Top 10 High Tech Weapons (High Tech Guns/Rifle)
Here are some of the most advanced weapons currently being developed, Top 10 High Tech Weapons, Firearms that require a fingerprint to fire range from underwater rifles to guns that require a fingerprint to fire. Other high-tech weaponry exists that we are unaware of. Please bear with us because these are our top picks. If you can mention any other high-tech weaponry in the comments section, that would be great.
Militaries throughout the world are developing and testing future weapons that look like something out of a James Bond movie. Here are some of the most advanced weaponry currently being developed, which range from underwater rifles to firearms that require a fingerprint to fire.
#1. CORNER SHOTGUN (High Tech Gun)
The CORNER SHOTGUN is a weapon accessory developed by Israeli defense forces in collaboration with American investors in the early 2000s for use by swat teams and special forces in hostile circumstances involving terrorists and hostages. Its purpose is similar to that of the periscope rifle in that it allows the operator to see and attack an armed target while avoiding counter-attack corners. Shotguns can be employed as grenade launchers or semi-automatic pistols.
#2. ADS AMPHIBIOUS RIFLE (High Tech Rifle)
The ads is a Russian assault rifle designed specifically for combat divers. It has a bullpup design and is chambered in 5.45x39mm with 74 rounds. The advertisements can be fitted with a silencer and optical sights. The ads is a submersible assault rifle that can fire 700 rounds per minute at a range of up to 25 meters. It is currently in service by Russian special forces. The gun weighs about 4.6 kilograms without the grenade launcher and without the sight.
#3. Atchisson AA-12 SHOTGUN (High Tech Gun)
The Atchisson AA-12 ASSAULT SHOTGUN is a fully automatic shotgun that can fire 300 rounds per minute and has a low recoil when compared to other shotguns. The shotgun only fires in fully automatic mode, but the low cyclic rate of fire of around 300 rounds per minute allows the shooter to fire semi-automatically defective with short trigger pools.
#4. Magpul FMG-9 (High Tech Gun)
This is a prototype folding submachine gun built by Magpul Industries in 2008. It is a submachine gun that folds up into a rectangular block the size of a laptop battery. Because the item was only made by Magpul as a proof of concept, the weight of the fmg9 never left the prototype stage and never achieved widespread production on any level. Its length is around half a meter and it weighs about half a kilogram.
#5. Armatix iP1 (Finger Print High Tech Gun)
The Armatix ip1 is a magazine-fed semi-automatic handgun with smart gun technology. It is chambered for the 22-long rifle rimfire cartridge and is designed and manufactured by Armatix of Germany. The Armatix ip1 is promoted as a James Bond-style handgun that can only be shot by an authorized user. It can’t be used against you because it needs to be within 25 cm of its fingerprint-enabled watch to fire. The Armatix ip1 weighs 518 grams and has a 69-meter effective shooting range.
#6. KRISS Vector (High Tech Gun)
The KRISS Vector is a family of weapons based on the progenitor submachine gun design produced by Kriss USA. They feature an unusual delayed blowback system in combination with an in-line design to reduce perceived recoil and muzzle climb. The Crisp Vector is a submachine gun that can fire between 1200 and 1400 rounds per minute and weighs around 2.7 kilos. It is supposed to eliminate barrel riding up after a shot by 95 percent and backward recoil by 60 percent.
#7. FN Five-seven (High Tech Gun)
The fn57 is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by f and Herstal in Belgium. The fn57 is a pistol known for its ability to penetrate many types of body armor; it is so powerful, in fact, that civilians in the United States can only buy it with sporting ammunition. Sales of the five seven were originally restricted to fn to military and law enforcement customers, but since 2004, the pistol has also been offered to civilian shooters for personal protection target shooting, and similar activities.
#8. Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHaSR) (High Tech Gun)
The Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHaSR) rifle is a non-lethal laser dazzler developed by the United States. Its purpose is to temporarily disorient and blind a target. Blinding laser weapons have previously been tested but were banned under the 1995 u1 protocol on blinding laser weapons. A phaser is a low-power laser. Its name is presumably inspired by the fictitious phaser of Star Trek lore, which is notorious for being represented as an easily portable directed energy weapon with a fatal mode and a mode that may strike living targets with non-lethal momentarily incapacitating effects. It also employs a two-wavelength laser.
#9. USFA ZIP (High Tech Gun)
Zip is a new type of pistol that redesigns the gun using plastic, leaving space to customize the gun by attaching extended stocks and larger ammunition clips. While it received some praise for its innovative concept, affordability, and accuracy, it was widely panned for its frequent mechanical malfunctions, with a large number of shooters reporting failures to feed ammunition and eject spent casings. Because of the gun’s low reliability, it was a commercial failure, and the USFA was eventually phased out in 2017.
#10. XM25 CDTE (High Tech Gun)
The xm25 is a grenade launcher that spirals grenades through the air, tracking how far they travel so they can detonate at the right time. It was first fielded in 2010 for soldiers serving in the Afghan war, but a malfunction and budget cuts in 2013 delayed its official entry into service, which was scheduled for early 2017. It uses a laser range finder in the weapon to detect the distance to the target, and the operator can manually alter the detonating distance by up to 10 feet shorter or longer.
#11. Chiappa Rhino (High Tech Gun)
The rhino is the most innovative development in revolver technology in decades, if not since the invention of the revolver itself. The chopper rhino is a revolver that recoils straight back into your hand rather than upwards, making it more accurate and unconventional in appearance. The Rhino fires from the bottom of the cylinder rather than the top, dramatically reducing muzzle rise and recoil felt by lowering the muzzle. The Rhino should be lightweight and easy to carry, with the bore axis virtually touching the palm of the shooter’s hand and an aluminum alloy frame and barrel.