NationStates Jolt Archive

To all small arms manufacturers (MT, slight PMT)

09-02-2006, 22:54
Nistolonia is interested in aquiring new weapons for its primarily infantry based army. To increase the amount of options available, Nistolonia would like to extend the invitation to build several types of small arms and grenade lauchers for the nistolonian military.

We require:

A armour piercing bullet capable of penetrating the latest bulletproof vests, which have been shown to stop 7.62 rounds.
A Rifle to deliver the ammunition. Preferable long ranged, able to be used as a close support weapon or a sharpshooter rifle. Modular design prefered.
A man portable anti-tank weapon, though preferably one that is not shoulder fired.
A heavy armour combat suit (Not required)
09-02-2006, 23:16
The Macabees
09-02-2006, 23:34
To: Nistolonia

Kriegzimmer would like to introduce some of its own quality weapons. Hopefully, they all fit was you're expecting, and if you're truly interested please make any purchases directed here (, which is also the rest of our catalogue. Nevertheless, here are the designs:

Hali-42 Assault Rifle
[This wonderful drawing was done by Mekugi.]

The Hali-42 is the next generation assault rifle designed for use in the Macabee army, destined to replace the long worn Hali-21, which has been the mainstay of Macabee forces for over a decade. The new rifle is the product of better understanding of rifle mechanics, as well as the developement of newer technologies that guarantee the superiority of the Hali-42 over older designs, although the project takes a wild turn away from previous design dogmatics, including a once determined stance on keeping the conventional rifle configuration, and the uses of caseless and cased ammunition. There has also been a very steep change in manufacturing technologies and rifle theoretics that have called for a change in the conentional 5.56mm NATO round to something radically different and lighter, although no less lethal, with even less recoil. The Hali-42 is within all meanings of the name, the epitome of Macabee rifle design, never known for its small arms ordnance.

The rifle uses a bullpup configuration, following the recent rise of bullpup rifles, but attempts to capitalize on the configuration to increase potential muzzle velocity, allowing for greater penetration. It also relies on caseless ammuntion, as opposed to cased ammunition, and Kriegzimmer has underscored this by converting manufacturing to mostly caseless ammunition, although it keeps the manufacturing of cased ammunition to be able to remain selling the Hali-21 and Hali-37 in the foreign market. There has also been a very new change in the propellant, and in general length ratios of the barrel to the rest of the rifle. The designated marksman rifle as includes very powerful scope technology.

Furthermore, unlike its predecessor, the Hali-21, the Hali-42 is an assault rifle in all aspects of the name. The Hali-21 was more accurately a battle rifle, using a 7.62mm round, which is one of many reasons why the change from Hali-21 to Hali-42 ultimately occured. The Hali-42 project also made the decision of ignoring international conventionals, and opted to use more lethal, but less 'civlized' round technology, including the use of the barbette. In the end, every little changed detail makes the Hali-42 amongst the more potentially lethal assault rifles in use around the world.

The Ejermacht has announced its decision to replace all existing Hali-21 rifles with the newer Hali-42, and it's expected that the international world will respond as well - mostly those that used the Hali-21 as their standard assault rifle design. This includes at least one million rifles for frontline use in the Ejermacht alone, not including stocks for reserves and replacement. The Hali-42 has the potential of being a very widely used assault rifle.

Operation and Recoil:
This particular assault rifle operates on delayed blowback, seen in action on the Heckler & Koch G3. This is to allow the rifle all the advantages of a blowback operation without limiting range or eventual muzzle velocity. Interestingly, the first prototype of the Hali-42 actually used an inertia operation on the rifle, but theoritically, the delayed blowback can be translated into a delayed inertia, offering all the recoil operations of an inertia weapon and giving it the power an effective assault rifle needs. A lot of inspiration to incorporate the delayed blowback, roller lock operation came from the Spanish CETME modelo 58 [now replaced], which's initial design was based off the model 45 Assault Rifle.

Further recoil is handled by the exceptionally small round in use [see below], a two round burst as opposed to a three round burst, and a muzzle break. Unfortunately, all these designs are counteracted by the fact that the rifle uses a magnum configuration, powering a 73 grain round with a large binary liquid propellant.

