The Assault Machine Gun from Knight’s Armament Company delivers the needed sustained volume of fire to an assault element at a low enough weight to keep pace with an assault.
With a low cyclic rate of 575-625 rounds per minute, and constant-recoil/spring run-out operation, it is more controllable than other similar machine guns that weigh nearly twice as much.
In this video we discuss the gun, its intended role, field strip it and discuss the history that lead up to the creation of this new Light Assault Machine gun.
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