Top 10 Most Dangerous Guns in the World

Most Dangerous Guns in the WorldWith technical advancement in almost all sectors, even weapons have undergone innovations. Whether it is used for fair or unfair means, the ongoing era has come up with such guns which have been considered as the most dangerous guns in the world. Their accuracies, shooting capabilities and few more modern tactics have proved them dangerous. Let us have a look through the list  to ensure the names of the top ten most dangerous guns in the world.

List of 10 Most Dangerous Guns

1. DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper rifle

2. Thompson M1921 Submachine Gun

3. AK-47

4. Uzi Submachine Gun

5. XM307 ACSW

6. F-2000

7. MG3 Machine Gun

8. Accuracy International AS50

9. Heckler and Koch HK416

10. Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG 43 Machine Gun

Top Ten Most Dangerous Guns in the World

Glance through and get to know what features of the mentioned guns earns them a place in the chart of top ten most dangerous guns in the world.

1. DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper rifle

Developed and marketed by DSR-precision GmbH, DSR 50 Sniper rifle is a bolt action anti material rifle. With a holder in front of this gun to reduce the reloading time, it can fire 50 rounds and hence is considered as the best and one of the most dangerous guns in the world. It is 53.15 inch in length and weights 22.71LBS along with a barrel of 660 mm and 7.62x51mm NATO calibre.

2. Thompson M1921 Submachine Gun

Thompson M1921 is an American machine gun which was invented by John T. Thompson in 1919. Due to its ergonomics, compactness, large .45 ACP cartridges, reliability, and high volume of automatic fire it gained popularity among soldiers, criminals, police and civilians alike. The gun is also informally known as “Tommy Gun”, “Trench Broom”, “Trench Sweeper”, “Chicago Typewriter”, “Chicago Piano” etc.

3. AK-47

The selective fire, gas operated 7.62*39mm assault rifle, AK-47 was developed in USSR by Mikhail Kalashnikov for the first time during World War II. Seeing durability, low production cost, and ease of use, even after six decades the model and its variants have not ceased to lose its wide popularity in the world.

4. Uzi Submachine Gun

The machine gun has been named after Major Uzil Gal since it was he who designed it during late 1940s in Israel. The weapon is equipped with a telescope bolt design and is used across 90 countries. The pistol grip of the gun is fitted with a grip safety to avoid accidental fire.  Currently it is manufactured by Israel Military Industry, FN Herstal and few other manufacturers.

5. XM307 ACSW

XM307 ACSW is the result of the OCSW or Objective Crew Served Weapon project and is developed with a 25mm belt fed grenade machine gun with small shell capability. The device has been considered as one among the most dangerous guns in the world since it can kill human beings out to 2,000 meters and destroy lightly armoured vehicles, watercraft and helicopters at 1,000 meters. It has the rate of 250 automatic shots per minute.

6. F-2000

Designed by FN Herstal in Belgium, F-2000 is a 5.56*45mm NATO bullpup assault rifle. It was first launched in March 2001 at the IDEX defence exhibition held in Abu Dhabi. The F2000 is a gas operated, fully automatic and ambidextrous bull pup rifle where both the safety system and trigger mechanism were adopted from the P90 personal defence weapon. The weapon’s primary sight is a telescopic sight with a fixed 1.6× magnification.

7. MG3 Machine Gun

Inspired by the World War II era MG 42 universal machine gun, MG3 is a German general purpose machine gun installed with 7.62*51mm NATO cartridge. The machine gun has an automatic mechanism and a cross-bolt safety in the form of a button which is operated by the shooting hand. The MG3 is still used as the standard secondary weapon by most of the modern German armoured fighting vehicles.

8. Accuracy International AS50

Manufactured by British firearms producer Accuracy International, AS50 is a 50 BMG sniper rifle. It allows machinist to targets at very long range with high accuracy using explosives and incendiary ammunition. The barrel is free floated and the rifle has an accuracy of 1.5 MOA. It weighs 14.1 kilograms when empty and holds five rounds of .50 BMG in a single stack removable box magazine.

9. Heckler and Koch HK416

The Heckler and Koch HK416 is an assault rifle that has been engineered and produced by Heckler and Koch, thus the name. It uses the AR-15 platform with the notable inclusion of a gas-piston system. It originated in Germany and has been used in battle grounds including the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan.

10. Heckler Koch HK MG4 MG 43

Another machine gun which has been proved dangerous comes from the Heckler Koch Company. The HK MG4 MG 43 has a belt fed machine measuring 5.56mm and was first displayed in 2001. Due to its precarious features, the development of the gun was a huge competes.

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