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Small Arms of The Chuck (W.I.P.)

The Armed Forces of The Chuck primarily use small arms produced by McAllister Munitions Company. Some of these weapons include:

McAllister Munitions Company TCR-15


TCR-15 on display


Type: Assault Rifle

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 1970 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 1968-1970

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: 6.37 Pounds

Length: 33 Inches stock extended

Barrel length: 14.5 Inches

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm NATO

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt (Direct impingement)

Rate of fire 825 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity 2,970 ft/s (910 m/s)

Effective firing range: 500 m (550 yd

Feed system:
20; 30 round detachable magazine

Sights:
Iron Sights: Flip rear aperture and forward fixed post.

Various optical sights can be mounted.

The TCR-15 (The Chuck Rifle - Model #15) is the current standard issue assault rifle for The Armed Forces of The Chuck since 1970, being the first intermediate combat cartridge rifle of the Armed Forces of The Chuck.

The TCR-15 is still a very capable firearm, with a tried and true combat record. It has been in service across the globe for decades and has become a symbol of the ideals that the Armed Republic stands for.

The rifle was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance and rate of fire.

The first prototype was delivered to the The Armed Forces of The Chuck in mid 1969, which then underwent gruesome Military Viability Tests. After serious testing and improvements from these findings, The Armed Forces of The Chuck commissioned the weapon into service, being more than satisfied with its performance. Since 1969, it has proven itself time and again in the hands of military members and civilians.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCR-15 is a selective fire, gas-operated weapon that fires from a closed bolt. It uses ignited powder gases channeled through a vent in the barrel to drive a long stroke piston located above the barrel in a gas cylinder to provide power to the operating system. The weapon features a self-regulating gas system and a rotary bolt breech locking mechanism (equipped with two locking lugs), which is rotated by a helical camming groove machined into the bolt carrier that engages a control pin on the bolt. Extraction is carried out by means of a spring-loaded extractor contained in the bolt and a protrusion on the left guide rail inside the receiver acts as the fixed ejector.

The reason that the firearm uses the common 5.56x45mm NATO round is due to the low weight, ease of manufacturing, and effectiveness of this round against hostile targets.

Features - Fire Selector

The weapon is hammer-fired and uses a trigger mechanism with a 4-position fire selector and safety switch. The stamped sheet steel selector bar is present on both sides of the receiver and its positions are marked with letters: "S"— indicating the weapon is safe, "R"—single-fire mode ("R" is an abbreviation for "repetition"), "B"- 3 Round Burst mode and "A"—fully automatic fire. The "safe" setting disables the trigger and secures the weapon from being charged.

Features - Rifle Stock

The TCR-15 is equipped with a folding stock, with the tail of the stock fitted with a light rubber buffer. This stock setup was designed to optimize accuracy and user comfort during the firing of the firearm. The stock is manufactured with lightweight synthetic material.

Features - User Handling

The firearm's pistol grip is made of a sturdy light weight synthetic material. The grip is molded, allowing the user better grip and comfort. Lastly it is covered with a nonslip material, to ensure accuracy and comfort even when the user's hands are wet.

The barrel rail also acts as the hand-guard, made from a lightweight and non-slip synthetic material. This again optimizes accuracy, comfort and safety to the user.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from a synthetic box magazine with a 20-round or 30-round cartridge capacity (designed to use the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge) loaded in a staggered configuration. The spring loaded magazine can be disassembled for easy cleaning and maintenance.

Features - Sights

The rifle has conventional iron sights that consist of a front post and a flip-up rear sight with 100m, 300 m and 500m apertures. The front sight is adjustable for windage and elevation and is also a flip up, allowing easy installation and use for various other optical sights. The rear sight is mounted to the Picatinny rail to the rear.

For nighttime use, the rifle is equipped with self-luminous tritium light dots (exposed after placing the rear sight in an intermediate position) installed in a pivoting bar to the front sight base, which folds up in front of the standard post and aligns with two dots in the rear sight notch.

