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Jakosinné Arm Teoranta

Jakosinné TEO is the primary arms manufacturer of Gaellicia. Jakosinné has routes as far back as the 1400s as the name for an pre-industrial forge. The firm initially specialized in metal and steel work before slowly beginning the production of cannon in the mid 1700s. By the end of the 19th century the firm had been restructured into it's current iteration as a corporation specialized in armaments. Jakosinné produces small arms, artillery, and most famously naval guns.

Below is a directory of the Jakosinné Armament Company's product rosters.

  1. Small Arms
  2. Heavy Arms
  3. Terrestrial Gun Systems
  4. Naval Gun Systems
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Small Arms Catalogue

Pistol

Piostal 1911 Feabhas (P1911-F)

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Assault Rifle

PEMDAS

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Machine Gun

Trom Gunna Measín 1977 (TGM 77)

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The TGM 77 is a Europan spin on a weapon that is nearly ubiquitous in Argis, the PK. The TGM 77 design reduces the overall weight of the weapon, allows for the use of disintegrating ammunition belts, and adds a quick change barrel mechanism.

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Heavy Arms Catalogue 

  Info. Guns themselves.

Rotary Cannon

Brunna Ransa Teicneolaíocht 30mm Rotary Cannon (BRRT 30)

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The Brunna Ransa Teicnolaíocht (translating to fast cannon advanced technology) also known by the abbreviated named the BRRT 30, is a 7 barrel rotary cannon designed for use on aircraft and naval vessels. The BRRT 30 is hydraulically driven and has a rate of fire around 3,900 rounds per minute.

Auto Cannon

Century 21 40mm Automatic Cannon (C/21 40mm)

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The C/21 40mm is a multipurpose autocannon in production since 1965. It is an improved design of the C/20, itself a successor and replacement to the 1930s designed C/19. While the C/20 was designed as an dedicated anti aircraft gun, the C/21 is an evolution of the design to be suitable as a multi purpose gun.

Artillery Guns

155mm | JK155

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203mm | JK203

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203mm/L55

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203mm/L60

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Charles Wilkins, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

Large Arms

Warning: The following item is not recommended for purchase. The company is contractually obligated to list it for sale.

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The Large Arm II, also known as 'Dumb Dory', is the largest gun in the entire wurld. The gun is an enlargement of 1910s and 20s designed railway guns. The gun fires unique 100cm caliber shells. It was the brainchild of then Jakosinné company owner and designer Gerald Jakoby IV and built in 1933.

Large Arm II was built alongside a pair of slightly smaller large arms of 80cm caliber. Large Arm II was only lightly tested wherein it miraculously did not destroy its own mounting. The entire large arm line was sold to the Rhodellian military in 1935 where it saw unsatisfactory service.

Large Arm II destroyed its own mounting after only firing a few shells in service. The gun itself survived and ended up abandoned. Gerald Jakoby IV learned of the fate of the gun and voyaged to Rhodellia to examine the damage. After great personal expense he redesigned and reconstructed the gun's mounting. The Rhodellian military refused to return the gun to service leading to Jakoby IV trading 150 smaller artillery pieces for the gun. He insisted that Large Arm II be kept in controlled storage with constant maintenance. Upon his death Jakoby IV left a dedicated nonprofit with a large endowment to maintain the gun and 100 rounds of ammunition in perpetuity. The storage period for the gun and the maintenance obligations may only be terminated in the event of purchase of Large Arm II for use in combat.

The Jakosinné Arms Company absolutely recommends that customers do not purchase this gun. Transportation costs would be prohibitively expensive, there is no facility in the wurld capable of manufacturing additional ammunition, the amount of times the gun is capable of firing before the barrel needs to be relined are unknown, and there is no current way to mount and fire the gun. Nevertheless, if a client is willing to pay the full price, the company will sell it.

 

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Naval Gun System Catalogue

Close in Weapons Systems

Goalkeeper

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Goalkeeper is a naval Close In Weapons System designed in 1980 and put into service in 1985. Goalkeeper is intended to serve as the last line of defense for a ship in the face of missile and small craft attacks. The system has seen periodic updates since then to keep it competitive with advances in missile technology. A major upgrade to goalkeeper's radars, mounting, and software has been implemented to give the system the ability to easily handle modern anti ship missiles, fast attack craft, and high speed boats.

Goalkeeper comprises radar components built by Léfht Aerospáice, electronics from MacNamera Heavy Industries, and Jakosinné's own 30mm rotary cannon.

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