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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2145 em: Setembro 17, 2018, 01:59:34 pm »
Kalashnikov AK-200 series assault rifles and AM-17 compact assault rifle Army-2018

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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2146 em: Outubro 17, 2018, 11:13:02 am »
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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2147 em: Outubro 19, 2018, 07:37:56 pm »
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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2148 em: Outubro 20, 2018, 02:28:40 pm »
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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2149 em: Outubro 25, 2018, 10:09:34 am »
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Russians Replace AK-74M With Redesigned Rifles

The Russian military is replacing their AK-74M assault rifles with the new AK-12 and AK-15 models.

The Russians have wanted to update their assault rifles for a long time. It has not been a priority though since they had more AK-74s than they had soldiers. The AK-74 is a 5.45mm rifle that is the descendant of the venerable 7.62mm AK-47 which was first used in 1947. The AK-74 appeared in the 1970s and the M variant was introduced in 1991. The Russian military has stockpiled about 2 million AK-74s of various versions.

Besides the number of AK-74s the Russians have in stock, the volatility of the Russian military budget, due to oil price changes and economic sanctions, has placed a damper on the modernization project. Furthermore, the Russians were looking for sufficient improvement in the new models to warrant spending the money on new weapons.



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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2151 em: Outubro 27, 2018, 02:16:08 pm »
em relação à Bren nos sites internacionais dizem ainda que a arma de calibre 5,56 tem um coice muito inferior à das outras armas tornando-a muito mais confortável e fácil de usar...

a CZ Bren 2, a Beretta ARX160 e a FN SCAR são armas modernas e boas que mereciam serem avaliadas para fornecer as FA...

não entendo porque é que em Portugal só aparece a HK nos concursos e fornecimentos!...

e a ser a HK, porque não o modelo 433 tem menos plástico e tem um ar mais credível e robusto?...e é mais barata!...
 

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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2152 em: Outubro 27, 2018, 03:58:44 pm »
em relação à Bren nos sites internacionais dizem ainda que a arma de calibre 5,56 tem um coice muito inferior à das outras armas tornando-a muito mais confortável e fácil de usar...

a CZ Bren 2, a Beretta ARX160 e a FN SCAR são armas modernas e boas que mereciam serem avaliadas para fornecer as FA...

não entendo porque é que em Portugal só aparece a HK nos concursos e fornecimentos!...

e a ser a HK, porque não o modelo 433 tem menos plástico e tem um ar mais credível e robusto?...e é mais barata!...

Pelo que eu tenho lido, nem a Italiana nem a Belga  são isentas de problemas. Já a HK433 ainda tem tudo para provar, é que ao contrário do que as pessoas dizem os Alemães/Norte-Americanos estão longe de serem perfeitos, tanto que a HK416 já vai na versão A7. Eu prefiro que o Exército adquira algo já limado por anos de uso do que a última novidade que pode ou não ser bom.


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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2153 em: Outubro 30, 2018, 05:45:10 pm »
 

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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2154 em: Novembro 05, 2018, 10:16:36 am »
https://www.tactical-life.com/firearms/rifles/meridian-project-alpha-ak-74-review/?fbclid=IwAR1ST12Y0FLOl_atcfvIt_9IXtRVD-ZbIUeahIbFLoP1TDzN50vOZlvWrd8

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Want to see the author in action with Meridian Defense Project Alpha AK-74? Head over to BallisticMag.com.

It is a rare day that we see a member of the U.S. special operations community with a stock weapon. These operators are well known for customizing their guns and improving their functioning. This phenomenon is not limited to the U.S., however.

From Russia With Love
The pipe hitters in mother Russia have their own preferences when it comes to the AK platform as well.

For instance, well-known firearms trainer Larry Vickers recently paid a visit to Russia, and video footage showed that the Russians were indeed following Western influence and adapting the venerable AK to the 21st century. Now, it is important to understand that the gentlemen at the center of the visit and subsequent custom gun builds are not just young soldiers with online shopping skills. The visit was with Spetsgruppa “A,” also known as Alpha Group. They’re officially Directorate “A” of the FSB Special Purpose Center. In short, this is an elite standalone sub-unit of Russia’s special operations community.

Much like our own Delta Force, they are cloaked in secrecy. The KGB created Alpha Group in 1974 in response to the Black September attacks at the Munich Olympics two years earlier. Alpha Group also survived the collapse of the Soviet Union and currently operates under the auspices of the FSB, the successor to the KGB. It is important to understand this because of the skill and experience of the group’s operators. The choices they make on their guns are serious. During the video with Larry Vickers, we see U.S. optics and stocks, Bulgarian muzzle brakes and a variety of other handpicked items on these rifles. This started a storm of people trying to replicate those guns. The parts were almost impossible to come by over here, however.

MDC’s Answer
Enter Meridian Defense Corp. (MDC) and its Project Alpha AK-74. This gun represents the closest thing to a special operations AK-74 available outside of Russia.

The project jumped to life when the engineers at MDC had the opportunity to get the very special sourced parts for the project. They acted immediately. The rifle is 922r compliant, and all of the Russian parts were sourced from U.S. dealers.

As you can see, the Alpha is the product of hard work and a ton of research. The build was methodical and time consuming to say the least. The parts that MDC secured aren’t exactly “off the shelf” and required a ton of time to source and secure.

The Project Alpha AK-74 Build
Chambered in 5.45x39mm, the rifle has a chrome-lined, 12.4-inch barrel made by MDC. Then you have three components from Zenitco: the B-30 handguard, the B-31 gas tube cover and the B-33 receiver cover. The B-33 caught my eye because it is a fantastic choice for this build. It’s a hinged design that gives easy access to the internals without needing to remove the optic. It is also well known for keeping optics zeroed, which has been a challenge with other railed top covers.