Features - Barrel

The RAS (Rail Accessory System) allows the barrel to be Free Floating, and dual functions as a simple yet ergonomic hand grip (as mentioned in 'User Handling').

The match-grade cut barrel is manufactured from 410 grade stainless steel, and due to the Rail Accessory System, turns it into a free floating barrel, once again optimizing accuracy. The barrel front end is slotted with a flash hider, with a barrel thread, allowing a optional suppressor to be added.

The RAS, encompassing the entire length of the barrel and body cover up to the rear sights, allows the add-on of a wide variety of accessories to the weapon, with ease and without the need of tools.

Features - Body

The rifle's stock, pistol grip, body cover, magazine, and RAS is manufactured from a durable light weight synthetic material, reducing overall weight. The only metal parts is the "internal working parts" and the barrel.

For regular field maintenance and cleaning, the firearm is disassembled into the following components: the receiver and barrel group, bolt carrier, bolt, return mechanism, gas tube, receiver dust cover and magazine.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- Weapon Bag (All Terrain)
- 9 x 20-Round Magazine
- 6 x 30-Round Magazine
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the firearm to act in ways that normally only entire different variants could offer, increasing the service range of the firearm tremendously:

- Vertical Hand Grip
- Bipod with wire cutter
- Telescopic Sight
- Reflex Sight
- 40mm Rifle Grenade Launcher
- Rifle Bayonet
- Laser Pointer
- Tactical Flashlight
- Night Vision Optical Sight
- Suppressor

McAllister Munitions Company TCR-18


TCR-18 on display


Type: Assault Rifle

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 2019 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 2018 - 2019

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: 6.17 Pounds

Length:

38 Inches stock extended
29.5 Inches stock folded

Barrel length:
18 Inches

Cartridge: 6.8×43mm (SPC)

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire 750 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity 3083.99 fp/s

Effective firing range: 929 Yards

Feed system:
35; 50 round detachable magazine

Sights:
Iron Sights: Flip rear aperture and flip forward post.

Various optical sights can be mounted.

The TCR-18 (The Chuck Rifle - designed in 2018) is the current standard issue assault rifle for The Armed Forces of The Chuck since 2019, being the replacement model for the previous TCR-15.

The TCR-15 is still a very capable firearm, however The Chuckian government deemed a new weapon was required for their armed forces, which could take advantage of modern technology, to obtain increased accuracy, longer effective ranges and increased lethality.

The rifle was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance and accuracy.

The first prototype was delivered to the The Armed Forces of The Chuck in mid 2018, which then underwent gruesome Military Viability Tests. After serious testing and improvements from these findings, The Armed Forces of The Chuck commissioned the weapon into service, being more than satisfied with its performance.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCR-18 is a selective fire, gas-operated weapon that fires from a closed bolt. It uses ignited powder gases channeled through a vent in the barrel to drive a long stroke piston located above the barrel in a gas cylinder to provide power to the operating system. The weapon features a self-regulating gas system and a rotary bolt breech locking mechanism (equipped with two locking lugs), which is rotated by a helical camming groove machined into the bolt carrier that engages a control pin on the bolt. Extraction is carried out by means of a spring-loaded extractor contained in the bolt and a protrusion on the left guide rail inside the receiver acts as the fixed ejector.

The reason that the firearm uses the 6.8×43mm (SPC) round and not the common 5.56mm Nato or 7.62mm round is the weight, accuracy, low-recoil and increased lethality benefits that it offers.

Features - Fire Selector

The weapon is hammer-fired and uses a trigger mechanism with a 4-position fire selector and safety switch. The stamped sheet steel selector bar is present on both sides of the receiver and its positions are marked with letters: "S"— indicating the weapon is safe, "R"—single-fire mode ("R" is an abbreviation for "repetition"), "B"- 3 Round Burst mode and "A"—fully automatic fire. The "safe" setting disables the trigger and secures the weapon from being charged.

