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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor Tercio norte el Mié Jul 04, 2018 9:30 am

La noticia tiene mucho de propaganda, pero deja claro que tienen una linea de trabajo y desarrollo que van a seguir, donde van a meter mucha pasta y de la que ya empiezan a salir cositas que valen de base sobre las que crecer
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Jul 04, 2018 9:35 am

Es muy fácil: ¿Cuántos kwh puedes almacenar en cuánto volumen y peso? ¿En cuántos disparos divides esa capacidad?
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor Tercio norte el Mié Jul 04, 2018 10:33 am

Esta claro que no es para mañana, ni siquiera para el año que viene, seguramente ni para la siguiente decada. Y dicho esto, que capacidad tenian las baterias (de los telefonos por ejemplo) hace 10 anos y cuanto pesaban y cuanto tienen ahora?? Los datos del articulo me parecen exageradisimos, 1000 disparos por cargador (bateria de litio) me cuesta creermelo, a la fuerza tiene que tener muy poca potencia. Pero si en x años consiguen concentrar esos 1000 disparos por bateria en, pongamos 100, y aumentar la capacidad de la bateria digamos que utilizando baterias de grafeno u otras tecnologias.......

Es una tecnologia en estado embrional, le falta mucho no, muchisimo, pero ya tienen una base sobre la que desarrollar
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Jul 04, 2018 11:48 am

Los temas eléctricos avanzan mucho, muchísimo más despacio de lo que los medios nos quieren hacer creer con sus artículos. El salto del LiPo llevó casi 20 años de inversión bestial, y es un pico que tardaremos mucho en superar, si es que lo logramos.

y la densidad energética de las baterias LiPo es muy inferior a la de la gasolina :(

Estoy convencido de que es una vía muerta. Los láseres tácticos funcionales van en trailers pesados, y ha sido un logro tecnológico bestial
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor ruso el Mié Jul 04, 2018 3:39 pm

Tercio norte escribió:https://www.abc.es/tecnologia/informatica/soluciones/abci-china-crea-rifle-laser-puede-abrasar-personas-casi-kilometro-201807020919_noticia.html

Llegan los fusiles de asalto laser???

El titular es como para fusilar al autor.

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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor Tercio norte el Vie Jul 06, 2018 10:08 am

http://galaxiamilitar.es/raytheon-desar ... ounidense/

Raytheon prepara un laser para instalar en vehiculos tacticos medios, y anuncia (y por eso lo pongo aqui) que podra entregar pronto rifles laser. Hace mencion a un informe en el que se asegura que las armas laser son asequibles y pronto supondran una ventaja critica.
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor CVR el Vie Jul 06, 2018 10:54 am

La misma noticia un con un poco más de profundidad (aunque siga siendo bastante sensacionalista)
http://cadenaser.com/ser/2018/07/03/cie ... 8.amp.html
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor ruso el Vie Jul 06, 2018 4:01 pm

El 25 de mayo de 1977, Lucasfilm estrenaba 'La guerra de las galaxias'. Una película, ambientada en un futuro lejano,

Otro inútil. Éste candidato al pozo del sarlacc. Cualquiera sabe que Star Wars está ambientada hace mucho tiempo, no en el futuro.

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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Jul 11, 2018 9:35 am


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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Jue Jul 12, 2018 9:11 am

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Textron is gambling that its 14 years of work on case-telescoped weapons research will satisfy the U.S. Army's ambitious requirements for an M249 squad automatic weapon replacement.

The service recently awarded Textron and five other gunmakers a contract to build prototype weapons for its Next Generation Squad Automatic Rifle program.

The contract awards are the result of a Prototype Opportunity Notice the Army released in March in an effort to develop a futuristic replacement for the three-decade-old M249. The Next Generation Squad Automatic Rifle, or NGSAR, is one of the Army's primary efforts under its soldier lethality modernization priority.

"The NGSAR will address operational needs identified in various capability-based assessments and numerous after action reports," according to the PON solicitation document.

"It will combine the firepower and range of a machine gun with the precision and ergonomics of a rifle, yielding capability improvements in accuracy, range, and lethality," the document continues. "The weapon will be lightweight and fire lightweight ammunition, improving soldier mobility, survivability, and firing accuracy."

Wayne Prender, vice president of Applied Technologies & Advanced Programs at Textron Systems, talked to Military.com about his firm's approach to the prototype effort.

"We are leveraging and building upon our lineage of lightweight squad weapon technologies that we have been working on over the last 14 years," he said.

Textron was notified in late June of the contract award to deliver one prototype weapon, one fire control system and 2,000 rounds of ammunition within 12 months, Prender said.

Military.com has asked the Army to identify the other five companies that were awarded contracts, but the service did not have an answer by press time.

The Army intends to evaluate the prototypes in an attempt to refine the requirements for the NGSAR.

"It was disclosed at industry day: The result of this prototype opportunity will be yet another full and open competition," Prender said.

The Army wants the prototype weapons -- including sling, bipod and suppressor -- to weigh no more than 12 pounds and have a maximum length of 35 inches, according to the PON document.

