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M307  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2010
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: ACSW, OCSW and XM307
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: General Dynamics
Parent System: M-307
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2010
Total Production: ?
Total Cost: USD$160 million
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Description: The Objective Crew Served Weapon (OCSW) is a replacement for current heavy and grenade machine guns deployed within the US Army. It is a 25mm gun, lightweight, two-man portable system incorporating advanced technologies, munitions and fire control system (laser range finder and day/night sight). It is intended against personnel, material and vehicles locate within 2,000 meters. The OCSW is intended to achieve operational capability by 2010. This weapon system is also known as the XM307 and the ACSW (Advanced Crew Served Weapon).

In May 2004, the Department of Defense awarded General Dynamics a $95 million contract for system development and demonstration of the XM307 ACWS weapon. The contract covers works through December 2007. Early in December 2005 General Dynamics Armaments and Technical Products was awarded a $6 million contract funding development of a remotely operated variant (ROV) of XM-307 ACWS which was planned to be used mounted on the Future Combat System (FCS) vehicles. The ROV XM307 will serve to soldiers protected under vehicle's armor.

M307 Specifications

Crew: 2
Dimensions
Caliber: 25 millimeter
Height: 180 millimeter
Length: 1,330 millimeter (52 inch)
Width: 250 millimeter
Performance
Max Range: 2,000 meter (1.24 mile)
Rates
Max Rate of Fire: 260 roundperminute
Weight
Combat Weight: 19 kilogram (42 pound)
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