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Pump Action Shotgun - Model 870 Marine Magnum - Remington Shotguns Skip Navigation Home » Products » Firearms » Shotguns » Pump Action Model 870™ » Model 870™ Special Purpose Marine Magnum™ Model 870™ Special Purpose Marine Magnum™ Overview Specifications Overview: A highly durable 12-gauge utility gun that resists corrosion on land or water. Key Features: Receiver milled from a solid billet of steel for strength and durability Twin action bars ensure smooth, reliable non-binding action Legendary pointability and accuracy © Remington Arms Company, LLC. Expand next previous Close Previous Next

Mosin Nagant FightingArts – Articles & forums on martial arts, karate, kung fu, judo & more Welcome to Top 10 World Modern Fighter Aircraft - 2010 The J-10 adopts a “tailless delta-canard” aerodynamic layout, which was originally developed for the cancelled J-9 fighter. The aircraft has the horizontal control surfaces moved forward to become a canard in front of the wing. When the aircraft pitches up, instead of forcing the tail down decreasing overall lift, the canard lifts the nose, increasing the overall lift. Because the canard is picking up the fresh air stream instead of the wake behind the main wing, the aircraft can achieve better control authority with a smaller-size control surface, thus resulting in less drag and less weight. The aircraft employs an adjustable, chin-mounted air intake that supplies air to the single Lyulka-Saturn AL-31FN afterburning turbofan jet engine. The upper portion of the air intake is incorporated with an intake ramp designed to generate a rearward leaning oblique shock wave to aid the inlet compression process. 9- Mig-35 8- Typhoon 7 - Gripen NG Next Generation 6- Rafale 4- Su-30 /35

AK-47 Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Son coût très faible, sa robustesse, sa fiabilité et sa grande facilité d'entretien le rendent extrêmement populaire, en particulier auprès des guérillas et des pays ayant peu de moyens budgétaires pour équiper leur infanterie. C'est également une arme produite dans de nombreux pays dotés d'une industrie d'armement, particulièrement dans les anciens pays de la zone d'influence de l'Union soviétique. De toutes les armes à feu existantes dans le monde, la Kalachnikov est l'une des plus fiables. En effet, une arme de ce type s'enraye rarement : dans l'eau, dans le sable, en atmosphère humide, etc. C'est la raison pour laquelle les guérilleros et autres membres de groupes armés révolutionnaires en sont munis lors de leurs missions (désert, forêt et autres endroits hostiles). Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Gestation et naissance[modifier | modifier le code] L'AK 47 de type II Le Sturmgewehr 44 ou l'origine du AK 47 Article détaillé : AK-74.

sniper section Rifles Of The Red Star: The roots of the Mosin-Nagant snipers as used in Finland, the USSR, the DDR, and a number of other nations. There is an introduction section from Tuco, which is followed by a photo and text section from Vic Thomas. This section is one of the first of its kind in English and covers a lot of ground. Simo Hayha: A link that will take the reader to articles dealing with the greatest sniper that ever lived. Soviet Sniper Training 1932: From a posting on my forum. How To Spot A Fake PU Sniper: There are a lot of fakes being sold as the real deal. Sighting In A PU Sniper: Two articles from Paul Oats and John Mitchell that will really help one sight in their sniper rifle. Planned Articles: Modern Russian Sniper Rifles, Finnish Sniper Stories, And More. How Machine Guns Work" Historians count the machine gun among the most important technologies of the past 100 years. As much as any other factor, it set the brutal, unrelenting tone of World War I and World War II, as well as most of the wars since that time. Unlike earlier guns, which had to be manually loaded and fired, with this machine, one soldier could fire hundreds of bullets every minute, mowing down an entire platoon with only a few passes. The gun would continue to fire until the operator stopped pressing the trigger or the gun finally ran out of ammunition. Military forces had to develop heavy battle equipment like tanks just to withstand this sort of barrage. In light of their monumental role in history, it's somewhat surprising how simple machine guns really are.

Real Guns - Online Gun Sales, Hand Guns, Rifles, Shotguns, Firearms, Ballistics, Handloading, Digital Publication Military History Online Beretta Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Beretta Logo de la Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta Historique[modifier | modifier le code] En 2010, la compagnie appartient à Ugo Gussalli Beretta, un descendant direct de Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta, et est dirigée par lui et ses fils, Franco et Pietro. (La dynastie Beretta traditionnelle, de père en fils, a été brisée quand Ugo Gussalli Beretta fut choisi pour prendre la succession. Beretta est connu pour le large choix de ses produits, qui comprend des fusils à canons superposés, à canons juxtaposés, des carabines et fusils de chasse, des fusils d'assaut, des pistolets mitrailleurs, des revolvers simple et double action, des pistolets etc. À la suite de cette commande le Beretta 92 a été choisi par de nombreuses forces armées et de police, notamment l'armée française. En 1918, le Beretta 1918 était le deuxième pistolet mitrailleur à être utilisé par l'armée italienne. Catalogue[modifier | modifier le code] Pistolets[modifier | modifier le code]

Swords Of Korea History Korean Sword History Although Korean Martial arts such as Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do are well known to the world, very little is known about Korean swords and weapons. Ancient people of Korea preferred nature and art to warfare. Korean swords have a long history dating back to prehistoric times. Korean warfare during the Three Kingdom era primarily consisted of foot soldiers with spears and bows and archers on horsebacks. The sword, which Koreans call a gum (also spelled geom or kum), was a highly respected martial arts skill and swordsmen were honored during the Three Kingdom era. Korea's first metal swords are described in writings from the Paekche dynasty (18 BC - 668 AD). Sword-making in Korea severely declined as the nation embraced Confucianism in the 1300s which led to disdain for the art of war. Furthermore, during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Japanese forces occupied Korea until 1945 and destroyed many of the remaining ancient weapons or taken them back to Japan.