Kakolsr wrote:tidak dilupa..selain AK-47, askar amerika cukup takut ngn mende nih.. RPG-7rpg ni kena ada dalam tiap2 unit penyerang man....nak tembak hummer....
tidak dilupa..selain AK-47, askar amerika cukup takut ngn mende nih.. RPG-7
Tel Aviv, Israel 15 December 2003: Corner Shot, a weapon system that provides the ability to observe and engage a target from behind a corner, was officially unveiled today in Israel. Corner Shot enables security forces to completely protect themselves from the line of fire when shooting a target. The system was invented by Amos Golan and developed together with Asaf Nadel, both senior former combat and special units officers.
Corner Shot is a highly technological system that attaches to most handguns currently used by Special Forces, for example the GLOCK, SIG SAUER, CZ, BERETTA or any other handgun. It includes a small, high-resolution camera and monitor, which can observe and view a target from various vantage points. The detachable video camera enables forces to scan an area prior to pinpointing a target and broadcast the footage directly, in real time, to the operating team behind, or to a monitor at Command Post in the rear.
Corner Shot can be accurately deployed from behind any cover since the operator can view and aim via the LCD monitor which is fixed on the back of the Corner Shot.
Amos Golan, one of Corner Shots founders and a former Anti-Terror Unit Commander, said: I believe that the Corner Shot weapon system can be extremely beneficial in the global war on terror. It protects soldiers lives and increases their chances of survival, while drastically improving their ability to gather information and transmit the combat scenario as well as pinpoint and engage targets out of their line of sight. He added: Todays combat situations, especially in low intensity conflicts, involve fighting in urban terrain, and inside inhabited buildings, forced entry into airplanes, buses or trains. This unnecessarily exposes security forces to the enemy and presents an immediate risk to their lives. Corner Shot removes the need for this initial exposure.
Corner Shot contains various accessories: a variety of detachable cameras (Zoom, Day-night, Thermal), Audio/Video transmission kit, Visible and IR lasers, Tactical flashlight and more. This gives security forces a complete and reliable weapon system that enables them to respond to various close-combat situations in urban warfare. In addition - the Corner Shot shooting range is effective and accurate to 100 meters in 9mm, .40 and .45-caliber pistols. It is effective to 200 meters with a 5.7mm-caliber pistol.
The system, especially designed for urban combat, anti-terrorist operations and police SWAT operations, was developed by Pakistan Ordnance Factories. Chairman POF Board Lt Gen Syed Sabahat Husain told the visiting delegates at IDEAS 2008 that this new product of POF may meet the requirement of law enforcing agencies in order to curb the terrorist activities. The live demonstration of this gun was also shown to the delegates. According to one of the designers, Ashfaq Ahmad, the overall designing and finalizing of this gun took 6 months. Several domestic and international participants and delegates took keen interest in the newly introduced anti-terrorist weapon. Once the weapon is put into mass production, POF would take orders for its supply to prospective local and international buyers.
TDI refers to the operating system as the Kriss Super V. The system claims to compensate for recoil by utilizing moving parts that travel down into a recess behind the magazine. This means they travel vertically and forces encountered when they reach the end of their travel act downward, reducing muzzle rise. The barrel is also in-line with the shooter's shoulder as in the M16 rifle and German FG42 but also in line with the shooter's hand. Combined, these factors are advertised to create less felt-recoil and muzzle climb. The Vector has the highest sightline in comparison to the bore axis of any personal firearm. This results in significant vertical stringing with changes in range.
TDI is producing a semi-automatic version of the Kriss for sale in the U.S. TDI's new semi-automatic carbine is called the CRB/SO, with no confirmation on what the letters "CRB" stand for although it is assumed they mean "carbine". The "SO" is said to stand for "special operations". TDI has announced that it also plans on adapting the system for higher-power cartridges in the future.
sub machine gun tu memang mengancam
tapi AK-47 tetap menjadi igauan..haha
geng awek2 pun pakai..
geng adik2 pun pakai..
hahaha..macam mane senapang baru tu nak ganti..
Klang mengganazz wrote:jangan la cakap cm 2 bang.kecik ati sy,mentang2 la wataniah senjata gne m16.tap memang botol pon senjata ni berhantu,.x tarik trigger pon kadang kadang bley meletopkecik ati ke seram sejuk.....hahahaha.......lepas ni ko pakai m4 la... amik senjata baru....mintak2 derang tak bg m4 us army bekas perang desert shield...
jangan la cakap cm 2 bang.kecik ati sy,mentang2 la wataniah senjata gne m16.tap memang botol pon senjata ni berhantu,.x tarik trigger pon kadang kadang bley meletop
PEACE NOT WAR..
zackbikers wrote:styer dengan grenade launcher n scope
styer dengan grenade launcher n scope
NI T.A same ngn aku ni,maney bley tahan di punye ada launcher,daus kasi order satu.bley bikin kaa