FN F2000: World’s Dangerous Rifle

The FN F2000 is considered as the seventh most dangerous gun in the world because it is gas operated. It was designed and created in Belgium by FN Herstal. It was first displayed in Abu Dhabi during the IDEX defense exhibition last 2001. The FN F2000 gun has three variants that you can choose.

Pic6FN F2000 is a fully automatic 5.56 x 45 mm NATO bullpop assault rifle.

FN F2000 has two main assemblies, the barrel, receiver group and the frame. The assemblies are connected by an axis pin. It has a removable hand guard, which is in front of the trigger and which also encloses the trigger guard. The shooter can shoot the target within a 500 meters range by using a 5.50 caliber. It can also fire 850 for every minute.

FN F2000 safety system and the trigger “mechereceiceranism” followed the previous gun P90 Personal Defense Weapon. The weapon can easily be secured from accidental firing when the fire selector becomes the weapon manual safety. The trigger ceased to function when the setting is adjusted to “safe” mode. The shell or frame of the rifle is made of combined materials. Most of its parts are made of nylon injection molding, however, its hammer, group pins and springs are made of steel.
FN F2000 rifle has no hold-open device; hence, the bolt does not stay back after firing the last round. It has a weapon sight located in the receiver which has a fixed magnification of 1.6 xs. Its reticle does not allow the rifle to be used in low light conditions. FN F2000 has a grenade launcher with standard velocity of 40 x 46 mm grenades. The grenade launcher’s trigger was placed under the F2000 trigger to make it easy to use without giving problems to the users.

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