M20 Super Bazooka 3.5 in (88.9 mm) A bazooka is one of a series ("M9 series" variants) of anti-armor and anti-bunker, man-portable rocket launchers that became famous during World War II. Technically named as the M9 Anti-tank Rocket Launcher, it was also called "stovepipe" and used to deliver high explosives into machine gun nests and hardened bunkers in all World War II theaters. It was one of the primary infantry anti-tank weapons used by the United States Armed Forces, and was based on the principle of the high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) shell. It impressed the German command as well, so much so they created a larger copy of it. It was nicknamed "bazooka" from a vague resemblance to the musical instrument of the same name invented and used by Bob Burns. The M1A1, M9, and M9A1 rocket launchers saw widespread use throughout World War II. The M20 weighed 14.3 pounds (6.5 kg) and fired a hollow shaped-charge 9 lb (4 kg) M28A2 HEAT rocket when used in the anti-tank role. It was also operated by a two-man team and had a claimed rate of fire of six shots per minute During the war, German armed forces captured several in early North African encounters and soon copied the U.S. design, increasing the warhead diameter to 8.8 cm (3.46 inches), as well as other slight changes, and issued it as the Raketenpanzerb?chse "Panzerschreck". The word "Bazooka" is often informally used to refer to any shoulder-launched missile weapon.
Anti-materiel rifles are similar in form and appearance to modern sniper rifles and can often serve in that role, though they are usually chambered for cartridges more powerful than is normally required for neutralizing an enemy combatant and can operate at a greater range. In general, anti-materiel rifles are chambered for 12.7x99mm NATO (.50 BMG), 12.7x108mm Russian or even 14.5x114mm Russian and 20mm cartridges. The large cartridges are required to be able to fire projectiles containing usable payloads like explosives, armour-piercing cores, incendiaries, or combinations of these, as found in the Raufoss Mk211 projectile. Due to the considerable size and weight of anti-materiel rifles and other support equipment, sniper cells operating in 2- or 3-man teams or even more team members become a necessity. Sometimes snipers use anti-materiel rifles for shooting at human targets at longer ranges.
Heckler & Koch HK416 The HK416 is an assault rifle designed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is an improved version of the M4 carbine with many changes, most notably a new style gas system borrowed from the HK G36. It is available as a complete firearm or as an upper receiver kit that fits on any AR-15 type lower receiver
The Barrett M107 is a .50 caliber shoulder fired, semi-automatic sniper rifle. Like its predecessors the rifle is said to have manageable recoil for a weapon of its size owing to the barrel assembly that itself absorbs force, moving inward toward the receiver against large springs with every shot. Additionally the weapon's weight and large
M60 machine gun The M60 (formally the United States Machine Gun, Caliber 7.62 mm, M60) is a family of American general purpose machine guns firing 7.62x51mm NATO cartridges from a disintegrating belt of M13 links. It can fire three types of ammunition, ball, tracer, and armor piercing.
M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System is intended to replace the M24 Sniper Weapon System used by snipers,Semi-Automatic Sniper, spotters, designated marksmen, or squad advanced marksmen in the United States Army. The U.S. Army
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