Frequent Rounds Operated:
.221 Aluminum Orchomenos
The new .221 bullet design is designed to keep the underestimated possiblities of the .221 Fireball, but to make it even lighter, allowing for an even greater achieved muzzle velocity. Total weight of the round is 73 grains. The rifle round has excellent aerodynamic properties at long ranges, mirroring that of the Fireball, which has already been suggested by many to replace standard NATO rifle rounds for the M-16 . In fact, throughout its history, the .221 Fireball has been underestimated by most. Fortunately, its cause has been understood by Kriegzimmer, and so an improved version was destined for use on the Hali-42. At the tip the round uses a series of barbettes, first used in the American Civil War, and it's designed to cause major damage within the impact zone, making the round harder to extract, and more damaging to the human body. Beyond that, the round also uses a delayed electrical spark fuze, allowing the round to puncture, then blow, causing the explosion to theoritically occur inside the victim's body, not on impact. Maximum muzzle velocity with the .221 Orchomenos has been caught at 1,070 meters per second.
[b].223 API Orchomenos
The .223 API Orchomenos is an armor piercing projectile designed to penetrate battle suits at high velocities. The round replaces the .221 Orchomenos when an enemy is known to use battle suits, but normally, the rifle uses the .221 version. This round also uses an internal barbette to maximize potential damage, with a delayed fuze.
.221 Binary Sarin Orchomenos Biological Round
In compliance with foreign needs, a variant of the .221 Orchomenos was designed to carry Sarin to make it even deadlier. Although not standard in Macabee forces, it is a round manufactured by Kriegzimmer. In order to increase shelf life the Sarin is composed and stocked in a binary method, making shelf life rather irrelevent. The round spins on terminal flight to produce the effects of Sarin. On impact the round will cause bleeding at several points on the subject, and permanent damange to the central nervous system, possibly killing them, but more likely to put them out of action indefinately. The Ejermacht has ruled out the use of Sarin rounds, but it is a popular export. Muzzle velocity, since the round is a tad heavier, is around 990 m/s.
Additional Information:
The Hali-42's barrel is fully modular, allowing it to be exchanged quite easily by camp forges in order to use other rounds. It can also be sold with a specialized muzzle to cope with the purchasing nation's round of choice, allowing the Hali-42 to be highly versatile and not dependent on the round in use by the Ejermacht. In other words, the barrel is interchangeable, although not on the field. The rest of the rifle is modular as well, making cheap replacement parts for the rifle easy, and making for a very simple cleaning operation.

Calibre: .221 Orchomenos [capable of using the .223, .224, .225 and .220]
Operation: Delayed Inertia/Blowback
Overall Length: 113cm
Barrel Length: 64cm
Bayonet Length: 33cm
Weight [Empty]: 4.4kg
Propellant: Preforated Chemical Binary Liquid Propellant
Magazine Capacity: 45 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 1,070 m/s
Rate of Fire: 750 rounds per minute
Semi-Automatic: Two round burst
Maximum Effective Range: 640 meters
Procurement Cost: 3,200 USD
Production Rights: 3.2 million USD

The Empire has never been a fan of battlesuits, but with the advent of New Empire's new M193 Orc Powered Battledress, and the already existant battle suits under the employment of Nanosoft and Greater Deustchland, it became largely imperative that the Empire also began its own research and design in the area. Consequently, around the year 2011 Jonach I placed two trillion Reichmarks into the research into a project dubbed Samson.

The end product was the BDU-64 , codenamed Samson after the project title. It incorporates some of the best technology yet developed by scientist around the world, making amongst one of the best battle suits in the field.

The Empire is expected to order enough for its mechanized infantry, although perhaps not for the standard infantry until far later. Production is expected to begin at five hundred thousand suits a month, and maximize at two million per month in about eight months, although said activity will require much money into the expansion of the current industry, although there is room for said expansion.

Regardless, the Samson is expected to have much success on the field of battle, for any country, and is a highly suggested piece of material for any importer of military hardware to consider.

The core of the armor relies on a new type of armor called Dragon Skin [SOV-2000], developed by Pinnacle Armor. The SOV-2000 will defeat a 7.62 x 39mm round travelling at up to two thousand seven hundred feet per second. Moreover, it is the only armor only with level III ballistic charactiristics that is flexible enough to wrap around the whole torso area that "move when you move". No more restricted movements when rappelling, fast roping, diving, entry work, sky diving or other rigorous activities. The concept is very similar to that of the suit of armor on a knight - although protective, it did not really restrict movement or speed. The thickness of the layer of Dragon Skin varies from .796" to .858" from place to place. It is also quite light, being one of the lightest body armor in existance.

The armor also includes a layering of liquid body armor, which has been proven to block stabs, as well as shrapnel and low intensity bullets. The liquid body armor would be applied to reinforce the strength of the Dragon Skin, as well as be used in locations not covered by the Dragon Skin because the suit needs to stay flexible. It works through hard particles suspended in a liquid, or polyethylene glycol. At low strain rates, the particles flow with the fluid, enabling clothing to stay flexible. But when heavily strained, the particles become rigid. The transition happens very quickly, a millisecond or quicker.

