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Fan Weapons Armory: First Floor

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Today I'm here to talk about fan-made guns and how they can advance your RP. I'll give a rundown of what it does, how you should use it, who would use it, etc, etc. List your own in the comments. Post starts...now!

PLEASE NOTE ALL WEAPONS LISTED HERE ARE THE PRODUCT OF THE AUTHOR AND NOT TO BE TAKEN AS APPROVED CANON. IT IS RECCOMENDED YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE FACTS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU WANT.

M7 VARIANTS

  • M7K
  • M7SK
  • M7L
  • M7SL
  • M7C
  • M7A

M7K:

This is the CQB version of the M7. It replaces the stock with a sling port and increases the fire rate of the weapon from 900 to 1050 rounds per minute. It was also up-calibered for the 9x39mm round. It can also use 9x19mm and .45 ACP rounds as well as the standard 5x23mm. This should be used in RPs after 2519, when the UNSC finally got the gun after the trials in 2515. It has a cost of cR. 1280.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 60 rounds(9x39mm), 82(5x23mm), 69 rounds(9x19mm), 52 rounds(.45 ACP)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 427 m/s(5x23mm), 130 m/s(9x39mm), 183 m/s(9x19mm), 162 m/s(.45 ACP)
  • Length: 39.4 cm
  • Attachment points: 3(Barrel threaded for flash hider and suppressor, top-mounted rail for sights, Rear-mounted sling adapter port)
  • Fire rate: 1050 RPM(9x39mm), 1130 RPM(5x23mm), 1000 RPM(9x19mm), 1100 RPM(.45 ACP)

USED FOR:

  • CQB
  • Sidearm

USED BY:

UNSC(Any branch)

Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

M7SK:

This is the internally suppressed version of the M7K. It was designed for ONI teams who needed a quiet weapon that was easy to handle in CQB, but now ODSTs and Army Rangers use it. It costs cR. 1590 and cannot be used by anyone currently not in the UNSC.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 60 rounds(9x39mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 130 m/s(9x39mm)
  • Length: 42.7 cm
  • Attachment points: 2(Top-mounted rail for sights, Rear-mounted sling adapter port)
  • Fire rate: 1000 RPM(9x39mm)

USED FOR:

  • CQB
  • Stealth operations
  • Target elimination at close range

USED BY:

  • ODSTs
  • Rangers
  • SPARTAN-IVs

M7L

The M7L is an M7 with an extended barrel for more accuracy and more muzzle velocity. It was designed in response to requests for a more effective weapon against energy shields, and a more powerful weapon. It is chambered in 5x23mm and .40 Smith and Wesson.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 60 rounds(5x23mm), 30 rounds(.40 S&W)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 530 m/s(5x23mm), 519 m/s(.40 S&W)
  • Length: 53.4 cm(Stock retracted), 68.7 cm(Stock extended)
  • Attachment points: 2(Barrel threaded for suppressor, top-mounted rail for optics)
  • Fire rate: 600 RPM(5x23mm), 650 RPM(.40 S&W)

USED FOR:

  • Mid-Long Range target elimination
  • Mid-Long Range engagements against shielded adverseries

USED BY:

  • UNSC
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

M7SL

The M7SL is a version of the M7L made for ONI operatives who need to eliminate a target at long range without being seen. It was developed post-war to eliminate Insurrectionist leaders. It is chambered for the .454 Casull and .44 Magnum cartridges. Its grip is modified to allow a spring-loaded collapsible bipod extend from the grip.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 49 rounds(.454 Casull, .44 Magnum)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 490 m/s(.454 Casull), 404 m/s(.44 Magnum)
  • Length: 72 cm
  • Attachment points: 2(Top-mounted rail for optics, side-mounted rail for laser sights)
  • Fire rate: 530 RPM(.454 Casull, .44 Magnum)

USED FOR:

  • Long Range target elimination

USED BY:

  • ONI and ODST snipers
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

M7C

The M7C is a weapon based off the M7SK platform, but adapted to take 25-round conventional magazines and chambered for the 6x29mm round, downsized to the size of a machine pistol and can be equipped with a a CQB 4-inch fixed stock. It is a single-fire carbine and is used exclusively by Delta-6 operators, specifically Team Excalibur.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 25 rounds(6x29mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 478 m/s(6x29mm)
  • Length: 45.2 cm
  • Attachment points: 4(Top-mounted rail, Underbarrel rail, barrel threaded for suppressor, stock attachment point)
  • Fire rate: 600 RPM(Single-fire)

USED FOR:

  • Assaulting fortified positions

USED BY:

  • Delta-Six

M7A

The M7A is the updated version of the M7 used post-war. It has had some changes made to it, such as including a built-in sight and loading from the top instead of the size, and usinga magnum version of the standard 5x23mm round.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 60 rounds(5x23mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 504 m/s(5x23mm)
  • Length: 
  • (extended): 62.7 cm (24.68 in.)
  • (retracted): 47.4 cm (18.66 in.)
  • Attachment points: 1(Barrel threaded for supressor)
  • Fire rate: 950 RPM