Features - Rifle Stock

The TCR-18 is equipped with a folding stock, with the tail of the stock fitted with a light rubber buffer. This stock setup was designed to optimize accuracy and user comfort during the firing of the firearm. The stock is manufactured with lightweight synthetic material.

Features - User Handling

The firearm's pistol grip is made of a sturdy light weight synthetic material. The grip is molded, allowing the user better grip and comfort. Lastly it is covered with a nonslip material, to ensure accuracy and comfort even when the user's hands are wet.

The barrel rail also acts as the hand-guard, made from a lightweight and non-slip synthetic material. This again optimizes accuracy, comfort and safety to the user.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from a synthetic box magazine with a 35-round or 50-round cartridge capacity (designed to use the 6.8×43mm SPC cartridge) loaded in a staggered configuration. The spring loaded magazine can be disassembled for easy cleaning and maintenance.

Features - Sights

The rifle has conventional iron sights that consist of a front post and a flip-up rear sight with 300m, 500m and 800m apertures. The front sight is adjustable for windage and elevation and is also a flip up, allowing easy installation and use for various other optical sights. The rear sight is mounted to the Picatinny rail to the rear.

For nighttime use, the rifle is equipped with self-luminous tritium light dots (exposed after placing the rear sight in an intermediate position) installed in a pivoting bar to the front sight base, which folds up in front of the standard post and aligns with two dots in the rear sight notch.

Features - Barrel

The RAS (Rail Accessory System) allows the barrel to be Free Floating, and dual functions as a simple yet ergonomic hand grip (as mentioned in 'User Handling').

The match-grade cut barrel is manufactured from 410 grade stainless steel, and due to the Rail Accessory System, turns it into a free floating barrel, once again optimizing accuracy. The barrel front end is slotted with a flash hider, with a barrel thread, allowing a optional suppressor to be added.

The RAS, encompassing the entire length of the barrel and body cover up to the rear sights, allows the add-on of a wide variety of accessories to the weapon, with ease and without the need of tools.

Features - Body

The rifle's stock, pistol grip, body cover, magazine, and RAS is manufactured from a durable light weight synthetic material, reducing overall weight. The only metal parts is the "internal working parts" and the barrel.

For regular field maintenance and cleaning, the firearm is disassembled into the following components: the receiver and barrel group, bolt carrier, bolt, return mechanism, gas tube, receiver dust cover and magazine.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- Weapon Bag (All Terrain)
- 5 x 35-Round Magazine
- 2 x 50-Round Magazine
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the firearm to act in ways that normally only entire different variants could offer, increasing the service range of the firearm tremendously:

- Vertical Hand Grip
- Bipod with wire cutter
- Telescopic Sight
- Reflex Sight
- 40mm Rifle Grenade Launcher
- Rifle Bayonet
- Laser Pointer
- Tactical Flashlight
- Night Vision Optical Sight
- Suppressor

McAllister Munitions Company TCP-9


TCP-9 on display


Type: Semi-automatic Pistol

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 1974 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 1972-1974

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: Unloaded - 34.2 oz

Length: 217mm

Barrel length: 125mm

Cartridge: 9×19mm Parabellum

Action: Short recoil

Rate of fire 250 Rounds per minute

Muzzle velocity 381 m/s (1,250 ft/s)

Effective firing range: 50 m

Feed system:
15-round (standard)
17-round, 20-round, 25-round, and 30-round extended box magazines

Sights:
Iron Sights

Various optical sights can be mounted.

The TCP-9 (The Chuck Pistol - designed in 1972 and chambered in 9mm) is the current standard issue side arm for The Armed Forces of The Chuck since 1974.

The pistol was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance and accuracy.

