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    STALKER Weapon Guide

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    STALKER Weapon Guide

    Post by Centerfold on Sun May 21, 2017 2:10 pm

    AA-12 (12 gauge shells) - A United States made automatic shotgun that can be loaded with either a box or a drum magazine. It is well known for having little to no recoil, but being a little bulky and even heavy when loaded with a drum magazine. It fires twelve gauge buckshot and slugs.

    Abakan (5.45x39mm rounds) - A Russian made alternative rifle to the famous AK74 rifle that was used to replace the AK47 as a main service rifle. It's not as common as the AK74 but uses the same caliber, 5.45x39mm. It also features a unique 2-round burst fire firing mode. The gun is unique itself as the whole barrel system moves with the bolt when it fires, which reduces barrel climb and recoil.

    AK-47 (7.62x39mm rounds) - The famous Russian made assault rifle with wood furniture. It fires 7.62x39mm and features reliability unheard of in other firearms. Many other rifles are based off this platform, and they share the same level of reliability. It's been used in conflicts all over the world, and is very common, especially in comparison to most other rifles found in the Zone.

    AK-47 Modified (7.62x39mm rounds) - See "AK-47", this model has a custom SVD style stock and a PSO-1 scope attached on a dovetail mount.

    AK-54 (7.62x39mm rounds) - An AK-platform rifle that has been made to fire 7.62x54mmR rounds. It has a twenty round magazine and is capable of rapid fire, as long as your shoulder can handle the recoil. The rifle was made to be a marksman rifle, or rather a battle rifle instead of an assault rifle. Most are found in below-average condition as they are a bit rare and are typically poorly treated, since an AK platform rifle is thought to be "expendable".

    AK-74 (5.45x39mm rounds) - The AK74 was made to replace the more expensive Ak47 with a more accurate, lighter, and cheaper rifle. It is still in service today as a primary assault rifle for the Russian Army and Ukrainian Special Services foot-soldiers. It fires 5.45x39mm and typically has a dovetail mount on the side.

    AK-74 SU (5.45x39mm rounds) - The AK74 rifle was popular and successful, but there needed to be an even lighter and more compact version for tank crews, helicopter troops, and those who are in constant transport. Thus the AK-74 SU was born. The S represents the shortened barrel section which is used for close combat and compact storage, while the U represents the folding stock which is, again, used for compact storage and quick drawing. Thanks to the shortened barrel section, it lacks the same range as other AK platform rifles.

    AK-74 SU Modified (5.45x39mm rounds) - See "AK-74", but this version has a custom mount on the rail, which allows for the mounting of a scope or electronic sight. The barrel also has a suppressor attached to the end, making the gun's muzzle flash much smaller. The gun is not nearly as loud now, but is still not silent- Only suppressed.

    AK-103 (7.62x39mm rounds) - A modernized version of the AK47 with black synthetic furniture. It is mechanically no different from an AK47, but features a much sleeker body and design. Fires 7.62x39mm rounds.

    AK-107 (5.45x39mm rounds) - A modernized version of the AK74 with black synthetics instead of polished wooden pieces. It has no real difference from the AK74 aside from being more reliable, and having a much sleeker body and design. Fires 5.45x39mm rounds.

    AS Val (9x39mm rounds) - A russian weapon designed for special forces, being chambered in 9x39 and having a quite special feature - an integrated supressor. Not to be confounded with its 'sister', the VSS Vintorez, the difference between the two weapons are the high impact polymer, and the skeleton steel stock of the AS Val, making the weapon able to be operated even with the stock folded.

    Steyr AUG (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - An Austrian bullpup assault rifle, chambered in 5.56x45 NATO. Some notable features in this firearm are the integrated x1.5 magnification sight, a progressive trigger and of course, the general bullpup setup of the rifle.

    AI AWM (.338 Lapua Magnum bullets) - A powerful sniper rifle developed in the United Kingdom; The Artic Warfare Magnum, or AWM, is chambered in the menacing .338 Lapua Magnum round, giving the shooter an advantage in range, accuracy and power compared to the 7.62x51mm NATO, or 7.62x54R sniper rifles that are commonly seen.

    Scoped Bizon (9x18mm Makarov rounds) - A sub-machinegun of russian origin, being chambered in in the 9x18 Makarov round. This weapon includes a red dot sight mounted onto its top, the very distinct 64-round helical magazine, and a retractable buttstock.