USED FOR:

  • Hostage rescuse
  • DIrect combat

USED BY:

  • UNSC
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

MA5 VARIANTS:

  • MA5E
  • MA5G
  • MA5A
  • MA37K
  • MA5H

MA5E

The MA5E is another iteration of the MA5 line of rifles used by the UNSC since the 2400s. It was developed after the Requiem campaigns to be more effective against Prometheans.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 32 rounds(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 843 m/s(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Length: 100 cm
  • Attachment points: 1(Barrel threaded for suppressor)
  • FIre rate: 610 RPM(7.62x51mm NATO)

USED FOR:

  • Close-Mid Range combat

USED BY:

  • UNSC
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

MA5G

The MA5G is a variant of the MA5B equipped wih a grenade launcher and an updated multi-color ammunition counter. It was made available experimentally to certain units in 2552, and was meant to be used as a machine gun/grenade launcher pair.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 60 rounds(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 819 m/s(7.62x51mm NATO), 76 m/s(40x46mm launcher)
  • Length: 98.1 cm
  • Attachment points: 1(Barrel threaded for suppressor)
  • Fire rate: 1200 RPM(7.62x51mm NATO)

USED FOR:

  • Suppressive fire
  • Demolitions

USED BY:

  • UNSC
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)
  • Some Insurrection groups

MA5A

The MA5A is the second iteration of the MA5 series. It features a smart-linked scope mounted on a rail, with the ammunition counter moved to the scope's base. It has a 40-round magazine and was issued in 2431. It left service in 2455, although some insurrectionist groups and Colonial militias use them for service weapons. It was chambered for 5.56x45mm, as well as 7.62x51mm.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 40 rounds(5.56x45mm NATO), 34 rounds(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 790 m/s(7.62x51mm NATO), 704 m/s(5.56x45mm NATO)
  • Length: 92.8 cm
  • Attachment points: 0
  • Fire rate: 1270 RPM(5.56x45mm NATO), 830 RPM(7.62x51mm NATO)

USED FOR:

  • Direct Combat
  • Suppressive fire

USED BY:

  • Low-level mercenaries
  • Badly funded Insurrectionist movements

MA37K

The MA37K is the UNSC Army's version of the MA5K intended to replace the M7 they had in service. It never happened; it was not an effective solution.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 35 rounds(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 603 m/s(7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Length: 73.5 cm
  • Attachment points: 1(Barrel threaded for suppressor)
  • Fire rate: 1095 RPM(7.62x51mm NATO)

USED FOR:

  • CQB

USED BY:

  • Low-budget military organizations

MA5H

The MA5H is a MA5-based Light Machine Gun chambered for 6.8mmm SPC.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 120 rounds(6.8mm SPC)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 760 m/s
  • Length: 105 cm
  • Attachment points: 0
  • Fire rate: 1200 RPM(6.8mm SPC)

USED FOR:

  • Suppressive Fire
  • Mid-Range Assault

USED BY:

  • UNSC(2531-2570)
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)

BR55 VARIANTS

  • BR54A1 SR
  • BR55SD
  • BR55L
  • BR55K

BR54A1 SR

Commisoned in 2454, the BR54A1, commonly called the "clucker", was a minor update to the almost unusable BR54.  This weapon was reliable and sturdy, but rather unspectacular.  It featured a much lighter trigger than the BR54, as well as a working digital rangefinder for the scope.  It was, however, prone to jamming akin of its predecessor and the scope's HUD calculations were, at best, unreliable.  It's main feature was being cambered in the powerful .204 Ruger.  The sheer power of the cartidge limited the weapon to semi-auto, but the light trigger compensated for this.  The length of the barrel combined with the sound of the cartridge ceated a noise not unlike that of a chicken, earning its nickname.  It was discontinued in favor of the BR55, when the combined cost of the cartridge and the untrustworthy scope became far too expensive.   

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 30 rounds(.204 Ruger)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,104 m/s(.204 Ruger) 
  • Length: 100.4 cm
  • Attachment points: 3 (Two side mounted rails for tactical lights and laser-aiming modules, top-mounted rail for optics)
  • Fire rate: 199 RPM(.204 Ruger)

USED FOR:

  • Long Range target elimination
  • Long Range suppresive fire support

USED BY:

  • UNSC (2454-2510)
  • Low-level mercenaries
  • Badly funded Insurrectionist movements
  • Kig-Yar Pirates (In some occasions)

BR55SD

The BR55SD is a sound-suppressed version of the BR55 made for the UNSCN SEAL(Sea, Evacuated, Air, Land) teams. It is now in widespread use with all brances equipped with special-operations teams.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 36 rounds(9.5x40mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 706 m/s(9.5x40mm)
  • Length: 105.2 cm
  • Attachment points: 1(Top-mounted rail for optics)
  • Fire rate: 432 RPM(9.5x40mm)

USED FOR:

  • Target elimination at Mid-Long Range

USED BY:

  • UNSC(2521 onwards)
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)
  • High-budget mercenaries

BR55L

The BR55L is an extended-barrel version of the BR55. It was designed to be more effective against energy shielding, and can be effective out to 1300 meters.