The video posted by Larry Vickers showed the guns using a variety of the multi-piece, Krink-style Bulgarian flash suppressors. For the Alpha, MDC has gone with the compact Strela flash suppressor, and it worked well on my test sample. The design is intended to drive sound and muzzle flash downrange, away from the shooter and those nearby.It does that quite well. The extended charging handle is another Strela component, and it was easy to grab and manipulate during testing.

The rifle also came with a tuned AK Trigger (AKT) from ALG Defense. It had a very nice, clean break and was far superior to a standard AK trigger. Finally, the test gun sported an Armacon AK folding stock adapter and a Magpul CTR buttstock.






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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2155 em: Novembro 08, 2018, 10:15:38 am »
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FIRST LOOK: The FN SCAR 20S Is Coming to the Civilian Market
BASED ON THE US MILITARY'S MK20 SNIPER SUPPORT RIFLE, THE FN SCAR 20S IS A CIVILIAN VARIANT THAT DOESN’T DISAPPOINT AT LONG RANGE.

The FN SCAR 20S is officially coming to the civilian market. The new civilian version is based on an impressive military background.

FN’s SCAR 17 is one of the most reliable, accurate and dependable 7.62mm NATO battle rifles on the market today. The select-fire SCAR 17 is still in service with U.S. Special Missions Units, and the semi-auto SCAR 17S is one of the few that regularly survives Gunsite Academy’s Battle Rifle class unscathed. Similar rifles reportedly suitable for hard use drop like flies in that class, some prior to the end of Day One.

Lightweight with moderate recoil, the piston-driven SCAR 17 platform is simple, straightforward and accurate under the harshest conditions. So it’s no wonder that our most elite special operations soldiers looked to the SCAR 17 (or MK17 in military parlance) when they wanted a reliable, battle-hardened 7.62mm NATO set up for accurate, longer-range fire. The result was the MK20 Sniper Support Rifle (SSR).









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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2156 em: Novembro 14, 2018, 01:44:34 pm »
https://www.tactical-life.com/firearms/handguns/first-look-remington-model-700cp-pistol/?fbclid=IwAR08LF_kSOhC0LwPd7g1xl924RzVA3-oRfWlR9gTg17Ky4MhFvCt7qZYXEs
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The Remington Model 700CP Build
Remington aficionados will remember the XP-100 bullpup bolt-action pistol that still has its cult following. The 700CP is looking to pick up where that pistol left off.

It is a true bolt action, but with a pistol grip and a short barrel. The barrel comes in two different lengths, depending upon which of the three calibers it is chambered for:

.308 = 12.5 inches
.223 & .300 AAC Blackout = 10.5 inches

he guns are setup to be used with any AI (Accuracy International) pattern magazines in this chassis. The model I shot had Magpul magazines.

The top has an 8-inch removable Picatinny rail. The forend is free floated and features M-LOK attachment points on all eight sides for the full length.

A word about scopes on this pistol. It needs one. There are no iron sights. And your rifle scopes won’t work very well. You need to use a pistol scope. It is simply a matter of eye relief.

Instead of your eye sitting 2 inches behind the scope, your eye sits about 15 inches back. Remington fit the test pistol I shot with a Leupold 4X power fixed scope. It worked well and finding the reticle proved easy.




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Re: Armas de Fogo Ligeiras e seus Acessórios
« Responder #2157 em: Hoje às 10:49:24 am »
https://www.tactical-life.com/lifestyle/military-and-police/combat-handgun-information-age/?fbclid=IwAR2DG8MycGAvkZhEhNmtvgvSuTMkSJZyb1EUEmpmACP4WXsOnOydRW_8eIY
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Examining the combat handgun needs context. Real-life is usually a good start.

On Sept. 25, 1993, a former co-worker of mine named Dale Shrader was piloting a UH60 Blackhawk helicopter under night vision goggles just above the rooftops in Mogadishu, Somalia. The sordid events described in the book “Black Hawk Down” would occur a mere six days later.

Dale’s Blackhawk was hit suddenly and unexpectedly in the fuselage by an RPG antitank rocket. The aircraft caught fire immediately. Dale managed a controlled crash into downtown Mogue. The aircraft skidded fully 100 meters before coming to rest.

Dale and Perry Alliman, his fellow pilot, barely escaped the burning wreck with multiple broken bones and severe burns. Their other three crew members succumbed to the flames despite Dale’s best efforts to rescue them.

The most striking aspect of the story, to my recollection, was how shockingly unexpected it had been. One moment you are tearing across the cityscape in a high performance combat aircraft — familiar, safe, and comfortable. The very next, you are grievously injured and otherwise alone in hostile territory surrounded by armed militia intent on killing you.

Perry was so badly injured as to be combat ineffective. Dale had a broken wrist and severe burns, but he could move under his own steam. Between them they had two M9 9mm pistols and a pair of survival knives. For whatever reason, neither of their survival radios was operational. It was pitch dark and the Somalis were hunting them.

Dale fought off the probing Somalis armed with Kalashnikovs and hand grenades for nearly an hour with nothing more than these two handguns, killing at least one enemy combatant in the process. When the situation seemed most dire and their ammunition was expended, Dale and Perry readied themselves for death.

Suddenly, an unidentified young Somali emerged from the darkness. He led them to an armored personnel carrier crewed by soldiers from the United Arab Emirates. They were safe.






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