The battlesuit also uses the concept of an exo-skeleton, although not the range of other battlesuits. The exoskeleton reverted to has been that sold throughout Japan for civilian use. It's designed to be able to allow the human body to do much more than it could do, such as carry heavier loads and weapons - in effect, the battle suit.

Finally, there is an overarching attempt to provide adaptive camouflage. The basic overall function of an adaptive camouflage system would be to project, on the near side of an object, the scene from the far side of the object. A typical adaptive camouflage system would likely include a network of flexible electronic flat-panel display units arrayed in the form of a blanket that would cover all observable surfaces of an object that one seeks to cloak. Each display panel would contain an active-pixel sensor (APS) [or possibly another advanced image sensor] that would look outward from the panel through an aperture that would occupy only a small fraction of the area of the panel.

The blanket would also contain a wiring harness that would include a cross-connected fiber-optic network, through which the image from each APS would be transferred to a complementary display panel on the opposite side of the cloaked object.

The positions and orientations of all the image sensors would be slaved to the position and orientation of one image sensor that would be designated a master imager. The orientations would be determined by a levelling instrument sensed by the master imager. A central controller connected to an external light meter would automatically adjust the brightness levels of all the display panels to make them conform to the to ambient lighting conditions.

The underside of the cloaked object would be illuminated artificially so that the display from the top of the cloaked object would show the ground as though in ambient light; if this were not done, then an obvious shadow-induced discontinuity would be seen by an observer looking down from above.

The display panels could be sized and configured so that a common inventory of such panels could be used to cloak a variety of objects, without need to modify the objects. Sizes and weights of representative adaptive camouflage systems and subsystems have been estimated: The volume of a typical image sensor would be less than about 1 in.3 ( 16 cm3).

The Samson is powered through a motor generator running through two hydrogen fuel cell stacks, weighing just about fifteen pounds. The fuel stacks are wired throughout the suit using ultra light weight ceramic super conductors, providing the suit with a zero percent energy transfer loss in heat and friction, making the power one hundred percent effective.

The suit is expected to have a life of twenty-four hours before the fuel stacks have to be refueled. This comes through the effectiveness of power distribution and the fact that not much power is needed for each operation, especially since soldiers do not always need to use combat operation battle suits.

In order to refuel the combatsuit it has to be fully disengaged from the body of the soldier.

For basic manuevering operations the Samson uses a central computing system in the armored pack, provided on the soldier's back. It's adress bus and CPU provide the orders, much like the brain of a human, for the movement of the battledress. Furthermore, neural inserts allow the human brain and the computer to 'intertwine', which means that the suit is commanded by the human brain.

The helmet includes a HUD system, which provides the user with targetting information, including wind velocity and such, making shots much more accurate and much faster. Moreover, it also decreases from friendly fire as the battle suit incorporates the IFF technology. A small transponder on the inside part of the right leg of the soldier provides a signal from suit to suit, which is changed every day for security purposes, and in that method a soldier can tell friendly from foe in a matter of microseconds.

The central CPU also commands, although not through the human brain, a liquid nitrogen injector to cool the suit at all times. In case the injectors fail at any time there are ten small fans distributed around the suit to provide for emergency cooling, giving the soldier the time to turn off the suit, disengage from it, and turn it in for maintenance.

[NBC Protection]
Nuclear/Biologica/Chemical protection comes in the form of the face mask, which provides general and simple NBC protection measures, as well as overpressure charactiristics within the battlesuit. Moreover, there is individual cooling using air-cooled overalls or vests, underneath the battle suit. The air-conditioners are designed to provide optimal cooling performance in worldwide operational conditions in accordance with NATO STANAG 2895 requirements.

50,000 USD

And finally:

[b]Panzerfaust X-9/Tagus Anti-Tank Missile

The Tagus Anti-Tank Missile, also known as the Panzerfaust X-9 to Riptide Monzarc, was a joint creation for the purpose of the defense of infantry columns in wartime exercises. Although the Golden Empire already fielded the multi-purpose Ebro anti-tank missile it was decided that it was much too flawed for continued use, consequently the Tagus was researched and developed. The Tagus is equipped with an imaging infrared system (I2R), and is a fire and forget missile. It’s also designed with a “soft launch” for use within buildings, and it protects the crew from the enemy’s line of sight. The Tagus is a top attack missile, where armor normally has its major weak point.

The central part of the Tagus is its Command Launch Unit (CLU) with a trigger mechanism, and a day/night surveillance mechanism, as well as target acquisition programming. The Tagus, during nighttime operation, has night vision sight (NVS) giving it a range of some 2.5 kilometers. However, for daytime operations it is equipped with new generation sighting technology.

