HeliBacon has an ever-growing selection of rare, unique, and historic fully automatic firearms for our guests to experience and enjoy.

Come to Texas and admire the sleek German engineering of our MP5s, feel the earth-shaking rumble of our M2 ‘Ma Deuce’ .50 caliber heavy machine gun, and zip off a full magazine in the blink of an eye with our Glock 18 machine pistol. Our vast arsenal has something for everyone, regardless of skill level.

HeliBacon shooting events are sure to “arm you” with a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won’t soon forget.

BELT-FED MACHINE GUNS

full auto rental M2 'Ma Deuce' Belt-Fed Machine Gun

M2 “Ma Deuce”

BELT-FED

Cartridge .50 BMG
Rate of fire: 650 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The M2 Machine Gun, also called a Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun, is a heavy machine gun designed toward the end of World War I by John Browning. Commonly referred to as the “Ma Deuce” due to its M2 nomenclature, the .50 caliber system has been used extensively in the United States since the 1930s. With a virtually unmatched legacy, this John Browning design has been fielded by over 120 countries and seen nearly a century of continuous military use.

full auto rental M1919 Belt-Fed Machine Gun

M1919A4

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×51 NATO
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The Browning M1919 is a fully automatic, belt-fed, .30 caliber, medium machine that saw plenty of battlefield action during Vietnam, the Korean War, and as far back as World War II. U.S. troops used the M1919 as a light infantry, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun. This highly successful design served over 75 countries, and is still in use today.

HK21 Belt-Fed Machine Gun machine gun for rent in Texas

HK21

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/min
Origin: West Germany

The HK21, originally developed in 1961 by Heckler & Koch, is a German made, select fire, general-purpose machine gun. The roller-delayed blowback-operated design is shared by many H&K firearms, including the MP5 series of submachine gun, the HK33 and HK53 carbines, and the G3 battle rifles. The HK21 design is based on the G3 platform, sharing the same 7.62x51 NATO cartridge, with 48% parts interchangeability. The HK21, used by United States Navy SEALs during the Vietnam War, is still in service with armed forces today.

240B Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

240B

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

Designed in the 1960s/70s by FN Herstal, the M240 was adopted by the US Army in 1977 after it won the competition for Mean Rounds Between Stoppage (MRBS) and Mean Rounds Between Failure (MRBF) by a wide margin. It fires a full power battle rifle cartridge, fed from M13 disintegrating link ammunition belts, and is the standard medium machine gun for infantry rifle companies in the United States Armed Forces and many NATO countries. HeliBacon’s variant is the M240B or “Bravo” model which features a buttstock and bipod. The “Bravo” configuration is designed for ground combat, as opposed to a 240D “Delta” variant which would delete the bipod and replace the buttstock with spade grips, while using the hole under the carry handle for a pintle mount on a vehicle or boat.

“This thing is solid and heavy. You get the pleasure of shooting it without the experience of carrying it around. What a treat!” - HeliBacon

FM9 Belt-Fed Machine Gun machine guns for rent

FM9

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 600-700 rounds/min
Origin: USA

Freedom Ordnance’s FM-9 belt-fed 9mm was designed by brothers Michael and David Winge, and is among the most unique upper receivers ever made for the AR-15 platform. Debuting in 2015, this blowback operated system fires from a closed bolt and feeds from custom 9mm disintegrating link belts. The ammo bags can hold 150 rounds of linked 9mm, and the quick-change barrel system is pretty slick as well.

MCR Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

MCR

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The Fightlite MCR, or Mission Configurable Rifle, is a belt-fed, piston-operated system designed to interchange with standard AR/M4 platforms. An AR-15 with a quick change barrel system; this platform accepts both standard box-type AR15/M16 magazines and M27 linked ammunition without the use of any special tools or modifications—ain’t America great!

PKM Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

PKM

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×54R
Rate of fire: 650 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The PKM (Russian: Пулемёт Калашникова, also known as Pulemyot Kalashnikova, or “Kalashnikov's Machine Gun”) is a 7.62×54R machine gun designed for general use in 1961 by the Soviet Union. An improved version was released in 1969 and is still manufactured in Russia today. As a testament to the success of the PKM design, the military forces of more than 100 countries have employed this general-purpose machine gun - a rare achievement indeed.

“Arguably one of the world’s most successful general-purpose machine guns – this thing runs and runs. A very popular choice among our clients.” - HeliBacon

RPD Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

RPD

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×39
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The RPD is chambered in 7.62×39, and uses a long-stroke piston, gas-operated system. This light machine gun was developed by Soviet designer Vasily Degtyaryov, and went into mass production from 1943 to 1944 during the final stages of World War II. The RPD and its Chinese copy (Type 56) served the Viet Cong and the People's Army of Vietnam as their standard light machine gun.

“Surprisingly violent recoil for linked 7.62x39. A 100-round belt with a proper cheek weld will rattle your fillings loose.” - HeliBacon

SAW Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

M249 SAW

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 650-850 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The M249 light machine gun (LMG), also known as the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), is a U.S. adaptation of the Belgian FN Minimi, a light machine gun manufactured by Fabrique Nationale Herstal (FN Herstal) of Belgium. This gas-operated engineering feat dates back to the early 1980s, has a quick-change barrel, and can be fed from both disintegrating M27 linked belts and STANAG 5.56mm magazines.

