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by The ENDORSE BEEPEE of Melicorium. . 36 reads.

Small Arms of the Armed Forces



The Armed Forces' designation for the M1911, a legendary pistol firing the powerful .45 ACP round. It has been the American military's service pistol for over a century.[/td][/tr]

A variant of the German HK MP5A3 submachine gun produced under license, firing .45 ACP.  It is used by scouts and paratroopers.[/td][/tr]

The standard infantry weapon of the Armed Forces. Derived from the Russian AKM, it fires the 5.56x45mm round.


A carbine variant of the R-49 used by the Special Forces and paratroopers.


A squad automatic weapon variant of the R-49.[/td][/tr]

The Armed Forces' designation for the German Rheinmetall MG3 general-purpose machine gun, itself the modern variant of the dreaded MG42. It fires 7.62x51mm rounds at an astonishing rate of 1,200 per minute.[/td][/tr]

A bolt-action marksman rifle. It is used by marksmen and snipers.


The sniper variant of the LR-45, fitted with a 3x-9x scope.[/td][/tr][/table]



A stick grenade based on the German [i]Stielhandgranate[/i]. It is issued to most foot soldier units.[/td][/tr]

An anti-tank weapon firing an 84mm round.[/td][/tr]

An anti-air missile launcher firing a 3 kilogram missile.[/td][/tr][/table]


Thanks to [nation]Eareamland[/nation] for kindly volunteering to draw some weapons which I probably cannot draw accurately. :P