IWI Negev: IDF’s Light Machine Gun

The IWI Negev was designed as a light machine gun in the late 1980s. It was produced by developed by the Israeli firearm manufacturer, Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) (formerly Israel Military Industries

Beretta 92: Ultimate Combat and Tactical Pistol

Initially designed for the Italian army and police, the Beretta 92 pistols earned most of their fame (both good and bad) as the standard sidearm of the US military (designated as M9).

Gilboa Snake: Twice deadly as an AR-15 platform

The Gilboa Snake rifle was developed by Israeli company Silver Shadow and Gilboa® USA and initially conceived by Amos Golan, CEO of the company and designer of the famous Cornershot system. The

Barrett M99: Chris Kyle’s Favorite Fifty Cal

The Barrett M99 rifle was first introduced in 1999 and is the latest development of the Barrett Firearms Co. The Barrett M99 rifle is also dubbed as “Big Shot.” The Barrett company

Heckler & Koch MP7: A Operators Weapon of Choice

The Heckler & Koch MP7 submachine gun has emerged as a weapon of choice for professionals seeking a compact yet high-performance firearm. In line with the natural evolution of machine guns, the

FN P90: An advanced personal defense weapon

The FN P90 submachine gun was developed in the late 1980s as an advanced personal defense weapon for the troops whose primary activities do not include small arms, such as vehicle and

Riot Control Grenades: CS, CN and Baton rounds

Riot control grenades take two primary forms, chemical and kinetic. Chemical riot control grenades are designed to emit fumes that irritate or disable to the extent that they prevent persons from carrying