The Heckler & Koch MSG-90 is designed and produced by the German company Heckler and Koch as a military semi-automatic sniper rifle. 'MSG-90' stands for the German words "MilitÃ¤risches ScharfschÃ¼tzen Gewehr" which in English is translated as "Military Sharpshooter (Sniper) Rifle". The "90" in the name stands for its first year in production.
Smith & Wesson has been very busy lately developing a new group of
firearms to add to their already impressive lineup. This is the new M&P
style model 327 R8, a scandium alloy and stainless revolver that loads 8
(no, that's not a typo, it's 8) .357 rounds into the chambers
Smith & Wesson uses Scandium alloy to build a strong and lightweight .357 Magnum revolver. The result...maximum power in a small, lightweight, easy-to-carry package. Scandium alloy is used for small, medium and large frame revolvers. Smith & Wesson's lightest and strongest revolvers deliver dependable power every time.
The Beretta Model 3 is a 9 millimeter Italian submachine gun produced from 1956 to 1959. The Model 3 was essentially the World War II-era model Beretta 38/42 completely redesigned for more efficient production.
The MK48 was developed to meet a US Special Operations requirement for a heavy caliber variant of the lightweight light machine gun that would retain the intrinsic functionality and reliability of the standard M249. (Available in Black. Flat Dark Earth color availability - TBD).