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  • Sniper rifle Windrunner XM107 - M96 / M98 / M06

  • Windrunner M96 In the first half of the 1990s, the American firm EDM Arms began the development of a new large-caliber rifles for the army and are designed to deal with manpower and enemy snipers, hitting it lightly armored vehicles, radar, artillery and rocket launchers, as well as aircraft parked.


  • Sniper rifle Zastava M76

  • Zastava M76 Zastava M76 sniper rifle developed in the mid-1970s at an arms factory «Crvena Zastava» (later «Zastava Arms», Kragujevac, Serbia, Yugoslavia). Caliber, mm 7.92x57 Mauser 7.62x51NATO 7.62x54R Length mm 1135 Barrel length, mm 550 Weight empty, kg 4.6 Muzzle velocity, m / with 730 Capacity count.


  • Sniper rifle Zastava M91

  • Zastava M91 Zastava M91 sniper rifle caliber 7.62x54R developed in 1991 and began to be made now Zastava Arms (Kragujevac, Serbia). Zastava M91 M91 rifle was developed after a long and careful study of combat tactics and experience of military and police special forces on the basis of a sniper rifle Zastava M76, but adapted to the 7.62x54R cartridge.


  • Sniper rifle Zastava M93

  • Zastava M93 Caliber, mm 7.62x51 NATO Length mm 1270 Barrel length, mm 700 Weight empty, kg 6.5 Muzzle velocity, m / s 800 Capacity count. cartridges 10 Effective range, m 1000 Zastava M93 sniper rifle 7.62 mm developed in the early 1990s at an arms factory «Zastava Arms» (Kragujevac, Serbia, Yugoslavia) and is intended for use by special units of the army and law enforcement agencies.


  • Sniper rifle Zastava M-93 Crna Strela / Black Arrow

  • M-93 Black Arrow / Crna Strela In the embodiment with the caliber 12.7h108 large-caliber sniper rifle M-93 Crna Strela (Black Arrow) is designed to destroy enemy materiel at ranges up to 1500 meters, as well as for protivosnayperskoy struggle (to defeat enemy snipers behind cover and / or beyond the reach of their own weapons). Rifle M-93 Black Arrow / Crna Strela was developed in the early 1990s on the Yugoslav factory Zastava Arms (Kragujevac, Serbia, Yugoslavia). M-93 Black Arrow / Crna Strela In the embodiment with the caliber 12.7h99 Since late 1990s, the M-93 rifle was used by armed forces of Yugoslavia, including in combat operations in Kosovo, southern Serbia and Macedonia.


  • Heavy anti-tank gun Lahti 20 pst. kiv 39 / VKT L-39 / Norsupyssy

  • 20 pst. kiv 39 (Lahti L-39) At the end of the 1930s Finnish armorers were tasked to create anti-tank rifle (PTR). And in mid-1939 by famous designer Aimo Johannes Lahti (Aimo Johannes Lahti) was represented by a heavy anti-tank gun of its own design.


  • Heavy anti-tank gun Madsen 1935

  • Madsen 1935 (in the embodiment PTR) Bipod and rear support In the first half of the 1930s, the Danish firm «Dansk Rekyl Riffel Syndikat A / S» (later became known as DISA (Dansk Industri Syndikat A / S)), as part of the creation of infantry anti-tank weapons, melee attacks, was developed large-caliber automatic anti-tank rifle (PTR), which in 1935 was accepted into service with the designation of Denmark «Madsen 1935». Action automation based on this weapon system recoil with a short recoil and vertical swivel-locking gate.


  • RES

  • antitank rifle RES During World War II Germany were constantly working to enhance the protection of their tanks by increasing the armor plating and installation of additional screens.


  • SPzB 41

  • SPzB 41 SPzB 41 By the end of the 1930s, the German infantry units at the level from platoon to battalion as antitank weapons had 7.92-mm anti-tank guns (MFR) and a 37-mm anti-tank guns.


  • Tankbuchse 41 / Tb.41

  • Tankbuchse 41 (Tb.41) On wheeled carriage In the second half of the 1930s the Swiss government's arsenal of experts has developed a 24-mm cannon armament for light tanks.


