The picture released by Majeed Brigade social media wing shows four men with AK-47 rifles; at least two AKs are also fitted with 40mm under-barrel grenade launchers
, most likely GP-25.
The arms and ammunition recovered from the spot include 2 AK-47, 03 magazines, 355 Rds, 1 Under-barrel Grenade Launchers
(UBGL), 4 UBGL Gren and 4 Chinese Gren.
The new HK269 under-barrel grenade launchers
will be different as compared with the ones which are presently in service with capacity to be charged by opening a barrel to both sides, as against the fielded version that may be opened to only one side.
machine gun, an AGS-17 30mm Automatic Grenade Launcher, PKM GP machine gun, my SVD rifle, RPG-7, several RPG-18s, numerous AK rifles equipped with GP-25 40mm under-barrel grenade launchers
and two AKMS rifles with PBS-1 silencers.
Following the near-full development of an innovative grenade system by Metal Storm (an Americano-Australian company) the term * single-shot * for under-barrel grenade launchers
might become obsolescent in the near future, as Metal Storm has developed a system known as 'stacked grenade', in which more than one grenade can be stacked in line and fired using an electric ignition system located on the side of the grenade.
The Pribor Research and Production Center announced in May 2001 that it had developed a 40mm "cumulative" round for GP-25 and GP-30 under-barrel grenade launchers
capable of piercing 60 to 70mm of armor.
Summary: Bandipora (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Nov 19 (ANI): Arms and ammunition, including Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers
, AK-47s and 10 hand grenades, were recovered post the encounter which took place in Hajin on Saturday.
During the search operations, two Chinese pistols with two magazines and five rounds, one .303 rifle with one magazine and ten cartridges, one Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers
(UBGLs) launcher with five grenades were recovered from the spot.
The seizure includes 405 live rounds of ammunitions, rounds of AK 47 rifle and 103 pistol, Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers
, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) chargers, boosters, fuses and detonators, batteries and cells.