    Chaser-13 (12 Gauge shells) - The Chaser-13, also known as the Mossberg 88, is a very common pump-action shotgun, being chambered in the common 12-gauge shell. The weapon has an 8 or 6 round tubular magazine.

    Double Barrel Shotgun (12 Gauge shells) - The TOZ-66 is an easily concealable, cheap and relatively powerful weapon. Although it is very inaccurate even with slugs, the weapon compensates by being easy to carry, easy to maintain and great in close-quarter combat.

    Desert Eagle (.50 Action Express bullets) - A menacing .50 Action Express pistol of Israeli origin, is a not-so-common weapon, it is generally used by veteran Stalkers. The weapon includes a 9-round magazine, and can also be chambered in a variety of powerful handgun rounds.

    DP-27 (7.62x54mm Belt rounds) - The Degtyaryov light machinegun, chambered in the 7.62x54R round is a relatively rare weapon, due to the fact it was even used in World War 2. The weapon includes a 60-round pan magazine, outfitted ontop of the weapon, aswell as a bipod.

    F2000 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A futuristic-looking bullpup assault rifle developed in Belgium, chambered in the 5.56x45 NATO round. The firearm includes an integrated 40mm GL1 grenade launcher with a rangefinder, and an also integrated x1.6-x5.0 scope.

    FAMAS G2 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A French bullpup assault rifle, chambered in the 5.56x45 NATO round. The FAMAS G2 is an upgraded rifle, the most notable changes being the introduction of a larger trigger guard, a STANAG 30-round magazine and a handguard under the weapon's muzzle.

    FN FAL (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - The well-known belgian battle rifle, the FN FAL, is a powerful weapon chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO. The weapon is favored by many due to its specially powerful round, superior to the 5.56x45 round.

    Fort-12 (9x18mm Makarov rounds) - A semi-automatic pistol of ukrainian origin, chambered in the 9x18 Makarov round. This weapon is largerly used in the Zone due to the fact of the firearm being produced in Ukraine itself, the availability of the 9x18 Makarov round, and its generally cheap price.

    Fort-221 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The TAVOR Tar-21, or the Fort-221 as it is also known, is a bullpup assault rifle of Israeli origin. The Fort-221 includes a holographic sight, and a 30-round STANAG magazine.

    Fort-500 (12 Gauge shells) - The Fort-500 is a pump-action 12 gauge shotgun manufactured in Ukraine, and can hold 6 or 4 rounds in its underbarrel tubular magazine.

    'French Resistance' (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The 'French Resistance', as it is known amongst the population of the Zone, is simply a modernized FAMAS G2 assault rifle.

    G3A3 (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - The H&K G3A3 german battle rifle, chambered in the 7.62x51mm NATO round, is a powerful, reliable, and unfortunately costly rifle. The rifle includes a standard 20-round magazine, drum sights and a plastic handguard and buttstock.

    G3A3 Modified (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - This version of the H&K G3A3 includes a shortened barrel, a grip attached to the handguard, and a 75-round drum magazine.

    G36C (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The G36 Compact, is a weapon developed in Germany by H&K. This weapon, compared to its bigger sister, the G36, is relatively lighter and as the name states, compact.

    G36K (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The G36K is an also lighter version of the G36, having a shortened barrel and a shorted handguard compared to the standard G36.

    IMI Galil (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - An Israeli made assault rifle capable of firing either 7.62x51mm NATO or 5.56x45mm NATO. It has a carrying handle, a folding stock, high iron sights and a bipod that can be deployed- Which is stuffed away inside the foreguard.

    Gauss Rifle (2mm Gauss projectiles) - An extremely rare weapon, only seen in the Zone. The Guass Rifle, which fires the also rare 2mm Gauss projectiles, was a prototype developed by the ukrainian government in 2004. The weapon uses eletromagnets to propell a projectile at absurd speeds, granting it a considerable advantage in range over other weapons.

    OS-14 GROZA (9x39mm rounds) - An experimental Russian made bullpup rifle that fires 9x39mm SP-5 rounds. The models found in the Zone come with a built-in underbarrel 25mm grenade launcher, and typically have a dovetail mount built into the side, which allows for a scope to be attached. It fires subsonic ammunition.
    HK416 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A German made assault rifle based off the AR-15 platform that is very popular with most rifle-caliber NATO firearms. The versions found in the Zone have a rail system attached with a shortened barrel section and hollow storage stock, and the most popular modifications are flashlights, foregrips, and red dot scopes. It fires 5.56x45mm NATO rounds.

