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Allez, la Belgique va vraiment envahir ce forum lol :P... dans la catégorie des lances grenades, il faudrait rajouter le "nouveau" lanceur de la FN qui équipe le FN F2000 et le FN Scar... faut dire que là elle innove notre bonne vieille FN... bon on est pas fourni côté info mais bon y a des choses intéressantes... genre la comparer avec l' H&K 69

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ah ouais merde... mais l'AG36 désigne plutôt le G36 muni du lance grenade non? l'H&K 69 c'est pas celui qui est utilisé pour le G36 ????

Non non, l'AG-36 désigne bel et bien le lance grenade, pas le G-36 équipé de ce lance gre. D'ailleurs ce même AG-36 devait équiper les XM-8. Le HK 69 c'est autre chose, mais merci de te renseigner sur le site, c'est pas pour rien que j'ai écrit des articles sur ces armes ;) ...

J'écrirai sans doute un article sur le lance grenade de la FN, mais là encore je suis désolé, le temps me manque (d'autant que j'ai lancé l'article sur la MG-43).

Sinon c'est vrai qu'il a l'air très bien ce gadget de la FN, surtout par la disposition de sa détente, qui vient se placer juste sous la détente du fusil et qui ne nécessite donc pas que le tireur déplace sa main et vienne la poser autour du chargeur pour utiliser le lance grenade. Bon c'est sur ce n'est pas révolutionnaire, mais c'est un petit plus comparé aux autres armes de cette catégorie.

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Heu personnellement je ne le reconnais pas tellement, mais je ne vois pas non plus quelle autre arme ça pourrait être :?

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http://www.defpro.com/daily/details/359/

A new concept of recoilless grenade weapons

Dynamit Novel Defence also presented a new development in recoilless grenade weapons (RGW), called “Wirkmittel 90”, which further increases the company’s spectrum of shoulder-fired weapons. The system is based on the RGW 90 family, however, introduces an entirely new concept. The Wirkmittel 90 solution, which currently is being researched in cooperation with the Bundeswehr, will surpass the usually effective range of unguided shoulder-fired weapons of some 500 to 600 metres, to precisely target, for instance, light armoured vehicles, dismounted enemy soldiers or light structures at ranges up to 1,200 metres. The system is scheduled to be operational by 2014.

The grenade integrates a new programmable fuse that can be set to different modes, depending on the target. Hence, the warhead may detonate either straight on the target, above the target in mid-air or delayed for wall-breaching use. This has been accomplished by integrating a new weapons sight and a new fire-control computer in the reusable firing device. The barrel will be exchanged after the grenade has been launched. The already fielded RGW 90 has already proven its value in various tests due to its dual-mode warhead, providing a High Explosive Anti Tank (HEAT) round against armoured vehicles or a High Explosive Squash Head (HESH) round to penetrate walls, bunkers or other fortified emplacements.

Why not use guided anti-tank weapons for such high ranges? Even though it enters the spectrum of this technologically higher weapon class, the Wirkmittel 90 is lighter (at 10 kg it can be carried by one person, including a paratrooper), is less expensive (why use a costly guided missile on an un-armoured Jeep?), and offers various modes of application.

Thomas Meuter, Head of Public Relations, stresses that the company’s approach with the RGW-family and the Wirkmittel 90 is to provide different capabilities in one weapon. The company wants to increase the soldiers’ capabilities beyond the traditional anti-tank mode of application. DND’s shoulder-fired weapons family allows attacking lightly protected targets (e.g. enemy emplacements, light-armoured vehicles), armoured vehicles and bunkers. Its wall-breaching capability perfectly meets troop requirements in military operations in urban territory (MOUT), especially because RGW’s may be fired from within a rather small room as the blast to the rear is widely deflected to the sides. This allows soldiers to observe a target from a well-sheltered emplacement and quickly aim and fire without leaving cover for an extended time.

As Meuter explains, Dynamit Nobel Defence has identified a trend in the military which requires a precision strike capability with a light and flexible weapon against a variety of targets – lightly or heavily armoured – at distances exceeding 500 metres. The existing weapons of the RGW 90 family have already proven to be in demand: DND has sold the system to the Slovenian and the Singapore Armed Forces. Furthermore, the United Kingdom will soon be provided with the RGW 90 after an important tender was won.

“With the help of an interface, it is technologically possible to adapt both, the Panzerfaust as well as the RGW 90, to any weapon station currently available in Germany. It may be added as a single-shot solution or as a multi-grenade launcher, for instance, with four or six integrated barrels. This provides the weapons station with an additional valuable capability,” stated Meuter. As the system can still be used in a dismounted shoulder-launched mode, it furthermore saves transport capacity within the vehicle.

It remains to be seen if the military will identify the same requirement for a weapon which closes the gap between light weapons and 20 mm calibre munitions and will, to a certain extent, be a worthwhile alternative to guided anti-tank weapons. In a next step, according to company officials, it may be worth considering an air-to-ground configuration carried by unmanned aerial systems.

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En feuillettant ma documentation d'Arsenal (Bulgarie) j'ai découvert le M6, apparement très intéressant qui tranche avec les GP-25 et GP-30 niveau design : il possède une sécurité et la détente se fait via un bouton et non plus une gâchette. Il s'intègre sur les variantes des Kalachnikov : Ak-47, AKM, AK-74, variantes bulgares,...