“The highly controllable nature of this system allows clients to keep the full belt on the steel target during the entire burst. Easily one of our most popular belt-fed systems, and for good reason.” - HeliBacon

BELT-FED MACHINE GUNS

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full auto rental M2 'Ma Deuce' Belt-Fed Machine Gun

M2 ``Ma Deuce``

BELT-FED

Cartridge .50 BMG (12.7×99 NATO)
Rate of fire: 650 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The M2 Machine Gun, also called a Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun, is a heavy machine gun designed toward the end of World War I by John Browning. Commonly referred to as the 'Ma Deuce' due to its M2 nomenclature, the .50 caliber system has been used extensively in the United States since the 1930s. With a virtually unmatched legacy, this John Browning design has been fielded by over 120 countries and seen nearly a century of continuous military use.

full auto rental M1919 Belt-Fed Machine Gun

M1919A4

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×51 NATO
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The Browning M1919 is a fully automatic, belt-fed, .30 caliber, medium machine that saw plenty of battlefield action during Vietnam, the Korean War, and as far back as World War II. U.S. troops used the M1919 as a light infantry, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun. This highly successful design served over 75 countries, and is still in use today.

HK21 Belt-Fed Machine Gun machine gun for rent in Texas

HK21

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/min
Origin: West Germany

The HK21, originally developed in 1961 by Heckler & Koch, is a German made, select fire, general-purpose machine gun. The roller-delayed blowback-operated design is shared by many H&K firearms, including the MP5 series of submachine gun, the HK33 and HK53 carbines, and the G3 battle rifles. The HK21 design is based on the G3 platform, sharing the same 7.62x51 NATO cartridge, with 48% parts interchangeability. The HK21, used by United States Navy SEALs during the Vietnam War, is still in service with armed forces today.

240B Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

240B

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

Designed in the 1960s/70s by FN Herstal, the M240 was adopted by the US Army in 1977 after it won the competition for Mean Rounds Between Stoppage (MRBS) and Mean Rounds Between Failure (MRBF) by a wide margin. It fires a full power battle rifle cartridge, fed from M13 disintegrating link ammunition belts, and is the standard medium machine gun for infantry rifle companies in the United States Armed Forces and many NATO countries. HeliBacon’s variant is the M240B or “Bravo” model which features a buttstock and bipod. The “Bravo” configuration is designed for ground combat, as opposed to a 240D “Delta” variant which would delete the bipod and replace the buttstock with spade grips, while using the hole under the carry handle for a pintle mount on a vehicle or boat.

“This thing is solid and heavy. You get the pleasure of shooting it without the experience of carrying it around. What a treat!” - HeliBacon

FM9 Belt-Fed Machine Gun machine guns for rent

FM9

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 600-700 rounds/min
Origin: USA

Freedom Ordnance’s FM-9 belt-fed 9mm was designed by brothers Michael and David Winge, and is among the most unique upper receivers ever made for the AR-15 platform. Debuting in 2015, this blowback operated system fires from a closed bolt and feeds from custom 9mm disintegrating link belts. The ammo bags can hold 150 rounds of linked 9mm, and the quick-change barrel system is pretty slick as well.

MCR Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

MCR

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The Fightlite MCR, or Mission Configurable Rifle, is a belt-fed, piston-operated system designed to interchange with standard AR/M4 platforms. An AR-15 with a quick change barrel system; this platform accepts both standard box-type AR15/M16 magazines and M27 linked ammunition without the use of any special tools or modifications—ain’t America great!

PKM Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

PKM

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×54R
Rate of fire: 650 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The PKM (Russian: Пулемёт Калашникова, also known as Pulemyot Kalashnikova, or “Kalashnikov's Machine Gun”) is a 7.62×54R machine gun designed for general use in 1961 by the Soviet Union. An improved version was released in 1969 and is still manufactured in Russia today. As a testament to the success of the PKM design, the military forces of more than 100 countries have employed this general-purpose machine gun - a rare achievement indeed.

“Arguably one of the world’s most successful general-purpose machine guns – this thing runs and runs. A very popular choice among our clients.” - HeliBacon

RPD Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

RPD

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 7.62×39
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The RPD is chambered in 7.62×39, and uses a long-stroke piston, gas-operated system. This light machine gun was developed by Soviet designer Vasily Degtyaryov, and went into mass production from 1943 to 1944 during the final stages of World War II. The RPD and its Chinese copy (Type 56) served the Viet Cong and the People's Army of Vietnam as their standard light machine gun.

“Surprisingly violent recoil for linked 7.62x39. A 100-round belt with a proper cheek weld will rattle your fillings loose.” - HeliBacon

SAW Belt-Fed Machine Gun Texas machine gun rentals

M249 SAW

BELT-FED

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 650-850 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The M249 light machine gun (LMG), also known as the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), is a U.S. adaptation of the Belgian FN Minimi, a light machine gun manufactured by Fabrique Nationale Herstal (FN Herstal) of Belgium. This gas-operated engineering feat dates back to the early 1980s, has a quick-change barrel, and can be fed from both disintegrating M27 linked belts and STANAG 5.56mm magazines.

