Friday, April 25, 2008

Daftar Spesifik Senjata-Senjata Milik Terroristm Corp. (Edisi ini Machine Gun).

Para pengunjung blog ini, pada halaman berikut ini kami memperkenalkan senjata-senjata yang sudah menjadi hak milik T-Corp, edisi ini adalah Machine Gun yang dari model paling lama sampai model terbaru abad ini.
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Dibawah ini adalah daftar-daftar spesifik senjata Machine Gun, berikut dibawah ini,


AUG /Hbar (Austria)


caliber 5.56mm NATO
V0 945 m/s
weigth 4,9kg w/o magazine
Length 900 mm
Length of barrel 621 mm
feeding box magazine 30 or 42 rounds
rate of fire 680 rpm

FN Minimi (Belgium) / M249 and Mk.46 model 0 (USA)


FN Minimi - Belgian-made version of basic machine gun. Note the lack of the heat shield above the barrel, and the tubular buttstock.


FN M249 SAW


FN Minimi Para - a short-barreled "paratrooper" version with telescoped buttstock in extended position


FN Minimi SPW - Special Purpose Weapon, a lightened version with Picatinny rail adapters, Para type buttstock (shown folded) and belt feed only (no magazine feed installed)


FN Mk.46 model 0 - a variation of the Minimi SPW, with additional Picatinny rail on the heat shield and the different butt, developed for US Special Forces.

Standard model Para model Mk.46 mod.0 / SPW model
Caliber 5.56x45mm NATO
Weight 7.1 kg 7.1 kg 5.75 kg
Length 1040 mm 914 / 776 mm 908 / 762 mm
Barrel length 465 mm 349 mm 406 mm
Feeding belt or magazines belt only
Rate of fire, cyclic 750 - 1000 rounds per minute 750 - 1000 rounds per minute 750 rounds per minute


FN MAG (Belgium) / M240 (USA)


FN MAG in American M240B configuration of late manufacture (with Picatinny rail on the top of the receiver and plastic butt)


FN MAG / M240D pintle-mounted machine gun of late manufacture (with Picatinny rail on the top of the receiver)


FN MAG / M240G, lightened USMC modification, with no heat shield on the barrel

Caliber: 7,62x51mm NATO
Weight: 11 - 13 kg on bipod (depending on version), ~21 kg on tripod
Length: 1260 mm
Barrel length: 545 mm
Feed: belt
Rate of fire: selectable, 650-750 and 950-1000 rounds per minute


Fabrique Nationale (FN) BRG-15 (Belgium)


BRG-15


top view on BRG-15 dual feed system

Caliber: 15.5x115 mm
Weigth: 60 kg (without mount)
Length: 2150 mm
Length of barrel: 1500 mm
Feeding: dual belt
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity: 1055 meters per second


Type 88 (QJY 88) general purpose machine gun (China)


Type 88 (QJY 88) GPMG on tripod, with belt box attached


Type 88 (QJY 88) GPMG on integral bipod, in light machine gun role


Type 88 (QJY 88) GPMG with attached belt box and telescope sight

Caliber: 5.8x42mm
Weight: 11,8 kg with bipod + 4.2 kg infantry tripod
Length: 1151 mm
Length of barrel: 600 mm
Feeding: belt, 200 rounds
Rate of fire: rounds/min


ZB 26 light machine gun (Czechoslovakia)


experimental Praha I-23 light machine gun, developed by Holek brothers at Prague arms factory in 1923


ZB vz.26 light machine gun, right side


ZB vz.26 light machine gun, left side


ZB 30 machine gun

Caliber: 7.92x57 mm Mauser
Weight: 8,9 kg
Length: 1168 mm
Length of barrel: 600 mm
Feeding: box magazine, 20 rounds
Rate of fire: 500 rounds/min


type 52 and 52/57 (vz.52 and vz. 52/57) (Czechoslovakia)


vz. 52/57 machine gun with belt box mounted at the right side Caliber: vz.52 - 7.62x45mm Czhech; vz.52/57 - 7.62x39mm Soviet
Weigth: 8.0 kg withouth belt or magazine
Length: 1045 mm
Length of barrel: 583 mm
Feeding: belt, 50 rounds or box magazine, 25 rounds
Rate of fire: ca. 900 rounds/min with belt; ca 1150 rounds/min with magazine


