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Caliber: 5.56mm

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length: 780 mm

Barrel length: 518 mm

Weight: 5 kg with Mag + Scope

Magazine capacity: 30 rounds

Rate of fire: 650 rounds per minute

Effective range: about 500 meters (with sights)



The ML81 is a gas operated, magazine fed, selective fire rifle of bullpup layout.


The receiver of the ML81 is made from stamped sheet steel, reinforced with welded and riveted machined steel inserts. The steel of the receiver is somewhat thin and can be dented when rifle is handled roughly, possibly resulting in serious malfunction. The gas operated action has a short stroke gas piston, located above the barrel. The gas piston has its own return spring. Gas system has a3 positions gas regulator, one position for a normal firing, second for a firing in adverse conditions and the third for launching the rifle grenades (gas port is shut off). The machined bolt carrier rides inside the receiver on the two parallel steel guide rods, with the single return spring placed above and between the guide rods. The typical rotating bolt has 7 lugs that locks into the steel insert in the receiver, just behind the barrel breech. The charging handle was rigidly attached to the left side of the bolt carrier, and prior to A2 upgrade caused some problems by reflecting the ejected cases back into the action, thus causing stoppages. In the ML81A2 configuration the charging handle was redesigned to avoid such problems. The charging handle slot is covered by the spring-loaded dust cover. The bolt and its extractor claw also were upgraded in the ML81A2, to achieve more reliable extraction of the spent cases.




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Caliber: 5.56x45mm

Weight: 7.3 kg empty + sight

Length: 900 mm

Length of barrel: 646 mm

Feeding: detachable box magazines, 30 od 100 rounds

Rate of fire: 610 - 775 rounds/min



General design of the ML86A1 is mostly similar to the design of ML81A2 rifle, except for the following. The ML86A1 has longer barrel, with the steel stock extension under it, that carries the folding bipods. The bolt and trigger system are modified, so the gun can be fired from open bolt. The butt is fitted with folding shoulder support. The vertical grip is attached below the receiver, behind the magazine housing. The ML86A1 could not be fitted with bayonet.




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Caliber: 7.62x51mm

Operation: Bolt Action

Length: 1270mm

Barrel lenght: 686mm

Weight: 6.8kg empty without telescope

Magazine Capacity: 5 round box magazine

Maximum Effective Range: ca. 800 meters

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Type: Single Action

Chamber: 9x19mm Luger / Parabellum

Weight unloaded: 970 g

Length: 203 mm

Barrel length: 118.5 mm

Capacity: 13 rounds


The A94 is a recoil operated, locked breech pistols that uses tipping barrel with two lugs that lock into recesses on the underside of the slide. To lock and unlock from the slide, barrel uses a cam under the chamber, that interacts with the frame. The axis of the slide stop is also used as a takedown pin, and when the slide stop is removed, slide, barrel and recoil spring can be removed from the frame.


A94 features High-Power style, single action trigger with external hammer, manual safety, mounted on the left side of the frame, magazine disconnect safety, and a slide disconnect, that does not allow gun to fire when slide is not closed completely. The frame and the slide of the A94 pistols are made from the steel, and different finishes are available, as well as polymer or wooden grip panels. Sights ususally are of fixed type, dovetailed into the slide, with three white dots for better target aquisition.


SMAW (Shoulder-launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon) (No sale by Novanya)

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SMAW launcher in ready to fire configuration, with HEDP rocket in canister attached to the launcher


SMAW is a shoulder-fired, reusable rocket launcher that consists of a launch tube made of epoxy and fiberglass, with attached firing unit, 9mm spotting rifle, and sight bracket. Firing unit has dual grips, manual safety, and fire selector that allows to fire either a spotting rifle or a loaded rocket. Spotting rifle is is ballistically matched to all rockets. It is loaded with special ammunition and fires from special 6-round magazines. Spare magazines are clipped to each rocket container. Once operator roughly aimed the unit, using either telescope or night sight, or backup open sight, he starts to fire spotting rifle until rounds are hitting the intended target. 9mm bullets provide a visible trace up to 500m range, so operator can check his aim, and once on target, he then switches to rocket and launches it. SMAW launcher can be fired from the shoulder, using dual grips and shoulder rest, or from the ground, using folding bipods located near the center of mass, next to the shoulder rest.


All types of rockets are supplied in disposable, sealed plastic containers, which are clipped to the rear part of the launcher. Once rocket is fired, empty container is detached from the launcher and discarded. Rockets have caliber of 83mm, and are stabilized in flight using spring-open switchblade-type stabilizations. Standard types of rockets are: Mk.3 HEDP (High Explosive Dual Purpose) weighting 4.35kg (5.9kg in container), Mk.6 HEAA (High Explosive Anti Armor) weighting 4.4kg (6.2kg in container), CPR (Common Practice - training), FTG (Follow-Through Grenade with dual warhead - first that penetrates barrier, and second that follows through the hole and explodes inside) weighting 5.2kg (7.1kg in container), and CS (Confined Space with HEDP warhead - creates no backblast and an be fired from confined spaces such as rooms in building) weighting 6.9kg (9.1kg in container). The most recent (2003) addition to the range of SMAW rounds is Mk.80 rocket, known as NE (Novel Explosive, basically a thermobaric HEDP warhead).


SMAW launcher in action. The barrel and mechanism of spotting rifle are clearly visible, attached to the right side of the launcher.

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Caliber: 83 mm rocket + 9mm spotting rifle

Type: rocket

Overall length: 825 mm (launcher), about 1370 mm (ready to fire w. HEDP round)

Weight: 7.52 kg unloaded launcher plus 4.3 to 6.9kg rocket in canister.

Effective range: up to 250 m (500m max)

Armor penetration: HEAA ~ 580-600mm (23-24") RHA; HEDP 25mm (1") RHA or 30cm (12") brick wall or 20cm (8") concrete wall


SMAW rockets and loading canisters (containers): left HEDP (dual purpose), right HEAA (anti-armor)

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The T-60 medium tank has a fully tracked, five-road wheeled chassis with close spaces between the three front road wheels and large gaps separating the third, fourth, and fifth road wheels. The drive sprocket is at the rear and the idler at the front, and there are no track return rollers. The rounded turret, mounted over the third road wheel, is smoothly cast and nearly egg-shaped.




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Th T69 is an improvemnt of the T60, with improvements in aromur, gunnery and automotive areas. It is a relatively inexpensive and easy to operate tank but it is of an outdated design by modern standards. The interior is cramped and can be difficult to operate in. The 36-ton Type 69 main battle tank has improved armor, a gun stabilizer, a fire control system including a laser range finder, infrared searchlights, and a 105mm smooth-bore gun.

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