PAR-41C /PAR-41S ( Projectile Assault Rifle)
Year of first manufacture: 4460
Operation: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Caliber 6.5x45mm semi-caseless
Overall length Par-41C 725mm/28.5 inches
PAR-41S812.8mm/32 inches ( without suppressor)
Barrel length PAR-41C 450mm/17.8 inches
PAR-41C 3.6kg/7.92 pounds
PAR-41S 5.82/12.8 pounds ( with scope)
Magazine Capacity 30 rounds
Rate of fire, cyclic 650 rounds per minute
Effective Range: 500meter/547 yards
The Delta Forces Operations Command(DFOC) issued a solicitation for the procurement of new Projectile Assault Rifles (PAR)on October 15th, 4460. This solicitation requested a new combat rifle,specially tailored for the current and proposed future needs of the Federation Armed Forces. All variants, regardless of exact configuration, will provide the operator with the same controls layout, same handling and maintenance procedures, and same optional equipment, such as sights,scopes, also current and future attachments.
All PAR-41 rifles built share same basic action. This is a gas-operated system with direct-impingement gas drive, which has no gas piston. Instead, powder gases are fed from the barrel and through a Duratanium tube back into the receiver, and then into the cavity inside bolt carrier through the gas key. Inside the bolt carrier, powder gases push it back against the bolt, thus first causing the bolt to rotate and unlock from the barrel, and then to cycle the action. The rotary bolt has 7 radial lugs and improved extractor. Both upper and lower receiver halves are made from starship grade tritanium alloy, and connected by cross-pins.
The PAR-41S is a medium range sniper rifle variant. Barrels are of match class quality, and enclosed into a free-floated forearm. Trigger is also of match grade, fully adjustable. These rifles are fitted with proprietary sound moderator / silencer quick mount, located on the barrel just in front of the gas block. Finished to military specifications, and equipped with back-up iron sights (marked up to 600 meters and installed on folding bases). PAR-41S rifles also features a different buttstock, which is adjustable for length of pull, as well as different style forend rail system and a flash hider on the barrel. Leupold variable-power 3,5-10X sniper scope, along with Harris bipod, and a number of other accessories, including soft and hard carrying cases.
Since it's adoption in 4461, the PAR systems had been known for its reliability, serviceability, simplicity. PAR's are capable of outstanding accuracy, and many of PAR-patterned weapons are still in service with different military and law enforcement agencies throughout the Federation.
PLMG-3 ( Projectile Lightweight Machine Gun)
Year of first manufacture: 4465
Operation: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Caliber 6.5x45mm semi-caseless
Overall length PLMG-3 1040mm
PLMG C 890mm/35 inches
Barrel length PLMG-3 465mm/18.3 inches
PLMG-3 7.1kg/15.6 pounds
PLMG-3C 5.75kg/12.65 pounds
Magazine Capacity: Standard PAR 30 rounds magazine, or 150 and 250 round pouches, disintegrating plastic links.
Rate of fire, cyclic 900 rounds per minute
Effective Range: 500meter/547 yards
The Projectile Lightweight Machine Gun program was initiated by DF, as an attempt to significantly reduce combat load of the infantrymen, especially those carrying the Squad Automatic Weapons / light machine guns. The SC (Semi-cased) ammunition and guns currently are most developed, and show average 41% weight and 13% volume reduction when compared to the standard brass 6.5x45mm ammunition.
The PLMG uses gas operated action with gas piston, located below the barrel. It operates oscillating chamber, which swings sideways to eject spent case and load a fresh one, and then swings back in line with the barrel to fire the round. Feed is from specially designed disintegrating belts with plastic links. It has a quick-change barrel and fires from open bolt, in full automatic and semi-automatic modes.
The PLMG features a dual feed system, so it can alternatively use standard disintegrating belts or detachable box magazines. Belt feed unit is installed on the top of receiver, with belt feeding direction from left to right. Belt feed is operated by the side-mounted swinging lever,which is operated by cam track cut in the side of the bolt carrier
Magazine housing is located below the receiver, with magazine being inserted vertically up. Ejection window for empty cases is at the right side of receiver, just below the empty link ejection window. By default, magazine housing will accept proprietary box magazines PAR-compatible 30-round magazines. Belts are usually fed from semi-rigid “assault pouches” with 150- or 250-round capacity. These pouches are clipped to machine gun below the receiver. Dust covers protect the mag housing when not in use.
