Angolan Bush War Weapons (1966-1990)
The South African Border War - also known as the Angolan Bush War - utilized all manner of small arms to accomplish various mission sets.There are a total of 10 Angolan Bush War Weapons (1966-1990) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Weapons such as hand grenades and portable (squad-level) artillery systems, such as assault guns and mortars, are also featured in this listing.
The South African M4 Commando was designed as a lightweight mortar weapon useful to such units as paratroopers....
The MG4 is nothing more than a South African re-imagining of the classic American World War 2-era Browning M1919A4 ...
The sturdy, if unspectacular, FN FAL automatic rifle became a popular standard for NATO-aligned countries during th...
The Belgian FN MAG is one of the more successful post-World War 2 machine guns and is still in steady production to...
The Uzi submachine gun has proven an effective and reliable performer and has seen tremendous success in the world ...
The RPK saw combat action in the Vietnam War and continues as a frontline component today....
Since 1949, the timeless Kalashnikov AK-47 Assault Rifle has found many operators worldwide - from organized nation...
Some 1,000,000 PK machine gun systems and associated variants are estimated to have been produced....
The Denel R4 Assault Rifle represents the current standard-issue assault rifle of the South African Army....