The first prototype was delivered to the The Armed Forces of The Chuck in mid 1973, which then underwent gruesome Military Viability Tests. After serious testing and improvements from these findings, The Armed Forces of The Chuck commissioned the weapon into service, being more than satisfied with its performance.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCP-9 is a semi-automatic, short recoil weapon that fires from a blow-back design. It the blow-back operating system that is operated by the recoil of firing a bullet to cock and reload the chamber.

The reason that the firearm uses the 9x19mm Parabellum round and not the common .45 ACP round is the weight, accuracy, low-recoil and decreased chance of over-penetration benefits that it offers.

Features - Fire Selector

The weapon is hammer-fired and uses a trigger mechanism with a safety switch. The "safe" setting disables the trigger and secures the weapon from being charged.

Features - User Handling

The firearm's pistol grip is made of a sturdy light weight synthetic material. The grip is molded, allowing the user better grip and comfort. Lastly it is covered with a nonslip material, to ensure accuracy and comfort even when the user's hands are wet.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from a metallic box magazine with a 15 cartridge capacity (designed to use the 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge) loaded in a staggered configuration. Other larger box magazines are available too. The spring loaded magazine can be disassembled for easy cleaning and maintenance.

Features - Sights

The rifle has conventional iron sights that consist of a fixed rear and forward post sight. The sights are fixed to the pistol but can have a micro red-dot or other pistol sight attached to the picatinny rail system on top of the barrel.

Features - Barrel

The integrated RAS (Rail Accessory System) allows for sight attachments and laser/light systems to be mounted to the TCP-9.

The barrel also is threaded to allow the addition of suppressors for special forces operations.

Features - Body

The pistol features a synthetic polyester frame that allows it to be durable yet light and able to take punishment in almost any combat environment.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- 5 x 15-Round Magazine
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical Leg Holster

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the firearm to act in ways that normally only entire different variants could offer, increasing the service range of the firearm tremendously:

- Reflex Sight
- Laser Pointer
- Tactical Flashlight
- Suppressor

McAllister Munitions Company TCSG-12


TCSG-12 on display


Type: Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 1965 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 1963-1965

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: 8.64 Pounds

Length: 43 Inches

Barrel length: 32 Inches

Cartridge: 12 Gauge Shells

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire 120 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity 1800 ft/s (548.5 m/s)

Effective firing range: 55 yards (50.2 meters)

Feed system: 7+1 internal tube (Using 2.75 shells) magazine

Sights: Ghost ring sight

Various optical sights can be mounted on Picatinny Rail.

The TCSG-12 (The Chuck ShotGun - 12 Gauge) is the current standard issue shotgun for The Armed Forces of The Chuck since 1965, being a modernized shotgun for military and civilian application.

The TCSG-12 is a very capable firearm, with a tried and true combat record. It has been in service across the globe for decades and has become a symbol of both the Chuckian military and civilian shooters around the world.

The shotgun was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance and shell capacity.

The first prototype was delivered to the The Armed Forces of The Chuck in mid 1964, which then underwent gruesome Military Viability Tests. After serious testing and improvements from these findings, The Armed Forces of The Chuck commissioned the weapon into service, being more than satisfied with its performance. Since 1965, it has proven itself time and again in the hands of military members and civilians.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCSG-12 is a semi-automatic, gas-operated weapon that fires from a closed bolt. It uses ignited powder gases channeled through a vent in the barrel to drive a long stroke piston located below the barrel in a gas cylinder to provide power to the operating system. The weapon features a self-regulating gas system and a rotary bolt breech locking mechanism (equipped with two locking lugs), which is rotated by a helical camming groove machined into the bolt carrier that engages a control pin on the bolt. Extraction is carried out by means of a spring-loaded extractor contained in the bolt and a protrusion on the left guide rail inside the receiver acts as the fixed ejector.

The reason that the firearm uses the common 12 gauge shell is due to the ease of manufacturing, variety of ammunition, and effectiveness of this round against hostile targets.

