Kinda dissapointed with this one so i'll probably take a better shot during the daytime with some natural light.
The MAC-10 (Military Armament Corporation Model 10, officially the M10) is a highly compact, blowback operated machine pistol developed by Gordon B. Ingram in 1964.
It is a simple, low-cost design with few moving parts, making it easy to manufacture and maintain.
The compactness and high rates of fire for these weapons (1,090 to 1,145 rpm for the M-10 and 1,200 rpm or more for the M-11 / M-11A1) worked against them. Their small size made them difficult to fire accurately in full auto, and this, when combined with their high rate of fire, made control challenging; this was a key factor in their never finding much success with the military. However, they did see limited service in Vietnam with Special Forces.
One of my favorite pistols, along with a nice little CRKT First Strike sheath-knife.
Playing around trying to get my tactical gear photography style down. Oh, had to include my tactical vest with the pirate flag, of course.
The Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG)-Sauer P226 is a full-sized, service type pistol originally chambered for 9 mm Luger. Its design is based on the venerable SIG-Sauer P220. The P226 has come to be known as one of the most distinguished combat pistols in existence because of its reliability and durability.
The P226 is currently in the arsenals of such elite groups as the U.S. Navy SEALs, France's GIGN, Japan's Special Assault Team, the British and Australian SAS, and such law enforcement agencies as the Texas Rangers and Texas DPS, and as of 2006 it is coming into general issue with the Canadian Forces.
Updated shot for my vfc SCAR set-up with EGLM attachment.
Taken with stock canon 500d
Introduced in 2004 as an addition, the Enhanced Grenade Launcher Module (EGLM), officially referred to as the FN40GL, or Mk 13 Mod 0, is a 40 mm grenade launcher based on the 'GL1' designed for the F2000. The FN40GL is marketed in both an L and H model, for fitting the appropriate SCAR variant.
The EGLM system features a double action trigger and a swing out chamber. These offer two advantages over the M203 system, the former meaning the launcher does not need to be re-cocked if the grenade does not fire, and the latter meaning longer grenades can be used.
Just a slight photo update to replace the rather basic one I took previous.
Its a replica Heckler & Koch (HK) USP Tactical produced by Tanio koba.
Shot with a canon 500d.
The USP Tactical (9mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP) incorporates a fully adjustable rear sight, a higher-profile front sight (as to be visible above the suppressor), an extended threaded barrel and O-ring, a match grade trigger, and an adjustable trigger stop. Sound suppressors designed for the USP Tactical are available from Knight's Armament and Brügger & Thomet.
A unique feature of the USP Tactical is that the barrel is left-hand threaded (counter-clockwise to tighten), which makes the pistol incompatible with suppressors designed for the MK23 Mod 0.
The KSK of the German Army and the German Navy Kampfschwimmer use the USP Tactical under the designation "P12".