Silenced HK USP Tactical .40, HK USP .45, and a Glock 21 Gen 4.
A run of the mill Polish AKM from Century Arms with an underfolding stock. Although popular for its compact size, the stock has some disadvantages. It lacks a proper cheek weld and it will eventually work itself loose. This is often why when you see a used one for sale online, the sellers will usually mention if the stock folds and locks up tight or if there is considerable play and movement. (GRH)
Two gorgeous photos of a fresh-off the factory line Sukhoi Su-30SMs. The newest Flanker variant, the SM incorporates new avionics and the ability to carry a wide variety of munitions. The SM has twelve hardponits for weapons, carrying up to 8 tons of munitions. (Sources: Top Bottom )
An AK by different names, depending on the importer, you’ll sometimes see these marked AKS-762 or AK47S etc. Made in China, the “Spiker” rifles, nicknamed due to their integrated spike bayonet, are collectable and considered some of the best AK’s on the market. The configuration of the rifle in the photos is what would be called a “double-underfolder” because of the two underfolding parts; the stock and bayonet. (GRH)