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Сообщение zest85 » Вс янв 01, 2012 5:10 pm

5.56mm F88 Austeyr Rifle
The Steyr AUG f88 is also known as the Stg. 77, or the AUG 77. It was designed and built in the late 1960s to replace the FN FAL rifle for the Austrian army. The design was completed in 1977, which is why the number 77 is attached to its title. Although it is not the only bullpup style rifle ever made, it was the first to be introduced to the military of any country as the main arm for troops.
The F88 is a magazine fed, gas blowback (which means some of the expanding gas from when a bullet is shot pushes another bullet into the chamber to be fired) gun. By default, the military version of the AUG has a built in 1.5x scope on the reciever. The F88 has some four interchangeable barrels that can be changed in under a minute if the shooter is aware of what he or she is doing. The AUG has a body made out of a strong polymer plastic, making it light, but durable. In an abuse test, the F88 was run over by tanks, dropped out of airplanes, burried in mud, etc... and the only damage done was to the glass lenses inside of the scope. The barrel of the F88 is threaded to accept silencers, bayonet lugs, grenade launchers and such accessories compatible with the AUG.

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Barrel length 508 mm (assault rifle) / 407 mm (carbine)
Accuracy 60 mm at 50m (5 round group)
Integrated optical sight 1.5 magnification
Magazine capacity 30 rounds
Cyclic rate of fire 680 - 850 per minute
Effective range 400 m
Weight (unloaded) 3.6 kg

The Steyr assault rifle is manufactured under licence from Steyr Mannlicher AG by Australain Defence Industries and supplied to the armed forces of Australia and New Zealand as well as other overseas countries. This state-of-the-art weapon is in service in over 30 countries. This military weapon meets today's challenging and unpredictable combat situations with the following features:
5.56mm F88 Austeyr rifle
Very high accuracy
Fully operational in the most severe climates and field conditions for lengthy periods
Easy maintenance under adverse conditions: stripping for field cleaning, maintenance or storage is possible without any tools
Lightweight but delivering heavy fire power: the rifle is made from state-of-the-art materials including high impact glass fibre reinforced polymers
A long service life
Operational in low light conditions
Accepts various aiming devices mounted on a modular Picatinny Rail - such as night firing devices
The Steyr can also be fitted with a 40mm grenade launcher, sling, bayonet, and a blank firing device.

Modification
F88C Austeyr - carbine variant, fitted with a 407 mm barrel and is normally issued to personnel serving with space constraints and weight constraints (e.g. Cavalry, Light Horse and Paratroopers)
F88S-A1 Austeyr - updated version that is issued to front-line combat infantry units. The rifle has the full length 508mm barrel and has a flat top receiver with a long MILSTD 1913 'Picatinny' rail to accommodate specialised optical devices and accessories.
F88S-A1C Austeyr - updated 407 mm barreled carbine variant, with a MILSTD 1913 'Picatinny' rail.
F88S-A2 Austeyr - an evolutionary upgrade of the current rifle to fulfill an operational capability gap. Deliveries of several thousand were completed in late-2009 to selected units for overseas service. Technical improvements in the F88SA2 include: a larger Picatinny Rail on top of the weapon, a modified sight housing, and a side rail mount for a torch and Night Aiming Devices (NAD). The colour of the weapon has also been changed to khaki to reduce the recognition signature.
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Сообщение zest85 » Вт янв 03, 2012 6:44 pm

F89 Minimi - the Army's standard light machine gun chambered for 5.56 × 45 mm NATO. The F89 is also manufactured under licence in Australia by Thales Australia (ADI). The longer flash suppressor of the FN MAG is used to enhance accuracy
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TYPE: Light machine gun.
BORE DIAMETER: 0.233in (5.56mm).
DIMENSIONS: Length overall - 40.87in (1,038mm); barrel - 18.4in (466mni).
WEIGHTS: Gun empty, with bipod and toots - 15.161b (6.88kg)
RANGES: Effective range against area target - 1,093yd (1,000m); maximum range: 2.23 miles (3.6km).
MUZZLE VELOCITY: SS109 - 3,000ft/s (915m/s); M193 3,166ft/s (965m/s).
RATE OF FIRE: Cyclic 725rpm; sustained - 850rpm.

