GAU-19 - Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

The GAU-19/A is designed for a linkless feed, but can be fed from a standard M9 linked belt if a delinker feeder is used. The rate of fire is selectable to be either 1,000 or 2,000 rounds per minute. The Humvee armament kit version fires at 1,300 rounds per minute."GAU-19/A Hummer Armament" (PDF). General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products. April 2009. Retrieved 29 March 2011. The average recoil force when firing is 500 pounds-force (2.2 kN). In January 2012, General Dynamics announced they would be delivering a new version designated the GAU-19/B. It provides the same firepower in a lighter platform, weighing 106lbs. GD delivers GAU-19/B

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