BROWNING M3 BELT-FED .50 BMG FULLY AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN

2019-08-18T22:57:09+00:00

BROWNING M3 BELT-FED .50 BMG FULLY AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN

The M3 is a modified M2, more popularly known as “Ma Deuce”. Some differences include the back plate as well as the charging handle. This can be fired remotely by the pilot/gunner of a helicopter or aircraft as well as manually operated in a mounted firing position.

SPECIFICATIONS

Rate Of Fire: 1,150 – 1,250 Rounds Per Minute

BROWNING 1919 BELT-FED FULLY AUTOMATIC .308

2019-08-21T10:19:44+00:00

BROWNING 1919 BELT-FED FULLY AUTOMATIC .308

This medium machine gun was manufactured during WWII. It is similar in design to the M2. It can be mounted on any vehicle, aircraft or a tripod. This gun began to be superseded by newer designs such as the M60.

SPECIFICATIONS

Rate Of Fire: 400 – 600 Rounds Per Minute

SAW (SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON) M249 FULLY AUTOMATIC .223

2019-08-21T10:24:44+00:00

SAW (SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON) M249 FULLY AUTOMATIC .223

The M249 is the designated Squad Automatic Weapon for all infantry units in the U.S. military. This belt-fed light machine gun has seen action in every major conflict of the last three decades. The SAW provides a heavy volume of fire and great accuracy for infantry rifle squads, allowing them to quickly gain fire superiority in order to maneuver on their objective.

SPECIFICATIONS

Rate Of Fire: 775 Rounds Per Minute

RPD 7.62×39 FULLY AUTOMATIC

2019-08-21T10:25:10+00:00

RPD 7.62×39 FULLY AUTOMATIC

The RPD was designed and developed in the USSR as a medium machine gun and is a precursor of most Squad Automatic Weapons. It is a belt-fed machine gun that feeds from a drum that attaches to the bottom of the gun, beneath the feed tray. The RPD fires the same 7.62×39 round made famous by the AK-47.

SPECIFICATIONS

Rate Of Fire: 700 Rounds Per Minute.

THE BATTERY GUN COMPANY GATLING GUN .45 COLT HAND CRANK

2019-08-21T10:25:50+00:00

THE BATTERY GUN COMPANY GATLING GUN .45 COLT HAND CRANK

A hand-driven machine gun. This was the first firearm to solve the problem of loading, reliability, and firing of sustained bursts. It was invented by Richard J. Gatling during the American Civil War. Years later, the technology behind the gun was re-introduced by the US military and new versions of the gun are still in use today.

SPECIFICATIONS

Muzzle Velocity: 2,000 ft/s (609 m/s)

BARRETT M95 .50 BMG

2019-08-21T10:26:18+00:00

BARRETT M95 .50 BMG

The M95 is a bolt-action, bullpup version of the semi-automatic Barrett M82. This is one of the most powerful and accurate rifles available. Barrett sniper rifles have been in use by the U.S. Military since 1990. This rifle has been featured in the movies “Shooter”, “Rambo”, “Transformers III”, “Mission Impossible III” and “Smokin’ Aces” among many others.

SPECIFICATIONS

Muzzle Velocity: 2,801 ft/s (854 m/s)

FN SPR (SPECIAL POLICE RIFLE) .308 BOLT ACTION

2019-08-21T10:27:11+00:00

FN SPR (SPECIAL POLICE RIFLE) .308 BOLT ACTION

The FN SPR (Special Police Rifle) is a bolt-action sniper rifle based on the Winchester Model 70 action. It is currently in use by the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team (HRTs). Out of the box, the SPR is one of the most accurate precision fire weapons available in .308 caliber.

SPECIFICATIONS

Muzzle Velocity: 2,500 ft/s (760 m/s)

FN SLP (SELF LOADING POLICE) 12G (SEMI-AUTOMATIC)

2018-07-25T20:23:41+00:00

FN SLP (SELF LOADING POLICE) 12G (SEMI-AUTOMATIC)

The FN SLP is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured in Belgium by FN Herstal. The SLP was named 2009 “Shotgun of the Year” by American Rifleman magazine. This is the most powerful semi-automatic firearm in our inventory.

SPECIFICATIONS

Weight: 7.7 lbs. (3.4 kg)

STEYR AUG (UNIVERSAL ARMY RIFLE) .223

2015-10-05T20:41:32+00:00

STEYR AUG (UNIVERSAL ARMY RIFLE) .223

The AUG is an Austrian bullpup assault rifle currently in use by 15+ nations around the globe, including the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Because of its futuristic look, the AUG has been featured in dozens of movies and televisions shows including “The Fifth Element”, “The Usual Suspects”, “Point Break”, “Commando”, “Kick Ass” and “Die Hard”.

SPECIFICATIONS

Muzzle Velocity: 3,182 ft/s (970 m/s)

H&K G36C

2015-10-05T20:20:05+00:00

H&K G36C

The G36C is a sub-carbine model of Heckler & Koch’s larger G36 assault rifle. It is in use by multiple counter-terrorism groups and Special Operations units around the world, Tom Cruise made this particular model famous in “Mission: Impossible III” when he used it to shoot down a UAZ on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

SPECIFICATIONS

Muzzle Velocity: 2,789 ft/s (850 m/s)