MAC M. 1924/29 light machine gun (France)


MAC Mod. 1924/29 light machine gun, right side
MAC Mod. 1924/29 light machine gun, left side
Caliber 7.5x54 m29
Weight 8.9 kg
Length 1070 mm
Barrel length 500 mm
Feed box magazine, 25 rounds
Rate of fire 450-500 rounds per minute


AAT M.52 / Mod. F1 machine gun (France)


AAT M.1952 machine gun in light role, on bipod, left side


AAT M.1952 machine gun in light role, on bipod, right side


AAT M.1952 machine gun in medium role, on tripod

Caliber 7,5mm French (AAT-52); 7,62mm NATO (AAT F-1)
Weigth ca. 10 kg on bipod with light barrel; ca. 23 kg on tripod with heavy barrel
Length 1245 mm with long (heavy) barrel
Length of barrel 500 or 600 mm
Feeding belt 50 or 200 rounds
Rate of fire 700 rounds per minute


MG-34 (Germany)


MG-34 as a light machine gun, with 50 rounds belt drum-like box


MG-34, same configuration; note different position of the bipod


MG-34 on bipod, withouth belt


MG-34 as a medium gun, on tripod "Lafette-34", with telescope sight and 250 rounds belt


MG-34, closeup view on the receiver


MG-34, barrel change; see how receiver is swung out to the right


MG-34 bolt; note interrupted threads locking lugs at the bolt head (left), and studs used to rotate it (just behind threads)

Caliber: 7.92x57mm Mauser (also known as 7.9mm Mauser or 8mm Mauser)
Weigth: 10.5 kg on bipod, empty
Length: 1219 mm
Length of barrel: 627 mm
Feeding: belt, 50 or 250 rounds; double drum magazines, 75 rounds.
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity: 755 m/s (may vary depending on type of ammunition used)

MG 42 and MG 3 machine gun (Germany)


MG 42 machine gun in LMG role, right side view with bipod folded and carrying sling attached


MG 42 machine gun in LMG role, left side view, with bipod extended


MG 42 machine gun in MMG role, on infantry tripod mount Lafette 42.


MG3 machine gun in "light machine gun" role, as made under license in Pakistan


MG3 machine gun in "mdeium machine gun" role, as made in Iran


German soldier aiming the MG3, fitted with EOTech holosight red-dot optics and a 50-round plastic belt container (which appears to be empty)


Barrel change for MG 42 - barrel is unlatched and its breech part is exposed for removal.


MG-42, bolt assembly, with locking rollers and extractor claw seen at the right and belt-feed operating stud at the left


MG-42, bolt assembly schematic


MG 42MG 3
Caliber7,92x577,62x51
Weigth11,6 kg (gun) + 20,5 kg (Lafette 42 trpod)10,5 (gun) + various tripods
Length1219 mm1225 mm
Length of barrel533 mm565 mm
Feedbeltbelt
Rate of fire1200 - 1500 rounds per minute700-800 or 1100-1200 rounds per mniute


Heckler und Koch 7,62mm HK 11 / HK 21 and 5,56mm HK 13 / HK 23 machine gun (Germany)


7,62x51 mm HK 21 machine gun, original version


7,62x51 mm HK 21A1 machine gun, on tripod and with telescope sight


7,62x51 mm HK 21E machine gun, definitive version of the line


Original 7,62x51 NATO HK 11 light machine gun with double-drum 80-round magazine


7,62x51 NATO HK 11E light machine gun with 20-round magazine


5,56x45 mm HK 23E machine gun with belt box attached


5,56x45 mm HK 23E machine gun with loose belt and optional telescope sight


Early production 5,56x45mm HK 13 light machine gun with 100-round double drum magazine