“The highly controllable nature of this system allows clients to keep the full belt on the steel target during the entire burst. Easily one of our most popular belt-fed systems, and for good reason.” - HeliBacon

BATTLE RIFLES

FN FAL Battle Rifle Texas battle rifle rentals

FN FAL

BATTLE RIFLE

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 700 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

The Fabrique Nationale Fusil Automatique Léger (translation: Light Automatic Rifle), commonly known as the FN FAL, entered service in 1953 and remains in service to the present day. Adopted by over 90 countries, the FN FAL has seen conflict worldwide during 60 years of service, making it one of the most prolific rifles in history. The widespread use of this firearm among NATO allies and many first world countries during the Cold War, earned it the moniker ”The right arm of the Free World.” +1 for FREEDOM.

“It’s a huge honor for us to have a genuine factory rifle like this as part of our arsenal.” - HeliBacon

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M14

BATTLE RIFLE

Cartridge: 7.62×51 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The M14 rifle is an American select-fire battle rifle chambered in 7.62×51 NATO. Issued in large quantities to various US military branches starting in 1959, it eventually replaced the M1 Garand. The M14 features a short action, to accommodate a .308 cartridge, instead of the long action for the Garand’s 30.06 cartridge, and accepts detachable box magazines, which eases and accelerates the reloading process. This iconic America rifle saw conflict in the latter half of the 20th century. The decision to replace the M14 with the AR-15 / M16 platform in the Vietnam era was initially controversial with troops on the battlefield, due to problems with early versions of the new 'plastic' rifle in the humid conditions of the jungles of Southeast Asia. As a testament to the M14's distinctive look, this visually recognizable rifle is still used by the United States Armed Forces in ceremonial displays and parades, including a version with a chromed bayonet, wooden stock and white sling, for funerals in the Military District of Washington.

SCAR 17 Battle Rifles battle rifles for rent in Texas

SCAR 17

BATTLE RIFLE

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

The FN SCAR (Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle) is a short-stroke gas-piston operated rifle chambered in 7.62×51 NATO. Originally developed for U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) by Belgian manufacturer FN Herstal (FNH), its variants range from a 13-inch barrel in the CQC configuration to a 20-inch barrel in the precision rifle role.

“Our SCAR 17 features a short barrel with a suppressor attached. For whatever reason, this configuration is wildly popular and is fired at virtually every machine gun outing. Thanks Fortnite.” - HeliBacon

BATTLE RIFLES

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FN FAL Battle Rifle Texas battle rifle rentals

FN FAL

BATTLE RIFLE

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 700 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

The Fabrique Nationale Fusil Automatique Léger (translation: Light Automatic Rifle), commonly known as the FN FAL, entered service in 1953 and remains in service to the present day. Adopted by over 90 countries, the FN FAL has seen conflict worldwide during 60 years of service, making it one of the most prolific rifles in history. The widespread use of this firearm among NATO allies and many first world countries during the Cold War, earned it the moniker ”The right arm of the Free World.” +1 for FREEDOM.

“It’s a huge honor for us to have a genuine factory rifle like this as part of our arsenal.” - HeliBacon

M14 Battle Rifles Texas rifles for rent

M14

BATTLE RIFLES

Cartridge: 7.62×51 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/min
Origin: USA

The M14 rifle is an American select-fire battle rifle chambered in 7.62×51 NATO. Issued in large quantities to various US military branches starting in 1959, it eventually replaced the M1 Garand. The M14 features a short action, to accommodate a .308 cartridge, instead of the long action for the Garand’s 30.06 cartridge, and accepts detachable box magazines, which eases and accelerates the reloading process. This iconic America rifle saw conflict in the latter half of the 20th century. The decision to replace the M14 with the AR-15 / M16 platform in the Vietnam era was initially controversial with troops on the battlefield, due to problems with early versions of the new 'plastic' rifle in the humid conditions of the jungles of Southeast Asia. As a testament to the M14's distinctive look, this visually recognizable rifle is still used by the United States Armed Forces in ceremonial displays and parades, including a version with a chromed bayonet, wooden stock and white sling, for funerals in the Military District of Washington.

SCAR 17 Battle Rifles battle rifles for rent in Texas

SCAR 17

BATTLE RIFLES

Cartridge: 7.62x51 NATO
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min
Origin: Belgium

The FN SCAR (Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle) is a short-stroke gas-piston operated rifle chambered in 7.62×51 NATO. Originally developed for U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) by Belgian manufacturer FN Herstal (FNH), its variants range from a 13-inch barrel in the CQC configuration to a 20-inch barrel in the precision rifle role.

“Our SCAR 17 features a short barrel with a suppressor attached. For whatever reason, this configuration is wildly popular and is fired at virtually every machine gun outing. Thanks Fortnite.” - HeliBacon

CARBINES

AK47 Carbines Texas carbine rentals

AK-47

CARBINE

Cartridge: 7.62×39
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min
Origin: Soviet Union

The AK-47, also known as the Kalashnikov, or simply the AK, is a Soviet-developed, gas-operated 7.62×39 machine gun. After more than 70 years, the integrity of the original AK design remains. Reliability, low production cost, and the simplicity of its design makes the AK-47 one of the most widely used rifles in the world. So many countries have copied the design, that the World Bank estimates that of the 500 million total firearms worldwide, one in five (100 million) are considered to be in the AK family, and of those, three out of four (75 million) are AK-47s.

