A massive container of 14,000Ct 0.12g 6MM Metalic Orange BBs. Muzzle Velocity: ~180FPS (Measured with 0.12g BBs). Includes a great spring pistol. Power: Spring Powered Single Shot. HTML Editor - Full Version. | eBay!
M107 175mm Self-Propelled Gun. These guns fired an HE shell weighing 66.6 kilograms at a muzzle velocity of 914 meters per second. The M107 was used extensively in Vietnam to provide long range fire support (being able to fire more than 30 km).
Walther P99 is a semi- automatic pistol from Germany . manufactured by Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen ... used by the German police , Polish and Finnish soldiers . This gun fire 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge . And short recoil operated , locked breech action . has a muzzle velocity 1339 feet per second
Specifications Greek Gras infantry rifle, artillery musketoon and cavalry carbine Greek Gras Mle 1874 infantry rifle Weight: 4.2 kg Length: 1.32 m Barrel Length: 0.82 m Caliber: 11 mm Muzzle velocity: 450 m/s Greek Gras Mle 1874 artillery musketoon Weight: 3.3 kg Length: 0.99 m Barrel Length: 0.49 m Caliber: 11 mm Muzzle velocity: 410 m/s Greek Gras Mle 1874 cavalry carbine Weight: 3.75 kg Length: 1.171 m Barrel Length: 0.72 m Caliber: 11 mm Muzzle velocity: 430 m/s
German panzergrenadiers engage advancing Soviet troops in Poland, January 1945. The gun that inspired the FN 9. STURMGEWEHR 44 Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle Country of Origin: Germany Caliber: 7.92 x 33 mm Cartridge Capacity: 30 rounds Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,133 feet per second Rate of Fire: 500 rounds per minute
Carbines came in different variations of Martini-Henrys and Lee-Enfields. Carbines were issued to cavalry, lancers and in some cases to mounted rifles. Most mounted rifles, however, continued to carry their full size rifle. The advantage of the carbine was less weight and easier to use from a horse. The disadvantage was a decrease in muzzle velocity meaning less range and accuracy.
Kentucky Long Rifle ~ Few guns get the patriotic juices flowing better than the Kentucky Long Rifle, which was used widely by militiamen in the Revolutionary War. The rifles had exceptionally long barrels, which increased muzzle velocity and accuracy. Before the war, The Kentucky rifle was a popular gun among hunters and frontiersman. Even though the guns were not made in Kentucky, Kentucky rifleman were known for their deadly marksmanship, earning the gun its name