FSP (Federation Service Pistol
Year of first manufacture 4135
Type: Double Action Only
Weight, unloaded 1kg/2/2 pounds
Barrel length 127mm
Effective Range: 100meters/109 yards
With improving body armor, Delta Force issued a solicitation for the procurement of a new duty pistol in 2260. Taking the venerable CZ-75, one of the best combat pistols in existence, the pattern for the new Federation Service Pistol emerged. The FSP is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol. It uses a fairy standard Browning locking system, with cam-shaped cut below the barrel, which lowers the barrel on recoil stroke. Barrel locks into slide with two locking lugs, located just ahead of the ejection port. The slide rides on the internal rails, machined on inside of the frame.
A rarer version of the FSP is the FSP-SF, a selective-fire version of the basic pistol, which can fire either in semi-auto or in full auto, with rate of fire about 1,000 rounds per minute. The FSP-SF first appeared circa 4133 in prototype form, and is intended for special police and military forces. To help control the gun, a spare magazine can be fitted upside down into special holder under the barrel; it then serves as a forward grip.
PSMG ( Projectile Sub Machine Gun)
Year of first manufacture 4142
Weight, unloaded 2.2kg/4.84 pounds
Length (Stock closed, open) 450/600mm 17.7/23.6inches
Barrel length 200mm/7.87 inches
Magazine capacity 10 & 25 round box magazines, 75 round drum
Effective Range:225 meters/246 yards
The PSMG had been developed by in the early 42nd century. It first appeared on the markets in 4142. The key idea behind the PSMG was to create lightweight and powerful submachine gun, that also will be easier to make than most SM;s, being targeted primary for the law enforcement market.
The PSMG is a blowback-operated select-fire submachine gun, being fired from the closed bolt. The receiver is made from the polymer, the controls are fully ambidextrous. It can be fired in full-auto, single shot, or 3 round bursts (optional). It incorporates a bolt hold-open device, which traps the bolt in the open position when the last round from magazine had been fired. The PSMG has side-folding buttstock and two set of picatinny rails which accept a wide variety equipment, such as optional sights, laser pointers, tactical grips and flashlights. The barrel has quick mount for snap-on silencer.
PLRR (Projectile Long Range Rifle
Caliber: Super .551BMG (14x105mm)
Overall length 1168mm/46 inches
Barrel length 450mm/17.8 inches
Weight, unloaded 11.8kg/26 pounds
Magazine Capacity Ten round box magazine
Effective Range:2500meters/2734 yards
The PLRR is the newest of the FAF non-energy weapons This rifle, first shown in 4394, is intended to provide lighter and more compact alternative to other anti-material rifles which are widely used by military and law enforcement forces around the Federation .The new weapon is lighter and significantly shorter than most, thanks to its bullpup layout.
The PLRR is a gas operated,semiautomatic rifle. Gas chamber and piston are located above the barrel. Barrel is locked using a rotary bolt. Stock is of bullpup layout and made of metal, with rubber buttplate. Rifle has detachable lightweight bipods, adjustable for height.
The biggest improvement comes in the ammunition. The .551BMG is a caseless round and has a 65 gram(1003 grain) bullet that travels at 1150 m/s (3773fps).
Type Gas operated, pump actuated, semi-auto
Gauge: 12 ( will accept 2.75, 3, and 3.5 inch shells)
M1K 1000mm ( stock extended), 850mm (stock folded)
M1KS 920 (stock extended), (660 stock folded)
Weight M1K 3.5 kg unloaded, M1KS 3.3 kg unloaded
Magazine capacity 6 round box, 15 round drum
Effective Range: 175meters/191yards
In early 4490, DF MRDEC (Marine Armament Research and Development Center), awarded the contract for XM1K Service Combat Shotgun to Mossberg, USA,inc, Mars Division. Initially, some 5.000 units will be shipped to the Delta Force.
Technically, the Mossberg M1K4 is a gas operated, smoothbore, magazine fed semi-auto shotgun. Barrel locking is achieved by rotating bolt with two lugs. The M1K has dual gas cylinders, gas pistons and action rods for increased reliability, plus the handiness of pump action cocking and clearing of rounds.
Low-power rounds, such as less-than-letal rubber slugs, may be cycled manually. Gun is field stripped without tools. The telescopic stock may be replaced by pistol grip without tools. Standard sights are ghost-ring rear and bead front. Weaver-style rail is installed at the top of the receiver. This rail may accept scopes, and most other accessories.
Gun is so designed that it can fire all available 12 gauge shotshells of different power without any adjustment.