  • Armored ship Abyssinia

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 69 Width (m): 13 Displacement (tons): 2300 Speed (knots): 9,6 Draft (m): 4,4 Crew: 100 Vooruzhenie guns: 4 254 mm When Indian Department requested the Admiralty Board regarding the most appropriate type of ship for the defense of Bombay, the inspector called for the construction of large monitors with the heavy guns and armor belt in 305mm, 381mm and towers, and cost $ 220,000 f. Art.


  • Armored ship Alfredo Cappellini

  • Country Italy type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 36 Width (m): 18 Displacement (tons): 1452 Speed (knots): 3,5 Draft (m): 2,4 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 381 mm 2 76 mm Monitor "AlfredoKappelini" was built at the shipyard in Livorno Orlando in 1916 served as the basis of a floating crane GA 53. Hence, this form of housing - a box with a rounded nose and a flat bottom.


  • Armored ship Cerberus

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 69 Width (m): 14 Displacement (tons): 3340 Speed (knots): 9,8 Draft (m): 4,6 Crew: 155 Vooruzhenie guns: 4 254 mm During 1867-1868 gg., when considering the defense of the colonies of the British Empire, Victoria (one of the territories of the Australian Federation) expressed a desire to build a monitor for the defense of Melbourne.


  • Armored ship Erebus

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 123,4 Width (m): 26,9 Displacement (tons): 8450 Speed (knots): 12 Range (miles): 1550 Draft (m): 3,6 Crew: 202 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 381 mm 2 152 mm 2 76 mm Air defense systems: 1 76 mm Monitors type "Erebus" intended for operations in the Dardanelles.


  • Armored ship Faadi Bruno

  • Country Italy type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 55,5 Width (m): 27 Displacement (tons): 2854 Speed (knots): 3 Draft (m): 2,2 Crew: 65 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 381 mm Air defense systems: 4 76 mm 2 40 mm This monitor was designed in 1915 by Giuseppe Rota famous shipbuilder specifically to support ground forces in the area of Trieste.


  • Armored ship Glatton

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 74,9 Width (m): 16 Displacement (tons): 4990 Speed (knots): 12,1 Draft (m): 5,9 Crew: 185 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 305 mm 3 57 mm Guns: 3 "Glatton" became the first British ship odnobashennym share reservation as part of its load was highest among British armored ships, and its freeboard - the lowest.


  • Armored ship Gordon

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 94,5 Width (m): 22,5 Displacement (tons): 5746 Speed (knots): 14 Range (miles): 2500 Draft (m): 5 Crew: 305 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 230 mm 4 152 mm Air defense systems: 4 Pom-pom 2 76 mm These ships are built firm Armstrong-Whitworth to Norway as a coastal defense battleships.


  • Armored ship MarshalNey

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 108,4 Width (m): 27,2 Displacement (tons): 6670 Speed (knots): 6 Range (miles): 1550 Draft (m): 3,2 Crew: 187 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 381 mm 2 76 mm Air defense systems: 1 47 mm First monitors with 15-inch guns and eight diesel engines by "Vickers». to arm these monitors were used four 381-mm guns, shot with unfinished battleships of the Royal Sovereign.


  • Armored ship Monitor

  • Country U.S. type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 52 Width (m): 12,5 Displacement (tons): 987 Speed (knots): 8 Draft (m): 3,2 Crew: 59 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 279 mm "Monitor" - the first U.S. Navy battleship, known primarily for his part in the first naval battle in the history of the Battle of battleships.


  • Armored ship Monterey

  • Country U.S. type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 79,5 Width (m): 18 Displacement (tons): 4084 Speed (knots): 13 Draft (m): 4,5 Crew: 218 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 305 mm 2 254 mm 8 57 mm 4 37 mm U.S. Department of Marine long enough fond construction of seagoing monitors, as U.S. experts believed them almost ideal coastal defense ships.


  • Armored ship Novgorod

  • Country Russia type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 30,8 Width (m): 30,8 Displacement (tons): 2491 Speed (knots): 6 Range (miles): 480 Draft (m): 3,5 Crew: 150 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 280 mm 2 37 mm Back in 1863 at the Maritime Ministry raised the issue of the construction of the south Russian armor fettered rafts, floating batteries and monitors to protect the entrances to the Azov Sea and the Dnieper-Bug estuary.


