The M68A2 is an evolution in the use of Gauss technology for infantry weapons. While in theory the M68A2 is the same weapon as the M68A1, the A2 model is a generational leap. The A2 prototype featured an extremely thin trigger that snapped under the use of a Strike Force Marine. The production models feature a trigger made of Silicon Carbide and Stainless steal to increase durability and save on weight. The A2 unlike the A1 uses a motor barrel hybrid creating a more cost effective design and removing the need for a barrel replacement. The Bushmaster A2 unit also uses a Zinc-oxide battery over the M68A1's nickle lithium battery. In comparison to the M68A1 the A2 is light has a longer effective range, and its endurance is improved. The gun is also light than the A1 model and twice as durable. The Gauss motor can produce a wide range of velocity and damage. Its more modest rapid use When at full power a muzzle energy of 38,685 ft·lbf (52,450 J)
and a momentum of 154.1 Newton-seconds, about the same as a 20×102mm Vulcan round.Manufacturer: Bushmaster Caliber: 6.8x40mm SlugAction: Bullpup, Gauss electrically drivenFire: Select fireMagazine: 36 round horizontally-mounted feeding systemSights: Tritium highlighted flip up front and Rear Rotary Diopter Sight attached to rails
Under barrel Attachment points PCAP (Picatinny Combat Attachment Points)Weight: 10 lbsEffective Range at standard power: 450 meters (Carbine) 550 meters (Assault Rifle) 750 meters (Enhanced Marksmen Rifle)
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