Lightweight firearm with a relatively short barrel; it shoots projectiles 5.6 mm in diameter.
Movable and adjustable part against which the shooter can rest his cheek when shouldering the weapon.
Metal piece covering and protecting the trigger.
Device that is pressed to fire the weapon.
Part on which the shooter places a hand to support the rifle.
Curved part that keeps the rifle under the shoulder to provide maximum stability.
Metal aiming device attached to the front of the barrel.
Articulated graduated aiming device attached to the back of the barrel; the rear sight is lined up with the front sight when aiming.
Ammunition consisting of a projectile (ball or lead), an explosive charge (gunpowder) and a primer collected inside a casing.