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TR-90c

 

Caliber: 7.62x51mm Confederate

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length: 905 - 985 mm with 406 mm barrel

Barrel length: 406 mm / 16"

Weight: 4.96 kg

Rate of fire: 600 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 30, 50 or 100 rounds

 

The TR-90c rifle is a gas operated, selective fired weapon using the modular design of it's predecessor. It uses short-stroke gas piston located above the barrel, that operates the 7-lug rotating bolt. Barrels are cold hammer forged, and could be replaced by end user in several minutes using simple tools. Accurized barrels provide 1 MOA accuracy (with proper ammunition). Receiver is made from high grade aluminum alloy and consists of two parts, connected by two cross-pins. Combination-type safety / fire selector allows for single shots and full automatic mode. TR-90c retains all TR-86-style controls, including last round bolt hold-open device, bolt closure device, rear-based charging handle and magazine release button on the right side of the magazine well. TR-90c is fitted with four Picatinny rails on free-float handguard as standard, and will accept any type of sighting devices on STANAG-1913 compliant mounts. It also can accept modified AG36/AG-C 40mm grenade launchers, which is clamped directly to a bottom rail. Buttstock is of modified M4 design, multi-position telescoped.

 

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Basic modualtion of the TR-90c

 

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TR-90c with supressor, telescopic sight, foregrip, laser sight, and extending buttstock

 

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Standard kit for Confederate infantry

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TA-92 PARA

 

Caliber: 5.56x48mm Confederate

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length: 660mm

Weight: 3.91 kg

Rate of fire: 450 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 25 rounds

 

Modified version of the TR-90c, designed for use by paratroopers. Made almost entirely of hardened polymers, the TA-92 sacrifices stability for the ease of its lighter wieghtload and smaller size. It carries four Pictanny rails and is supressor compatible. The TA-92 does not use the modualr design of the TR-90c.

 

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Unmodified TA-92

 

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Paratrooper's standard kit: 5x telescopic sight, foregrip, detatchable supressor, and laser foresight.

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SR4

 

Caliber: .408 Chey-tac Heavy round

Operation: semi-automatic gas-operation

Weight: 4.08kg empty without telescope

Length: 1662mm

Barrel: 660mm. (other lenghts available)

Feed: 5-Round internal magazine

Sights: variable telescopic

Max Effective Range: 800 meters

Expected Accuracy: Less than 1 MOA

 

The SR4 is gas-operated semi-automatic rifle. It utilizes short-stroke gas piston, located below the barrel. Locking is achieved by rotary bolt with three radial locking lugs. Rifle is of modular design, with compact upper receiver made of stainless steel and lower receiver made of lightweight alloy. Rifle can be disassembled without any special tools in about 60 seconds; after basic disassembly, user can replace upper receiver / barrel assembly and bolt to change caliber as necessary. Heavy profile match-grade barrels are fluted and fitted with titanium muzzle brakes. Two part stock is made from laminated wood and is available in a variety of finishes. Removable trigger unit has adjustable trigger pull and is fitted with conveniently located ambidextrous safety. Sighting equipment is installed using integral Picatinny rail on the upper receiver; no iron sights are provided by default. Front part of the forend is provided with the mounting point for a detachable folding bipod.

 

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Confederate policeman posing with the SR4

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PS-90G

 

Caliber: 5.7x28mm SS190

Weight: 2.54 kg empty; 3 kg loaded with magazine with 50 rounds

Length: 500 mm

Barrel length: 263 mm

Rate of fire: 900 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 50 rounds

Effective range: 200 meters

 

Damage Inc. bought the license to produce the P-90 for five years from Fabrique Nationale of Belgium. The FN P90 submachine gun was developed in the late 1980s as a personal defense weapon for the troops whose primary activities does not include small arms, such as vehicle and tank crew members, artillery crews etc. Standard pistols and submachine guns chambered for pistol rounds were proved ineffective against enemy soldiers, wearing body armor. Redesignated by the Confederate military as the PS-90, small changes to the P-90 to make it more adaptable for soldiers in the field, such as an extendable buttstock.

