Battlefield forensics for Persian Gulf States : regional and U.S. military weapons, ammunition and headstamp markings / authored by Don Mikko and William Bailey.Material type: TextPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, Description: 1 online resourceContent type:
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- HV8077 .M46 2019eb
"Battlefield Forensics for Persian Gulf States provides an illustrative reference of various weapons, toolmarks, headstamps, and other traits in order to identify the origins of a variety of guns, casings, and ammunition that can be found in the Middle East."--Provided by publisher.
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Debt of Gratitude; About the Authors; Assistant Editors; Introduction; I: Weapons of the Opposing Forces in the Persian Gulf, Middle East, and Other Foreign Countries; I.1 Makarov 9mm Pistol (PM); Weapons Brief; Operability; I.2 Tariq 9mm Pistol; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.3 Hungarian PA-63 Pistol; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.4 Iraqi Model 74 Pistol; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.5 Soviet AK-74 Assault Rifle; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.6 Soviet AK-47/AKM Assault Rifles; Weapons Brief; Operability
I.7 UZI Submachine GunWeapons Brief; Operability; I.8 UK L2A3/L34A1 Submachine Guns; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.9 German G3 Rifle; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.10 Soviet PPS-43 Submachine Gun; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.11 Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.12 Soviet Dragunov Sniper Rifle (SVD); Weapons Brief; Operability; I.13 Romanian FPK Sniper Rifle; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.14 Soviet RPD Machine Gun; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.15 Czechoslovakian VZ52/57 Light Machine Gun; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.16 Soviet PK Machine Gun; Operability
I.17 Soviet DShK 1938/46 Heavy Machine GunWeapons Brief; Operability; I.18 Soviet AGS-17 Grenade Launcher; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.19 Soviet RPG-7 Antitank Grenade Launcher; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.20 Soviet RPG-18 Antitank Rocket Launcher; Weapons Brief; Operability; I.21 Soviet SPG-9 73mm Recoilless Gun; Weapons Brief; Operability; II: Foreign and U.S. Weapons Review; Foreign and U.S. Weapons Review Sheet; Symbols; II.1 Foreign Handguns/Sidearms; II.2 Foreign Submachine Guns; II.3 Foreign Assault Rifles; II.4 Foreign Service Rifles; II.5 Foreign Machine Guns
II.6 Foreign Anti-ArmorII.7 Foreign Grenade Launchers; II.8 U.S. Service Pistols; II.9 U.S. Grenade Launchers; II.10 U.S. Assault Rifles; II.11 U.S. Service Rifles; II.12 U.S. Submachine Guns; II.13 U.S. Machine Guns; Notes; Differences M240 Series; Differences M3/M3A1; Differences M1911/M1911A1; Differences M16 Series; III: Selector Markings and Proofmarks; Selector Settings and Markings; Proofmarks; IV: Armor-Piercing Penetrators Found in the Persian Gulf/Middle East; Penetrators; IV.1 7.62 ? 39mm Penetrators; IV.2 7.62 ? 51mm (.308 Winchester) Penetrators; IV.3 7.62 ? 54mmR Penetrators
IV.4 .50 Caliber PenetratorsIV.5 12.7 ? 108mm Penetrators; IV.6 14.4 ? 114mm Penetrators; V: Headstamps; V.1 7.62 ? 39mm-Egyptian; V.2 7.62 ? 39mm-Iranian; V.3 7.62 ? 39mm-Iraqi; V.4 7.62 ? 39mm-Syrian; V.5 7.62 ? 39mm-Polish; V.6 7.62 ? 39mm-Bosnian; V.7 7.62 ? 54mmR-Albanian; V.8 7.62 ? 54mmR-Bulgarian; V.9 7.62 ? 54mmR-Chinese; V.10 7.62 ? 54mmR-Greek; V.11 7.62 ? 54mmR-Iranian; V.12 7.62 ? 54mmR-Romanian; V.13 7.62 ? 54mmR-Iraqi; V.14 7.62 ? 54mmR-Yugoslavian; V.15 7.62 ? 54mmR-Russian; V.16 9 ? 19mm-Iranian; V.17 9 ? 19mm-Iraqi; V.18 9 ? 19mm-Romanian; V.19 9 ? 19mm-Czech
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