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  • Revolver Taurus M 856

  • Taurus M856B2 In 2008, the Brazilian company «Forjas Taurus S. A. »has developed a new compact revolver Taurus M 856, designed for use patrona.38 Special, and intended as a weapon concealed carry.


  • Revolver Taurus M 941

  • Taurus M 941 SS4 In the 1990s, Brazilian company «Forjas Taurus S. A. »adjusted release revolver Model 941, designed for use patrona.22 Magnum.


  • Revolver Webley № 1 «The Pug»

  • Webley № 1 «The Pug» In the mid-1870s designers British firm «Webley & Son» Birmingham was designed pocket revolver Webley № 1, dubbed «The Pug». The revolver was designed for rimfire cartridge (Rim Fire) kalibra.41 and had a short thick trunk length of 2.38 inches, due to which, apparently, and got its name («Pug» in English the "Pug"). Revolver Webley № 1 «The Pug» had the whole frame with the barrel inserted.


  • Revolver Webley № 2 British Bull Dog

  • Webley № 2 British Bull Dog sample 1878 (Kalibr.450) In 1878 a British company «Webley & Son» from Birmingham, which had already enjoyed an excellent reputation, began to manufacture pocket revolver proprietary Webley № 2, dubbed «British Bull Dog». Revolver was intended primarily for commercial sale as a weapon of self-defense, was designed by a powerful 11-mm cartridge, had a short barrel and handle, because of what apparently got its name (English Bulldog (British bulldog) - dog bodyguard small, powerful, short-legged and tupomordaya). Caliber, mm 11.4 (. 450) 11.2 (.442) Length mm 159 Barrel length, mm 64 Weight empty, kg 0.455 Drum, count . cartridges 5 Revolver Webley № 2 British Bull Dog had the whole frame with attached barrel.


  • Revolver Webley № 5 Army Express

  • Webley № 5 Army Express Soon after in 1877, the American company «Colt» released a new double-action revolver, a British company «Webley & Son» followed suit and created almost the same model.


  • Revolver Webley .22 Mk VI

  • Webley Mk VI.22 Training Revolver With drum step form For many years, the late XIX - early XX centuries. known British company «Webley & Scott» (until 1897 - «Webley & Son») from Birmingham had a monopoly on the supply of arms to the British government, developing and releasing a series of revolvers Webley «Mark». The last and most famous was the army revolver revolver Webley Mk VI (Mark VI) kalibra.455, put into service in the UK in 1915.


  • Revolver Webley .38 Mk II / .38 Mk III

  • Webley Mk II caliber.38 (Webley Mk II Pocket Revolver) Since the second half of 1880 the company «Webley & Son» for the British armed forces developed and produced revolvers models Webley Mk I (1887), Mk II (1894) and Mk III (1897) kalibra.455 (depending on the wishes of the customer, could be designed for ammunition kalibrov.442 i.476). Pocket Revolver Caliber, mm 9 (.38, 380) Length mm 210 Barrel length, mm 102 Weight empty, kg 0.57 drum count.


  • Revolver Webley .38 Mk IV / Mk IV Target Model

  • Webley.38 Mk IV During the First World War, the standard weapon of the British military were Webley revolvers kalibra.455.


  • Revolver Webley-Kaufmann

  • Webley-Kaufmann In 1880, the company «Webley & Son» launched a new revolver, received the name «Webley-Kaufmann». This weapon appeared thanks to development of a talented designer of small arms Michael Kaufman (Mikael Kaufmann), collaborated with the firm Webley in 1878-1881 years.


  • Revolver Webley Metropolitan Police / Short Barrelled New Model

  • Webley Metropolitan Police Sample 1880 In 1867, the company «Webley & Son» Birmingham released a new revolver. In 1868, this weapon was accepted into service the Royal Police Ireland (Royal Irish Constabulary), received an appropriate name RIC.


  • Revolver Webley Mk III (Mark III)

  • Webley Mk III In 1887, the British Army was adopted revolver Webley Mk I (Mark I), created by «Webley & Son». By 1894 revolver Webley Mk I was so modernized that it was decided to release a new model called the Webley Mk II (Mark II). Caliber, mm 11.5 (. 455) Length mm 216 Barrel length, mm 102 Weight empty, kg 0.96 drum count.


  • Revolver Webley Mk II (Mark II)

  • Webley Mk II In 1887, the British Army was adopted revolver Webley Mk I (Mark I), created by well-known by the time the company «Webley & Son». However, the firm's engineers Webley did not stop there and continued due to make various changes and improvements in the design of a revolver.


  • Revolver Webley Mk I (Mark I)

  • Webley Mk I In 1880, the British Army was adopted revolver «Enfield Mk I», which in 1881 improved to version «Enfield Mk II». However, these weapons are not completely satisfied military, and the search continued for a suitable model.


  • Revolver Webley Mk IV (Mark IV)

  • Webley Mk IV In 1887, the British Army was adopted revolver Webley Mk I (Mark I), created by «Webley & Son». By 1894 revolver Webley Mk I was so modernized that it was decided to release a new model called the Webley Mk II (Mark II), and in 1897 production was launched modification of weapons adopted for service with the designation England Webley Mk III (Mark III). Webley Mk IV In 1897, the company «Webley & Son» was transformed into a company «Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co» (by merging «Webley & Son» with firms «WC Scott & Sons» and «Richard Ellis & ; Son »), which has continued to work to improve the army revolvers series Webley« Mark ». In 1899 the company «Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co» released revolver Webley Mk IV (Mark IV). approved in 1899 by the British War Department, this revolver was the first staff weapon produces only chambered kalibra.455.