Full auto rental AR15 Carbines

AR-15

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 700-950 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

America's rifle, the AR-15 is based on Eugene Stoner's design and adopted by the United States Armed Forces, initially with the designation M16. The AR-15 / M16 / M4 nomenclature refers to a wide variety of modern rifles that share similar characteristics and design fundamentals. New generations of the AR-15 serve as the standard issue rifle for many branches of the United States military, and are in service with more than 80 nations. HeliBacon's full-auto AR-15s have M16 fire control groups, in Seekins Precision lower receivers, with LWRC M6IC SPR short stroke piston uppers.

Full auto rental F2000 Carbines

F2000

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 850 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The FN F2000 is a gas-operated, ambidextrous, fully automatic bullpup rifle chambered in 5.56×45 NATO. This rifle was originally designed in Belgium by FN Herstal in 2001, and it uses a patented ejection method to expel spent brass gently out the front of the system. It’s trigger mechanism is derived from the FN P90 bullpup. It looks like a space gun and should shoot plasma or laser beams.

“It features a bayonet lug, and yet it’s a short form factor bullpup design. This combination seems like a relic of a contract specification rather than a practical consideration.” - HeliBacon

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G36

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

German designers Heckler & Koch created this 5.56×45 rifle in the early 1990s as a replacement for the heavier 7.62×51 G3 battle rifle. The full-size variant’s barrel is 18.9 inches and can be configured with a variety of sights. Security forces across the globe, including the United States Capitol Police, use this rifle because of the quality of its manufacture and simplicity of its ergonomics. The G36 is an excellent example of thoughtful design and practical engineering.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

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G36K

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

Heckler & Koch G36K is a 5.56×45 rifle designed with a 12.5-inch barrel, shorter than its original G36 counterpart. The K stands for kurz, which means “short” in German.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

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G36C

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

Heckler & Koch modified the G36 5.56×45 rifle design to include a more compact 9-inch barrel and a slightly shorter folding stock. Security forces around the world use this gun because of its maneuverability and accuracy.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

GALIL Carbines carbine rentals in Texas

Galil MAR “Micro Galil”

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

The Galil family of firearms are Israeli made automatic rifles designed in the 1960s by Yaacov Lior and Yisrael Galil. These rifles feature a gas-driven piston system similar to the Valmet RK 62, which itself was inspired by the AK-47. Police and military forces in 25 countries use the Galil series of firearms.

The MAR, or the Micro Galil, is a smaller version of the Galil SAR that features a shortened barrel (8.26 inches), piston, receiver, gas tube and foregrip.

Full auto rental M2 Carbine Carbines

M2 CARBINE

CARBINE

Cartridge: .30 Carbine
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The M2 carbine is a lightweight select-fire version of the M1 carbine, introduced in 1944, and served the United States Armed Forces into the Vietnam War. By comparison, the .30 Carbine cartridge fired by the M2 carbine delivers approximately twice the energy of the .45ACP caliber submachine guns used during WWII. The M2 carbine offers much better accuracy, range, and penetration, and it weighs half as much as a Thompson submachine gun. The cartridge is lighter, too, which means soldiers can pack more ammunition.

“One of our favorite actions. It’s light, easy to shoot, handy, low recoil and fun.” - HeliBacon

CARBINES

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AK47 Carbines Texas carbine rentals

AK-47

CARBINE

Cartridge: 7.62×39
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/min
Origin: Soviet Union

The AK-47, also known as the Kalashnikov, or simply the AK, is a Soviet-developed, gas-operated 7.62×39 machine gun. After more than 70 years, the integrity of the original AK design remains. Reliability, low production cost, and the simplicity of its design makes the AK-47 one of the most widely used rifles in the world. So many countries have copied the design, that the World Bank estimates that of the 500 million total firearms worldwide, one in five (100 million) are considered to be in the AK family, and of those, three out of four (75 million) are AK-47s.

Full auto rental AR15 Carbines

AR-15

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 700-950 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

America's rifle, the AR-15 is based on Eugene Stoner's design and adopted by the United States Armed Forces, initially with the designation M16. The AR-15 / M16 / M4 nomenclature refers to a wide variety of modern rifles that share similar characteristics and design fundamentals. New generations of the AR-15 serve as the standard issue rifle for many branches of the United States military, and are in service with more than 80 nations. HeliBacon's full-auto AR-15s have M16 fire control groups, in Seekins Precision lower receivers, with LWRC M6IC SPR short stroke piston uppers.

Full auto rental F2000 Carbines

F2000

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 850 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The FN F2000 is a gas-operated, ambidextrous, fully automatic bullpup rifle chambered in 5.56×45 NATO. This rifle was originally designed in Belgium by FN Herstal in 2001, and it uses a patented ejection method to expel spent brass gently out the front of the system. It’s trigger mechanism is derived from the FN P90 bullpup. It looks like a space gun and should shoot plasma or laser beams.

