Small arms producers at the European exhibition in Paris are pushing envelopes with pistols, and when they run out of bullets and sniper rifles equipped with auxiliary aiming computers, the pistol sends a message, tom Kington, my defense News colleague, reports.
More on his article: Beretta of Italy is also for its ARX-
160 assault rifle that transmits energy to the optical system.
The new tracks feature small metal points along their length that are paired with a pack of six AA-
Resize the battery in the case that forms part of the rifle inventory.
When a telescope, laser range, or torch is clipped on a track, it presses on metal contacts and gets power from them.
A spokesman for the company said the aim was to save the extra weight generated when each device came with its own battery. Virginia-
Tworx-based companies work with Beretta to develop railways.
ARX after upgrade-
160 it is shown at the exhibition that the button at the end of the barrel is attached to the guide rail and can be used to activate the laser, optics and torch clip on the guide rail.