Monday, April 9, 2012

Automatgevær 3 – AG3



Automatgevær 3 – AG3








AG-3 F2

 
Origin: Norway  
Type: Automatic Rifle  
Producer (s): Kongsberg Weapons Factory  
Introduced: 1966 
Technical data Calibre : 7.62 × 51 mm NATO  
Mechanism of action: Recoil operated, delayed scroll lock 
Rate of fire : 600 shots / min  
Weight, unloaded: 4.1 kg  
Weight, loaded: 4.7 kg  
Length: 1026 mm Race length: 450 mm  
Magazine capacity: 20 cartridges




AG-3 Magazine



AG-3: Norwegian G3A5 variant produced by Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk.The Norwegian AG-3 differs from the original G3; it has a buttstock that is approx. 2 cm longer, the bolt carrier has a serrated thumb groove to aid in silent bolt closure, it features an all-metal cocking handle and a different bayonet mount. On April 11, 2007, it was announced that the AG-3 would be replaced by the Heckler & Koch HK416, in all military branches except for certain groups of the Home Guard.



Automatisk Gevær 3 Forandring 1


AG-3F1: An AG-3 with a retractable stock as on G3A4. Produced by Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk. A retractable stock was required by certain groups of soldiers within the Norwegian Armed Forces, primarily vehicle crews with limited space inside, particularly where a quick disembarkment from such a vehicle is required. All versions of the AG-3 have the ability to attach a 40 mm HK79 grenade launcher.


Automatisk Gevær 3 Forandring 2

AG-3F2: An improvement of the AG-3F1, Brügger & Thomet railed forend, vertical grip and Aimpoint red dot sight.





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