FN M240B 7.62mm Belt-Fed Machine GunFN
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FN M240B 7.62mm Belt-Fed Machine Gun
Description:The M240 B is the “go to/can do” medium machine gun for all branches of the U.S. Military, offering absolute reliability, extended range and an exceptional service life. The M240 B’s cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel has a hard-chromed bore for longer life and improved accuracy. The receiver is machined steel and is equipped with a top-mounted MIL-STD 1913 optical rail. The crossbolt safety and curved trigger help enhance operator control. All M240 B’s include one spare barrel.
Each M240 model includes one spare barrel.
- Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
- Barrel Length: 21.7″
- Overall Length: 48.5″
- Overall Height: 11.6″
- Machined steel receiver
- Composite polymer trigger grip
- Lightweight 5.8 lbs. barrel
- Machined steel front sight
- Single port gas regulator
- Cyclic Rate of Fire: 550 to 650 rounds per minute (RPM)
First off, factually speaking, I agree with most the other comments. The 240 Bravo (and successor variants) are very effective at what they were designed to do as long as you maintain them. With that said, I find all the reviews from (self proclaimed) Army bad a$$e$ that feel the need to boast about the fact that they're veterans and have "fired" a 240G at some point in their career humorous. Congratulations, so have I and probably 400K+ other soldiers/Marines in the last decade or two... Speaking of Marines, even USMC admin and supply FOB'its shoot 240's prior to their MOS school... just saying... I wouldn't be surprised if our Chaplain shot the 240...
i was a gunner in Afghanistan and Iraq this is one powerhouse of fun
Once you fire this bad boy it will forever turn you into a chick magnet. You have been warned!!!
I was a 240 Gunner On an MRAP on my deployment to Afghanistan. By far my favorite weapons system. Obviously just make sure you take care of it.
I am a 240 gunner with 101st airborne. Although the 240 can jam sometimes, it also saves lives based on its intimidating fire power!
Former 240 gunner from the 82nd airborne! These guns are absolutely incredible. The amount of firepower and lead you can sling down range is awe inspiring. If you have the money, buy one!