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Turkish Mauser

Turkish Mauser can be used to describe many of the Mauser rifles used by the Ottoman Empire and then Turkish Republic. Model 1887 Mauser rifles, chambered for 9.5x60mm. The model 1893 Mauser rifles, chambered in 7.65×53mm and later in 7.92×51mm M ...

ASM-N-8 Corvus

In April 1955, the U.S. Navy planned the acquisition of long-range "air-surface" missile armed with a nuclear warhead. This weapon should be carried by the carrier based on the North American A3J Vigilante and Douglas A4D Skyhawk. This rocket was ...

Hawk MM-1

Mm-1 is a 40x46mm semi-automatic grenade launcher manufactured in the USA by the Hawk engineering company. Relatively heavy and bulky, mm-1 can provide considerable firepower, with practical rate of fire of 30 rounds per minute. This can be usefu ...

Joint Combat Pistol

Joint combat pistol was the name of the former program for a new military pistol to replace the M9 pistol, extant from late 2005 to early 2006. The program was started in 2005 and launched USSOCOM. This is the result of a merger of two earlier pr ...

AN/SPG-60 Radar

The an / SPG-60, U.S. radar tracking, which is part of the MK-86 gun fire control system. It is used for tracking air and some MK-86 configurations it is also used for lighting for RIM-24 Tartar and rim-66 standard missiles. Although radar is the ...

Interceptor aircraft

An interceptor aircraft, or simply interceptor, is a type of fighter aircraft designed specifically to intercept a defensive role against attacking enemy aircraft, particularly bombers and reconnaissance aircraft as they are approaching. There ar ...

Z Battery

Z battery was a short range anti-aircraft weapons, which was launched 3-inch rockets with diameters from ground-based single and multiple launchers for the air defence of the United Kingdom during the Second world war.

Disney bomb

Disney bomb, also known as the Disney swish, officially the 4500 LB concrete piercing / rocket assisted bomb was a rocket-assisted bunker Buster bomb developed during the Second world war, the British Royal Navy of the penetration of hardened con ...

FAB-5000

FAB 5000NG was 5.000 kg large air-dropped, thin curtains, high-bombings were used by the Soviet air force during the Second world war. The device was the most powerful bomb in the Soviet inventory in wartime.

GBU-28

In the GBU-28 is a 5.000 lb laser guided "bunker busting" bomb made originally in the Arsenal of Watervliet, right, of Watervliet, right, new York. It was designed, manufactured and deployed in less than three weeks due to urgent need during oper ...

Grand Slam (bomb)

Bomb, medium capacity, 22.000 lb was 22.000 bomb earthquake pound used by the Royal air force against German targets during world war II. The Grand slam was a larger version of the tallboy bomb and closer to the size that its inventor, Barnes Wal ...

Massive Ordnance Penetrator

In the GBU-57A / B massive bombardment penetrator is a high-precision, 30.000 lb "bunker Buster" bombs the US air force. This is substantially more than the deepest penetrating bunker busters previously available, the 5.000-pound GBU-28 and GBU-3 ...

T-12 Cloudmaker

T-12 bomb earthquake was developed in the United States from 1944 to 1948 and deploying to output Convair B-36 Peacemaker bomber aircraft in 1958. It was one of a small class of bombs designed to destroy targets invulnerable to conventional "soft ...

BAP 100

BAP 100-French anti-runway cluster bombs, developed in the mid 1970-ies, and which entered service with the French air force in the early 1980-ies. The bomb consists of eighteen of the damaging elements located in the cluster. The acceleration of ...

Blacker Bombard

The blacker bombard, also known as crane 29 mm mortar, was an infantry anti-tank weapon, developed by General-Colonel Stewart Blacker in the early years of the Second world war. Intended as a means to equip local defense units with anti-tank weap ...

Brilliant Anti-Tank

The Northrop Grumman brilliant anti-tank submunition around the U.S. to abandon the missile. He is able to identify and attack armored vehicles. The bat uses acoustic sensors to identify its goals, as well as infrared homing terminal seeker to im ...

Northover Projector

The projector, 2.5 inch - more commonly known as Northover projector - was an ad hoc anti-tank weapons used by the British army and militia during the Second world war. With the German invasion of Britain, probably thought after the defeat in the ...

Panzerfaust

Panzerfaust was an inexpensive, single shot, recoilless German anti-tank guns of the Second world war. It consisted of a small, disposable preloaded launch tube firing a high-explosive anti-tank warhead, and was designed to operate a single soldi ...

PIAT

The projector, infantry, anti-tank MK I was a British portable anti-tank weapon developed during the Second world war. In the Piat was designed in 1942 in response to the British Armys the need for a more effective infantry anti-tank weapon, and ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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