 

A silencer was developed by Damage Inc. specifically for the PS-90G, which lowers the decibility of the PS-90G to one-tenth of a decible, so quite that the sound of a cartridge being ejected is audible.

 

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PS-90G

 

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PS-90G with NightCrawler Mk.II supressor attached

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MP5K-SD5

 

Caliber: 9x19mm Luger/Para

Weight: 2 kg without magazine

Length: 325 mm

Barrel length: 115 mm

Rate of fire: 900 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 15 or 30 rounds

Effective range: about 25 meters

 

Damage Inc. purchased a license to manufacture the MP5K for five years from the German Arms Corporation H&K. Technically, the MP-5K is no more than a shortened HK MP-5 submachine gun, with no stock and with vertical front grip instead of the more conventional forend. MP-5K uses the similar stamped steel receiver and the same plastic detachable trigger units, available for standard MP-5. It also uses the same magazines. The sights on the MP-5K can be of the same pattern as on the MP-5 (hooded post front, drum adjustable diopter rear), or the low-profile non-adjustable fixed sights. The MP-5K PDW differs from the MP-5K by having a plastic side-folding stock (designed and made in the USA by the Choate Machine & Tool Co under the HK USA contract). The other visible difference is the three-lugged barrel, that can accept any silencers, compatible with the standard MP-5. All models of the MP-5K can be fitted with various laser sights and other accessories.

 

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MP5K-SD5 with optional supressor

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P191e

 

Action: Single

Caliber: .45 ACP

Capacity: 7 Rounds

Barrel Length: 125 mm

Weight: 1080 g

Overall Length: 216 mm

 

The P191e is a recoil operated, locked breech semi-auto pistol. It has single action trigger with frame mounted safety that locks the hammer and the slide. Hammer could be locked either in cocked or in lowered position, allowing the gun to be carried in "cocked and locked" state, with safety on, hammer cocked and round chambered. Additional automated safety incorporated into rear of the grip and locks the action when gun not held in the hand properly.

Barrel and slide are interlocked via massive lugs onthe upper part of the barrel, just ahead of the chamber. After the shot is fired, the barrel and the slide go back for the short distance, then rear part of the barrel is lovered by tilting link, and barrel unlocks the slide. The slide goes all the way back, extracting and ejecting spent case and chambering the new round on the way back. When magazine is empty, the magazine follower activates slide stop that locks the slide in the open (rear) position. The gun is fed from the single stack, seven round magazine. The magazine release button is located on the left side of the frame, just behind the triggerguard.

 

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P191e with optional supressor

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M770

 

Type: manually operated, straight pull bolt action

Gauge: 12

Length: 610 mm (with stock collapsed)

Weight 1.9 kg as a standalone weapon

Capacity: 7 rounds in detachable box magazine

 

M770 is a modular, manually operated, straight pull bolt action shotgun. The barrel is locked using the rotating bolt, the bolt handle could be mounted on either side of the bolt for ambidextrous handling. M770 is fed using detachable box magazines which hold five rounds of 12 gauge ammo. Short barrels are fitted with special muzzle devices. The M770 is equipped with detachable pistol grip and M4-style collapsible buttstock, and small handguards around the barrel. integral Picatinny rail on the top of the M770 receiver can then be used to mount various sighting equipment

 

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M770 shown with box and drum clips

 

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M770 with pistol grip and desert camoflauge; shown with Remington 700 for size comparison

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Type 98

 

Length: 9.53

Width: 3.78 meters

Height: 2.225 meters

Clearance: 0.47 meters

Weight : 56 metric tons

Crew: 3

Max Road Speed: 85 km/h

Max cross-country: Speed 55 km/h

Range 550 - 650 km

Trench width: 2.8 m

Vertical obstacle: 0.8 m

Maximum gradient: 30?

