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The FN SCAR-L (L for Light) is an assault rifle chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO caliber designed and manufactured by the Belgian firearms manufacturer FN Herstal. The assault rifle 5.56mm FN SCAR-L has been specifically designed to offer users increased portability and adaptability.

The Belgian firearms company FN Herstal designed and developed a full range of assault rifles including the FN SCAR-H chambered to fire 7.62x51 mm NATO caliber ammunition.

The Cockerill CSE 90LP is a two-man weapon system that delivers the serious fire-power and flexibility of the proven 90mm low-pressure weapon to mechanized forces. It does this in a compact package well-suited to light armoured vehicles.

CMI Defence Cockerill Medium Calibre Weapon Systems
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Cockerill Medium Calibre Weapon System Station turret technical data sheet description specifications information intelligence pictures photos images CMI Defence Cockerill Belgium Belgian army weapons Defence industry military technology
At Eurosatory 2012, the Belgian Defence Company CMI Defence unveils a new turret in its range of products, the Cockerill medium calibre weapon systems. The Cockerill Medium Calibre Weapon Systems is 2-man turret which can be armed with medium calibre cannon from 25 to 50mm calibre.
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Technical Data Sheet, specifications, description, information, pictures.
 

The Cockerill® XC-8 weapon system is a low-weight concept-turret. This concept is a response to the current market requirements, with the goal to offer solutions of light and medium-tanks.

CMI Defence CPWS 25-30 medium calibre Cockerill Protected Weapon Station 
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CMI Defence experience and technical expertise in integrating cutting-edge multi-functional weapon systems into lightweight airtransportable armoured vehicles provides CMI Defence with a unique capability: integrate proven technologies into a protected weapon station CPWS 20-25-30, equipped with different types of medium calibre guns (20 mm to 30 mm).
CMI Defence experience and technical expertise in integrating cutting-edge multi-functional weapon systems into lightweight airtransportable armoured vehicles provides CMI Defence with a unique capability: integrate proven technologies into a protected weapon station CPWS 25-30, equipped with different types of medium calibre guns (25 mm and 30 mm).
Technical Data Sheet, specifications, description, information, pictures.
 

CMI Defence CT-CV ® Weapon System (105 mm) Turret 105 mm
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To meet the present and future requirements of modern armed forces for powerful weapons, CMI Defence recently introduced the CT-CV Weapon System (gun and turret). The system is compatible with all current NATO 105 mm ammunition, but the barrel has been designed to fire ammunition with higher pressure as well as smart ammunition - and even guided missiles.
To meet the present and future requirements of modern armed forces for powerful weapons, CMI Defence recently introduced the CT-CV Weapon System (gun and turret). The system is compatible with all current NATO 105 mm ammunition, but the barrel has been designed to fire ammunition with higher pressure as well as smart ammunition - and even guided missiles.

The FN Herstal deFNder™ (Light Remotely-operated Weapon Stations) is a product designed and manufactured by FN Herstal, worldwide leader in small arms and ammunition for over a century. The deFNder™ soft recoil mount increases hit probability and can be configured for a variety of weapons including the Minimi 5.56, M249, MK 48, Minimi 7.62, M240 and MAG 7.62mm.

The deFNder Medium is a Remote Weapon Station (RWS) designed, developed, and manufactured by the Belgian firearms Company FN Herstal. Taking advantage of its long-standing firearms expertise, FN Herstal designed and developed a complete family of remote weapon stations called deFNder™.

The FN 509™ is the latest generation of 9x19mm semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by the Belgian Company FN Herstal. This pistol was unveiled in Europe during the Milipol Paris 2017, Internal State Homeland Security Exhibition in November 2017.

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