The new sights are built around a single Cassagrian telescope type device, with internal charge coupled devices (CCD), which allow advance recollection of photons and photonic waves. The light collected by the Cassagrian telescope cannot be seen with the unaided human eye, consequently, the image is seen through a video camera, although using fiber optic cables, the imagines is basically instantaneous. This is the same basic system as used in ultra-modern photonic masts, except that the tube and the prisms are much smaller, and this uses a CCD, while the photonic mast does not. The range given by this new sighting, dubbed, Most Advanced Sighting Capabilities (MADSIC), is just about twelve kilometers.

The missile, the Tagus, is based on a disposable launch tube assembly, battery coolant units (BCU), and the missile itself. The missile’s range has been given five kilometers, although preferred range is just about two kilometers. The system, without the missile, weighs just about eight kilograms. The warhead’s weight is 12kg; however it enjoys a much larger fuel deposit than the standard Javelin and Milan. However, this latter point extends the missile’s total weight, when fully fueled, to about twenty-three kg, giving the entire system a weight of thirty-one kilograms.

The warhead uses a high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) form, with a tandem shape, giving it a penetration of 700mm + of standard armor. It’s effectiveness against explosive reactive armors and ceramic composite armors are not known, although it is expected to be about the same, since the missile was tested on an old Soviet T-72 export tank.

For accuracy the missile uses a computerized graphic positioning system (CGPS), which basically maps the enemy-tank (based on information using the MADSIC) on a liquid crystal matrix (AMLCD) screen. From there, the missile can use its own personalized acquisition and targeting system (ATS), which is a union of light detection and ranging (LIDAR) and infra-red detection systems (IRDS). This communion of three technologies makes the Tagus extremely accurate, and extremely deadly.

Weight: 31 kg
Length: 1.85 meters
Range: (Daytime) 5 kilometers; (Nightime) 2.5 kilometers
[b]Warhead Type: HEAT Tandem
Warhead Weight: 12 kg
Armor Penetration: 700mm +
Crew: 2 man portable system

Cost: 25,000 USD

Again, if you are interested, please direct your orders here (
10-02-2006, 00:31
bump for more offers.
10-02-2006, 00:42
My storefront does sell the KF9 with a huge 7.92 Mauser.
10-02-2006, 03:57
bump again. The rifle has been purchased from the Macabees. We now need:

1) Infantry fired Anti tank weapon (Preferably Non shoulder mounted, soft launch only)
2) Infantry Combat Suit
10-02-2006, 04:25
Mondoth Arms has carefully reviewed its Product lines and wishes to put forth these systems as possible contendors for the contract.

G-11 A2
Weight; 4.9 kg (Loaded)
Round; 7mm caseless
Length; 81 cm
Mode of Fire; semi automatic, three round burst
Range; 450 meters
Magazine; 45 rounds
Price; $750 (includes 4 loaded magazines), $4 per additional magazine
Features; Attachment rails for; under barrel grenade launcher, bayonet, laser targeting system, IFF transponder, P-rails; for up to three additional magazines for faster reloading. A 1.5x zoom collimating (red dot) sight (can be exchanged for night sight or 5x precision scope)
Optional Equipment:
-High grade, shock absorbing Stock (decreases perceived recoil considerable while providing a more comfortable seat for the weapon against the shoulder) $25 per unit
-Light intensification scope (non collimating, for night and low light missions) $300 per unit
-5x precision scope (non collimating, for long range shots) $400 per unit
-4x ACOG (reflexive) sight $800 per unit
-Under barrel adaptable weapon can fire grenades, non fatal loads (such as bean bags, batons and other large diameter non fatal rounds), light armor piercing rockets. $45 per unit
The G-11A2 uses the larger 7mm round for increased range and damage and to ease logistics with LMG-11 and SG-12 SR
This change to the larger round was prompted by concerns voiced by troops after combat that the 4.7 mm round was not causing enough fatalities per shot, the G-11A2 aims to solve the problem with a larger round and longer barrel

