Portable assault rifle that fires cartridges; in automatic weapons such as submachine guns and light machine guns, the cartridges are fed by a magazine or a belt.
Muzzle attachment designed to cool the gases and reduce muzzle flash.
Piece that protects the shooter’s hand from the heat of the barrel.
Part containing the cartridges, which are automatically fed into the gun barrel.
Catch that blocks the trigger to prevent the weapon from firing by accident.
Device that is pressed to fire the weapon.
Back part of the weapon that is held against the shoulder.
Part for holding and aiming the weapon; its shape is similar to that of a pistol butt.
Device used to cock the weapon.
bolt assist mechanism
Mechanism for choosing between automatic fire (center position) or single shot (down position).
Articulated graduated aiming device attached to the back of the barrel; the rear sight is lined up with the front sight when aiming.
Tubular part that guides the trajectory of the projectile.
front sight housing
Device that protects the front sight from impact.
Perforated or water-filled metal tube around the barrel; during firing, the tube fills with water to cool down the barrel.
Hole from which the empty shell casings are ejected.
Metal casing around the weapon’s firing mechanism.