STATS

  • Magazine size: 30(9.5x40mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 812 m/s(9.5x40mm)
  • Length: 112.7 cm
  • Attachment points: 2(Top-mounted rail for optics, Threaded barrel)
  • Fire rate: 870 RPM(9.5x40mm)

USED FOR:

  • Long-Range target elimination

USED BY:

  • UNSC(2521 onwards)
  • Private Military Companies with suitable budgets(cR. 100K annual)
  • High-budget mercenaries
  • Some Insurrection movements

BR55K

The BR55K is a close-quarters combat version of the standard BR55. It was made in 2540, due to requests from the UNSC Army's Special Forces Operational Detatchment Delta for a high-powered CQ rifle. This was the result.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 45 rounds(9.5x40mm)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 630 m/s
  • Length: 88.6 cm
  • Attachment points: 0
  • Fire rate: 1200 RPM(9.5x40mm)

USED FOR:

  • Breaching
  • CQB
  • Tactical Assault Fire Support

USED BY:

  • UNSC(2541 onwards)
  • Some Private Military Companies

M6 VARIANTS

  • M6K/MP
  • M6L
  • Mk. 23 Mod 12
  • Mk. 19 Mod 2
  • ATLAS 45

M6K/MP

The M6K/MP is the Military Police version of the M6K. It comes in .38 Special, .44 Magnum, and .357 Magnum as well as the standard M225 round.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 6 rounds(M225), 7 rounds(.44 Magnum), 9 rounds(.357 Magnum/.38 Special)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 613 m/s(.38 Special), 642 m/s(.357 Magnum), 691 m/s(.44 Magnum), 721 m/s(M225)
  • Length: 17.8 cm
  • Attachment points: 1(Threaded barrel)
  • Fire rate: 470 RPM

USED FOR:

  • Close-Range combat
  • Breaching

USED BY:

  • UNSC Military Police

M6L

The M6L is an extended-barrel version of the M6C.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 12 rounds(M225)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 681 m/s(M225)
  • Length: 35.7 cm
  • Attachment points: 0
  • Fire rate: 426 RPM(M225)

USED FOR:

  • Close-Range combat
  • Target Elimination

USED BY:

  • Crystal Security Patrol
  • UNSC(2530-2548)

Mk. 23 Mod 12

The Mk. 23 Mod 12 is a weapon produced by Heckler & Koch as an alternative to the M6C/S. It is based off one of H&K's earlier weapons, the Mk. 23 Mod 0, and is chambered for the .45+P cartridge, a more powerful version of the .45 ACP cartridge. Its suppressor bleeds off a large amount of power, however, slowing the bullet down signifigantly. It lacks a smartscope, something not commonly found on M6 models.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 12 rounds(.45+P)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 260 m/s(.45+P supressed), 619 m/s(.45+P unsupressed)
  • Length: 24.5 cm(unsupressed), 42.1 cm(supressed)
  • Attachment points: 2(Threaded barrel for supressor, underbarrel rail for Laser Aiming Module(LAM)
  • Fire rate: 514 RPM(.45+p)

USED FOR:

  • Target elimination at Close-Mid range
  • Personal Defense

USED BY:

  • NAVSPECWAR(2533 onwards)

Mk. 19 Mod 2

The Mk. 19 Mod 2 is a version of the M6D designed for NAVSPECWAR operators. The Spartan DAB-101 uses this weapon often due to it's quietness and power.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 12 rounds(M225)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 701 m/s
  • Length: 26.5 cm
  • Attachment points: 0
  • Fire rate: 215 RPM(M225)

USED FOR:

  • Target elimination at Close-Mid range
  • Personal Defense

USED BY:

  • NAVSPECWAR(2523 onwards)

ATLAS 45

The ATLAS 45 is a weapon used by ATLAS suit operators. It is chambered for the .45 ACP round and has its magazine well located in the front of the handguard, instead of in the grip. This is unusual for most pistols.

STATS:

  • Magazine size: 10 or 15 rounds(.45 ACP)
  • Muzzle Velocity: 672 m/s(.45 ACP)
  • Length: 28.7 cm
  • Attachment points: 3(Top-mounted rail for sights, underbarrel rail for LAM/light, Threaded barrel for suppressor)
  • Fire rate: 530 RPM(.45 ACP)

USED FOR:

  • Close-Quarters Battle
  • High-power sidearm

USED BY:

  • UNSC ATLAS Exo Operators
  • UNSCDF
  • Most Private Military Companies

SRS99 VARIANTS

  • XRS99A
  • SRS99C S6 AM
  • SRS53B S3 AM

(POST UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

Credit to Sean4333 for the BR54A1. It was a well-planned gun and I hope it helps with your RPs.

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