SG-12 SR
Weight: 4.5 kg
Round: 7mm Caseless
Length: 860mm
Mode of Fire: Semi-Automatic
Max eff. Range: 1400 meters
Magazine; 30 rounds
Price; $3000 (includes 4 loaded magazines), $10 per additional magazine
Accuracy: .3 MOA
Features: Integral bipod, 10x precision scope calibrated for the M1125 round
The SG-12 is a caseless precision long rifle featuring a free-floating
barrel and an electrical cartridge firing system powered by two
batteries good for 1000 firings. The rifle also features an
uninterrupted p-rail along the upper surface and railed hand
guards for attaching accessories (such as Legion sensors).
Optional Equipment:
- High grade stock, adjustable for length of pull and height: $150 per unit
- Light intensification scope (non-magnifying), can be attached to the
standard scope for night operations $800 per unit
- Thermal Imaging Weapon Sight: identifies targets using heat, Can ‘see through’ most light cover, can be
used as an attachment for the standard scope. $7000 per unit
- Sound Suppressor: reduces acoustic signature by 30 dB without a
negative effect upon accuracy, $300 per unit.
Ammunition (can also be used with G-11A2 and LMG-11, not recomended as standard issue for either):
M1125 7mm Caseless Match: High quality match ammunition with a steel
penetrator, suitable for use against lightly armored targets
M1126 7mm Caseless Subsonic: Decreases weapon report, should be used
in conjunction with the sound suppressor for full effectiveness.
M1127 7mm Caseless APS: For use against armored targets, accuracy
decreases to 1 MOA and effective range is reduced by 200m. ($20 per magazine)
M1127 7mm Caselss Tracer: trails burning white phosphorous dust through the air that ignites when the bullet is fired, allows for easy 'traceing' of bullet path, decreases barrel life

Weight: 9.8 kg
Round: 15.5mm Caseless
Length: 910mm
Mode of Fire: Semi-Automatic
Max eff. Range: 2200 meters
Magazine; 15 rounds
Price; $4500 (includes 4 loaded magazines), $25 per additional magazine
Accuracy: .5 MOA
Features: Integral bipod, 12x precision scope calibrated for the M1205 round
The SG-14 is a caseless precision Anti-Material Rifle featuring a free-floating
barrel and an electrical cartridge firing system powered by two
batteries good for 10,000 firings. The rifle also features an
uninterrupted p-rail along the upper surface and railed hand
guards for attaching accessories (such as Legion sensors). The SG-14 is designed to be easily combat mobile, using a fast assembly/dissembly modular design to allow soldiers to quickly change position after firing.
The Powerful M1205 round is a 15.5 mm Caseless round capable of causing severe damage to enemy units and vital ‘soft’ targets such as communications gear and light vehicles.

Optional Equipment:

- High grade stock, adjustable for length of pull and height: $150 per unit
- Light intensification scope (non-magnifying), can be attached to the
standard scope for night operations $800 per unit

M1205 15.5mm Caseless Match: High quality match ammunition with a Steel
penetrator, suitable for use against armored units and most light armored vehicles
M1206 15.5mm Caseless Explosive: Fires a computer controlled, programmable fragmenting round that can be used for an air burst over entrenched enemy infantry or after penetrating light armor
M1207 15.5mm Caseless APS: For use against armored targets such as light tanks and most armored vehicles (Not suggested against frontal arc of most Main Battle Tanks), accuracy
decreases to 1.3 MOA and effective range is reduced by 400m

Weight; Assembled; 37 lbs
Disassembled; section A; 30 lbs.
Section B; 34 lbs w/ ammo
Range; 2,000 meters
Round; 25mm
Features; three basic round types;
HE; can be programmed for air burst, or contact. Automatically adjusts fuse for muzzle velocity.
AP; armor piercing, can penetrate most vehicle armor
TP; two piece anti infantry/ light armor round, standard issue round. Integral stabilized rotating projectile.
Mount is adaptable for vehicle use, can be used as hatch mounted MG, door helicopter MG and other vehicle uses, can be quickly detached for infantry use
Is quickly assembled and disassembled for ease of deployment
Integral computer assisted sight with IR and Light Gathering settings
Integral range finder and easy to use interface for use with HE and other special rounds
Can be linked with LEGION infantry suite for more efficient use

Merlin Integrated Missile System
Weight; 27 kg
Length; 1.3 m
Range; 2,600 m
Price; $2,600
Features; Detachable command/targeting mount, full LEGION integration capability, Intuitive interface, all weather capability.
The Merlin integrated missile system is one of the foremost infantry missile systems available, it is capable of firing anti armor, anti artillery and anti air missiles under all weather and field conditions.
The Merlin anti armor missile is a fire and forget missile with pre launch lock on capability and a millimetric wave radar/dual laser targeting package that can identify targets in all weather conditions, even ignoring battle field distractions such as smoke, chaff and dust. The missile advances towards the target at low altitude and jumps to high altitude in order to take advantage of the typically weaker upper armor on most armored vehicles; the missile uses a double warhead scheme to defeat all known armor types including Explosive Reactive armor. The Missile can also be ‘programmed’ easily in the field for straight flight for use against bunkers and fortified positions.
The Merlin anti air missile uses infrared to track aircraft; it uses an explosive/shrapnelating warhead to damage engines and control surfaces.
The Merlin Integrated Missile System is primarily a ‘soft’ launched infantry missile launcher that can be fired from the shoulder or from the prone position but it can be attached to a mount and used as a vehicle weapon. The Merlin’s command/targeting mount can be detached from the tube launcher and used for infantry surveillance missions, it incorporates imaging infrared, 8x magnification light intensification scope and laser range finding as well as an 8x magnification natural light scope. The system is fully integrateble with the LEGION infantry suite but can also be used stand alone without the LEGION system. The tube launcher is disposable and al available missiles utilize a ‘pre boost ejection’ using low heat thrusters to eject from the tube prior to ignition of the primary booster for minimum recoil and ‘back flash’

