1. ur cunt
2. What's the current rifle in service?
Zastava M21 is the newst assault rifle in our service i think
I believe the most common is the M4, but we're slowly replacing them with the HK416.
Thought you guys would stick with the M4A1.
>The spanish version of the german G36
What do you think of the overheating issue?
>But we used to had the CETME, a spanish assault rifle, similar to the german G3
The G3 really is a Spanish rifle. Spaniards designed it, Germans built it.
Our defense minister basically a commie who doesn't know shit about military. He was named by Dilma, but they are too scared to mess with the military.
Our Secretary of Defense doesn't know anything about the military either
He's an SJW faggot who is more concerned with integrating men and women into the same basic training platoons than with maintaining a war-ready infantry
He basically sees the military as his own social experiment
Here they actually did things right tho. At least for the military. Most of the reform is already done, some to go. The Army General didn't complained much about the last Defense Minister who was also a retard.
Our Navy uses M4's btw.
Tavor (mostly the micro variant)
AR-15 derivatives (M4 and M16A1 carbine)
Bullpups are a meme, and the Tavor is no exception.
We mostly have G3's, HK-33's and some AK-47's.
They will be replaced with MPT-76(HK417).
No exception, but probably the best you can do with a bullpup design. Reliable long-stroke gas system, ambidextrous, crisp trigger break. And the Israelis have an actual use for bullpups; most of their fighting is in urban areas.
Don't know what Tavor you've used but the trigger is spongy as fuck, absolutely horrible.
To actually make it ambidextrous you need to replace some parts, cant really to it on the fly.
Can't fault it for reliability, but its a bitch to clean and maintain.
Also, repairs can get tricky.
I'd pick an M4 over a Tavor any day, the length isn't really an issue.
It's the 5.56 version.
>Don't know what Tavor you've used but the trigger is spongy as fuck, absolutely horrible.
I didn't say it wasn't spongy, only that the break is nicer than other bullpups. I'm not sure why designers haven't started using electronic actuation for the trigger. Maybe because you need a mechanical fallback and the complexity is too much.
>To actually make it ambidextrous you need to replace some parts, cant really to it on the fly.
At least it doesn't fling hot brass into your face if you use it with your opposite hand (like the Steyr AUG).
>Can't fault it for reliability, but its a bitch to clean and maintain.
Isn't it one captive pin to remove the bolt-carrier group and two pins to remove the trigger group? Looks pretty simple, unless you're changing the barrel.
Pretty much these buggers, though we also use the M4 and MP5 in some quantities as well, some small amount of the HK416 and 417 are also floating around in service.
>M4 and MP5 in some quantities as well,
nah lol. m4's are only for specialized units and mp5s were only used in basic to familiarize us with subs
>paying 5x the amount for each rifle cos they are strayan made
They're not as good as the M4 either, I much preferred the AR platform than the F88's.
In terms of durability they're fine, but the magazines are shitty, the trigger pull is not great and the accuracy isn't as good as it could be. However that might have been tightened up a bit with the fixed barrel on the EF, I dunno- been out of the service for some time. My biggest complaints where the mags though, the lack of free-fall on release is annoying, when they get older they wear/crack around the feed lip and would be much better using a STANAG type of magazine.
We sort of ended up with the because for a while we couldn't get local production of the AR's licensed off the yanks, so we needed something which would do the job and the Steyr platform was chosen. At the time it was a decent weapon system, but she's got some age on it now and hence it needed to be modernised. As far as I know, we could produce the AR's here now, but not sure if that ever took off.
AK variants are the most common ones, but pretty much every department has its own gun.
Not much of a gun person, maybe you can identify a few if you want to.