MAG 58 - the Army's general purpose machine gun chambered for 7.62 × 51 mm NATO. It replaced the M60 machine gun.
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The FN MAG is the standard medium machine gun of many NATO countries, including the USA and Great Britain. It fires the powerful 7.62 NATO cartridge, and although the effective accuracy is little more that 2200 feet, its effective range for support fire is at least twice that.
The MAG is of solid all-steel manufacture, and features a quickly interchangable barrel. In recent US army tests it became clear that the MAG was able to fire a average of 26,000 (!) rounds between failures under battlefield conditions. This makes it arguably the most reliable medium machine gun in existence. It was this reliability that was one of the deciding factors in the US army`s deciscion to purchase the MAG as their M240 series of machine guns, replacing the M60 machine gun.
The MAG is fed by means of a desintegrating 100 round belt.
Weight: 23.7 lbs (10.85kg).
Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308).
Barrel Length: 27.8 inch (54.5 cm).
Overall Length: 50.4 inches (126 cm).
Action: Gas operated .
Mode of Fire: Fully Automatic .
Rate of Fire: 600 - 1000 Rounds per minute .
Range: 2200 feet (660 meters).
Feed: 100 round belt.
Cost: $ 2,495.
Made in: Belgium, USA.
Special: Extremely reliable, good accuracy, great availability (NATO standard).
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Сообщение zest85 » Пн янв 09, 2012 11:25 pm

Browning High Power Mk. III
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Initially, the "High Power" pistol was designed by John M. Browning in 1925 and was patented in the USA in 1927, soon after the death of the Browning. The design was aquired by Belgian state-owned company FN Herstal, and improved by FN designer Dieudonne Saive. The resulting pistol was shelved until 1935, when Belgian army was ready to adopt new sidearm. The HP was offered for trials and won, and was adopted as a Model 1935 pistol. Soon after that it was also adopted by Belgian police and by many foreign countries, including Britich Commonwealth ones (UK, Canada, Australia etc.). The High Power is the only sidearm that served for both sides in WW2 - Germany used many HPs manufactured in occupied Belgium, while Allies used HPs manufactured mostly in Canada by company Inglis. The HP continues its service well into XXI century with belgian Army and Police, British army and many other military and Law Enforcement agencies, being second longest living service pistols after the another famous Brownings' design, the Colt 1911.
Thechnically, the High Power pistol, also known as Browning HP 35, GP 35 or Model 1935, is a recoil operated, locked breech pistol. It uses linkless barrel to slide locking (see picture above), invented by Browning. The trigger is single action, with external hammer. Original HPs featured frame mounted safety at the left side of the frame, that locks both sear and slide. Modern versions, since Mark II, also featured ambidextrous safety levers, that are also more comfortable to operate. Original HPs were available with two sight wersions - with standart fixed sights, and with rear tangent sights ajustable for distance from 50 to 500 meters. Some pre- and WW2-time guns also featured backstraps with cuts to accomodate removable shoulder stocks/holsters. Grip panels were made from wood, and pistols were availabli with or without lanyard rings. The HP was the first military pistol to have high capacity, staggered column magazine for 13 rounds plus one loaded in the chamber.
Newer Military/LE versions, such as Mk.II and recent Mk.III (also marketed under the name of HP-SA with added firing pin safety), featured more modern fixed combat sights and polymer grip panels. Commercial models may feature different sight options and finiches. Lates addition to the High Power family is a variation chambered in .40S&W cartridge. It has redesigned and strenghtened slide to accomodate more powerful cartridge, and magazine capacity of 10 rounds.
In 1980's or so FN also developed version of the HP with double action trigger, that was named HP-DA. It is still marketed by FN, but didn't catch the market as well as its predescessor did.
Copies and clones of the HP are still manufactured around the worls, such as Hungarian FEG 9, Bulgarian Arcus etc.
Characteristics
Type: Single Action
Chambering: 9mm Parabellum (also 7.65mm Parabellum and .40S&W in commercial/civilian models)
Length overall: 200 mm
Barrel length: 118 mm
Weight: 885 g
Magazine: 13 rounds (10 rounds in .40SW)
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Сообщение zest85 » Пн янв 09, 2012 11:51 pm

