Heckler & Koch AG-C/EGLM
|Place of origin||Germany|
|Used by||See Users|
|Designer||Heckler & Koch|
|Manufacturer||Heckler & Koch|
|Variants||AG-NL, M320, HK269|
|Weight||1.5 kg (3.31 lb)|
|Length||348 mm (13.7 in)|
|Barrel length||280 mm (11.0 in)|
|Width||89 mm (3.5 in)|
|Height||205 mm (8.1 in)|
|Maximum firing range||400 m|
|Feed system||Breech-loaded, single shot|
|Sights||Folding ladder sight|
The AG-C/EGLM is a single shot 40 mm grenade launcher that attaches to AR-15-type rifles, including the HK416/17. It is manufactured by Heckler and Koch and is derived from the AG36. EGLM stands for "Enhanced Grenade Launching Module". A stand-alone variant exists. The device attaches under the barrel and forward of the magazine. A separate sighting system is added to rifles fitted with the AG-C/EGLM, as the rifle's standard sights are not matched to the launcher. The AG-C/EGLM can fire high-explosive, smoke, illuminating, buckshot direct fire, CS gas, and training grenades.
- Netherlands - Use the AG-NL variant designed for Diemaco C7 and C8 rifles and has the designation UGL.
- United Kingdom - AG-C under the designation L17A1 (for use with the C8SFW/L119A1 carbine) and AG-SA80 under the designation L123A3 (for use with the SA80/L85 rifle).
- Poland - AG-HK416 on HK416 within Wojska Specjalne.
- Canada
- Norway - Used on HK416 and Diemaco SFW
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