Data for belt-fed machine guns


HK 21E HK 23E
Caliber 7,62x51 mm NATO 5.56x45 mm NATO
Weigth 9.3 kg on bipod 8.7 kg on bipod
Length 1140 mm 1030 mm
Length of barrel 550 mm 450 mm
Feeding box magazine 20 or 30 rounds,
drum 80 rounds or belt 50 or 100 rounds
box magazine 20 or 30 rounds,
drum 100 rounds or belt 50 or 100 rounds
Rate of fire 800 rounds/min 800 rounds/min

Data for magazine-fed machine guns

HK 11E HK 13E
Caliber 7,62x51 mm NATO 5.56x45 mm NATO
Weigth 7,6 kg on bipod 8.0 kg on bipod
Length 1030 mm 1030 mm
Length of barrel 450 mm 450 mm
Feeding box magazine 20 or 30 rounds or double drum 80 rounds box magazine 20 or 30 rounds or double drum 100 rounds
Rate of fire 700 rounds/min700 rounds/min


Heckler-Koch HK MG4 MG 43 machine gun (Germany)


Early version of the HK MG 43 machine gun


Production version of the HK MG4 as adopted by Bundeswehr, with telescope sight installed and bipod folded


HK MG4 machine gun, with bipod and carrying handle extended and open sights installed

HK MG4 / MG4 E HK MG4 KE
Caliber 5.56x45mm NATO
Weight 8,1 kg (7.9kg MG4 E) 7,7 kg
Length 1030 mm 950 mm
Barrel length 482 mm 402 mm
Feed belt
Rate of fire 880 (770 MG4 E) rounds per minute 770 rounds per minute


Bren light machine gun (UK)


Czechoslovak-made ZGB-30 prototype machine gun in .303 caliber


Czechoslovak-made ZGB-33 prototype machine gun in .303 caliber


Bren Mk.1 light machine gun, right side


Bren Mk.1 light machine gun, left side


Bren Mk.2 light machine gun


Bren Mk.3 light machine gun (note the short barrel)


Bren L4A4 light machine gun in 7,62x51 NATO caliber

BREN Mk.1

BREN Mk.3

BREN Mk.4

BREN L4A4

Caliber

7,7x57R (.303)

7,62x51 NATO

Weight, kg

10,04

8,76

8,69

8,68 (with bipod)

Overall length, mm

1156

1082

1090

1156

Barrel length, mm

635

565

565

635

Cyclic rate of fire, rounds per minute

500

480

520

520

Feed and capacity

Magazines, box 30 rounds or pan 100 rounds

Box magazine, 30 rounds

Box magazine, 30 rounds



Negev machine gun (Israel)


Negev machine gun, in standard configuration and with 200-round belt container clipped to the magazine housing
Image: IWI Ltd.


Negev machine gun, with short "Commando" barrel, forward assault grip, red-dot sight and 150-round ammunition container
Image: IWI Ltd.


Negev machine gun, with short "Commando" barrel, forward assault grip, laser aiming module and 150-round ammunition container
Image: IWI Ltd.


Negev machine gun with Commando barrel, removed bipod and folded butt; note that rear sight is replaced by Picatinny rail
Image: IWI Ltd.


Negev machine gun with Commando barrel and Galil-type box magazine
Image: IWI Ltd.


Negev StandardNegev Commando
Caliber5,56x45 NATO
Weight7,4 kg7,0 kg
Overall length1020 / 780 mm890 / 680 mm
Barrel length460 mm330 mm
Rate of fire850 - 1150 rounds per minute
Feed systemBelt or box magazine, 30 or 35 rounds


Kalashnikov RPK-74 light machine gun (USSR/Russia)


Kalashnikov RPK-74 light machine gun, original 1974 model with wooden furniture and red plasctic magazine


Kalashnikov RPK-74 light machine gun, recent production model, with black plastic furniture and magazine


Kalashnikov RPK-74M light machine gun, current production model with foldable butt and side rail mount for optical or night sights


Kalashnikov RPK-74M light machine gun, butt folded

Caliber 5.45x39 mm
Weight 4,7 kg empty
Length 1060 mm
Length of barrel 590 mm
Feeding box magazine 45 rounds
Rate of fire 600 rounds per minute

PKP Pecheneg (Petcheneg) machine gun (Russia)


PKP Pecheneg machine gun, with belt box attached; production / current issue model


