There could be two types of deadliest weapons in the world, mechanical & non-mechanical. Below we are presenting a list of top 10 most deadly weapons in the world today. This list has top ten deadliest mechanical weapons in the world. These weapons are very dangerous & can take life of any human in just a matter of seconds. The purpose of this post is just to share some information of today’s deadly weapons. Lets have a look…
1o. Heckler-Koch HK MG4 MG 43 Machine Gun
This light weighted 5.56mm machine gun that is belt-fed , was designed and developed by the German Company Heckler & Koch. The weapon’s creation was in the late 1990s and its first public glimpse was in September 2001. The product has a lightweight design, which provides maximum safety to its user along with high reliability under adverse conditions. In addition, its ammunition came in a wide variety from different manufacturers without the need to adjust its gas system. Initially the design was known as the MG43 and today, it has replaced many other machine guns of its time due to better technical features.
9. Accuracy International AS50 Snipe Rifle
The weapon AS50 was manufactured by a British firm under the name Accuracy International. The most popular feature of it is that it enables its user to focus on its target from a very long rage with high accuracy. This rifle is highly transportable, ergonomic and lightweight. In addition, the disassembling of an AS50 could be acquired under three minutes without any tool usage. Other design features include two part machined steel reciver, additional rails and accuracy of 1.5 MOA. The AS50 weighs 14.1 kilograms (31 lb) empty and holds five rounds of .50 BMG in a single stack removable box magazine.
8. F-2000 Assault rifle
The F2000 Assault Rifle was designed by FN Herstal in Belgium. The F2000 was manufactured publicly in 2001 at an exhibition held in Abu Dhabi. Its features include a modular weapon system and a compact 5.56x45m Nato caliber configured in a bull pup layout. The rifle consists of two main assemblies and a removable hand guard is installed in front of the trigger, which completes and encloses the trigger guard. As for safety concerns, the fire selected doubles as the weapons manual safety and secures the firearm against accidental discharge. Thus, making the F2000 a selective fire weapon operating from a closed bolt.
7. Heckler & Koch HK 416 Assault Rifle
The HK 416 assault rifle was another one of Heckler & Koch design and manufacture. It uses a proprietary gas system derived from HK G36 and is an upgraded version of the American M4. This proprietary gas system was found in HK G36, and due to it, the standard gas system used by M4 or M6 was replaced. In addition, this short stroke piston does the driving of the operating rode to force the bolt carrier to the rear. To sum up the HK416, is a smaller version of the HK417 with a chamber for the full-size 7.62x51mm NATO rifle cartridge.
6. XM307 ACSW Advanced Heavy Machine Gun
ACSW stands for Advanced Crew Served Weapon. The XM307 was a developmental 25mm belt-felt Grenade Machine Gun with smart shell capability. It is designed to be light weighted and two men usable gun as well as the ability to be mounted on a vehicle. The range through which it can kill people is 2,000 meters and can destroy light armored vehicles, watercraft and helicopters at 1000 meters. It was designed by the U.S army in order to replace and supplement the MK 19 Grenade Launcher and the M2 Heavy Machine Gun. It fires 25 mm point detonating and air burst style ammunition, at a cyclic rate of 260 rounds per minute and has an effective range up to 2 kilometers.
5. Kalashnikov AK 47 Assault Rifle from Russia
Mikhail Kalashnikov developed the AK-47 in the Soviet Union. This is a selective fire, gas operated 7.62x39mm assault rifle. Its design work started in World War II and after 1946; AK-47 was officially introduced for military trials. Even after six decades, this model is most widely used out of popular assault rifles in the world because of its durability, low production cost and ease of use. Its manufacturing is done in many countries and has been in seen service with armed forces as well as revolutionary and terrorist organizations worldwide. The AK-47 was the basis for developing many other types of individual and crew-served firearms.
4. MG 3 Machine Gun from Germany
The MG 3 is a German general purpose machine gun chambered for the 7.62x51mm Nato Catridge. The design of this weapon is also derived from World War II. The MG3 was developed in the late 1950s and still after a long time, it is used to serve as a squad support weapon which can also be used as a machine gun mounted on a vehicle. The weapon and its derivatives have also been acquired by the armed forces of over 30 countries. Production rights to the machine gun were purchased by Italy, Spain, Pakistan, Greece, Iran, Sudan and Turkey.
3. Uzi Sub-machine Gun
Major Uziel Gal in Israel designed the Uzi submachine Gun. It is related to the family of open bolt, blowback operated submachine guns. Machine pistols are considered to be the smaller variants and it is one of the first weapons to use a telescoping bolt design which creates allowance for the magazine to be housed in the pistol grip for a shorter weapon, a design not seen since the Japanese Type II machine pistol. In 1950 its prototype was completed and has been defined as a personal defense weapon by rear-echelon troops, officers, artillery troops and tankers, as well as a frontline weapon by elite light infantry assault forces.
2. Thompson M1921 M1928 Submachine Gun/ Tommy Gun
The Thompson M1921 M1928 Submachine Gun is an American submachine gun, invented by John T. Thompson in 1919. It became infamous during the prohibition era and was used by both parties of the law enforcement officials as well as criminals. This submachine gun is also known as Tommy gun or Trench Broom. It was favored by people such as soldiers, criminals, and police due to its ergonomics, compactness, large cartridge, reliability and high volume of automatic fire. Since then it has gained popularity among civilian collectors for its historical significance.
1. DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper Rifle
The DSR 50 is a sniper rifle that includes necessary modifications to fire the more powerful .50 caliber round. It is a bolt action, anti material rifle that is manufactured in Germany. The DSR 50 is configured into bull-pup design, with free-floating barrel. The folding bipod is mounted above the barrel, and the adjustable horizontal front grip is mounted under the barrel. The rifle features fully adjustable butt sock and cheek piece. The holder for spare magazine is installed in the front of the trigger guard to decrease reloading time.DSR 50 action features match-grade, fluted barrel that is quickly interchangeable and is fixed into receiver by three screws.