The Mossberg Model 590 shotgun is a militarized version of the popular game shotgun known as the Model 500. The Model 590 features reinforced areas such as in the receiver parts and other mechanical systems. An additional heat shield for the barrel is also provided. The militarized variant also features a larger ammunition capacity. Like most other combat shotguns based on hunting shotguns, the Mossberg Model 590 can be called on to be a reliable and robust weapon under the most adverse environmental conditions and is a choice close-quarters weapon.
Manufacturer: O.S. Mossberg & Sons, Incorporated - USA
Country of Origin: United States
Service Year: 1975
Overall Length: Not Available
Weight (Empty): Not Available
Weight (Loaded): Not Available
Rate of Fire, Cyclic: Not Available
Magazine: 7 - 9-Round Tubular Magazine
Maximum Range: Not Available
Model 500 - Civilian-style game hunting shotgun.
Model 590 - Militarized combat shotgun with reinforced parts.
Model 590DA - Double-Action variant featuring pistol grip
The M1014, Joint Service Combat Shotgun was adopted in November, 2001 by the United States Marine Corps to replace three different service shotguns currently in use by the Corps.
Manufacturer: Benelli U.S.A. Corporation.
Caliber: 12 gauge, accepts 23/4" and 3" standard and magnum loads.Length: 39.8" w/stock extended, 34.9" collapsed.
Weight: 8.44 lbs. empty.
Safety: Ambidextrous manual cross bolt.
Magazine Capacity: Six 3" shells seven 23/4", plus one chambered round can be unloaded without cycling through the action.
Trigger Pull: 5.5 to 7.28 lbs.
Buttstock: Modular telescopic with removable pistol grip.
Sights: Adjustable aperture rear and fixed post front, radius 23.7"
Maximum Effective Range: 40 yards with 00 buckshot and in excess of 100 yards with the rifled slug.
The Remington Model 870 Shotgun is a manually operated, tubular magazine-fed, pump-action shoulder weapon suitable for close quarters combat, MOUT breaching, guard duty, and many other operational roles.
Type: pump-action combat shotgun
Calibre: 12 gauge 70mm.
Dimensions: length 1060mm; barrel length 533mm
Ammunition Types: Buckshot, birdshot, solid slug, flechette, CS gas canister, plastic baton and many others
Effective Range: 50m (shot), 400m (flechette, in open country)
Rate Of Fire: Single shot manual pump action
Magazine Capacity: 7 round tubular
The Colt M203 Grenade Launcher is a lightweight single shot breech loaded 40mm weapon designed especially for attachment to the M16A2 Rifle and M4 Carbine.
Caliber: 40mm (1.57')
Weight: 3.0 lbs. (empty) 3.6 lbs. (loaded)
Overall Length: 15"
Barrel Length 12"
Height: 3.3" (below rifle bbl C/L)
Width: 3.3' (maximum)
Ammunition Type: Most commonly used CN/CS/OC tear gas rounds, smoke, non lethal projectiles, signal and practice rounds as well as standard 40mm TP rounds.
Colt M4 Carbine is a versatile weapon system with proven combat utility and performance providing the operator with the confidence required to accomplish any mission. Featuring a 14.5 in. (37 cm) barrel it is designed for use wherever lightness, speed of action, mobility and fire power are required. It can be comfortably carried, yet be instantly available to provide the power, accuracy and range of a 5.56mm Rifle. Proven in military operations, it stands alone as a first-line weapon system. Colt M4 Carbine is today's weapon of choice; the weapon of the 21st century soldier.
The M4 Carbine is an extremely accurate and effective weapon under all practical field applications. It is a favorite with both first line infantry operations as well as special forces, unit commanders and vehicle crews. Available with a Safe/Semi/Full Auto 3-position selector (model R0977) the M4 Carbine is today’s weapon of choice.
The M4 Carbine barrel is designed to accept the M203 Grenade Launcher which can easily be assembled to the carbine offering the user both point and area firing capabilities. Also, all US and NATO rifle grenades can be fired without any supplementary equipment.
The M4 Carbine features a redesigned 4-position sliding buttstock allowing it to adapt to soldiers of different sizes and physical characteristics as well as various firing positions or clothing variations. Almost all mechanical components are interchangeable with those of the M16 rifle, ensuring quality, commonality of parts and reduced maintenance costs.