Chantfire

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

@lurkerhasarisen most law enforcement authorities usually use the CR 223 or G36 which are less powerful than the MK 556. The G36 (which is another version of the MK 556) is mainly used by police units in Spain, the United Kingdom, Kurdistan Region, and Germany. The G36 was apparently effective during the Kosovo War, Rio de Janeiro's security crisis, the Libyan Civil War, the Lahad Datu standoff, and the Mexican Drug War. Based on how heavily armed the Mexican cartel tends to be I believe this weapon is perfect because it is durable and can pack up to a 100 rounds which may be necessary when the cartel is involved.

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lurkerhasarisen

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

@Chantfire

Why TF do civilian cops need military weapons? I hate that the phrase "military and law enforcement" is treated as normal... two similar aspects of the same entity. I'm not convinced that civilian cops should have instant access to lethal weapons when there are so many non-lethal ways to handle situations available to them. If there's a legitimate law enforcement use for a fully automatic weapon, I have never heard of it.

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Chantfire

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

Haenel MK 556 assault rifle

made for military and law enforcement use.


Specifications


Caliber cartridge - 5.56x45 NATO, .223 Remington


Action type - select-fire


Trigger type - sa (single action)


Overall length, mm - 838 – 933 (with 408mm barrel)


Barrel length, mm266, 318, 368, 408


Weight empty, kg - 3.35 – 3.6


Magazine capacity - 30 rounds


Cyclic rate of fire, rounds/min - 900

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Chantfire

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

@MentORPHEUS (AES) I see what you did there.

The only thing I can do now is show some gratitude.

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MentORPHEUS

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

@Chantfire

6.3 kg (13,889 lbs)

This explains why Bobbies carry nightsticks instead of guns.

Now quit using commas where decimal points belong like some Eurofag.

Signed, Grammar Police, Accuracy Enforcement squadron.

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Chantfire

3 months ago  Weapons' Cube

ACCURACY ENFORCEMENT


Introduction:

The Accurracy Enforcement (AE) is a Bolt action tactical sniper rifle from the UK. AEs are manually operated Accurracy Tactical (AE AT) weapons that usually weigh 6.3 kg (13,889 lbs), and were designed with Law Enforcement, Accuracy and Affordability in mind.

Design:

The Accurracy International (AI) or Accurracy Enforcement (AE) generally comes in one calibre (7,62×51 NATO ) (.308 Win), is fed from a double stack, detachable box magazines with a Ten round capacity, its overall length is usually One Thousand One Hundred and Seventy millimeters (46,063 inches), and features an Accurracy International (AI) 2-stage trigger.

Fire Power:

With a 5, 8, and 10 round magazine, the AE stands its ground when compared to the Arctic Warfare Police series, yet unlike the Arctic Warfare, the AE features a basic chasis, no iron sights and a plain barrel. The AE's effective range o has been quoted by Accuracy International as Six Hundred meters (656.168 yards).

Miscellaneous:


Cost: GBP 2,200 for Mk II in 2010


Developed: Mid 2000s


Status: In service


Development: Early 2000's


Developer: United Kingdom -Accuracy International


Production: 2005 - present


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Chantfire

5 months ago  Weapons' Cube

Chantfire

5 months ago  Weapons' Cube

Dagger Concealment for Simple Convenience

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Chantfire

5 months ago  Weapons' Cube

ELOS N2

lurkerhasarisen

5 months ago  Weapons' Cube

@carnold03

... back in Afghanistan...

Bold of him to assume that very many civilian cops have ever served in uniform... much less been in a war zone.

Cops are, generally, pussies who either couldn't hack it in the military or didn't even try. In the military there are rules, and you can't just do whatever the hell you want knowing that your drinking buddies will the ones doing any "investigation." Also, in the military the bad guys shoot back, and you don't have a 10-to-1 advantage.

I've known and worked with a lot of cops, and whenever one of them tells me that he's one of the good ones I like to ask how many cops he's arrested. They almost always say, "None." Franjly, anyone who's been a cop for more than a week had seen a cop do something they would arrest a non-cop for doing, so a guy who's been on the force for years with 0 cop arrests is - at the very least - an accomplice to multiple crimes.

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