Main Weapon: 125mm smoothbore

Rate of fire: 8-10 rounds/min

Machine Guns Coaxial: 7.62mm (2000 rounds)

 

The Type 98 is the third generation of heavy battle tanks in the Confederate military. The Type 98 utilizes thermo-optics and 'night-light' sensors in coordination with the AAICS computerized firing systems to locate and destroy enemy armor and static defenses from greater distances . It's dual reciprocating turbine engine, unique to Damage Inc. vehicles, allows the Type 98 to put over 3000 horse power into the drive train while conserving energy and recharging its battery arrays while decelerating or not moving. The Type 98 also uses an auto loading arm, programmable by the gunner, allowing for an increased rate of fire.

 

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Type 101

 

Crew: 4

Armament:

One 125mm rifled gun; or 120mm gun

one 7.62mm co-axial machine-gun;

one 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine-gun;

12 smoke discharges (six on each turret)

 

Armour: Composite

Length: 7.48m

Width: 3.60m

Height: 2.25m

Weight: 53.2 tons K1A1

Road speed: 65km/h)

range: 500km

vertical obstacle: 1.0m

trench: 2.74m

gradient: 60?

 

Type 101 rolls across the ground on hard rubber tracks at 40 miles per hour. Its crew sits inside a four-inch thick aluminum alloy shell. It can carry forty-six 145 mm shells that scream out of the canon to a range of 30 kilometers. The laser sighting system guarantees the highest level of accuracy in any conditions. This "hunt to kill" targeting system can even account for wind velocity. The targeting system is proven to be perfect between 400 and 8,000 meters.

 

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KR-30 Pathfinder

 

Fuselage Length: 13.5 m

Rotor Diameter: 14.5 m

Height: 5.4 m

Maximum Takeoff: 7,500 kg

Speed: 350km/h

Ceiling: 4000m

Combat Radius: 250km

 

Armament:

8 Pinhead Anti-Tank Missles

2 Anti-Personel Rocket Pods (46 rockets each)

1 20mm Minigun

 

The KR-30 is powered by two turboshaft engines with high-mounted exhausts on either side of the rotor shaft. The Pathfinder has a four-blade main rotor and four-blade tail rotor. The crew sits in tandem, with the pilot sitting behind and above the copilot-gunner in an armored crew compartment. The crew compartment and fuel tanks are armored against 23 mm gunfire. The main rotor blade is designed to remain intact after sustaining hits by 23 mm rounds.

 

The helicopter is armed with a 20mm Minigun that can be slaved to the gunner's helmet-mounted gunsight, fixed to a locked forward firing position, or controlled via the TADS (Target Acquisition and Designation System). The KR-30 carries a range of external stores on its stub-wing pylons. In case of emergency the pylons also have mounting points for personnel transfer.

 

The KR-30 is designed to endure front-line environments and to operate during the day or night and in adverse weather using avionics and electronics, such as the Target Acquisition and Designation System, Pilot Night Vision System (TADS/PNVS), passive infrared countermeasures, Global Positioning System (GPS), and the Integrated Helmet And Display Sight System.

 

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M34

 

Crew: 3

Transport Capacity: 8

Length: 21'2"

Width: 10'6"

Height: 9'9"

Weight: 50,000 lbs

Road Speed: 45 mph

Range: 300 miles

 

 

Armament:

25mm cannon

7.62 mm coaxially mounted machine gun

TOW missile launcher with twin tubes

 

The M34's main armament is the 25mm "Bushmaster" Chain Gun. The Bushmaster has a single barrel with an integrated dual-feed mechanism and remote ammunition selection. Either armor piercing (AP) or high explosive (HE) ammunition may be selected with the flick of a switch. The Gunner may select from single or multiple shot modes. The standard rate of fire is 200 rounds per minute, and has a range of 2,000 meters (depending on the ammunition used). A wide range of ammunition has been developed for this weapon, making it capable of defeating the majority of armored vehicles it is likely to encounter, up to and including some main battle tanks.

