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FNH USA Machine Guns

FNH USA Machine Guns

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FEARSOME FIREPOWER FROM FN.
Nobody understands the demands of the mission better than FN Herstal, the leading manufacturer of military small arms in the world. FN delivers 70% of the small arms employed by U.S. Forces today. From weapons like the M240, M249, M2 and M3 Series of machine guns to the awesome M3M .50 and FN 5.7x28mm systems, FN leads the world in delivering small arms with one thing in mind – the mission.
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FABRIQUE NATIONALE. THE PLACE WHERE LEGENDS ARE MADE.
When the discussion turns to the history of small arms development, the conversation naturally centers on the contributions of Fabrique Nationale. The FN firm was founded by a consortium of gunmakers in 1889 in Herstal, Belgium, to better fulfill a major service rifle contract for the Belgian military. Over the decades, FN’s reputation for innovative manufacturing processes, precise engineering and flawless quality quickly grew and attracted some of the finest minds in firearms engineering. Legendary gun designers like John Moses Browning and Dieudonne Saive relied on the engineers and craftsmen of FN to turn their futuristic visions into steel reality.
For much of the twentieth century FN produced a number of weapons systems that have become familiar to several generations of soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines serving with military forces worldwide. Millions of men have gone into battle entrusting their lives to rugged and dependable firearms like the FN FAL, the autoloading P-35 Hi Power pistol and the MAG/M240 and MINIMI/M249 machine guns. Even today FN continues to build many of these classic designs, including the formidable .50 caliber Browning M2HB QCB heavy machine gun. Yet innovation remains the hallmark of FN and is clearly represented in cutting edge designs like the innovative 5.7x28mm FN P90
®
 Personal Defense Weapon and FN Five-seveN
®
 pistol, as well as the incredible new multi-caliber, multi-role, multi-mission capable FN SCAR Special Combat Automatic Rifle.Today FN military weapons are used by the armed services of more than 100 nations. Some 70% of the small arms currently used by U.S. Forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the globe proudly bear the name FN. That’s because the FN name represents the zenith of quality and reliability in military weapons systems. Nothing less is acceptable when brave men and women are tasked to go into harm’s way. When the mission is defending freedom, the tools are made by FN.
 John M. Browning personally tests an early water-cooled model of his .50 caliber machine gun in September 1918. This basic design has been continually refined over nearly a century and remains in frontline service with armed forces around the world as the FN M2HB QCB and M3M systems.
The design genius of John M. Browning often found expression in small conceptual sketches like this one.
 
AVAILABLE TO: LAW ENFORCEMENT • MILITARY
MK 46 MOD 1
PRODUCT NO.
46000
SPECIFICATIONS
• 5.56x45mm NATO• 16.3" barrel length• 36.22" overall length• 9.33" overall height• 14.73 lbs. empty• 1:7" twist rate• 7.87-15.7 lbs. trigger pull• 0.39" trigger travel to discharge• 750 RPM cyclic rate
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MK 46 MOD 1
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Photo courtesy U.S. Department of Defense.

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