Features - Rifle Stock

The TCSG-12 is equipped with a fixed, with the tail of the stock fitted with a light rubber buffer. This stock setup was designed to optimize accuracy and user comfort during the firing of the firearm. The stock is manufactured with lightweight synthetic material.

Features - User Handling

The firearm's pistol grip is made of a sturdy light weight synthetic material. The grip is molded, allowing the user better grip and comfort. Lastly it is covered with a nonslip material, to ensure accuracy and comfort even when the user's hands are wet.

The barrel rail also acts as the hand-guard, made from a lightweight and non-slip synthetic material. This again optimizes accuracy, comfort and safety to the user.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from the bottom and contains a 7+1 internal tube magazine.

Features - Sights

The rifle has conventional ghost ring sights for quick target acquisition and engagement.

For nighttime use, the rifle is equipped with self-luminous tritium light dots installed in a pivoting bar to the front sight base, which is fixed in the standard post and aligns with three dots on the rear ghost ring.

Features - Barrel

The cut barrel is manufactured from 410 grade stainless steel, and comes in both smooth-bore and rifled variants. The barrels can easily be modified to have threading on the end for compensators or other muzzle devices.

Features - Body

The rifle's stock, pistol grip, body cover, and tube magazine is manufactured from a mixture of durable light weight synthetic material and stainless steel, reducing overall weight.

For regular field maintenance and cleaning, the firearm is disassembled into the following components: the receiver and barrel group, bolt carrier, bolt, return mechanism, gas tube, and magazine.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- Weapon Bag (All Terrain)
- 5 x 20-Round Boxes of Ammunition
- Shell Loop for stock
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the firearm to act in ways that normally only entire different variants could offer, increasing the service range of the firearm tremendously:

- Vertical Hand Grip
- Telescopic Sight
- Reflex Sight
- Bayonet
- Laser Pointer
- Tactical Flashlight
- Night Vision Optical Sight

McAllister Munitions Company TCMR-65


TCMR-65 on display


Type: Designated Marksman Rifle

Place of Origin: Joint Venture between:

- The Armed Republic of The Chuck
-Republic of Port Ember


Service History

Main User:

- Port Ember Security Forces;
- The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 2019 - Current


Production History

Designed By: Joint Venture between Hydra Industries and McAllister Munitions Co.

Designed: 2018-2019

Manufacturer:
- Hydra Industries (Port Ember)
- McAllister Munitions Co. (The Chuck)

Specifications

Mass: 2.8 Kg (6.2 Pounds)

Length: 1100 mm (43.3 Inches)

Barrel length: 610 mm (24 Inches)

Cartridge: 6.5x55mm (Creedmoor)

Action: Gas-operated, Rotating bolt, Semi Automatic

Rate of fire Varies

Muzzle velocity 2,690 ft/s (820 m/s)

Effective firing range: 1100 m (1200 yards)

Feed system:
25 round Detachable Box Magazine

Sights:
- Trigicon ACOG 4x32 Telescopic Sight
- Backup Iron Sights (Flip-Up) front/rear

The TCMR-65 (The Chuck Marksman's Rifle - 6.5 mm) is a Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) designed in a joint venture between McAllister Munitions Co. (The Chuck) and Hydra Industries (Port Ember), and is manufactured by both companies in their respective nations.

Development started in early 2018, when a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Port Ember and The Chuck, promising closer co-operation on a military, economical and political level. Both nations immediately expressed their requirement for a modern Designated Marksman Rifle, and as an adherance to the newly Memorandum, the contract was awarded to Hydra Industries and
McAllister Co, as a joint venture.

The weapon passed military trails in both nations in early 2019 and subsequently pressed into service with both nations.

The Port Ember Security Services have given the weapon the designation of DMR-21, while The Armed Forces of The Chuck have designated it as the TCMR-65.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The rifle is a lightweight, air-cooled, magazine-fed, gas-operated semi automatic rifle that uses a piston within the bolt carrier with a rotary bolt locking mechanism. It uses a straight line recoil configuration. It is slotted to use 6.5×55mm (Creedmoor) rounds, specifically for its increased accuracy at longer ranges.

