The FN Sniper Rifle is a Belgian manual bolt action sniper's rifle, based on the standard Mauser bolt action, chambered for the 7.62 mm NATO cartridge which it takes from a 5-round box magazine. The FN Sniper Rifle has a 502 mm long heavy barrel and a muzzle velocity of 850 meters per second.
As the name would suggest, it is intended for use by law enforcement agencies, and was one of two rifles (along with one from H-S Precision) approved in 2004 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for use of by their SWAT teams. This FBI variant has the model name FNH SPR-USG (USG – US Government).
The precision bolt-action rifle is an essential part of any tactical team. The FN Special Police Rifle combines the best of the traditional design with the latest materials, workmanship and manufacturing. FN used the highly successful SPR as the foundation for the SPR A1-A5. The result is a line of tactical rifles with exceptional accuracy and reliability - rifles you can trust. Each one is truly the very best rifle in its price-point.
FN SPR - Special Police Rifles. The "Classic" (Pre-'64) Winchester® design has a massive claw extractor that improves reliability by engaging approximately 1/4 of the cartridge rim. The SPR's safety has a middle position which blocks the firing pin, yet still allows you to work the action for loading and unloading. SPR match-grade barrels are hammer forged from a superior alloy and the bores are chrome-plated for superior accuracy and long life. These barrels meet or exceed Mil-Spec in all criteria. All models of the SPR use one of three types of McMillan® tactical rifle stocks. These are the highest quality magnum-filled fiberglass stocks on the market today and are guaranteed for life. #21804 - FNA3 - .308 DBM A4 - 24" Barrel
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.
A variant of the Glock 21, the Glock 21SF hit the market in Spring 2007, in an effort to make the fullsize .45 Glock more appealing to shooters with smaller hands. The Glock model 21SF, stands for "Slim Frame".
The AK-47 (Kalashnikov's assault rifle, model of the year 1947, in English Avtomat Kalashnikova 1947) is an assault rifle operated by gas that was frequently used by numerous Eastern bloc nations during and throughout the Cold War.
The Saiga-12 is a Kalashnikov-pattern 12 gauge combat shotgun available in a wide range of configurations. Like the Kalashnikov rifle variants, it is a rotating bolt, gas-operated gun that feeds from a box magazine.
The Walther WA 2000 bullpup sniper rifle was first manufactured and designed in the early 1970's by the Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen company from the its inception as a specialized police and law enforcement sniper rifle and not as an adaptation of an existing rifle.
The Taurus PT92 is a double action/single action, 9mm Luger, double column magazine, semi-automatic, short recoil action pistol manufactured by Taurus in the former Beretta factory in SÃƒÂ£o Paulo, Brazil.
In basic mechanics, both the Standard and Tactical S&W M&P15 versions are typical-format gas-operated semiautomatic .223/5.56mm AR-15A2-type designs. Both feature 16-inch barrels with chrome-lined bore, chamber, bolt carrier and gas key. The flash suppressor on both is the A2 military style.
The Browning A-Bolt is designed to deliver the consistent, pinpoint accuracy to meet the stringent standards of the modern rifleman. It has a 60° Bolt-throw, a free-floating barrel with recessed muzzle crown and a screw-adjustable trigger. The tunable BOSS System is available as an option on many A-Bolt models. Peruse all of the A-Bolts fine features here.