Top 10 Most Dangerous Guns

Weapons have been using for fair and even unfair means and the most popular and the most common of all the weapons are the Guns which can be easily used and a target can be easily shooted as and when required. Weapons and guns have evolved through the era and there have been really dangerous and lethal guns coming up with the latest technology advancements. Guns are used mostly by the army of any nation or country but nowadays many gangs and peoples have been also using these dangerous guns to opt crimes. Their awesome accuracies and and shooting capabilities have made these guns the most dangerous guns. Let’s have a look at these Top ten most Lethal and killer guns which are being currently used by special forces and armies and also by some of the renowned and notorious gangs in the world.

 

Most Dangerous Guns

 

10. Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG 43

 

Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG 43

Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG 43

Heckler Koch has been producing amazing guns since its inception and one of the best and most targeted machine gun which is famous for shooting is Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG43 has a belt fed machine measuring 5.6mm and was launched in 2001. Due to its complicated performance and some of the unique features the development of the gun was a huge challenge for the company.

9. Heckler and Koch HK416

 

Heckler and Koch HK416

Heckler and Koch HK416

Here is another gun from Heckler Koch. The Heckler Koch HK416 is an assault rifle which introduces a new engineering concept and is state of the art kind of gun which can be known to somehow a really dangerous one too. It uses gas piston system with AR-15 platform and was originated in Germany and has been extensively used in Iraq and Afghanistan war by the American army.

8. Accuracy International AS50

 

Accuracy International AS50

Accuracy International AS50

The AS50 is a great 50BMG sniper rifle which is manufactured by British firearms producers named Accuracy International. It is one of the most professional rifle of its kind with a very long range target shooting and has a high explosive and ammunition accuracy. Weighing 14kg this machine gun has an accuracy of 1.5 MOA and includes a removable magazine box.

7. MG3 Machine Gun

 

MG3 Machine Gun

MG3 Machine Gun

The MG3 Machine gun made in Germany is a general purpose gun installed with 7.5*51mm NATO cartridge and was made in response to being inspired from MG42 gun. It is an automatic machine gun which has a cross bolt safety in form of button which is operated by the shooter. It is still in use by German forces as the modern fighting and a good handy weapon as their army’s secondary requirement.

6. F-2000 Assault Rifle

 

F-2000 Assault Rifle

F-2000 Assault Rifle

The F-2000 was first seen in IDEX defense exhibition in Abu Dhabi and was designed and created by Herstal in Belgium. It is a 5.6*45mm NATO bull pup assault rifle. The gun is gas operated and is fully automatic which makes it a really dangerous weapon of the modern era. The weapon’s primary sight is a telescope with 1.6x of magnification which helps in choosing and targeting at the right point so as never to miss the target in any case.

5. XM307 ACSW

 

XM307 ACSW

XM307 ACSW

The XM307 ACSW was created under the renowned weapon construction project named OCSW or Objective Crew Served Weapon. The gun is developed with 25mm belt fed grenade machine gun with shell shooting capability also available. This gun is said to be one of the most deadly gun as it can kill living thing up to 2,000 meters and can easily destroy armored vehicle up to 1,000 meter and it has a majestic rate of 250 automatic shots per minute.

4. Uzi Sub machine Gun

 

Uzi Submachine Gun

Uzi Submachine Gun

The Uzi Sub machine gun was designed by a Major in 1940s in Israel. The weapon is really popular among many armies and peoples and it is now being used in more than 90 different countries. The gun is equipped with a telescope bolt design and the pistol grip of the gun is fitted with grip to avoid accidental fire or shooting.

3. AK-47

 

AK-47  Assault-Rifle

AK-47 Assault-Rifle

The AK-47 Rifle is one of the most popular gun used by many countries officially and also by many of the terrorist groups working all over the world. Being the most awesome features and functions of the rifle it is equally popular to all the people dealing with guns and rifles being used as weapons. It is gas operated 7.65*39mm assault rifle developed in USSR by Mikhail for the first time in World War II. It is hugely popular and still the most famous one even after 6 decades because of its long durability, its low production costs and ease of use.

2. Thompson M1921 Sub machine Gun

 

Thompson M1921 Submachine Gun

Thompson M1921 Submachine Gun

Another sub machine gun M1921 which was created and invented by an American in 1919 is also a compact yet the most reliable machine gun which is widely used these days as a great destruction weapon in the world. Due to its high reliability, great accuracy and volume of automatic fire it has gained popularity among soldiers, criminals and people all over the world.

 

1. DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper Rifle

 

DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper Rifle

DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper Rifle

The DSR 50 Sniper rifle is developed and sold out by DSR Precision is a bolt action anti material rifle which uses advance technology and engineering in its use. With the holder in front of this gun to reduce the reloading time of the rifle it is able to fire at least 50 rounds and is considered to be one of the best and the most dangerous of all the weapons we discussed. It is 54 inches long and weighs 22 Ibs with a barrel size of 660mm and 7.6*50mm NATO cartridge. This Sniper rifle is a bit costly but the great and awesome features of this gun satisfy its huge price and are mostly used by professional and VIP snipers and shooters.

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