The video lists the top 10 most dangerous guns according to a criteria of killing power, range, usability and ruggedness, as well as the amount of killings these guns have been used for.
The AK-47 Kalashnikov is an assault rifle from the former Soviet Union that was designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1946–1948. Initially planned for use by the USSR during the war in those times, an AK-47 can shoot 580 rounds in just one minute. It has earned quite a notorious reputation worldwide and is still being used by security agencies.
The HK MG4 MG 43 Machine Gun is a light machine gun from Germany, designed by Heckler & Koch in 1990. It can shoot a high number of rounds in the least amount of time and hits the aim straight, making it an accurate weapon.
The Heckler and Koch HK416 Assault Rifle, designed by Ernst Mauch in 2004, is an assault rifle carbine from Germany. Considered the updated version of the M4, the HK416 is ranked eighth among the most dangerous guns in the world.
The Thompson M192 Machine Gun is another assault rifle, this time made by Capco. The rifle can shoot six hundred rounds in one minute, putting it under the semi-machine gun category.
The FN-2000 Assault Rifle, made in Belgium by FN Herstal in 1995-2001, is a bullpup assault rifle was first used in Abu Dhabi in 2001. It carries extremely powerful NATO 5.56x45mm rounds.
The MG3 Machine Gun is a general-purpose machine gun from West Germany, designed by Rheinmetall in 1960. It was widely used in World War II due to its speed.
The XM307 ACSW Advanced Heavy Machine Gun is an American, general-purpose machine gun made by Prime Contractor in 2004. Run by two people, this machine gun shoots approximately 260 rounds in one minute with great accuracy.
The Uzi Sub-machine Gun from Israel was designed by Uziel Gal in 1948. Shorter than other rifles, this was made for expert shooters. Portable and easy to use and carry, the Uzi is also a favorite among self-defense weapons owners and security agencies.
The Thompson M1921 Sub-machine Gun is USA-made, designed by John Thompson in 1917-1920, and still highly popular today. Effective and accurate, law enforcement and military units – as well as criminals – use this because of its quick shooting and accuracy.
The DSR-Precision DSR 50 Sniper Rifle is a bullpup bolt action rifle from Germany designed by Ingolf Reuter in 2000. It has deadly killing power and range, with a holder for extra bullets or magazines that reduces the time in swapping out magazines.