Tippmann Tactical OMEGA PV2 airsoft rifle can shoot full and semi auto, you can ditch the air hose of traditional HPA guns . It’s got a technology that gives you great performance, consistency and speed. It has a flip up front and rear sight that can be adjusted with an internal regulator. You are able to mount accessories with the metal receiver and aluminum rail system. You can adjust the firing range with the help of a hop-up. The pull is preset and the ROF can be adjusted. It can run on 2x 12g CO2 cartridges and is powered by 2x 12g CO2 Cartridges.
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- M4 Carbine Introduction
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M4 Carbine Introduction
The 5.56mm NATO rifle is a lightweight, gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective rate, shoulder-fired weapon. The standard issue firearm for most US units is the M16A2, a modernized version of the AR-15.
With a shorter barrel, collapsible stock and detachable carrying handle it provides soldiers operating in close quarters with improved handling and the capability to rapidly and accurately engage targets at extended range, day or night.
The M4 carbine is a shortened variant of the M16A2 rifle. It allows soldiers to engage targets at extended ranges with accurate, lethal fire.
The M4-series Carbine achieves over 80% commonality with the M16A2 Rifle and replaces all M3 9mm caliber submachine guns, and select M9 pistols and M16 rifles.
The Army is pursuing a two-phase PIP to keep the M4 carbine inventory strong.
The Army is upgrading its M4 carbines, the guns it uses to fight America’s enemies. Phase I of this project is designed to make the M4s better and more reliable so they can be used by the Special Forces.
If you have a M4, you might as well upgrade to an M4A1. Compared to the M4, the M4A1 has full auto capability, a consistent trigger pull, and a slightly heavier barrel. The heavier barrel is more durable and holds up better to the heat produced by high volumes of fire.
The new M4A1s will come equipped with new and upgraded ambidextrous fire control, as well as a new charging handle that makes it easier for troops to charge their weapon without taking their hand off the rifle.
Project Manager Soldier Weapons (PM SW) initiated Phase I by modifying its contract for the production of M4s to the M4A1. The PMSW has taken delivery of 9,582 new M4A1s to complete this action.
The U.S. Army will continue to field the M4 carbine until at least 2017. PM SW also held a competition for the manufacture of 24,000 additional M4A1 carbines. Remington Arms won a contract to provide handguns to the US armed forces.
The Pentagon plans to develop several courses of action in response to the GAO ruling and concern about the competitions. Once the M4A1 and M4 contract dispute is resolved, other services will be able to place their orders against that contract as well.
The main thrust of the new phase of the project was to upgrade existing M4s to the M4A1 configuration. The Army is converting all M4s to the M4A1 standard and is planning to spend $30M over a four-year period to do so.
The Army will finish the upgrades by purchasing components that support modifications work orders (MWOs) that will be applied by small arms readiness and evaluation teams (SARETs).
This month, the Army is awarding six contracts for modular weapon platforms. Of the five awardees, two were small businesses. This award reflects the Army’s success in the broadening of the opportunities for small arms contractors and strengthening the diversity of the industrial base.
We’re looking forward to awarding the final contract for the barrel and bolt assembly this summer. Soret will start upgrading its maximum monthly output of armored vehicles to 8,000 starting in late summer of 2013.
PM SW completed its best value M4 carbine bolt and bolt carrier assembly competition in April 2012, but the competition was supposed to finish this year in summer. None of the 11 competing designs were accepted into the contest, so they did not meet the requirements.
The M4 has a reliable design. It’s durable. And it can withstand extreme cold. The only way to know for sure is to fire the gun! We saved almost two million dollars as a result of the early completion of the competition.
The conclusion of the bolt competition will have no impact on the search for a better forward rail assembly. The PM SW bid sample tested for a forward rail assembly competition in early August.
In early 2013, the Army will select from up to three finalists to win a contract. If the Army determines the winning rail system should be procured, it’s expected the deliveries of new rails will begin in the summer of 2014.
The M4 PIP is just another step in a long history of continually improving the Soldier’s weapons. The Army is making improvements to their M4 rifle every time the M4 is replaced. They have already made more than 90 proposals for the M4 carbine since its introduction.
A new trigger design has been incorporated into the weapon which makes for a more user friendly system for Soldiers to carry and fire.
The M4 carbine is a great gun that was designed from the ground up to be the best weapon system for the Army and it continues to evolve and improve.
M4 Rifle Design Works The Best
The mid-length gas system on the M4A1 carbine greatly extends the life of the weapon system, while increasing its overall performance compared to a carbine-length gas system, according to a study conducted by Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane.
The U.S. Navy’s Crane Center is responsible for testing, evaluating, procuring, and managing the life cycle of the U.S. military.
The Special Operations Command’s M4A1 Carbine is an advanced assault rifle that is used by the U.S. military. This particular model of the gun was used by the soldiers who were testing the new mid-length gas system.
In the same vein, civilian shooters and those who compete in the United States might find this study to be very interesting. Special operations forces who customize their M4 variants will appreciate this book, but the evidence presented backs up what they have believed for years.
The answer is that the M16 was a semiautomatic assault weapon and the M4 is a fully automatic rifle. During the development of the M4, the gas system in the M16 had to be redesigned, according to Crane.
When the M16 first came out, it used a 20-inch barrel and gas system, but they shrunk it down to fit a 14.5-inch barrel.
The smaller, lighter cartridge, the shorter barrel, and a shorter-than-normal gas port put more pressure on the shooter than an 1857 cartridge. The decreased distance from bolt face to gas port increased port pressure, which allowed for more effective use of propellant.
The M4’s port pressure was 17,000 psi while the M16’s port pressure was 10,000 psi.
In fact, many of the M4 clones use longer barrels and utilize mid-length gas systems. This adjustment shortens the length of the barrel. If the barrel is too long, the bullet will travel further than normal and if it is too short, the bullet will travel less distance than what would normally be expected.
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