10 best gun specifications

#10. M14

Type : Semi or Fully Automatic Rifle
Caliber : 7.62 x 51 mm (.30 inch)
Muzzle Velocity : Approximately 2,799 feet per second
Rate of Fire : 700-750 rounds per minute

At the end of World War II, with the platoon of American infantry brings different weapon-4 and also different ammo types-4.The U.S. Army decided to develop a weapon that can perform many tasks. The result is an M14. First used in 1957, the new weapons are accurate it had stopping power which is great with the standard 7.62 mm NATO bullets. Used massively in Viet Nam, the soldiers love the strength and accuracy but problematic with heavy weapons and ammunition. Not long ago, it was replaced by the M16 is lighter. But some of the fixed front line wear them, especially for the sniper rifle.

#09. STURMGEWEHR 44/STG 44

Type : Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin : Germany
Caliber : 7.92 x 33 mm Cartridge Capacity : 30 rounds Muzzle Velocity : Approximately 2,133 feet per second
Rate of Fire : 500 rounds per minute

Germany has not fought with Russia when it became apparent that infantry troops armed with bolt action Mausers Germany didn’t get a good position in the battle against automatic weapons Russia. In response, Germany weapon developers came up with a revolutionary new weapon, called% u20AC% u0153senapan assault/assault rifle (direct translation of the word Sturmgewehr). the key to success lies in this gun bullets 7.92 mm allows automatic gunfire and reply effectively. Soldiers could also bring in more ammunition. Though his presence was too late to turn things around Germany is already lost, but this weapon is a new innovation in its time.

#08. 1903 SPRINGFIELD

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 7.62 x 63 mm (.30-06 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 5 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,700 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 10 rounds per minute

Bad performance on the rifle Krag-Jorgensen Norway used u.s. troops at war American-made weapons designers at Spain looking for standard infantry weapons again. They borrow the 7 mm Mauser rifle, Germany, adds a bit of modification, and create a bermagasin rifle, which is a phenomenal increase accuracy. 1903 quickly gained a reputation as an accurate firearm and stronger on the war at Belleau Wood in 1918, U.s. Marines armed with springfield 1903 cut enemy counter-attack from a distance of 700 to 800 yards. It continued to be used in World War II, Korea war, even as a sniper rifle in the Viet Nam war.

#07. STEYR AUG

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Bull-Pup Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: Austria
Caliber: 5.56 x 45 mm (.22 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 30 and 42
rounds Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 3,084 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 650 rounds per minute

Looking for a weapon that was more like in science fiction movies, the most serious defects of the Steyr AUG is its scare potential buyers after it was introduced in 1977. In the Bull-pup configuration that is radical, almost all of the system are behind the trigger, and the result is a compact weapon, and easy to use.

#06. MAUSER K98k CARBINE

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: Germany
Caliber: 7.92 x 57 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 5 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: approximately 2,822 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 10-15 rounds per minute

First produced in the late 19th century, Mauser 98 is a perfect combination of innovation the rifle which took place in the late 19th century: gunpowder, smokeless powder can filled with magasin, and especially, the feature% u201Cbolt% u201D action which became the basis of hunting rifles in the present era. The original Model was used during the first world war and produce a great effect, but when Germany began arming in the 1930s, the rifle 98 Gets an upgrade that makes lightweight and easier lenih is shot. Although it is inevitable that this weapon was defeated by automatic rifle, this gun as a weapon the best defenders of all time.

#05. FN FAL

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Rifle
Country of Origin: Belgium Caliber: 7.62 x 51 mm (.30 inch) Cartridge Capacity: 20 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,700 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 650-700 rounds per minute

Inspired by the StG 44, Belgium weapons factory, Fabrique Nationale (FN) develops a similar pelurunya FAL StG 44. However when NATO issued the standard 7.62 mm bullets needs, design and make FN gun overhaul that could have filled a lot of bullets and powerful. FN FAL with the soon to be classic weapons during the cold war, used by over 50 countries even FAL hard fired when using full auto mode. The rifle is providing service good on Australia’s troops in Viet Nam, war on Israel troops during the six day war and used by the United Kingdom and Argentina in the Falklands war.

#04. M1 GARAND

Type: Semiautomatic Rifle
Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 7.62 x 63 mm (.30-06 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 8 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,838 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 30 rounds per minute

Adopted by U.S. armed forces in 1936, M1 Garand proved to be a formidable gun 5 years later. General Patton said at the end of the World War II M1 Garand is the greatest war equipment ever invented. Although there is a little flawed, no doubt M1 Garand was the first semi-automatic rifle that is successful and M1 Garand accuracy to dominate the battlefield. More than 6 million guns were made at that time and stopped the job at the end of 1960.

#03. LEE-ENFIELD SMLE

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Caliber: 7.7 x 56 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 10 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: approximately 2,438 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 15-20 rounds per minute

The standard infantry rifle of the United Kingdom in World War I to the Suez crisis, the Lee-Enfield SMLE (read: smelly) build its reputation of accuracy, reliability, as well as the number of shots per minute which is phenomenal. His 10 rounds carrying Magasine, the most of any gun in the 50 years of the early 20th century. His Bolt action terkokang when closing, and the barrel heads prevent dust and mud into the rifle. In the hands of well-trained soldiers, the Lee-Enfield was able to perform what is called a% u201Cmad% u201D i.e. minute 30 bullets shoot targets at a distance of 200 metres in one minute. The number of shots that rival the modern semi-automatic rifle.

#02. M16

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 5.56 x 45 mm (.223 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 20-30 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 3,281 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 700-950 rounds per minute

Although it took the congestion problem during a gun fight in the early 1960 ‘s exercise, the M16 reliability through proven accuracy, handling, use, as well as effectiveness in war. M16 rifle satisfy u.s. military authorities to develop a lightweight assault rifle to replace the M1 and M14. Inovatifnya features include a mix of plastic and metal materials are lightweight, reload system (recharge cartridges) are easy and the use of 5.56 mm caliber.

#01. AK-47

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: Soviet Union
Caliber: 7.62 x 39 mm (.30 inch) Cartridge Capacity: 30 rounds Muzzle Velocity: 2,329 feet per second
Rate of Fire:600 rounds per minute

With the production of more than 75 million around the world, the AK-47 (a.k.a., Kalashnikov) is a legendary gun that might give the deadliest damage than the entire firearm of any kind. Made with the same design with the StG 44, filled with AK-47 7.62 mm bullet and was made from parts that are assembled. The AK-47 is not only easy and cheaply produced, but also easily treated and resistant to conditions that could damage other weapons. The fit is not too good, but replacing them with AK-47 assault release deadly abilities.

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