Legion suite
The Legion suite of integrated combat systems is the most comprehensive infantry combat system yet. The genius of the system is in the back pack. Utilizing the latest advances in load bearing frames, the pack allows soldiers to maximize their combat load, integral to the pack, and the real reason LEGION is possible, is the hub; a laptop sized computer with link points for the various ‘modules’ that make up a LEGION soldiers equipment. Each module attaches to the hub which automatically regulates each module
Standard modules;
Helmet; a custom fit light weight composite helmet with heads up display integrated into goggles. Heads up displays information regarding other modules and systems
Communications; a small module that fits easily in pack, links with speakers and microphone in helmet for radio communication, 128 bit burst encryption, multiple frequencies with a range of around 5 miles.
Coordination; also fits easily in pack, includes digital maps, GPS and IFF systems all of which an be displayed on the HUD, along with pre selected checkpoints, objectives and navigational landmarks, displays friendly troops in area and identified enemy positions.
Uniform; the uniform is woven out of organic crystalline threads that react to electronic and chemical impulses to change stiffness, color, albedo and weave. Providing limited adaptability (can change between up to three ‘patterns’ which can alter slightly, fools night sights, can change weave for climatic adaptability and can change stiffness for better protection, better movement or stabilization of broken limbs)
Boots; can change from stiff hiking boots to loose running shoes or soft soled stealth boots and anything in between.
Weapon; includes a weapon sight camera, and ammunition readouts, mouse device can be moved from belt to weapon, only for AR and MG weapons

Standard suite costs $75,000
Standard suite includes all standard modules and one extra battery
Current continuous battery life is 48 hours with all standard modules in use, can be set to ‘sleep’ mode for extended battery life when not in use. Uniform and boot modules do not require continuous battery use.

