Bundeswehr in Afghanistan

A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) opens fire on a shooting range in Kunduz October 7, 2008

A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) opens fire on a shooting range in Kunduz October 7, 2008

Is that an MG36, the squad automatic weapon version of the G36 assault rifle? Or is it something else? I thought that only a few MG36s were built.

Somebody straighten Murdoc out.

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Comments

  1. It looks more like an M240 with a carry handle attached to the upper rail to me. However, it’s a bit hard to tell with the image that size and I’m not really an expert on these matters.

  2. Clearly a phase plsma rifle.

    You know it’s too bad that you have a capable, motivated force like the Bundeswehr but it has so little to actually do.

    Or more accurately, there is so little it is allowed to do.

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