“It features a bayonet lug, and yet it’s a short form factor bullpup design. This combination seems like a relic of a contract specification rather than a practical consideration.” - HeliBacon

G36 Carbines Texas carbine rentals

G36

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

German designers Heckler & Koch created this 5.56×45 rifle in the early 1990s as a replacement for the heavier 7.62×51 G3 battle rifle. The full-size variant’s barrel is 18.9 inches and can be configured with a variety of sights. Security forces across the globe, including the United States Capitol Police, use this rifle because of the quality of its manufacture and simplicity of its ergonomics. The G36 is an excellent example of thoughtful design and practical engineering.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

G36K Carbines Texas carbine rentals

G36K

CARBINES

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

Heckler & Koch G36K is a 5.56×45 rifle designed with a 12.5-inch barrel, shorter than its original G36 counterpart. The K stands for kurz, which means “short” in German.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

G36C Carbines Texas carbine rentals

G36C

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

Heckler & Koch modified the G36 5.56×45 rifle design to include a more compact 9-inch barrel and a slightly shorter folding stock. Security forces around the world use this gun because of its maneuverability and accuracy.

At HeliBacon, clients can experience multiple variations of this rifle, including the full-size G36, the G36K (K - kurz ”short”), and the G36C (C - ”Compact”).

”In our humble opinion, the G36 series of rifles are significantly underappreciated. Those Germans can build some cool stuff!” - HeliBacon

GALIL Carbines carbine rentals in Texas

Galil MAR “Micro Galil”

CARBINE

Cartridge: 5.56×45 NATO
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

The Galil family of firearms are Israeli made automatic rifles designed in the 1960s by Yaacov Lior and Yisrael Galil. These rifles feature a gas-driven piston system similar to the Valmet RK 62, which itself was inspired by the AK-47. Police and military forces in 25 countries use the Galil series of firearms.

The MAR, or the Micro Galil, is a smaller version of the Galil SAR that features a shortened barrel (8.26 inches), piston, receiver, gas tube and foregrip.

Full auto rental M2 Carbine Carbines

M2 CARBINE

CARBINE

Cartridge: .30 Carbine
Rate of fire: 750 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The M2 carbine is a lightweight select-fire version of the M1 carbine, introduced in 1944, and served the United States Armed Forces into the Vietnam War. By comparison, the .30 Carbine cartridge fired by the M2 carbine delivers approximately twice the energy of the .45ACP caliber submachine guns used during WWII. The M2 carbine offers much better accuracy, range, and penetration, and it weighs half as much as a Thompson submachine gun. The cartridge is lighter, too, which means soldiers can pack more ammunition.

“One of our favorite actions. It’s light, easy to shoot, handy, low recoil and fun.” - HeliBacon

SUBMACHINE GUNS

MP5 Sub Machine Gun full-auto machine gun rental in Texas

MP5A4

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5 is a 9mm submachine gun developed in the 1960s by German manufacturer Heckler & Koch. The MP5 gained notoriety in 1980 when SAS commandos stormed London’s Iranian embassy, killing five terrorists and rescuing hostages in Operation Nimrod.

Police and military forces now use the MP5 in over 100 countries, putting it and its variations among the most popular submachine guns in history.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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MP5SD

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 700 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5SD was introduced in 1974 as a modified version of the MP5 submachine gun built with an integrated suppressor (Schalldämpfer). It’s suppressor is considerably larger than what is required to merely make the 9mm cartridge hearing safe, which results in extremely effective sound dampening and complete muzzle flash elimination. The MP5SD is a serious contender when stealth is at a premium.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

HeliBacon Quote: “Unbelievably quiet. It’s easily a top 5 fan favorite.”

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MP5K-PDW

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5K-PDW (personal defense weapon) was introduced by Heckler & Koch in 1991 for use in special operations aircraft and by military vehicle crews. This system is ideal when a larger firearm is unmanageable because space is at a premium. With a shorter receiver, shorter barrel, folding stock and detachable suppressor, this compact variant still carries 30 rounds of 9mm ammo in a select fire configuration.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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MP5/40

SMG

Cartridge: .40 S&W
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5/40 was introduced by Heckler & Koch in 1992, based on upgrades to the designs of two of its previous versions, the MP5A4 and MP5A5. The burst function in the MP5/40 typically fires two rounds per trigger pull, compared to the three-round burst function of the smaller 9mm cartridge. It also features semi-transparent magazines and a bolt catch/release button on the left side of the receiver. Curiously, some MP5/40 variants delete the button mag release on the right side of the receiver, and instead feature only the ambidextrous paddle mag release common to MP5 platforms.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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UMP45

SMG

Cartridge: .45 ACP
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

The Heckler & Koch UMP (Universale Maschinenpistole, German for “Universal Submachine Gun”) was developed in the 1990s and features a predominantly polymer construction and direct blowback operation. These changes make the UMP series simpler and less expensive to manufacture than the roller-delayed locking mechanism of the MP5 series of submachine guns. UMPs feature a side-folding stock, straight polymer magazines, last round bolt hold open with a bolt release button, and various trigger group configurations in the 0, 1, 2, F pattern.

“In our opinion, the ergonomics are superb and it's a very lightweight system relative to other subguns. Well done H&K.” - HeliBacon

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P90

SMG

Cartridge: FN 5.7×28
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The FN P90 is an unconventional firearm with a futuristic appearance due to its compact bullpup design, fully ambidextrous controls and unique top-mounted magazine. The P90, manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium, was designed to incorporate several innovations built around the small-caliber, high-velocity 5.7×28mm ammunition. This small cartridge allows an impressive 50-round magazine capacity for the P90, which is unusually high for a PDW system. The P90 is a downward ejecting, extremely compact bullpup, which has been adopted by military and police forces in over 40 nations. FN’s Five-seveN pistol is also chambered in the same caliber.