Optional Modules include;
Counter sniper (1 per two man fire team, each soldier carries a receiver, when highly audible weapons fire is detected, can triangulate positions of snipers or riflemen) $200
Range(range finding and targeting lasers, ladar and other systems for calibrating sniper fire or calling in fire support) $200
Officers (complete combat readout, includes all troop positions and calculated enemy positions, self destructs if bearer is killed or unexpectedly removed, also provides access to additional channels for radio and satellite communication) $120
artillery (provides ability to tap Range modules in field for precise targeting information) $100
Support (targeting lasers and beacons, coded 1048 burst link transmitter, used to call in air strikes) $250
Centurion Upgrade: The Centurion Upgrade Package features a comprehensive set of Ceramic Plate armor wrapped around a frame of assistive Actuators, Servos and hydraulics that serve to increase the Soldiers strength, speed and endurance in a battlefield situation. The Centurion Package’s assistive systems fully compensate for the additional armor and electronics weight and have enough power left over to increase a soldiers load lifting capabilities five fold and the hydraulic leg movement enhancements can increase running speed by as much as 25km/h
Basic Centurion Package: $40,000+Legion Suite price
Additional Packages for use with Centurion:
Combat Reflex: Combat Reflex is a suite of Millimeter wave Radar and low intensity LADAR that can identify and track incoming ballistic threats such as bullets, Missiles and RPGs. Using a powerful and intuitive command interface, the soldier can preset reaction commands that automatically override the soldiers actions as a defense against such threats. While the users reactions are over-ridden, the suites computer system can track the threats projected path and attempt to dodge the incoming threat or otherwise reduce the effectiveness of the incoming ordnance. $25,000
Buckler: The Buckler active defense system is the same system as is currently equipped on the Kodiak MBT. It uses a self contained sensor package to identify incoming threats and deploy a 25mm fragmenting grenade (Mounted on back, over any packs) to intercept and destroy the threat. The Buckler system has proven highly successful against RPG and most Anti Tank Missiles. $30,000
The Phoenix Milita
10-02-2006, 04:45
Name: AR-22A1
Designed by: Phoenix Milita DARPA
Ammo Types:.45 caliber(11x75mm) Hollow Point or AP rounds, 40mm HE grenades
Action: Select fire (auto/burst/semi-auto)
Total Weight: 8.9lbs
.45 caliber Range: 750 meters
Rate Of Fire: 650 rounds per minute
Capacity 32 round clip
The AR-22A1 Carbine is essentially a "shorty" AR-22, sans shotgun. TPM
special forces and elite infantry units requested this as a supplement to the
CAR-22.It uses the same .45 caliber hollow point, full metal jacket or teflon
coated armor piercing rounds and 32 shot clip as all of the AR-22 series. The
rate of fire has been increased to 720 rounds per minute using design
elements froom the MG-22.If desired, a M203X 40mm belt fed grenade
launcher and a sling can be added, and a removable muzzle suppressor
(scilencer), 0-4x scope, laser dot, and TAC light are standard. Also available
are a number of sights and scopes as well as the standard 7.4 inch extra-long
M-9 bayonet.
CAR-22 Combat Assault Rifle
Name: CAR-22
Designed by: Phoenix Milita DARPA
Ammo Types:.45 caliber(11x75mm) Hollow Point or AP rounds, 40mm HE grenades
Action: Select fire (auto/burst/semi-auto)
Total Weight: 9lbs
.45 caliber Range: 800 meters
40mm Range: 300 meters
Rate Of Fire: 620 rounds per minute
Capacity .45 cal, 32 round clip or 60 shot drum; 40mm 6 round belt (or single shot)
The CAR-22 is an all new polymer composite carbine/assault rifle built for TPM
special forces and elite infantry units.It uses the same .45 caliber hollow
point, full metal jacket or teflon coated armor piercing rounds and 32 shot clip
as the AR-22. The rate of fire has been increased with the additon of a totaly
new action and many main parts are of a new design. Even with the new
inner workings and other parts, the CAR-22 maintians parts commonality with
its bigger brothers. The collapsable butt stock can be removed, and a new
M203 40mm grenade launcher is an option. This GL uses a belt for ease of
reloading, but is still pump action like the other M203s. A sling can be added,
and a removable muzzle suppressor (scilencer), 0-4x scope, laser dot, and
TAC light are standard on the CAR-22. Also available are a number of sights
and scopes as well as a bipod in place of the foward grip.
A 7.4 inch extra-long M-9 bayonet is also standard.
AR-22 Heavy Assault Rifle
Standard Version
Name: AR-22
Designed by: Johnified American DARPA
Made by: Phoenix Dynamix on contract from JSA
Ammo Types:.45 caliber(11mm) Hollow Point or AP rounds, .8 Gauge HE,AP and Buckshot shells/slugs
Action: Select fire (full/burst/semi-auto)
Total Weight: 12lbs
Holders of Prod Rights: JSA,Phoenix Dynamix
.45 caliber Range: 1000 meters
.8 gauge Range: 200 meters
.45 caliber ROF: 420 rounds per minute
.8 gauge ROF: 240 rounds per minute
Capacity .45 cal, 32 round clip or 60 shot drum; .8 gauge 10 round belt or 8 shot box.
The AR-22 is a dual use polymer composite main infantry weapon
The assault rifle uses .45 caliber automatic rifle hollow point, full metal jacket or teflon coated armor piercing rounds in a 32 shot clip (+1 in chamber)
The .8 gauge auto shotgun fires either AP(armor piercing) or soft point slugs ; HE(High Explosive)shells or tungsten buckshot from a 10-shot belt. The belt can be substiuted with an 8-shot plastic or metal box if you are not using TPM special .8 gauge waterproof shells. A sling can be added, and a 0-4x scope, laser dot, and TAC light are standard on the rifles.
We realize that this is a specialty ammuniton so the rights, plans and tooling to make .45 rounds and .8 gauge shells are included with any purchase over 500. Of course if you want waterproof TPM special ammo u still need to by it from us.
The included 7.4 inch extra-long M-9 bayonet is available in chromed or blued steel
SR-22 Sniper Rifle
Name: SR-22
Designed by: Johnified American DARPA
Made by: Phoenix Dynamix on contract from JSA
Ammo Types:.45 caliber(11mm) Hollow Point or AP rounds,
Action: gas operated, roatating bolt, semi-auto
Total Weight: 10lbs
Holders of Prod Rights: JSA,Phoenix Dynamix
.45 caliber Range: 1100 meters
ROF: 70 rounds per minute
Capacity10, 20 or 32 round clip
Basically, an accurized AR-22, the SR-22 is a semi auto matic sniper rifle now
entering service in TPM and JSA. The shotgun has been removed, but an
M203X Belt fed Grenade launcher or .8 gauge shotgun can be added if
desired. The standard sight is Leopould Refractive Day/Night Sight
w/ 0-600x zoom
MG-22 Squad Automatic Weapon/Light Machine-Gun
Name: MG-22
Designed by: Phoenix Dynamix
Made by: Phoenix Dynamix
Ammo Types:.45 caliber(11mm) Hollow Point or AP rounds
Action: Select fire (5 round combat burst/full-auto)
Total Weight: 16lbs
Range:point target 660m, area trgt 800 meters
ROF: 800 rounds per minute
Capacity 100 or 200 round box,60 shot drum(in emergecy 32 shot clip can be used, jams frequenly)
The MG-22 was made recently on request from TPM infantry units, who found it cumbersome to carry diffrent ammo for thier assault rifles, m249 saws, m60 machine guns and other weapons. Well the MG-22 uses the same round as the AR-22, and in fact it can take the AR-22's 32 shot clip, not recomended tho. The MG-22 has double the ROF of the AR-22, this allow it to provide cover fire much more effectivly. A longer, heavier barrel, which can be quick changed in 1 minute w/o tools, has been added and the action has benn reloacatec. Standard accesories include, movable handgrip, foldable bipod, TAC light, laser sight and aimpoint sight. The butt stock can be removed or replaced with a folding stock if needed.