  • Armored ship Twister

  • Country Russia type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 57,9 Width (m): 11,6 Displacement (tons): 1402 Speed (knots): 9 Draft (m): 3,2 Crew: 153 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 229 mm 4 87 mm 4 37 mm summer 1863 English manufacturer and designer K. Mitchell proposed to build the Baltic Fleet to monitor two-tower type Danish «RolfKrake». Marine Department has agreed and concluded on June 13 with Mitchell contract.


  • Armored ship Hurricane

  • Country Russia type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 61,3 Width (m): 14 Displacement (tons): 1600 Speed (knots): 7 Range (miles): 1400 Draft (m): 3,3 Crew: 110 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 229 mm 2 47 mm 2 37 mm In early 1863, there was a danger of war between the Anglo-French coalition and Russia.


  • Humber Armored ship

  • Country England type Monitor General characteristics Length (m): 81,3 Width (m): 14,9 Displacement (tons): 1520 Speed (knots): 12 Range (miles): 1650 Draft (m): 1,7 Crew: 140 Vooruzhenie guns: 2 152 mm 2 120 mm Air defense systems: 1 47 mm Once and August 1914 attack on Paris was repulsed, the German army turned north and in October reached the coast of Flanders (Belgium). October 16 French Marshal Joffre asked the British to provide support to the sea Belgian troops defending the extreme left flank of the Allied front Iprskogo.


  • Dreadnought Iowa

  • Country U.S. type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 300 Width (m): 33 Displacement (tons): 50000 Speed (knots): 33 Range (miles): 15000 Draft (m): 10 Crew: 2800 Vooruzhenie guns: 9 406 mm 20 125 mm PAC: 4 Harpoon Cruise Missiles: 32 Tomahawk Air defense systems: 4 Volcano MK.15 Battleships like "Iowa" called the most advanced ships era artillery and armor.


  • Dreadnought Iron Duke

  • Country England type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 189,8 Width (m): 27,4 Displacement (tons): 25000 Speed (knots): 21 Range (miles): 7780 Crew: 1022 Vooruzhenie guns: 10 343 mm 12 152 mm torpedo tubes: 4 533 mm Air defense systems: 2 76 mm In 1911, the Admiralty decided to build 4 more sverhdrednouta.


  • Dreadnought Andrea Doria

  • Country Italy type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 176 Width (m): 28 Displacement (tons): 22930 Speed (knots): 27 Range (miles): 4880 Draft (m): 9 Crew: 894 Vooruzhenie guns: 10 320 mm 12 135 mm torpedo tubes: 3 450 mm Air defense systems: 10 90 mm 8 100 mm 12 37 mm 16 Oerlikon Battleships type "Andrea Doria" built as the development of type Conte di Cavour was a bit already, had thicker armor barbettes and differed from its predecessors lower location average three-gun turrets and artillery composition of mine.


  • Dreadnought England

  • Country England type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 160 Width (m): 25 Displacement (tons): 21845 Speed (knots): 21 Range (miles): 6620 Draft (m): 8 Crew: 773 Vooruzhenie guns: 10 305 mm in 5 two-gun turrets 27 76 mm torpedo tubes: 5 457 mm In early 1905, in those days, when the Russian fleet to the shores of Japan in a hurry to meet his death, the Committee established First Sea Lord John Arbuthnot Fisher, has already developed a plan for rebuilding the British Navy "from the keel to the truck.


  • Dreadnought Bayern

  • Country Germany type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 179,4 Width (m): 30 Displacement (tons): 28530 Speed (knots): 22 Range (miles): 5000 Draft (m): 9,4 Crew: 1271 Vooruzhenie guns: 8 380 mm 16 150 mm torpedo tubes: 5 Air defense systems: 8 88 mm Two most powerful battleship fleet Kaiser, a series of "Bavaria" was laid before the global crisis.


  • Dreadnought Bellerophon

  • Country England type Dreadnought General characteristics Length (m): 160,3 Width (m): 25,2 Displacement (tons): 18600 Speed (knots): 20,7 Range (miles): 5720 Draft (m): 9,6 Crew: 732 Vooruzhenie guns: 10 305 mm 16 102 mm torpedo tubes: 3 British shipbuilding industry in 1906 all worked almost one ship Admiralty froze their programs in anticipation of trials Dreadnought.




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