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PPSh-41

SMG

Cartridge: 7.62×25 Tokarev
Rate of fire: 1,000 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The PPSh-41 is a Soviet magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun, chambered in the 7.62x25 Tokarev pistol round, designed by Georgy Shpagin as an inexpensive yet simple and reliable alternative to the PPD-40. The ejection port is on the top which results in brass ejecting straight up and gunsmoke obscuring vision of the target during full-auto fire. Nicknamed papasha (Russian for “daddy”), the PPSH-41 dates back to 1941 and is largely constructed of stamped steel, with an open bolt blowback action, and can be loaded with either box or drum magazines.

“It’s high cyclic rate and ‘rain of brass’ makes this one a huge fan favorite.” - HeliBacon

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SIG MPX

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 850 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

SIG first designed the gas-operated SIG MPX in 2013. This closed-bolt gas piston system is both reliable and durable, and allows for conversion from 9mm to .357 SIG and/or .40 S&W. With ergonomics similar to the familiar AR-15 platform, the MPX has light moving mass while cycling, which results in little felt recoil and virtually no muzzle rise.

“This one surprised us. Soft shooting. Comfortable. Almost no recoil. SIG made an awesome platform with the MPX.” - HeliBacon

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THOMPSON 1928A1

SMG

Cartridge: .45 ACP
Rate of fire: 600-725 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

Although designed by General John T. Thompson towards the end of WWI, it was American mafia gangsters of the Prohibition era that forever cemented the Thompson submachine gun into American culture and lore. First manufactured in 1918, Allies deployed the “Tommy Gun” during WWII. Chambered in .45 ACP, it fires 600-725 rounds per minute. Its many names include Chicago Typewriter, Trench Broom, Chicago Piano, Trench Sweeper, The Chopper, and of course, the Tommy Gun. HeliBacon's arsenal has both the 1928A1 and the M1A1 models.

“Instantly recognizable. One of the few firearms in the arsenal that's identified on sight, and called by name, by virtually everyone who sees it.” - HeliBacon

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UZI

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

In 1950, the Israeli developed Uzi became one of the first firearm designs to incorporate a telescoping bolt, allowing the magazine well to be located inside the pistol grip. Designed by Major Uziel Gal, the Uzi is a blowback-operated, open-bolt, 9mm submachine gun. A famous photograph of the 1981 assassination attempt of US President Ronald Regan shows Secret Service agent Robert Wanko holding an Uzi while securing the chaos of the scene.

This authentic Israel Military Industries (IMI) Uzi is complete with Hebrew letters designating the fire selector position.

HeliBacon’s arsenal features multiple factory original variants of the Uzi, including the Uzi submachine gun, the Mini Uzi and the Micro Uzi.

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Micro UZI

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1200 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

In 1986 the Micro Uzi was developed for use by military and police units around the world, including the United States Secret Service and Israeli Isayeret. The most compact member of the Uzi family, the Micro fires from a closed bolt. Due to the shortened receiver and the bolt’s small travel distance, the cyclic rate is greatly increased. It shares a side-folding wire frame stock design with the Mini Uzi; although, true to its Micro name, even the stock is smaller.

HeliBacon’s arsenal features multiple factory original variants of the Uzi, including the Uzi submachine gun, the Mini Uzi and the Micro Uzi.

SUBMACHINE GUNS

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MP5A4

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5 is a 9mm submachine gun developed in the 1960s by German manufacturer Heckler & Koch. The MP5 gained notoriety in 1980 when SAS commandos stormed London’s Iranian embassy, killing five terrorists and rescuing hostages in Operation Nimrod.

Police and military forces now use the MP5 in over 100 countries, putting it and its variations among the most popular submachine guns in history.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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MP5SD

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 700 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5SD was introduced in 1974 as a modified version of the MP5 submachine gun built with an integrated suppressor (Schalldämpfer). It’s suppressor is considerably larger than what is required to merely make the 9mm cartridge hearing safe, which results in extremely effective sound dampening and complete muzzle flash elimination. The MP5SD is a serious contender when stealth is at a premium.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

HeliBacon Quote: “Unbelievably quiet. It’s easily a top 5 fan favorite.”

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MP5K-PDW

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5K-PDW (personal defense weapon) was introduced by Heckler & Koch in 1991 for use in special operations aircraft and by military vehicle crews. This system is ideal when a larger firearm is unmanageable because space is at a premium. With a shorter receiver, shorter barrel, folding stock and detachable suppressor, this compact variant still carries 30 rounds of 9mm ammo in a select fire configuration.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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MP5/40

SMG

Cartridge: .40 S&W
Rate of fire: 800 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

The MP5/40 was introduced by Heckler & Koch in 1992, based on upgrades to the designs of two of its previous versions, the MP5A4 and MP5A5. The burst function in the MP5/40 typically fires two rounds per trigger pull, compared to the three-round burst function of the smaller 9mm cartridge. It also features semi-transparent magazines and a bolt catch/release button on the left side of the receiver. Curiously, some MP5/40 variants delete the button mag release on the right side of the receiver, and instead feature only the ambidextrous paddle mag release common to MP5 platforms.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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UMP45

SMG

Cartridge: .45 ACP
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

The Heckler & Koch UMP (Universale Maschinenpistole, German for “Universal Submachine Gun”) was developed in the 1990s and features a predominantly polymer construction and direct blowback operation. These changes make the UMP series simpler and less expensive to manufacture than the roller-delayed locking mechanism of the MP5 series of submachine guns. UMPs feature a side-folding stock, straight polymer magazines, last round bolt hold open with a bolt release button, and various trigger group configurations in the 0, 1, 2, F pattern.