  • Revolver Webley Mk IV Pocket Model

  • Webley Mk IV Pocket Model In 1929, according to the requirements of the British Army on the new short arms kalibra.38, company «Webley & Scott» revolver was designed Webley.38 Mk IV. This model is a rugged, compact, lightweight revolver, as well as a reliable and easy-to-use weapon.


  • Revolver Webley Mk VI (Mark VI)

  • Webley Mk VI Renowned British company «Webley & Scott» (until 1897 - «Webley & Son») from Birmingham for many years the late XIX - early XX centuries.


  • Revolver Webley Mk V (Mark V)

  • Webley Mk V In 1887, the company «Webley & Son» developed a revolver, which was adopted by the British Army designation Webley Mk I (Mark I). After the modernization in 1894 entered into service model Webley Mk II (Mark II), and in 1897 - Webley Mk III (Mark III). In 1897, the company «Webley & Son» was transformed into a company «Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co», which has continued to work to improve the army revolvers series Webley «Mark» and released in 1899 model Webley Mk IV ( Mark IV). All revolvers line Webley «Mark» developed in the XIX century were calculated under the English kalibra.455 cartridge (11.5 mm.) on black powder.


  • Revolver Webley RIC № 1 / № 2

  • Webley RIC № 1 In 1867 a British company «Webley & Son» Birmingham released a new compact revolver. In 1868, this model was adopted by the Royal Police Ireland (Royal Irish Constabulary), and thus became known as RIC.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» Army Model

  • Webley «WG» Army Model 1892 sample In 1892, together with the model Webley «WG» M 1892 the company «Webley & Son» started production of revolvers, the designation «WG» Army Model.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» M 1882

  • Webley «WG» M 1882 In 1882, the British company «Webley & Son» Birmingham launched a new revolver, which started the whole lineup of these weapons. This model and its subsequent modifications made well-known and large series models have received the name «WG», the production of which was carried out before the beginning of the twentieth century.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» M 1885

  • Webley «WG» M 1885 In 1882 the company «Webley & Son» launched a revolver, marked the beginning of a large and well-known series, received the name «WG». Name WG various sources interpreted in two ways.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» M 1889

  • Webley «WG» M 1889 In 1882 the company «Webley & Son» launched a revolver, marked the beginning of a large and well-known series, received the name «WG». The model 1882 had collected the most successful discoveries firm Webley, were used in previous samples revolvers.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» M 1892

  • Webley «WG» M 1892 In 1892 the company «Webley & Son» launched a new model revolver, continuing the development of the well-known series «WG». Revolver WG sample in 1892 was different from previous models mainly improved design of the trigger, and the ejector switch fixing drum, which from then on began to be used in all subsequent revolvers "Webley». Structurally Webley «WG» M 1892 was a revolver with a break in two to recharge frame and simultaneous extraction of all sleeves.


  • Revolver Webley «WG» Target Model

  • Webley «WG» Target Model 1893 sample In 1893 the company «Webley & Son» especially for target shooting revolver was created, designated Webley «WG» Target Model.


  • Revolver Webley «WP» Pocket Hammerless Model

  • Webley «WP» Pocket Hammerless Model In 1898, the company «Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co» (formed in 1897 through the merger of the company «Webley & Son» with firms «WC Scott & Sons» and «Richard Ellis & Son») developed pocket revolver kalibra.320, dubbed «Pocket Hammerless Model». This weapon was the first model in a series of small pocket revolvers «WP» («Webley Pocket»). Webley «WP» Pocket Hammerless Model Revolver Pocket Hammerless was created using modified developments of the company «Webley & Son», applied in different models Webley revolvers previous releases.


  • Revolver Webley «WP» Pocket Hammer Model

  • Webley «WP» Pocket Hammer Model In 1901 the company «Webley & Scott Revolver and Arms Co» released a new pocket revolver kalibra.320 called «Pocket Hammer Model», which kept a small series of small revolvers «WP» («Webley Pocket»). Revolver Webley «WP» Pocket Hammer Model was a modernization of the pocket revolver Webley «WP» Pocket Hammerless Model, from which it differs only open trigger, which was reflected in the names of these models.


  • RB 44mm M57

  • RB M57 In 1949 adopted the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) was adopted by the RRB antitank grenade launcher M49 (manual Reaktivan Batsach M49 - handmade rocket launcher of 1949). Soon, however, identified a number of shortcomings, both the grenade and fired him.


  • Human RRB M49 rocket launcher

  • RRB M49 development strategy and tactics during the Second World War put to Yugoslavia in 1945 to the establishment of an effective anti melee weapons.


  • Assault rifle (automatic) AAI ACR

  • AAI ACR U.S. company AAI (Aircraft Armament Industries) has been developing advanced systems of small arms for the U.S. Army since the mid 1950s, when one of the company's founders, Irwin Barr, suggested the idea of using the U.S. military swept feathered piercing ammunition for small arms.


  • Assault rifle (automatic) AR-15 / M16

  • AR-10 In 1957, the company Armalite Division of the Fairchild Aircraft Corp of the U.S. Army is a proposal to develop an automatic rifle kalibra.22 (5.56 mm) caliber, low-mass, capable at a distance of 500 meters to break the standard army helmet.




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