Features - Adjustable Stock

The rifle features a adjustable collapsing stock, with four positions (Fully Collapsed; Extended 1; Extended 2; Fully Extended), which allows the user to optimise the firearm to their specific preference.

Features - User Handling

The special ergonomically molded pistol grip also features a non-slip surface to optimise accuracy. This unique feature was added due to the fact that during development, it was found that the user's hands becomes sweaty and slippery during extensive operations.

Features - Trigger Assembly

The Trigger Assembly consists out of the Trigger Guard and the Trigger itself. The Trigger Guard protects the trigger from accidental discharge due to interaction with the environment. The trigger is a Light Trigger with a 3.5 Pound pull power, once again optimising stability and accuracy. The firearm is equiped with a 2-Position Fire Selector: "S" for Safe and "R" for Repition. The "Safe" setting disables the trigger and secures the weapon from being charged. The selector is a small thumb switch on the pistol grip.

Features - Optics/Sights

The rifle is fitted with a Trijicon ACOG 4x32 Telescopic Sight.

Furthermore, it features BUIS (Back-Up Iron Sights). The rear BUIS is a Flip-Up sight with 200m/500m/800m apertures.

The Front BUIS is a flip up front post, which folds down when the Magnifying Sight is mounted. Due to its nature as a backup sight and flip mechanism, it does not host a traditional guard housing/shroud.

Features - Feed System

The firearm is fed by a 25 Round Detachable Box Magazine (6.5×55mm Creedmoor) placed in front of the pistol grip, loaded in a Double-Stack Formation.

Features - R.A.S.

The RAS (Rail Accessory System) allows the barrel to be Free Floating, and houses a simple yet ergonomic hand grip, and a adjustable Telescoping Legs Bipod.

Features - Barrel

The match-grade cut barrel is manufactured from 410 grade stainless steel, and due to the Rail Accessory System, turns it into a free floating barrel, once again optimising accuracy. The barrel front end is slotted with a flash surpressor, with a barrel thread, allowing a optional surpressor to be added.

Features - Body

The rifle's stock, pistol grip, body cover, magazine, and RAS is manufactured from a synthetic material, making it light weight. The only metal parts is the "internal working parts" and the barrel.

The rifle is fitted with a Picatinny rail for possible personal modifications.

Accessories

The following accesories is supplied with each weapon:

Weapon Case, which includes:

- The Rifle
- Waterproof Rifle Bag
- 5 x 30-Round Magazines
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling
- Trijicon ACOG 4x32 Telescopic Sight
- Suppressor

McAllister Munitions Company TCHR-2


TCHR-2 on display


Type: Bolt-Action Rifle

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 1895 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 1890-1895

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: 7.5 Pounds

Length: 45 Inches

Barrel length: 26 Inches

Cartridge: Varies

Action: Bolt-Action

Rate of fire 10-25 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity Varies, 2,800 ft/s (850 m/s) with .30-06

Effective firing range: Varies, 1,000 yards (910 m) with .30-06

Maximum firing range: Varies, 5,500 yards (5,000 m) with .30 M1 Ball cartridge

Feed system: Internal 5 Round Box Magazine, Detachable/Fixed 10 Round Box Magazine

Sights:

Iron Sights: Flip rear aperture and forward fixed post.

Various optical sights can be mounted.

The TCHR-2 (The Chuck Hunting Rifle - Model #2) is a modernization of Caldwell McAllister's original TCHR-1 rifle that was first built in 1895.

The TCHR-2 is a very capable bolt-action rifle that has proven itself across all fields of usage. From warfare to shooting competitions to hunting, the TCHR-2 is an ideal rifle for the precision marksman.

The rifle was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance, and accuracy at extended ranges.