“In our opinion, the ergonomics are superb and it's a very lightweight system relative to other subguns. Well done H&K.” - HeliBacon

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P90

SMG

Cartridge: FN 5.7×28
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: Belgium

The FN P90 is an unconventional firearm with a futuristic appearance due to its compact bullpup design, fully ambidextrous controls and unique top-mounted magazine. The P90, manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium, was designed to incorporate several innovations built around the small-caliber, high-velocity 5.7×28mm ammunition. This small cartridge allows an impressive 50-round magazine capacity for the P90, which is unusually high for a PDW system. The P90 is a downward ejecting, extremely compact bullpup, which has been adopted by military and police forces in over 40 nations. FN’s Five-seveN pistol is also chambered in the same caliber.

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PPSh-41

SMG

Cartridge: 7.62×25 Tokarev
Rate of fire: 1,000 rounds/minute
Origin: Soviet Union

The PPSh-41 is a Soviet magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun, chambered in the 7.62x25 Tokarev pistol round, designed by Georgy Shpagin as an inexpensive yet simple and reliable alternative to the PPD-40. The ejection port is on the top which results in brass ejecting straight up and gunsmoke obscuring vision of the target during full-auto fire. Nicknamed papasha (Russian for “daddy”), the PPSH-41 dates back to 1941 and is largely constructed of stamped steel, with an open bolt blowback action, and can be loaded with either box or drum magazines.

“It’s high cyclic rate and ‘rain of brass’ makes this one a huge fan favorite.” - HeliBacon

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SIG MPX

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 850 rounds/minute
Origin: Germany

SIG first designed the gas-operated SIG MPX in 2013. This closed-bolt gas piston system is both reliable and durable, and allows for conversion from 9mm to .357 SIG and/or .40 S&W. With ergonomics similar to the familiar AR-15 platform, the MPX has light moving mass while cycling, which results in little felt recoil and virtually no muzzle rise.

“This one surprised us. Soft shooting. Comfortable. Almost no recoil. SIG made an awesome platform with the MPX.” - HeliBacon

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THOMPSON 1928A1

SMG

Cartridge: .45 ACP
Rate of fire: 600-725 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

Although designed by General John T. Thompson towards the end of WWI, it was American mafia gangsters of the Prohibition era that forever cemented the Thompson submachine gun into American culture and lore. First manufactured in 1918, Allies deployed the “Tommy Gun” during WWII. Chambered in .45 ACP, it fires 600-725 rounds per minute. Its many names include Chicago Typewriter, Trench Broom, Chicago Piano, Trench Sweeper, The Chopper, and of course, the Tommy Gun. HeliBacon's arsenal has both the 1928A1 and the M1A1 models.

“Instantly recognizable. One of the few firearms in the arsenal that's identified on sight, and called by name, by virtually everyone who sees it.” - HeliBacon

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UZI

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 600 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

In 1950, the Israeli developed Uzi became one of the first firearm designs to incorporate a telescoping bolt, allowing the magazine well to be located inside the pistol grip. Designed by Major Uziel Gal, the Uzi is a blowback-operated, open-bolt, 9mm submachine gun. A famous photograph of the 1981 assassination attempt of US President Ronald Regan shows Secret Service agent Robert Wanko holding an Uzi while securing the chaos of the scene.

This authentic Israel Military Industries (IMI) Uzi is complete with Hebrew letters designating the fire selector position.

HeliBacon’s arsenal features multiple factory original variants of the Uzi, including the Uzi submachine gun, the Mini Uzi and the Micro Uzi.

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Micro UZI

SMG

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1200 rounds/minute
Origin: Israel

In 1986 the Micro Uzi was developed for use by military and police units around the world, including the United States Secret Service and Israeli Isayeret. The most compact member of the Uzi family, the Micro fires from a closed bolt. Due to the shortened receiver and the bolt’s small travel distance, the cyclic rate is greatly increased. It shares a side-folding wire frame stock design with the Mini Uzi; although, true to its Micro name, even the stock is smaller.

HeliBacon’s arsenal features multiple factory original variants of the Uzi, including the Uzi submachine gun, the Mini Uzi and the Micro Uzi.

MACHINE PISTOLS

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GLOCK 18

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1,200 rounds/minute
Origin: Austria

Austrian manufacturer Glock Ges.m.b.H. produces the Glock series of polymer semi-automatic pistols. In the 1980s, Austria’s counterterrorism unit, Einsatzkommando Cobra, requested a select-fire version of the Glock 17, which led to the development of Glock model 18. HeliBacon uses a Gen2 KPOS Scout Carbine Conversion system with a folding stock and a forward grip to minimize the muzzle rise that results from the G18's high cyclic rate. This configuration makes the recoil and 'muzzle flip' very manageable compared to firing the G18 as a handgun. The result is a fast shooting, low recoil, lightweight, controllable, compact system, that is a pleasure to experience.