 

When facing heavier enemy armor the M34 relies on the TOW Anti-Tank Missile. Launched from a smooth tube launcher, the missile?s wings and tail fins are folded inside its body until launch. Two of these missiles are carried ready to fire in a collapsible, armored launch rack on the left of the turret. The M34 must stop in order to fire these missiles, which are them reloaded by the Infantrymen in the back of the vehicle, using a special hatch which provides armor protection during the reload operation. The missile is equipped with a massive shaped charge, high explosive warhead and is propelled by a two-stage solid propellant motor. The range of the TOW missile is nearly 4 kilometers and the missile will reach a speed of almost Mach 1 on its way to the target. This weapon is capable of destroying any armored vehicle in existence today and is deadly accurate.

 

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F-102

 

Function: Air superiority fighter

Propulsion: 2 F119-PW-100 engines

Thrust: 35,000 lbst

Length: 62.08 feet, 18.90 meters

Height: 16.67 feet, 5.08 meters

Wingspan: 44.5 feet, 13.56 meters

Wing Area: 840 square feet

Horizontal Tailspan: 29 feet, 8.84 meters

Armament:

Two AIM-11 Aircraft Intercepting Missiles

six Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM)

one 20mm Gatling gun

two 1,000-pound Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM)

 

 

The 'next-gen' fighter of the Confederation Air Forces. The F-102 incorporates some of the most modern and effective concepts and equiptment, such as;

 

Stealth : Greatly increases survivability and lethality by denying the enemy critical information required to successfully attack the F-102

 

Integrated Avionics: Allows F-102 pilots unprecedented awareness of enemy forces through the fusion of on- and off-board information

 

Supercruise: Enhances weapons effectiveness; allows rapid transit through the battlespace; reduces the enemy?s time to counter attack

 

The F-102's engine is expected to be the first to provide the ability to fly faster than the speed of sound for an extended period of time without the high fuel consumption characteristic of aircraft that use afterburners to achieve supersonic speeds. It is expected to provide high performance and high fuel efficiency at slower speeds as well.

 

For its primary air-to-air role, the F-102 will carry six AIM-120C and two AIM-11 missiles. For its air-to-ground role, the F-102 can internally carry two 1,000 pound-class Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM), two AMRAAM, and two AIM-11 missiles. With the Global Positioning System-guided JDAM, the F-102 will have an adverse weather capability to supplement the F-187 for air-to-ground missions after achieving air dominance.

 

The F-102's combat configuration is "clean", that is, with all armament carried internally and with no external stores. This is an important factor in the F-102's stealth characteristics, and it improves the fighter's aerodynamics by dramatically reducing drag, which, in turn, improves the F-102's range. The F-102 has four under wing hardpoints, each capable of carrying 5,000 pounds. A single pylon design, which features forward and aft sway braces, an aft pivot, electrical connections, and fuel and air connections, is used. Either a 600-gallon fuel tank or two missile launchers can be attached to the bottom of the pylon, depending on the mission.

 

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F-97

 

Function: Fighter/Bomber

Propulsion: 1 759-PN engine

Thrust: 26,980 lb (120 kN)

40,500 lb (180 kN) with afterburner

Length: 52.38 feet, 15.96 meters

Height: 17.33 feet, 5.28 meters

Wingspan: 34.46 feet, 10.50 meters

Wing Area: 551.1 square feet

Armament:

one 27-mm Mauser cannon

AIM-9 Sidewinder, AIM-120 AMRAAM, Apside, ASRAAM, IRIS-T, Meteor

Storm Shadow, ALARM, Brimstone, 500-kg GPU, 1,000-kg GPU, GBU-24 LGB, Paveway II/III/IV, BL755 cluster

Other ECM pods, reconnaissance pods

 

 

The F-97 is an agile, highly maneuverable, twin-engine strike fighter, designed primarily for air superiority and air supremacy missions, with secondary attack capability. The aircraft's ability to gain air superiority beyond visual range and in close combat, and at the same time deliver high sortie rates against air, naval and ground targets in all weathers with a variety of weapons, demands close attention to pilot workload. The pilot flies through use of a computerized flight control system, which links to both the onboard detection systems and to a satellite based battlefield link-up system.

 

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