The first prototype of the original TCHR-1 was built in 1894 and went through a year of testing before it became available to the civilian and military market. The TCHR-2 was first manufactured in 1948.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCHR-2 is a bolt-action rifle utilizing a quarter turn bolt system. This ensures a minimum of moving parts and long range accuracy in its design. Extraction is carried out by means of a spring-loaded extractor contained in the bolt.

Due to being a bolt-action rifle, the TCHR-2 can be chambered in most cartridges available on the civilian market. The more common chamberings are .30-06, 6.5x55 Creedmoor, 7.62x51mm N.A.T.O., .30-30 Winchester, 7.62x54mm Russian, .458 Winchester Magnum, and 12.7x99mm.

Features - Quarter Twist Bolt

The TCHR-2 has a quarter twist bolt allowing for maximum target re-acquisition and stability when shooting in rapid succession.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from either a fixed box magazine or a detachable box magazine with a 5-round or 10-round cartridge capacity (designed to use the .30-06 cartridge) loaded in a staggered configuration. Along with this, the rifle features a groove in the top of the bolt allowing easy usage of stripper clips for quick reloading of the rifle. The spring loaded detachable magazine can be disassembled for easy cleaning and maintenance.

Features - Sights

The rifle has conventional iron sights that consist of a front post and a flip-up rear sight with 100 m, 200 m, 300 m, 400 m, and 500 m apertures. The front sight is adjustable for windage and elevation and is also a flip up, allowing easy installation and use for various other optical sights. The rear sight is mounted to the rear of the rifle past the exposed bolt face.

For nighttime use, the rifle is equipped with self-luminous tritium light dots (exposed after placing the rear sight in an intermediate position) installed in a pivoting bar to the front sight base, which folds up in front of the standard post and aligns with two dots in the rear sight notch.

Features - Barrel

The barrel of the TCHR-2 is free floating which enables the rifle to be used in extreme long range precision shooting.

The match-grade cut barrel is manufactured from 410 grade stainless steel, and once again is a free floating barrel for optimizing accuracy. The front of the barrel is threaded and normally comes with a flash hider but a multitude of attachments can be mounted.

The RAS, encompassing the body cover of the barrel allows the add-on of a wide variety of accessories to the weapon, with ease and without the need of tools.

Features - Body

The rifle's stock, body cover, magazine, and RAS is manufactured from materials according to the purchaser's choice. Normally the rifle's stock is made from Black Walnut wood.

For regular field maintenance and cleaning, the firearm is disassembled into the following components: the bolt and barrel group, stock, trigger assembly, and magazine.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- Weapon Bag (All Terrain)
- x5 10 round detachable box magazines
- Bullet loop for stock
- Detachable bipod for enhanced accuracy
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the firearm to act in ways that normally only entire different variants could offer, increasing the service range of the firearm tremendously:

- Bipod with wire cutter
- Telescopic Sight
- Reflex Sight
- Rifle Bayonet
- Laser Pointer
- Tactical Flashlight
- Night Vision Optical Sight
- Suppressor

McAllister Munitions Company TCRR-90


TCRR-90 on display


Type: Recoilless Rifle

Place of Origin: The Armed Republic of The Chuck


Service History

Main User: The Armed Forces of The Chuck

In Service: 1952 - Current


Production History

Designed By: McAllister Munitions Company

Designed: 1947-1951

Manufacturer: McAllister Munitions Company

Specifications

Mass: 19.8 Pounds

Length: 52 Inches

Cartridge: 90x251mm R

Rate of fire 7 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity 740-900 ft/s (225.5-274 m/s)

Effective firing range: 450-500m against moving target
600m against stationary target
1200m using smoke and high explosive rounds

Feed system: Hinged Breech

Sights: Open (iron) sights; optical 3× laser rangefinder; image intensification system

The TCRR-90 (The Chuck Recoilless Rifle - 90mm) is the current standard issue recoilless rifle for The Armed Forces of The Chuck since 1952, being the first large caliber, man portable, shoulder fired recoilless rifle for military and civilian use in the armed republic.