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Une vidéo vaut mille mots :)

http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP_GTx4o134

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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2009/10/14/defcom-new-lighweight-polymer-grenade-launchers/

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Michigan based Defcom LLC is a new firm that have designed two lightweight grenade launchers which make maximum use of polymers. They are in a sense the Glocks in a world of Beretta M9s.

The DEFCOM XL 79 COMPOSITE is essentially a M79 that has been brought into the 21st century. It weighs 1.41 kg, about half of the original metal-and-wood M79.

   The Defcom M79 type product improved grenade launcher receiver, barrel shroud, stock, and front hand guard are manufactured from composite materials. Double action trigger with shotgun-type safety. Matte finish colors: black, desert sand, or woodland green. Top of barrel fitted with MIL_STD 1913 Picatinny rail system. Rear sight is a detachable flip-up scale graduated to 425 meters. Front sight is fixed. Fixed stock launcher has two (2) sling swivels, folding stock has a third swivel mounted on stock hinge. Ambidextrous safety and barrel latch. M16 style pistol grip.

The other Defcom product is the XL 200 under barrel rail mounted launcher. It weights about 40% less than the M203 and M320 launchers.

The XL 200 opens by moving forward, and then tips up at a 40 degree angle, which allows it to be loaded with the new larger low velocity less lethal ammunition.

   The Defcom 40 mm grenade launcher is designed to mount to any Mil Spec 1913 Picatinny Rail system. It has a double action trigger with ambidextrous safety and barrel latch. Barrel tilts downward and locks at end of forward travel to permit loading of all low velocity 40 mm ammunition. Titanium breech face. Trigger mechanism is modular and can be easily repaired in field. Barrel meets U.S. military specifications for material and rifling.

I will be watching this new company with interest to see how their products do.

The Defcom website is not yet up, but the sales office can be contacted at 559.585.1712

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Heu personnellement je ne le reconnais pas tellement, mais je ne vois pas non plus quelle autre arme ça pourrait être  :?

si je ne me trompe pa c'est un mm1 de 40 mm

=)=)=)

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Le M320 est parti pour remplacer officiellement le M203... les américains ne sont manifestement pas près de laisser tomber la plate-forme M4/M16 !

http://www.hk-usa.com/military_products/m320_general.asp

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ben peut-être que le HK 416 peut faire office  de nouvelle plate-forme ,et sa donnerait une nouvelle direction sur le choix d'un nouveau fusil d'assaut pour les US .

enfin je dit sa comme sa quoi  :P

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Ils l'ont déja refusé, à la base le 416 a été conçu POUR les américains, c'est pour ça qu'il à beaucoup de pieces communes avec l'AR-15. Il devait etre vendu en "kit d'adaptation" a monter sur la partie basse des M4.

Mais peut etre que ça va faire comme l'ACU pour les marines ça à l'air bien partit en tout cas vu leur habile stratégie de contournement du lobbying colt.

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Ils l'ont déja refusé, à la base le 416 a été conçu POUR les américains, c'est pour ça qu'il à beaucoup de pieces communes avec l'AR-15. Il devait etre vendu en "kit d'adaptation" a monter sur la partie basse des M4.

Mais peut etre que ça va faire comme l'ACU pour les marines ça à l'air bien partit en tout cas vu leur habile stratégie de contournement du lobbying colt.

gibbs

ouep ,mon precédent post voulait faire allusion aux marines  =)

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Un léger doute ,est-ce le lance grenade sud-africain qu'il tient ?

C'est un Arwen-37 de 37mm.

Pour la gendarmerie francaise, un seul MGL fut testé mais non sélectionné pour de l'anti-émeute.

La Police a adopté le lanceur monocoup de 40mm de Bruger & Thomet. C'est un changement car les forces de police francaise reprochent au 40mm sa dangereusité. C'est pour cela que la France employait surtout du 57mm. Ce calibre ne peut pas pénétrer le globe occulaire en tir direct. Le 40mm est bien plus efficace en précision, légèreté, vitesse de tir et diversité des munitions.

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Bonne idée. En plus on peut prélever directement dans le méthanier :lol:  . Plus sérieusement, pourquoi faire des billes alors qu'on faire des ogives profilée et donc portant plus loin et plus précisément, parce que niveau précision ça doit pas être terrible, niveau portée non plus d'ailleurs. C'est bien qu'en sortie de canon ça fasse 80000J mais si à trente mètre on en a plus 800, les billes vont tomber à l'eau et faire plus de bruit qu'autre chose. avec une ogive profilée en métal relativement doux on a la possibilité d'avoir une munition pas chère, douloureuse à l'impact, le métal doux se déformant beaucoup, pouvant frapper avant que les M43 et M74 se mettent à pleuvoir. Un petit remote control et vogue la galère.

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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2010/10/15/xm25-being-deployed/

XM25 being deployed.

Solider systems reports that the XM25 airburst semiautomatic grenade launcher is going to be deployed in Afghanistan ...

    According to COL Tamilio, Program Manager for Soldier Weapons, last Friday the Army received an Operational Need Statement from the 101st Airborne Division currently serving in Afghanistan for a Battalion’s worth of XM25s. In November, the Army will initially field five developmental versions of the XM25 to be accompanied by a New Equipment Training Team as well as ample ammunition

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