5.56 NATO (5.565mm caliber) “Arsenal” Assault Rifle
with Short Barrel and Folding Butt
5.56 NATO AR – M4 SF
The 5.56 NATO AR- M4SF is a highly effective automatic weapon designed for the antipersonnel role.
The weapon can be used for the armament of heavy combat equipment crews, reconnaissance detachments, special antiterrorist and police troops and security services. The system operated on propellant gasses diverted through a vent in the barrel.
The barrel chamber is closed by turn of the bolt and engaging the firing stops in the receiver.
The weapon is characterized by milled receiver made according to the method of hot die forging.
Sighting range of the weapon is 500m, but single and multiple targets can be destroyed by firing at a range of 250m. Skilled marksmen can hit targets in the single-shot mode up to 350m. The bullet has a lethal range of 1100m.
If necessary you can use a build-in Tactical Flashlight for target lightning. A special sight carrying plate enables you to attach a Passive Collimator Sight MK-30, Optical Sight (option) or Night Vision Device (option) to make firing more precise.
A right folding metal butt and a shortened barrel are fitted to the rifle so the constriction generally features a basic individual weapon of assault and special task group. To make rapid fire mode changing weapon have also an additional left fire selector level.
As a weapon used by special forces it is equipped with a new type sling that help you at the time of carrying it in combat operations, for rapid opening of fire at marching position as well as for fast changing of one weapon with an other.
At the time of secret operation can be used a silencer (option).
Each Weapon is equipped with rail for any kind of sighting devices.
The weapon fires 5.56 NATO cartridges (5.565mm).
5.56 NATO AR-M4SF has metal side folding buttstock.
- luminous spot on the sights;
- 20/30-round translucent polymer magazine;
- front sight adjusting kit (in the ratio 1:10);
- set for magazines coupling;
- blank fire attachment;
- collimator sight