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MAXIM 9

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1800-1900 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The SilencerCo Maxim 9 is the world's first holsterable, integrally suppressed, 9mm handgun. The Maxim 9 debuted in 2017, and integrates advanced pistol and suppressor technology while also delivering the reliability expected of a modern handgun. HeliBacon’s addition of a full-auto sear converts this semi-auto handgun to a machine pistol with a blistering cyclic rate of 1800-1900 rounds per minute. This is one of the fastest shooting firearms in the arsenal.

“Clients love the futuristic looking space gun. Tom Cruise's character in Oblivion could have carried a Maxim 9 sidearm.” - HeliBacon

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MP5K

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

In 1976 Heckler & Koch introduced a shortened version of its MP5A2, intended for use in clandestine operations. The MP5K (K for kurz, meaning “short” in German) has a higher rate of fire due to its lighter weight bolt. The barrel and cocking handle are also shorter. A true pistol version of the MP5K does not have a shoulder stock, while its barrel is flush with the front of the foregrip, eliminating the possibility of attaching a suppressor. H&K also developed an “operational briefcase” designed to conceal the MP5K. With a trigger and safety mechanism in the briefcase handle, and a firing port on the side, the briefcase allows the machine pistol to be fired while contained fully inside the closed case.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

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Glock Machine Pistol machine pistols for rent in Texas

GLOCK 18

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1,200 rounds/minute
Origin: Austria

Austrian manufacturer Glock Ges.m.b.H. produces the Glock series of polymer semi-automatic pistols. In the 1980s, Austria’s counterterrorism unit, Einsatzkommando Cobra, requested a select-fire version of the Glock 17, which led to the development of Glock model 18. HeliBacon uses a Gen2 KPOS Scout Carbine Conversion system with a folding stock and a forward grip to minimize the muzzle rise that results from the G18's high cyclic rate. This configuration makes the recoil and 'muzzle flip' very manageable compared to firing the G18 as a handgun. The result is a fast shooting, low recoil, lightweight, controllable, compact system, that is a pleasure to experience.

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MAXIM 9

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 1800-1900 rounds/minute
Origin: USA

The SilencerCo Maxim 9 is the world's first holsterable, integrally suppressed, 9mm handgun. The Maxim 9 debuted in 2017, and integrates advanced pistol and suppressor technology while also delivering the reliability expected of a modern handgun. HeliBacon’s addition of a full-auto sear converts this semi-auto handgun to a machine pistol with a blistering cyclic rate of 1800-1900 rounds per minute. This is one of the fastest shooting firearms in the arsenal.

“Clients love the futuristic looking space gun. Tom Cruise's character in Oblivion could have carried a Maxim 9 sidearm.” - HeliBacon

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MP5K

MACHINE PISTOL

Cartridge: 9x19mm
Rate of fire: 900 rounds/minute
Origin: West Germany

In 1976 Heckler & Koch introduced a shortened version of its MP5A2, intended for use in clandestine operations. The MP5K (K for kurz, meaning “short” in German) has a higher rate of fire due to its lighter weight bolt. The barrel and cocking handle are also shorter. A true pistol version of the MP5K does not have a shoulder stock, while its barrel is flush with the front of the foregrip, eliminating the possibility of attaching a suppressor. H&K also developed an “operational briefcase” designed to conceal the MP5K. With a trigger and safety mechanism in the briefcase handle, and a firing port on the side, the briefcase allows the machine pistol to be fired while contained fully inside the closed case.

HeliBacon's arsenal features many factory original variations of the MP5, including the MP5A4, MP5A5, MP5SD, MP5K, MP5K-PDW and MP5/40.

SHOTGUNS

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VEPR-12

SHOTGUN

Cartridge: 12 Gauge
Rate of fire: 400 rounds/min
Origin: Russia

Originally produced by Molot-Oruzhie Ltd, the VEPR-12 is patterned after the Kalashnikov rifle, but built on the heavier RPK light machine gun receiver to accommodate the size and power of the 12 gauge cartridge instead of the smaller 7.62x39 chambering of a traditional AK-47. It can be loaded with detachable box or drum magazines in various sizes and is intended to compete with the Saiga-12 shotgun produced by Izhmash.

“Admittedly, the recoil of full auto 12 gauge is punishing, and we can’t think of a single practical use. Still, everyone wants to check that box.” - HeliBacon

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VEPR12 Shotgun Texas shotguns for rent

VEPR-12

SHOTGUN

Cartridge: 12 Gauge
Rate of fire: 400 rounds/min
Origin: Russia

Originally produced by Molot-Oruzhie Ltd, the VEPR-12 is patterned after the Kalashnikov rifle, but built on the heavier RPK light machine gun receiver to accommodate the size and power of the 12 gauge cartridge instead of the smaller 7.62x39 chambering of a traditional AK-47. It can be loaded with detachable box or drum magazines in various sizes and is intended to compete with the Saiga-12 shotgun produced by Izhmash.

“Admittedly, the recoil of full auto 12 gauge is punishing, and we can’t think of a single practical use. Still, everyone wants to check that box.” - HeliBacon