Volley Firing Infantry Weapon

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Volley Firing Infantry Weapon
Type Assault rifle
Place of origin  France
Production history
Designer Pierre Jampy
Henri Bouix
Rene Armand
Designed 1970-1973
Specifications
Cartridge 5.56x45mm NATO
Caliber 5.56mm
Barrels 3
Action Recoil
Sights Iron

The Volley Firing Infantry Weapon (VFIW) was a rifle concept of French origin designed by Pierre Jampy.[1] The weapon was gas operated, and was fed by clips holding 3 rounds. The VFIW had the capability of firing on both semi and full automatic and adjustable spread.

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