Precision as clocks! Germany has studied the first shelled ammunition rifle

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 Precision as clocks! Germany has studied the first shelled ammunition rifle


The G11 rifle is the worlds first shell - free ammunition rifle, developed by German HK in the late 1960s (until 1990s), with a caliber of 4.7 millimetres, 50 rounds of ammunition, 2100 high shooting speed per minute, intended to be equipped with the German, but the latest technology is too advanced and not in line with NATO. Standard, and eventually failed to equip troops. The figure is a data map of the G11 shell ammunition rifle. The G11 rifle is 750 millimeters long and the combat weight is 4.3 kilograms. The picture is the overall display of the G11 rifle. The sight effect seen through the optical target of the G11 rifle is very similar to the AUG rifle in Austria. The figure is a 4.7 mm shell munition section. The picture shows the staff of the national army of Germany showing the G11 rifle. G11s gun structure is very sophisticated and similar to the clock structure. The picture is the structural section of G11 and the schematic diagram of the feeding principle. The picture shows the gun structure and shell less ammunition display of G11 rifle. G11 the partial decomposition map of the shell ammunition rifle. The muzzle feature of the G11 rifle when it fires. Another angle takes the structure of the G11 gun. The barrel and gun parts are very complex. This is also an important reason for its defeat. Under actual conditions, it is not conducive to the maintenance and maintenance of soldiers. The figure is the G11 series of rifle genealogy. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961