AT-5 Vazooka
The much more advanced cousin of the Bazooka, the Vazooka out preforms the U.S. AT-4 and the Russian RPG series in every way, making it one of the top anti-tank rockets on the market. It includes an adjustable sight and a sling. It is Reloadable, HEAT cartriges cost $900 each
////////Length:..................... 40 inches
////////Weight: (Complete System) .. 15 pounds
////////Optical Sight:................. Gyroscopic Range indicator, 0-4x zoom

////////Caliber .................... 90 mm
////////Length .................... 2 feet
////////Weight..................... 4.1 pounds
////////Min Arming Range.................. 30 feet
////////Maximum Range ............. 7,000 feet
////////Maximum Effective Range ... 1,000 feet
////////Penetration: 530 mm of rolled homogenous armor
////////Time of Flight (to 250 meters): less than 1 second
////////Operating temperature: -104 to +140° F (-40 to +60°C)<br>////////Ammunition: Rocket with 90mm HEAT shaped charge warhead
Farther Vartakia
10-02-2006, 05:22
the Royal Vartakian Small Arms Works would like to direct you to seems to be an ideal product for you soft-fire grenade/rocket package:

Renda-Norton Squad Support Weapon: A launcher-type weapon capable of firing a range of munitions, available from the RVSAM, by the use of various muzzle breaks and an ingenious over-under barrel arrangement for rockets and grenades. Weighing 13 pounds fully loaded, it can fire the 40mm fragmentation, concussion, and anti-vehicle grenades, as well as 60 or 70mm anti-vehicle rockets and 70mm anti-personnel air-dispersing-fragementation rounds. Standard price: $6000 per unit

This weapon has been proven effective against domestic rebels in the Battle of Lundmore Square, when a few highly trained members of the Duke's Own Rangers stormed a rebel-controlled compound, using the Renda-Norton to break down the high walls surrounding it and hold off approaching infantry units whilst the searched the grounds for a wanted terrorist.

Also, other RVSAW products are available here: Royal Varatian Small Arms Works, Initial Offers (
10-02-2006, 09:50
bump again. The rifle has been purchased from the Macabees. We now need:

1) Infantry fired Anti tank weapon (Preferably Non shoulder mounted, soft launch only)
2) Infantry Combat Suit

Sorry to be a pain but what exactly do you mean "non shoulder mounted"?
does this mean you would preffer some thing like a AT-3 (comes in a set of manportable "siutcases", one with a lauch rail/tripod thingy and one with the fire controls) or one of the other heavier vaguely manportable ATGMs like trigat, TOW or kornet ie soemthign that is fired from a tripod or similar mounting as opposed to a glorfied bazooka such as AT-4 or the RPG-22?

I have a few ideas that i will trya nd get psoted tonight (as Crookfur)
The Phoenix Milita
12-02-2006, 11:32
We have designed a new rocket launcher which uses a piat style launching system. The exhaust tube routs under the armpit and out the back although this may seem an unsual configuration, it gets the job done. We shall give more details tomorrow night.
The Phoenix Milita
13-02-2006, 07:54
The all new!
68mm under-the-arm launched rocket. About as effective as a AT-4 with less wieght and thus higher accuracy.
The Phoenix Milita
17-02-2006, 01:32
now priced at $2000
manufacterers note * wear more clothes than this when actually firing the weapon, goggles also reccomended.