M203 40mm Grenade Launcher
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The M203 grenade launcher has been developed between 1967 and 1968 by the AAI Corporation of USA on the contract from US Army. this contract has been issued on the basis of the experience, gained by the US armed forces in Vietnam with the M79 40mm grenade launcher (which was successful design but required an additional personal defense weapon to be carried by grenadier) and unsuccessful XM-148/CG-4 40mm underbarrel grenade launcher,developed in mid-sixties by Colt in attempt to cure deficiencies of the M79.The new underbarrel grenade launcher was intended to be used with all available 40mm ammunition, and to be attached to the existing infantry rifle then in service, the M16A1.In the late 1968 the AAI design has been type classified as XM203, and in early 1970 first M203 units went to Vietnam for field evaluation. After successful tests US Army ordered large quantities of M203, and since AAI had no resources fore mass production,the manufacturing contract has been issued to Colt. latter on, more or less exact copies of M203 were produced in Egypt, South Korea and Bulgaria (as UBGL-M1, with mount suitable for Kalashnikov AKM and AK-74 type rifles). During the 1990s, M203 went into several modifications, such as shorter-barreled M203A2 (with 9 inch barrel, as opposed to standard 12 inch barrel), intended for shorter M4 carbines used by US SOCOM, as well as versions with MIL-STD 1913 (Picatinny rail) compatible mounts. M203 launchers are still being used by US armed forces, and by many other armies, including those of Australia, Israel, South Korea, Philippines, Turkey and some others.
The M203 is a single-shot, breech-loading weapon with rifled barrel. The loading is achieved by sliding the aluminum barrel forward, then inserting the round of ammunition into the breech and sliding the loaded barrel back into the battery.The barrel is held in-battery by the manually controlled lock, which is disengaged by depressing the barrel catch lever at the left side of the launcher, above the middle of the barrel. The loaded cartridge is held at the breech face by the extractor claws, and remains stationary when barrel is opened forward. Once the barrel clears the fired case or unfired round, it is free to fall down from the breech face, so the next round can me loaded if necessary.The self-cocking firing unit with its own trigger is located at the rear of the M203 receiver, also made from aluminum alloy. The manual safety in the form of the swinging flap is located inside the trigger guard, just ahead of the trigger. The rear part of the barrel is covered with polymer handgrip. The standard M203 easily installs on the M16A1 orM16A2 type rifle, and installation requires about 5 minutes of work and a standard screwdriver for clamping screws. If necessary, M203 can be mounted on a separate shoulder-stock / pistol grip assemblies (available from several companies, such as Colt or Knight's Armament) to be used as a stand-alone weapon. Standard sights for M203 are of ladder type, and graduated from 50 to 250 meters in 50m increments. The optional quadrant sight can be installed on the left side of the M16A1/A2 carrying handle,and it allows aiming at the ranges of up to 400 meters.
Caliber: 40mm (40x46)
Overall length: 380 mm
Weight: 1.36 kg unloaded
Effective range: up to 150 meters point target, up to 350 meters area target
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Сообщение zest85 » Вс дек 09, 2012 10:44 am

Интересная презентация EF88 от Thales за 2011 год

http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2011smallarms/ ... venden.pdf

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MADRITSCH ML40AUS INTEGRATED 40MM GRENADE LAUNCHER

Madritsch has recently developed a completely redesigned version of the ML40, allowing total integration with the Steyr EF88 being developed under Land 125-3C. It features a customised fitment with the receiver accessory rail and a trigger loop now accessible from the main grip area. These improvements allow the weight of the launcher to be moved back towards the centre of mass, significantly improving the handling and weight distribution over earlier designs.
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