The TCRR-90 is still a very capable weapon system, with a tried and true combat record. It has been in service across the globe for decades and has become a symbol of the power of the Armed Republic.

The weapon system was designed and is manufactured by McAllister Munitions Company in The Chuck and is much loved by its users due to its light weight, reliability, ease of maintenance and heavy hitting munitions.

The first prototype was delivered to the The Armed Forces of The Chuck in mid 1950, which then underwent gruesome Military Viability Tests. After serious testing and improvements from these findings, The Armed Forces of The Chuck commissioned the weapon into service, being more than satisfied with its performance. Since 1952, it has proven itself time and again in the hands of military members and civilians.

The weapon has proven its reliability across a multitude of environments. From the frozen tundra of the far north to the tropical rain forests near the equator, even including desert landscapes.



Design details

Operating Mechanism

The TCRR-90 is simplistic in its design. Utilizing a hinged breech, the TCRR-90 is simple to use for any operator. The TCRR-90 uses the gasses of a spent shell to not only propel a projectile down range but also to negate almost all backwards recoil enabling operators to take precise and rapid shots on target.

The reason that the firearm uses a 90x251mm primary ammunition is because it offers a large payload space for a reasonable weight.

Features - Fire Selector

The weapon uses a trigger mechanism with a 3-position safety mechanism. The stamped sheet steel selector bar is present on both sides of the receiver and its positions are marked with letters: "S"— indicating the weapon is safe, "P"—Primed and ready to be reloaded, "F"—Ready to fire. The "safe" setting disables the trigger and secures the weapon from being charged.

Features - Adjustable Stock

The TCRR-90 is equipped with an adjustable stock, with the tail of the stock fitted with a light rubber buffer. This stock setup was designed to optimize user comfort during the firing of the weapon system. The stock is manufactured with lightweight yet durable metals for maximum strength and user comfort.

Features - User Handling

The weapon system's pistol grip is made of a sturdy light weight synthetic material. The grip is molded, allowing the user better grip and comfort. Lastly it is covered with a nonslip material, to ensure accuracy and comfort even when the user's hands are wet.

The forward pistol grip, made from a lightweight and non-slip synthetic material, again optimizes accuracy, comfort and safety to the user.

Features - Feeding

The weapon is fed from the rear hinge system which allows for quick used casing extraction and swapping of ammunition during combat.

Features - Sights

The weapon system has conventional iron sights that consist of a front post and a flip-up rear sight with 100m, 300m, 500m, 700m, 900m, and 1,100m apertures. The rear sight is mounted to a Picatinny rail and is adjustable for windage and elevation and is also a flip up, allowing easy installation and use for various other optical sights. The front sight is mounted to the Picatinny rail towards the front.

For nighttime use, the weapon system is equipped with self-luminous tritium light dots (exposed when the rear leaf sight is flipped up) installed in a pivoting bar to the rear sight base, which folds up and aligns with two dots in the front sight notch.

Features - Body

The weapon system's stock, pistol grip, and body is manufactured from lightweight yet durable metals to provide maximum strength of firing such a strong weapon system while offering the user the maximum quality of comfort during operation.

For regular field maintenance and cleaning, the weapon system is disassembled into the following components: the trigger housing, barrel, hinge system, front grip, and rail system.

Accessories

The following accessories is issued with each weapon:

- Weapon Case
- 10 rounds of assorted 90x251mm R ammunition ranging from H.E.A.T. warheads to Thermobaric warheads.
- Cleaning Kit
- Tactical 3-Point Weapon Sling

The following accessories is available for purchase, allowing the weapon system to act in more specialized roles

- Vertical Forward Hand Grip
- Laser Rangefinder
- Assorted types of specialty ammunition including incendiary and biological warheads.

Special thanks to Port Ember for being a major bro and helping with this!

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