10 Deadliest Weapons ever Created
There are more dangerous things than a angry woman, believe it or not. Beyond guns, you’d be surprised to learn which weapons can do the most damage. Let us take a look at ten of the world’s most dangerous and deadly weapons that have been created by mankind.
10 – Flame thrower
As you probably know, a flame thrower is an incendiary device that projects a long stream of fire. They were first used during World War I and then in other wars, often considered one of the most horrific ways to die. They were developed as a shock weapon and to penetrate the trench defensive. .
9 –Gustav’s gun
This was the name given to a German 80 cm railway gun, a huge piece of artillery designed to be shot from a railway wagon. It was developed in the late 1930s. Gustav could fire shells weighing seven tons to a distance 47 kilometers. When fully assembled the Gustav weighed nearly 1,350 tons. The Germans designed this piece of artillery to prepare for the Battle of France.
8 –DSR-50 SNIPER RIFLE
The DSR-50 is one of many kinds of sniper rifles. It fires the very powerful .50 caliber round with free-floating barrel technology and great accuracy. It’s lightweight and short in length with an adjustable butt sock and cheek piece. They do not recoil or jump when fired, one of the many reasons why one of these can cost up to $25,000
The AK-47 assault rifle came about during World War II where the Nazi army was the first to field them in great quantity. It was desirable because it was cheap to make, requires little to no training, and could be used in terrible weather conditions. Currently, it has become the world’s most effective combat weapon and killing machine in history according to many people and experts.
6 –Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier
US Nimitz Class – at over 1000 feet, the Nimitz Class aircraft carriers are the world’s biggest warships. Costing around US$4.5 billion each, they are also the most expensive. The 100,000-tonne carriers can hold up to 90 aircraft and are fitted with anti-aircraft guns and missiles.
5 –ADVANCE HEAVY MACHINE GUN
This is the kind of machine gun (XM307 ACSW) that gets a lot of damage done. It has the ability to be mounted on a vehicle and has two usable guns. It can obliterate helicopters, vehicles, water crafts and people (of course). The machine gun is also able to fire at a constant rate of 260 rounds in a minute. In other words–watch out.
4 –lockhead ac-130 spectre gunship
The sole user of this powerful weapon is the United States Air Force, specifically used in air support roles: supporting troops, transporting, escorting convoys, etc. The Spectre has helped in many wars and life-saving close air support missions. These aircrafts are heavily armed with sophisticated navigation, sensors, and fire control systems to provide firepower during bad weather conditions or loiter periods. It can also attack two targets at the same time.
The Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is a twin-engine, fifth-generation supersonic fighter aircraft. Capabilities: ground attack, electronic warfare, transporting, and more. The F-22 has previously had issues, such as oxygen problems for the pilots and high production costs. However, it’s currently the Air Force’s top fighter jet. It will soon have revolutionary software capable of using long-range radar mapping to find targets and direct small bombs to enemies.
2 –BRAHMOS MISSILE
It was the result of a joint venture between India and Russia . It is the world’s fastest anti-ship cruise missile in operation. The missile travels at speeds of Mach 2.8 to 3.0. Brahamos is currently the world’s fastest cruise missile operational and deployed in the world .
1 –Tsar Bomba
Every aspect of the phrase, ‘weapons of mass destruction,’ applies to the Tsar Bomba. The weapon was the Soviet Union’s rebuttal to the United States nuclear program. To compare, the most powerful device the United States ever created was the B41 . The B41 had a maximum yield of 25 megatons TNT, while the Tsar Bomba had a maximum yield of 100 megatons of TNT. the most powerful nuclear bomb ever detonated had a massive mushroom cloud. The mushroom cloud is estimated to have gone as high as 40 miles in the sky, which is about seven times as tall as Mount Everest.