Larry Vickers breaks down the HK G41

If you enjoyed the recent video from ‘Forgotten Weapons’ about the HK33, then you might like this one on HK’s follow-up on that 5.56mm platform – the G41. The G41 is a 5.56×45mm NATO assault rifle introduced in 1981 by Heckler & Koch to replace the HK33 by providing a more modern weapon compatible with […]

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H&K’s Middle Child: The HK33 and HK53 in 5.56mm

Introduced in 1968, the HK33 was Heckler & Koch’s adaptation of their roller-delay operating system to the 5.56mm / .223 Remington cartridge. In addition to the standard full-length rifle (with a 15.35 inch barrel), a shorter version was made as the HK33K (with a collapsing stock and 12.4 inch barrel). HK also made a “submachine […]

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SIG SAUER Electro-Optics Introduces ECHO3™ Thermal Reflex Sight with BDX technology

SIG SAUER Electro-Optics is pleased to introduce the ECHO3 Thermal Reflex Sight. The ECHO3 is a direct view thermal sight, utilizing SIG SAUER BDX technology, with the capability to capture images and record video in eight different color palettes. “The ECHO3 is an ultra-compact, lightweight direct-view thermal sight,” said Andy York, President, SIG SAUER Electro-Optics. […]

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SIG’s New Belt-Fed Machine Gun at SHOT Show 2020

It’s no secret that SIG-SAUER USA is like an unstoppable juggernaut of very impressive new products that just keeps winning in every category they operate in. On the defense market front, one of their most interesting and innovative new offerings is the company’s .338 Norma Magnum (MG-338) medium machine gun. As a quick reminder, the […]

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