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7,62x39 mm “Arsenal” Light Machine Gun  LMG

 

The light machine gun 7.62 mm LMG belongs to the firearms whose action is based on the principle of conveying a part of the powder gases through a special port in the wall of the stationary barrel and their influence onto the bolt carrier.
The receiver is made from hot die forged solid blank followed by milling operations.
The barrel chamber is closed by turn of the bolt and engaging the firing stops in the receiver.
The weapon is fed from a 40-round arcuated staggered magazine, manufactured from glass fiber reinforced polycaproamide.  
The sigh consists of sectors marked for shooting at a distance of up to 1000 m.
Bullet killing effect for manpower is preserved over a range of 1500 m.
The hammer-trigger mechanism has a hammer, which is activated by firing spring. This mechanism has a safety device-safety for setting from single to automatic fire mode as well as contrariwise. The safety simultaneously serves as well as a safety lever preventing the accidental shoots. It is located on the right hand side of the receiver and is formed as a long pivoted lever. When set in the utmost upper position the trigger is blocked. In this position the safety serves two other functions:
          -  prevents contaminating of the receiver through the bolt carrier handle slot in the receiver cover;
          -  prevents from reloading the barrel chamber.

The lower hand guard, the upper hand guard, the butt and the pistol grip are made from glass fiber reinforced polycaproamide.



Extras-Paid separately:
- luminous spot on the sights;
- black polymer magazines for 5, 10 or 30 cartridges;
- front sight adjusting kit (in the ratio 1:10);
- set for magazines coupling;
- blank fire attachment;
- rail for sighting devices;


7,62mm "Arsenal" LMG-F
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7,62x39 mm “Arsenal” Light Machine Gun  with Folding Butt LMG-F

The light machine gun 7.62 mm LMG-F belongs to the firearms whose action is based on the principle of conveying a part of the powder gases through a special port in the wall of the stationary barrel and their influence onto the bolt carrier.
The receiver is made from hot die forged solid blank followed by milling operations.
The barrel chamber is closed by turn of the bolt and engaging the firing stops in the receiver.
The weapon is fed from a 40-round arcuated staggered magazine, manufactured from glass fiber reinforced polycaproamide.  
The sigh consists of sectors marked for shooting at a distance of up to 1000 m.
Bullet killing effect for manpower is preserved over a range of 1500 m.
The hammer-trigger mechanism has a hammer, which is activated by firing spring. This mechanism has a safety device-safety for setting from single to automatic fire mode as well as contrariwise. The safety simultaneously serves as well as a safety level preventing the accidental shoots. It is located on the right hand side of the receiver and is formed as a long pivoted lever. When set in the utmost upper position the trigger is blocked. In this position the safety serves two other functions:
          -  prevents contaminating of the receiver through the bolt carrier handle slot in the receiver cover;
          -  prevents from reloading the barrel chamber.

7.62 mm LMG-F has metal down folding butt.

The lower hand guard, the upper hand guard and the pistol grip are made from glass fiber reinforced polycaproamide.


Extras-Paid separately:
- luminous spot on the sights;
- black polymer magazines for 5, 10 or 30 cartridges;
- front sight adjusting kit (in the ratio 1:10);
- set for magazines coupling;
- blank fire attachment;