9mm Pistol (+2).The M9 is a lightweight, semiautomatic pistol
manufactured by Beretta. It can be fired in either double or single
action mode and can be unloaded without activating the trigger while
the safety is in the "on" position. The M9 pistol has a 15-round
magazine, and may be fired without a magazine inserted. It is the
standard field handgun for the United States armed services.
sniper rifle and rig +2 (x2 damage). The M40A1 is a heavy barrel,
bolt action, magazine fed 7.62mm rifle that is optimized for accuracy
with Match Grade ammunition. The rifle is equipped with a special 10
power Unertl sniper scope. With scope, the rifle weighs approximately
14.5 pounds. It is equipped with a built-in five round magazine. This
weapon is hand-made by specially trained and qualified personnel at the
Marine Corps Marksmanship Training Unit (MTU) in Quantico, Virginia.
5.56mm Automatic Rifle (+2, x2 damage, collateral). The M16A2
5.56mm rifle is a lightweight, air-cooled, gas-operated, magazine-fed,
shoulder- or hip-fired weapon designed for either automatic fire
(3-round bursts) or semiautomatic fire (single shot) through the use of
a selector lever.
Heckler and Koch 9mm Submachine Gun (+2, collateral). The MP5-N
fires from a closed and locked bolt in either the automatic or
semiautomatic modes. This gun is recoil operated and has a unique
delayed roller locked bolt system, a retractable butt stock, a
removable suppressor, and illuminating flashlight integral to the
forward handguard. This weapon is manufactured by Heckler and Koch and
is currently considered the main weapon in the close quarters battle
(CQB) environment, and is the chief weapon of the FBI's Hostage Rescue
Infrared Aiming Light or AN/PVS-4
Individual Weapon Night Sight. Portable, battery-operated
electro-optical instruments for observation and aimed-fire
weapons at night. (Provides a Situational Modifier of
1 or 2 when used with Ranged Combat in the following circumstances: 1.
at night, when the attacker is wearing night vision goggles or can see
into the infrared, AND 2. When the target is unaware of the attacker
(+1), OR 3. When the attacker is stationary (+1 more).)
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