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Is the Australian Bushmaster good?

Is the Australian Bushmaster good?

The four-wheel-drive vehicles are designed for all environments and are blast-resistant. Retired Australian Army major general Mick Ryan describes Bushmasters as a “wonderful Australian-designed and built machine”. They have been used by Australian forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

What countries use bushmasters?

The Bushmaster is currently in service with the Australian Army, Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Netherlands Army, British Army, Japan Ground Self Defense Force, Indonesian Army, Fiji Infantry Regiment, Jamaica Defence Force, New Zealand Army and the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

What are Australian bushmasters?

The Bushmaster is a 4WD (constant) on and off-road vehicle designed to transport 10 troops, including a driver, with their weapons and equipment. The Bushmaster itself can be transported by road, rail or air. The hull is a fully welded monocoque structure made from steel armoured plate.

Who makes Bushmaster Armoured vehicles?

Designed to be used by the Australian armed forces, and built in Bendigo by Thales (formerly ADI – Australian Defence Industries), the Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle is a four-wheel-drive armoured troop transport. Development started around 1996 and the first vehicles entered service in 2005.

Where is the Australian Bushmaster made?

These vehicles are being built in Bendigo in country Victoria. It is delivering over 1000 PMV-Ms to Army and Air Force. Seven variants of the Bushmaster have been purchased: troop, command, mortar, assault pioneer, direct fire weapon, ambulance and air defence.

What guns does the RAAF use?

The Glock 19 is the standard issue of RAAF pilots, especially those who fly aircraft that use ejection seats. It’s a recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol with a 15-round magazine. The Glock 26 – dubbed the ‘baby Glock’ is also issued to some RAAF personnel.

Where are Bushmaster made?

Bushmaster was the successor of Gwinn Firearms founded by Mack Gwinn, Jr upon his return from the Vietnam War. Bushmaster Firearms was located in Bangor, Maine, that went bankrupt and was purchased by Richard Dyke in 1976 and moved to Windham, Maine.

Who owns Bushmaster vehicles?

The Defence Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) is responsible for purchasing and supporting the Bushmaster PMV under LAND 116 Project Bushranger. These vehicles are being built in Bendigo in country Victoria.

Are Bushmaster rifles any good?

At the end of the day, you can’t go wrong with Bushmaster. So much has changed with AR-15s and with Bushmaster itself, but as time goes on they are only getting better. The XM-15 is a great series of guns and the M4 carbine AR-15 variants are no exception. They’re long-lasting, reliable, accurate, and American-made.

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