Germany Shows Its Most Deadly Weapons: Marder IFV, Rheinmetall MG 3, HK G36, etc

German Weapons in Action: Marder IFV, Rheinmetall MG 3, HK G36, etc… – Credits toDaily Military Defense & Archive

The German army is known for possessing a wide range of weapons. Starting from the Marder IFV, which is a 1970s mechanical infantry with a top speed of 75 km/h, throughout the guns like Rheinmetall MG 3 and Heckler and Kosh G36, their arsenal is on an astonishing level.

In this video they tested the speed of the Marder IFV, their positioning around it as well as some of their rifles. The Rheinmetall General-purpose Machine gun is a 7.62×51mm gun manufactured in late 1950s is still in usage of the German Army as vehicle mounted and squad support machine gun.

The Heckler and Kosh G36 on the other hand is a low weight assault rifle made in Germany, with primal usage in non-mounted combat as we can see later on in the video.

Have you ever been inside or driven a Marder IFV before? What is your experience with Rheinmetall MG3 and HK G36? Let us know below.