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Title:Orožje za osebno obrambo : diplomsko delo višješolskega študijskega programa
Authors:Vidic, Janez (Author)
Kočevar, Iztok (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:High school thesis
Organization:MORS - MORS publications
Abstract:Diplomska naloga opisuje orožje za osebno obrambo, kategorijo orožja, ki je primarno namenjeno vojakom, katerih primarna naloga ni uporaba lahkega pehotnega orožja - pušk. V prvem delu je predstavljena zgodovina tega orožja od časa prve in druge svetovne vojne ter kasneje še skozi čas hladne vojne. Drugi del pa govori o novih zahtevah, ki so se pojavile v devetdesetih letih za tovrstno orožje, ter smernicah, ki jih je za to podal NATO. Nadalje naloga govori o rešitvah in konceptih, ki so jih pri konstruiranju tega orožja uporabili proizvajalci, ter o vlogi v zvezi NATO in ostalih svetovnih silah. Zadnji del naloge opisuje možne kriterije za izbor orožja za osebno obrambo in razloge, zakaj to orožje ni tako razširjeno, kot je bilo sprva mišljeno, na začetku njegovega razvoja.
Keywords:Nato, pištola, puška, brzostrelka, naboj, kaliber, karabinka, učinkovit domet, zaustavna moč, okvir, cev
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[J. Vidic]
Source:Maribor
UDC:623.442/.443(043.2)
COBISS_ID:5183950 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:Diploma paper describes personal defense weapons (PDW), type of weapon primarily intended for soldiers whose primary mission does not include the use of basic infantry weapon – the rifle. The first part of the paper describes development of the weapons through history, from the time of World War I and World War II to the Cold War. Second part of the paper describes the requirements developed for the PDWs in the 1990’s, specifically by the NATO. The paper also presents the solutions and concepts, used by the designers in constructing the PDWs, and the role of the weapons in NATO and in other world’s militaries. The last part of the paper focuses on possible criteria for selection of PDWs and analyses reasons why such weapons are not as widespread as originally envisaged at the beginning of their development.
Keywords:NATO, personal defense weapons, pistol, handgun, rifle, machinegun, cartridge, caliber, carbine, effective range, stopping power, magazine, barrel

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