The weapon must have a sustained rate of fire of 60 rounds per minute for 15 minutes without requiring a barrel change, the document states.

Under the weapon controllability requirement, a soldier "firing standing with optic at a 50-meter E-Type silhouette given 3 to 5 round burst must be able to engage in 2-4 seconds placing two rounds 70 percent of the time on target," it adds.

The Army also wants ammunition to weigh 20 percent less than the current brass-cased ammo, the document states.

This is where Textron has invested a large amount of research into its case-telescoped ammunition technology. The futuristic cartridges -- featuring a plastic case rather than a brass one to hold the propellant and the projectile, like a conventional shotgun shell -- offer significant weight reductions compared to conventional ammo.

Textron has developed light and medium machine guns that fire 5.56mm and 7.62mm case-telescoped ammunition under the Lightweight Small Arms Technology program, an effort the Army has invested millions of research dollars into over the last decade.

Last year, the company unveiled its new Intermediate Case-Telescoped Carbine, chambered for 6.5mm.

Despite Textron's experience in this arena, Prender admits it will not be easy to deliver what the Army wants.

"They have some pretty aggressive goals with respect to lethality and weight and size and some other performance characteristics," he said. "All of those things individually may be relatively easy but, when you start stacking them all together, that is really where it becomes complex and you need a new design."

Prender would not give specifics about the prototype Textron is submitting, but said "we are taking lessons from all of our case-telescoped projects to include the 5.56mm, 7.62mm and the intermediate caliber -- all that information is informing this new design."

"There is not an easy button here. Certainly, we think our case-telescoped solution is an ideal one to meet these requirements ... but there is development that is necessary over and above what we have done to date," he added.

-- Matthew Cox can be reached at matthew.cox@military.com.

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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor CVR el Sab Jul 14, 2018 9:55 am

¿Aparecerá por fin algo nuevo?
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Sab Jul 14, 2018 11:59 pm

Seguro. No hay más margen


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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Ago 08, 2018 10:32 am

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British Army Drops FN Minimi, 60mm Mortar and L86 Light Support Weapon
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Tags: british army, FN Minimi, L86 Light Support Weapon, M6 60mm Mortar, small arms

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Member of the 1st Mechanized Brigade with an L110A2 equipped with a standard SUSAT sight, Afghanistan, 2013 (MOD/British Army)

The British Army has announced some major changes to its infantry small arms. Confirming that it will drop the FN Para Minimi or L110A3 at the fire team level. Additionally, the M6-640 60mm mortar will also be phased out and the L86A2 light support weapon will also be removed from service.

The phasing out of the Para Minimi was confirmed in the August issue of the British Army’s Soldier magazine and comes as no surprise as the move has been rumoured for a number of years. It was initially confirmed back in March during a seminar at the 2018 Future Soldier Technology conference, held in London when the CO of the British Army’s Infantry Trials and Development Unit confirmed that the L110A3 would be dropped.

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Men of the Household Division training with an L86A2 LSW and an L85A2 ((Sgt. Peter George/MOD)

Major John Anthistle of the Equipment Directorate said: “despite the popular view, it is far heavier but less lethal and effective.” Major Anthistle confirmed that some elements of Joint Force Command [which manages the joint capabilities group from Britain’s three armed services] would retain the weapon,” but admitted that the L110A3 “is rarely employed in favour of the 7.62mm equivalent.”

The M6-640 60mm mortar from Hirtenberger will also be phased out by April 2019. Like the L110, the M6 was procured initially as an urgent operational requirement and was used by dismounted infantry in Afghanistan. Despite being described as a lightweight mortar, it weighs 18.6kg and has been found to be relatively inaccurate which the Equipment Directorate says has led to minimal use. Various options including the Carl Gustav 84mm AT weapon rotary 40mm grenade launchers are being evaluated as potential replacements.

M6 60mm mortar
Mortar Team from The Household Division firing their M6 60mm Mortar during a live fire exercise (Sgt. Peter George/MOD)

The L86A2 light support weapon will also be phased out of service by the spring of 2019, with the procurement of further L129A1 7.62x51mm Sharpshooter Rifles to fill the gap. Major Anthistle said that “the Sharpshooter has been proven to provide effective precision fire beyond the range of other platoon weapons… enhancing the capability of the dismounted close combat section in all roles.

Major Mark Whitehouse of the Ground Manoeuvre Capability Directorate said: “this is not a financially driven cull but a review of our capability to ensure that we have a battle-winning, optimised set of systems in users’ hands.”
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor CVR el Mié Ago 08, 2018 5:18 pm

El L129A1 de la Lewis Machine & Tool Co, el fusil de precisión de tirador designado, que comenzó como un complemento del resto de las armas del pelotón ('section' en el Ejército británico), va abriéndose paso y ha desbancado a la clásica Minimi.
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Re: Armas individuales y de escuadra

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Ago 08, 2018 10:53 pm

Realmente ha ocurrido eso... junto con una 240 aligerada.

En otras palabras, no se trata sólo de tener más alcance, algo no siempre necesario. Se trata de traspasar mejor muros de adobe o ladrillo, algo de todo punto imposible con 5.56.
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