7.62mm General Purpose Machine Gun


In the infantry role the GPMG is designed to serve as either a Light Machine Gun (LMG) or as a Sustained Fire Machine Gun (SFMG). In the LMG role it is fired from a bipod, and in the SFMG mode from a tripod. The gun may also be fired from pedestal mounts on various vehicles, boats, etc.

The Turret/Vehicle Mounted and Coaxial Armament Guns are designed for use in AFV’s. The guns may be quickly converted for use in the ground role by fitting a butt, bipod and barrel, which are carried in the vehicle.

The Coaxial version is mounted alongside the main armament in the mantlet. The rate of fire is stabilised at 625 RMP to 725 RPM. The muzzle is fitted with a combined flash hider / compensator.

A. Feed tray and cover are manufactured from aluminium alloy for durability and weight saving.

B. Ammunition feed is by disintegrating link. 200 round belts are issued but can be linked with further belts.

C. Optional fixed or adjustable gas regulators can be supplied.

D. Convenient carrying handle and barrel locking catch. Barrels may be changed in a few seconds.

E. Rear sight adjustment from 200-800m on base and 800-1800m on vertical slide.

Technical Data

Caliber 7.62x51mm NATO
Weight 12.73 kg / 30 lbs
Rate of Fire 625 - 750 RPM
LMG Maximum Range 800m
SFMG Maximum Range 1,800m
LMG Weapon Length 1,231mm / 48.5"
SFMG Weapon Length 1,048mm / 41.25"
Barrel Length 679mm / 26.75"
Ready Ammo 200 rounds
Weight 13.62 kg / 30 lbs
Free Traverse 6,400mils (360°)
Mechanical Traverse 200mils (11°)

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