Details of the barrel jacket with cooling ports and carrying handle of PKP Pecheneg machine gun


View on the muzzle and bipod of the PKP Pecheneg machine gun

Caliber: 7.62x54mm R
Weight: 8.7 kg on bipod; 12.7 kg on infantry tripod mount
Length: 1155 mm
Length of barrel: 658 mm
Feeding: belt, 100 or 200 rounds
Rate of fire: 650 rounds/min

Degtyarov - Shpagin DShK / DShKM 12.7 heavy machine gun (USSR)


Original 12,7mm DK heavy machine gun of 1930, with drum magazine


DShK heavy machine gun in ground configuration, with shield and late style muzzle brake


DShK heavy machine gun in AA configuration, with shield and wheels removed, and tripod extended. Muzzle brake is of early (original) style.
The particular gun on photo is from museum collection in St.Petersburg and it was used to shoot down several German airplanes during the Great patriotic war of 1941-45. The plate on tripod shows the gunner (with war decorations) and tells the story of the gun.


Post-war DShKM with the shield discarded. Note the flat belt-feed unit


Post-war DShKM mounted on a Soviet tank

Click here to view a scematic of the DShK belt feed unit (50Kb JPEG file)

Caliber: 12,7x109 mm
Weight: 34 kg MG body, 157 kg on universal wheeled mount with shield
Length: 1625 mm
Length of barrel: 1070 mm
Feeding: belt 50 rounds
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min

NSV-12,7 "Utjos" heavy machine gun (USSR/Russia)


NSV-12,7 heavy machine gun on 6T7 infantry tripod


NSV-12,7 on ZPU anti-aircraft mount

Caliber: 12,7x109 mm
Weight:
25 kg gun body, 41 kg on tripod 6T7 with 50 rounds of ammo
Length: 1560 mm (1900 mm on 6T7 tripod)
Length of barrel: 1346 mm
Feeding: belt 50 rounds
Rate of fire: 700-800 rounds/min


Kord 12.7 6P50 heavy machine gun (Russia)


Kord heavy machine gun on 6T7 infantry tripod


Kord heavy machine gun on 6T19 lightweight mount, with belt box, early model


Kord heavy machine gun on 6T19 lightweight mount, with belt box, current production model

Caliber: 12,7x108 mm
Weight: 25 kg (gun body) plus 16 kg (6T7 tripod) or 7 kg (6T19 lightweight mount with bipod)
Length: 1980 mm
Length of barrel: no data
Feeding: belt 50 rounds
Rate of fire: 650-750 rounds/min


Vladimirov KPV-14.5 heavy machine gun (USSR/Russia)


Vladimirov KPV-14.5 heavy machine gun on Kharanin-designed wheeled mount, right side; the scope mount is a recent addition and is non-standard


Vladimirov KPV-14.5 heavy machine gun on Kharanin-designed wheeled mount, left side


Vladimirov KPV-14.5 heavy machine gun on Kharanin-designed wheeled mount, view on the receiver and controls


ZPU-4 quad mount with four KPVT-14,5 machine guns


KPVT-14,5 tank / armored vehicle heavy machine gun

Caliber 14.5x115 mm
Weight 49.1 (gun body, KPV) + 105 (wheeled infantry mount) or 39 (infantry tripod)
Length 2000 mm
Length of barrel 1350 mm
Feeding belt 40 or 50 rounds
Rate of fire 600 rounds per minute


SIG MG50 / M/51 machine gun (Switzerland)


SIG MG50 (M/51) machine gun in .30-06 caliber in 'light' role, on bipod
SIG MG50 (M/51) machine gun in 'medium' role, on tripod and with telescope sight
Caliber 6.5x55, 7.5x55, 7.62x63 (.30-06) and 7.92x57
Weight 13.4 kg (with bipod) + 19.7 kg (SIG tripod)
Length 1245 mm
Barrel length 600 mm
Feed belt
Rate of fire Selectable, 600-700 and 900-1100 rounds per minute


M60 M60E3 M60E4 machine gun (USA)


The .30-06 T44 experimental machine gun, which combined design of FG 42 rifle and feed system of MG 42 machine gun. The T44 served as a first step in development of M60 machine gun.


