The Ruger P-97 is a short recoil, polymer framed, double action semiautomatic pistol chambered in .45 ACP produced and developed in 1997 by Sturm, Ruger (Ruger), but not officially released to the public until 1999.
The Glock 35 is a pistol manufactured and designed to fire the .40 S&W ammunition. The G35 is the sister pistol to the Glock 34, which is nearly identical in appearance, but is solely chambered in 9mm.
The Steyr Scout is a modern bolt action scoped rifle produced and manufactured by Steyr Mannlicher and primarily chambered for 7.62 mm NATO (.308 Winchester). The weapon however is also offered with other chambers commercially. The Sniper Rifle is often called the Mannlicher Scout to reflect the company's alternate name.
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 Makarov PM (pronounced mack-ARR-off (PM) Pistolet Makarova, Russian: ÐŸÐ¸ÑÑ‚Ð¾Ð»ÐµÑ‚ ÐœÐ°ÐºÐ°Ñ€Ð¾Ð²Ð° ÐŸÐœ) designed by Russian designer Nikolai Fyodorovich Makarov is a semi-automatic pistol which was manufactured and designed in the late 1940s.
The Beretta M1951 (M951, 951, "Brigadier", Mod.51) is manufactured by Beretta of Italy as a semi-automatic single action pistol specifically chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge and designed by Tullio Marengoni (Beretta design engineer).
The Austyer is an Australian produced version of the Austrian-designed Styer AUG. Designed in 1977 the Styer's futuristic 'Bullpup' layout alows for shorter barrels, better concealibilty and longer ranges. The use of advanced plastics in the design have also caused this rifle to be very light. Recoil is realitivly low and the Austyer is easy to aim and quite accurate. The Austyer's frail appearance disguises a very robust weapon.