light machine gun
Light automatic assault weapon that can be single-shot or automatic; its barrel is supported by a bipod.
Muzzle attachment designed to cool the gases and reduce muzzle flash.
Back part of the weapon that is held against the shoulder.
Support with two legs used to stabilize the weapon during automatic fire.
Tubular part that guides the trajectory of the projectile.
Gases released by the exploding cartridge enter this cylinder and automatically push the cartridge up into the weapon’s breech.
Part for holding and aiming the weapon; its shape is similar to that of a pistol butt.
Device that is pressed to fire the weapon.
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.
Part designed for carrying the weapon.
Articulated graduated aiming device attached to the back of the barrel; the rear sight is lined up with the front sight when aiming.
Part that opens to access the weapon’s breech.
Device used in manual shooting mode to push a cartridge into the weapon’s breech.