6 Most Powerful Military Weapons


6 Most Powerful Military Weapons
6 Most Powerful Military Weapons
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Number 6: The MAARS Robot is an incredibly powerful and useful military weapon. Not only is this robot used for bomb disposal, but it can also be outfitted with various weapons such as machine guns and grenade launchers. What makes this weapon so useful is that it is operated remotely and helps reduce the risk of human casualties.
Number 5: The Atchisson Assault Shotgun, handheld and fully-automatic, has practical applications in close quarters warfare, where combatants are only meters apart. The weapon also has the capability to fire a diverse type of shells given the flexibility of the shotgun cartridge.
Number 4: The multi-barrel or “Minigun” would be a terrifying machine to be on the wrong end of. With six barrels capable of firing up to 4,000 rounds per minute, this is a massively powerful and destructive weapon. The downside being, as is often the case with powerful weapons, that it is quite heavy and cumbersome.
Number 3: The MK-19 Automatic Grenade Launcher can effectively shoot grenades more than 2,000 meters away. Grenades are scary enough, but not being able to see one coming from a mile away is far more scary. The weapon is heavy and not incredibly easy to operate, however, it’s still unquestionably powerful.
Number 2: The XM2010 Enhanced Sniper Rifle can hit a target from almost a mile away. It also features a flash suppressor, sound suppressor, and a thermal sleeve to hide the warm barrel. When all is factored in, this is the cream of the crop when it comes to mobility and distance power.
Number 1: The XM25 CDTE fires 25mm grenades that are set to explode in mid-air at or near the target. A laser rangefinder in the weapon is used to determine the distance to the target. This air burst grenade launcher was initially fielded to soldiers serving in the War in Afghanistan and officially entered service in late 2015.


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