Caliber: Super .551BMG (14x105mm)
Overall Length 1575mm
Barrel Length: 1200mm
Cyclic rate of fire: 650rpm
Feed: Dual feed, linkless
Effective Range: 2000meters/2200 yards
Browning M4200 machine gun is a development of the famous American company Browning Arms Company. It is intended to replace the venerable Rheinmetall RMG 50 RMG 50 heavy machine gun in certain vehicle applications, on armored vehicles and in helicopters, in manned or remotely operated turrets and mounts. It provides higher reliability,accuracy, and easier maintenance, plus a greater tactical flexibility. Development of the Browning M4200 machine gun commenced in 4207 and is still in mass production.
Like it's predecessor, the Rheinmetall RMG 50 machine gun, the Browning M2200 is an electrically operated, externally powered weapon. It uses internal electric motor which operates bolt group via gearbox-driven crank. The major differences in the ammunition. Advances in chemicals and metallurgy allow the M4200 a significant increase in power with the adoption of caseless ammunition for the .551 BMG. The .551BMG is a caseless round and has a 65 gram(1003 grain) bullet that travels at 1150 m/s (3773fps). An energy improvement of over 100% on the .50BMG and 50% on the .50 Super that became the new standard with the adoption of the RMG 50.
GL1 Type 1
Weight:1.3 kg/2.86 pounds, unloaded
Overall Length: 400mm/15.75 inches
Effective Range: up to 400 meters/436yards against point targets, up to 650 meters/711yards against area targets
The GL1 is a four-shot, breech-loading weapon with rifled barrel. The loading is achieved by sliding the tritanium barrel forward, then inserting the bloc of ammunition into the breech and sliding the loaded barrel back into the battery. The self-cocking firing unit with its own trigger is located at the rear of the GL1 receiver, also made from tritanium alloy. The manual safety in the form of the swinging flap is located inside the trigger guard, just ahead of the trigger. The rear part of the barrel is covered with polymer hand-grip. The standard Gl1 easily installs on the PAR-41 type rifle, and installation requires about 3 minutes of work and a standard screwdriver for clamping screws. If necessary, GL1 can be mounted on a separate shoulder-stock, used as a stand-alone weapon. Standard sights for GL1 are of ladder type, and graduated from 50 to 300 meters in 50m increments. The optional quadrant sight can be installed on the left side of the PAR-41 carrying handle, allowing aiming at the ranges of up to 600 meters.
Type Gas operated, semi-auto
Caliber; 25x75mm grenades)
Overall length: 1100mm
Weight 6 kg/13.2 pounds unloaded
Magazine capacity 16 round, 4 tube underbarrel magazine
Effective Range: up to 700 meters/ 766 yards against point targets, up to 1000 m1094/yards against area targets
As the GL2 is a stand-alone weapon, its operator (grenadier) will have to carry an additional personal defense weapon, such as pistol or a carbine. It is a semi-automatic launcher with four tube magzines under the barrel.
The 25mm ammunition options are, FAE/thermobaric, HEAB (High Explosive Air Burst) and HEAT (armor piercing, with penetration up to 150mm/6inch of RHA) point-detonating warheads for anti-personnel and anti-vehicle use, as well as canister flechette rounds(loaded with multiple steel darts for close combat). Training and less-lethal ammunition also is planned for the GL2.
Assisted Recoilless Rifle/Mortar
Year of first manufacture: 2247
Action: ECT assissted Rocket driven
Overall Length:1219 mm/ 48 inches
Weight:8.5kg /18.7 pounds
Sustainable Rate of Fire : 6 rounds a minute ( single load
Sights: 1.5-6x variable with backup iron sights.
Launcher life: 300 rounds
Effective range. Direct fire 1200 meters, indirect fire, 3600 meters
The Rec-Mor M300 has been a mainstay of the DF troops. Replacing the aging mortar tubes in current use, the M300 is a true workhorse. Advanced technology allowed the M300 to fire a variety of armaments in the direct and indirect fire role. Direct fire rockets allow the M300 to engage armored vehicles out to 1200 meters. Set up as the mortar, the rounds can engage target out to 3.6km or 3937 yards.
Ammunition types include HEAT, FAE/HEAB, Sabot, and Fragmentation. A special case if the photon mortar version. It cannot be fired as a direct fire weapon as the blast radius is too great. Carrying the equivalent of .1 KT of TNT, it has a minimum firing distance of 1400 meters. Fireball blast at 100 meters, air blast out to 200 meters, and minor radiation burns out to 400 meters.