M2 Machine Gun
The M2 machine gun was designed in the 1920s by John Browning. It is a testament to the strength of that design that the same weapon is still in widespread throughout the modern US military.
The M2 fires the devastating .50 BMG round out to an effective range of over a mile. The weapon can take on soft-skinned vehicles and light armour. It can punch through concrete walls and chew up a forest. Such firepower and reach makes it a favorite among Special Operations Forces (SOF) who need to be able to hit hard and fast. The weapon can be mounted on a vehicle, boat or aircraft or mounted on a tripod.
M2 HB Specifications
|barrel length:||45 inches|
|rate of fire :||450-575 rpm|
|muzzle velocity :||2,910 feet per second|
|effective range :||up to 1800 meters|
|caliber :||.50 BMG|