The era of weapons in human civilization came a long time ago. Around 5 Thousand years ago, primitive humans started to rely on weapons for their hunting and defense purposes against dangerous animals. Ironically, nowadays there’s no one as dangerous as humans thanks to their modern technology. These weapons are not made for just defensive purposes, but for mass destruction. Now we’re about to discuss the most dangerous guns and bullets in the world humankind ever produced. Click here if you want more information about bullets
AK 47 aka Kalashnikov
Because of its lightweight condition and extreme weather endurance, the gun became widely popular throughout the world. The gun was designed and named after by Russian small arms designer Sargent Mikhail Kalashnikov. It’s 7.62 mm high velocity round can easily destroy the target. It is originally a combined hybrid of the American M1 and German STG44. The standard magazine contains 30 rounds. It is one of the few guns in the world which can fire precisely in the water. 80 lowers are an incredibly valuable resource. They allow you to complete the final machining of your receiver in the comfort of your own workshop.
HK 416 Assault Rifle
Made by Heckler and Koch, HK 416 is another gas operated 5.56 mm rotating bolt action assault rifle which is a capable tool for destruction. It is rumored to be a better version of American M4. This firearm fires 700 to 900 rounds per minute with a massive destructive range of 600 meters. The weapon was deployed heavily in Afghanistan, Iraq war and Kurd-Turkish war by American forces and Navy SEAL team also used it in the operation of hunting down Osama Bin Laden.
Designed by Belgian weapon manufacturer company FN Herschel, the firearm FN F2000 is a pure beast when it comes to action. It has a modular weapon system with basic component of compact 5.55*45mm NATO-caliber with bull pup configuration. The trigger and safety system were adopted from P90. The trigger group is supported by the lower receiver of the weapon. The FN F2000 does not have a hold open device, but it’s not much of a problem because it does not stay back after the last round is fired.
MG3 Machine Gun
This German made automated machine gun is too old but too dangerous as it played a crucial role in world war-II. The gun fires 1200 to1400 rounds per minute with a deadly effective range of 1200m. Each caliber round is 7.62m in size. The German military was first to adopt the weapon in late 1950s, assigning it to their infantry section. The Mg3s are so widely popular that many countries are still now purchasing it still these days for their military purposes and some nations are adopting versions of the weapon and manufacturing it under the license.
This gas operated, semi automatic handgun is one of the powerful handguns in the world. This little tool of killing is around 10.75’’ in total length and 6’’ barrel. It has a magazine capacity of 7 rounds in .50 AE and 8 rounds in .44 magnum. The rotating bolt action of the gun packs a heavy punch when it is fired thus it requires a strong arm grip to destroy the target with it. The barrel of Desert Eagle features Polygonal rifling. Usually this firearm is used for hunting and target shooting purposes.
The AR500 is an AR rifle which fires a deadly 0.56 millimeter round . The bold design and 500 auto Max Cartridge makes the gun one of its own. The butt-stock of the rifle is adjustable and the muzzle design is threaded muzzle brake. The AR500 assault rifle is around 18’’ in total and it weighs almost 9lb.
Sniper Rifle AS50
Designed by British Firearm company Accuracy International, Accuracy AS50 is made from a lightweight Titanium frame and a floating barrel. It weighs around 14.1 kg and it fires 5 rounds of .50 BGM in every 1.6 seconds. The sniper rifle was originally designed for British Special Forces SAS and United States Navy Seal. The sniper gun has a deadly range of 1800m and caliber of 12.7mm. This allows the individual to fire with precision and high accuracy and take down the target from a long distance.
The guns mentioned above are deadly without a doubt, even if you’re using it in combat warfare or in a shooting club. Most important thing is, these tools of destruction should be used only for protection purposes, not the other way around if you’re a civilian.