M60 machine gun on integral bipod (note how gas cylinder is safe-wired to protect it from self-disassemblying)


M60 machine gun on infantry tripod


M60E3 light machine gun


US Navy SEAL fires M60E3 machine gun


M60E4 / Mk.43 mod.1 machine gun (note Picatinny rails on receiver cover and forend), and removable front grip

M60

M60E3

M60E4

Caliber

7.62x51 NATO

Weight, kg

10.4 (with bipod) + 6.8 (M122 tripod)

8.5 (with bipod)

10.5 (long barrel)
10.2 (short barrel)
9.9 (assault barrel)

Overall length, mm

1,067

1,077

1,066 (long barrel)
939 (short barrel)
965 (assault barrel)

Barrel length, mm

560

558

560 (long)
441 (short)
423 (assault)

Cyclic rate of fire, rounds per minute

550

550

550

Feed and capacity

Belt, 100 or 200 rounds



Stoner 63 weapon system: light machine gun XM202 and Mark 23 (Mk.23 mod.0) (USA)


Stoner 63A weapon in Commando light machine gun configuration, same as US S.E.A.L. Mark 23 Model 0 gun. Weapon is shown with complete set of subassemblies and barrels, necessary to convert to other configurations, such as magazine-fed light machine gun or assault rifle.
photo: Western Firearms


Stoner 63A weapon in Commando light machine gun configuration. Note that it is late version, with right side belt feed
photo: Western Firearms


Stoner 63A weapon in magazine-fed light machine gun configuration, with longer and heavier barrel. Note that sights are offset to the left because of overhead magazine
photo: Western Firearms


Stoner 63A weapon in magazine-fed light machine gun, partially disassembled
photo: Western Firearms


Earlier version of Stoner 63 light machine gun, with left-side feed, mounted on tripod


diagram from original US patent, granted to Eugene Stoner for design of Stoner 62 / 63 weapon system, showing assembly of rifle (top) and belt-fed LMG (bottom) configurations

data for Stoner 63A Commando / Mk.23 mod.0 LMG
Caliber:
5.56x45mm M193
Weight: 5.31 kg empty
Length: 1020 mm
Length of barrel: 400 mm
Feeding: magazine 30 rounds or belt 100 or 150 rounds
Rate of fire: 700 - 1000 rounds per minute



FN MAG (Belgium) / M240 (USA)


FN MAG in American M240B configuration of late manufacture (with Picatinny rail on the top of the receiver and plastic butt)


FN MAG / M240D pintle-mounted machine gun of late manufacture (with Picatinny rail on the top of the receiver)


FN MAG / M240G, lightened USMC modification, with no heat shield on the barrel

Caliber: 7,62x51mm NATO
Weight: 11 - 13 kg on bipod (depending on version), ~21 kg on tripod
Length: 1260 mm
Barrel length: 545 mm
Feed: belt
Rate of fire: selectable, 650-750 and 950-1000 rounds per minute


Mk. 48 model 0 7.62 mm Lightweight Machinegun (USA)


Mk. 48 mod. 0 machinegun prototype - basically an FN Minimi, scaled up from 5.56 to 7.62mm


Mk. 48 mod.0 machinegun fitted with RIS (Rail Interface System), optical scope and assault handle under the barrel


Mk.48 mod.0 on winter trials

Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
Weight: 8.2 kg without ammunition and optical sights
Length: ~ 1000 mm
Length of barrel: no data
Feeding: belt
Rate of fire: ~ 700 rounds/min


Browning M1921 M2 M2HB M2B-QCB heavy machine gun (USA)


John Browning testing his prototype .50 caliber heavy machine gun, circa 1919


Twin AA mount with Browning M2 water-cooled machine guns in action


Browning M2HB air-cooled machine gun on M3 tripod


Browning M2HB-QCB air-cooled machine gun of current manufacture with quick-change barrel, on M3 tripod

Caliber: .50BMG (12,7x99mm)
Weight: 38 kg MG, 58 kg complete with M3 tripod
Length: 1650 mm
Length of barrel: 1140 mm
Feeding: belt
Rate of fire: 450-600 rounds/min



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