1883. • First appearance was in WWI. • Machine guns provide sustained firepower for troops against enemy troops and unarmored target. • Machine guns is very heavy. • Today almost every infantry in the world has at least on light MG.
PICTURE • MG-42 (Germany) • Rate of fire: 1200 - 1300 rounds/min • Feeding: belt, 50 or 250 round • FN Minimi (Belgium) / M249 (USA) Fabrique Nationale • rate of fire, rpm 1000 • SS-77 (Smith and Soregi, and 77 - for the year the development began). • Rate of fire 600-900 rounds per minute • Valmet KvKK 62 (Finland) • Rate of fire: 1000 - 1100 rounds/min • Feeding: belt 100 rounds in detachable round bags
Submachine guns • Submachine guns first appearance in 1915 during WWII. • Submachine gun usually eat standard or improved auto-pistol. • SMG have the size and weight comparable to the largest of handguns. • SMG providing good ability for greater firepower with auto-fire.
PICTURE • Heckler und Koch MP-5k (Germany • Rate of fire: 900 rounds per minute • Magazine capacity: 15 or 30 roundsEffective range: about 25 meters • Original MAC M10 • Rate of fire 1100 rounds per minute (1600 rpm for MAC-11 in .380) • Magazine capacity 30 , 32 roundsEffective range 25 meters • Heckler und Koch UMP (Germany) • Rate of fire: 600 - 700 rounds per minute Magazine capacity: 10, 25, 30 rounds • Rate of fire: 600 - 700 rounds per minute
Sniper rifles • Sniper rifles is to destroy valuable targets at extended range with aimed fire, and with as few ammunition as possible. • The targets mean human being ( enemy solder , armed criminal, terrorist, or president etc. • As few ammunition as possible is often mean “one shot”.
PICTURE • Heckler & Koch PSG-1 sniper rifle (Germany) • Magazine: 5 or 20 round detachable box • Action: Semi-automatic, roller-delayed blowback • Steyr AMR / IWS 2000 (Austria) • Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box mag • RT-20 Antimateriel Sniper Rifle (Croatia) • Feed Mechanism: single shot, manual loading • Operation: manual operated, bolt action
How guns work • A cannon is just a metal tube with a closed end and an open end. The closed end has a small fuse hole. • Flintlock guns where first handheld guns were essentially miniature cannons; you loaded some gunpowder, a steel ball and lit a fuse. • The next major innovation in the history of firearms was the bullet cartridge. Simply put, cartridges are a combination of a projectile (the bullet), a propellant (gunpowder, for example) and a primer (the explosive cap), all contained in one metal package
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