The Grand Power pistols are modern high quality handguns. Their exceptionality resides in the locking based on locking by rotating barrel guided by crosswise pin

The steel is heated treated to the value 40 -42 HRC and consequently carbon-oxinitrided by technology tenifer QPQ TO 750 HV.

The hardness of the core material of the container is 30 HRC



A weapon consisting of a metal tube, with mechanical attachments, from which projectiles are shot by the force of an explosive; a piece of ordnance. any portable firearm, as a rifle, shotgun, or revolver. a long-barreled cannon having a relatively flat trajectory..


This weapon is perfect for concealed carry users because it is light, carries a strong punch, and is very accurate. As probably obvious by the name, it is different from shotguns, rifles, and machine guns because you can fire it with one hand.

AR Rifles

The AR in AR-15 does not, contrary to common belief, stand for ‘assault rifle’, but instead is named after its original manufacturer, Armalite. The civilian AR-15 is exclusively a semi-automatic rifle, immediately disqualifying it from being an assault rifle, and if you try to convert this weapon to an automatic weapon you will land yourself in prison.

Machine Guns

Legally a machine gun is any fully automatic weapon. However there are several types that meet the legal definition but are categorized differently in design and practice. These types are submachine guns, heavy machine guns, light machine guns, and assault rifles/select-fire rifles.




A gun is a device or ranged weapon designed to throw a projectile using pressure or explosive force.[1][2] The projectiles are typically solid, but can also be pressurized liquid (e.g. in water guns/cannons), or gas (e.g. light-gas gun). Solid projectiles may be free-flying (as with bullets and artillery shells) or tethered (as with Tasers, spearguns and harpoon guns). A large-caliber gun is also called a cannon. The means of projectile propulsion vary according to designs, but are traditionally effected pneumatically by a high gas pressure contained within a barrel tube (gun barrel), produced either through the rapid exothermic combustion of propellants (as with firearms), or by mechanical compression (as with air guns). The high-pressure gas is introduced behind the projectile, pushing and accelerating it down the length of the tube, imparting sufficient launch velocity to sustain its further travel towards the target once the propelling gas ceases acting upon it after it exits the muzzle. Alternatively, new-concept linear motor weapons may employ an electromagnetic field to achieve acceleration, in which case the barrel may be substituted by guide rails (as in railguns) or wrapped with magnetic coils (as in coilguns). The first devices identified as guns or proto-guns appeared in China from around AD 1000.[3] By the end of the 13th century, they had become "true guns," metal barrel firearms that fired single projectiles which occluded the barrel.[4][5] Gunpowder and gun technology spread throughout Eurasia during the 14th century

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