    SR-25E2 APR Mod (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - A modified version of a M16 with a different, heavier cartridge loaded in. It is designed to have all the familiarity of a M16 with the power, range, and effectiveness of a sniper rifle. Has a long-range scope, a suppressor, and a bipod.

    Kora 919 (.45 ACP rounds) - An American classic. A Colt M1911 clone, made cheaply by various European based companies. The most common has a worn-out nickel paint job and fires .45 ACP. They're typically not the best handgun to rely upon, due to having heavy weight and firing a heavy round- But people who do use it, swear by it for reliability and functionality.

    KSVK (12.7x108mm rounds) - A russian anti-materiel sniper rifle, chambered in the 12.7x108mm round. This weapon, bulky, expensive and hard to mantain in an environment such as the one in the Zone, is not the choice of many Stalkers. It is mostly used to penetrate lightly-armored vehicles, thick walls and of course, your dreaded enemies.

    L22 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A different version of the L85. This is a carbine version, lacking a scope and having a much shorter barrel section complete with a foregrip. This was designed for close-range combat, while still having the power of a rifle. It fires 5.56x45mm NATO rounds.

    L85 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The primary firearm of the British Army. It's known for being heavy, bulky, and sometimes extremely unreliable. Older models are prone to jamming, internal mechanisms breaking, and the body being poorly held together. However, newer models eliminate all these issues, but are much rarer because people tend to hold onto them more. It fires 5.56x45mm NATO rounds.

    LR-300 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The LR-300 is an american assault rifle, chambered in the 5.56x45 NATO round. It is fairly common in the Zone, being similar in some aspects (mainly the price) to its eastern counterpart, the AK-74. Includes the standard 30-round STANAG magazine.

    LR-300 Modified (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A modified version of the LR-300, which introduces an underslung M203 grenade launcher, a supressor and a x5.0 SUSAT scope.

    M4A1 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The main assault rifle used by the US military across the board. It's a very versatile gun, having good customization and firing a common caliber amongst other weapons of its category- 5.56x45mm NATO. The version found in the Zone has a few modifications done to it to keep it more reliable in the unforgiving environment, and has a foregrip and sight system attached to it, along with a new stock.

    M4 Beowulf (.50 Beowulf rounds) - A specially designed rifle created by the Alexander Arms company not as a combat or assault rifle, but as a sports and hunting rifle. The models found in the Zone have been modified for automatic fire, horribly enhancing the recoil and barrel climb while at the same time making the 10-round magazine a bit of a hassle to use. They do have a select fire however, for semi-automatic fire. The gun is best used for hunting large game, says the manufacturer. Fires .50 Beowulf rounds.

    M16A2 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A rifle based off the AR-15 platform that was made popular thanks to the Vietnam war. It features a typical carrying handle sight and a fixed stock, along with a long barrel section, making the gun perfect for mid to long range firefights. Unfortunately, in the conditions of the Zone, it requires special modifications in order to maintain a high reliability rating. Fires 5.56x45mm NATO rounds.

    M21 EMR (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - The M21 Enhanced Marksman Rifle is, as the name suggets, a rifle chambered in the 7.62x51mm NATO round. Not so common in the Zone due to its price and availability, the Stalkers who possess this weapon in their arsenal appreciate it for being a very accurate and fairly powerful weapon.

    M24A1 (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - The Remington M24A1 sniper rifle, chambered in the 7.62x51mm round is a rather common sniper rifle in the Zone. The weapon includes a 5-round internal magazine, a bipod and a Leupold Ultra M3A 10x42mm fixed-power scope.

    M92F (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - The Beretta 92 is a semi-automatic 9x19mm pistol that was developed in Italy. Being known worldwide for its reliability and availability, it is favored by Stalkers due to those reasons, the weapon being fairly cheap aswell.

    M92F Suppressed (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - A supressed version of the Beretta 92.

    M240 (7.62x51mm NATO Belt) - The 7.62x51mm NATO Medium Machinegun, the M240, is a menacing, bulky and expensive weapon. It is largely favored by veteran stalkers, mostly those who have an Exoskeleton at their disposal.

    M249 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The M249 is an american 5.56x45mm NATO light machinegun. The gun, being heavy and somewhat dangerous to use in the Zone's rugged environment, is fairly rare.

    MAC-10 (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - The MAC-10, developed in the United States and chambered in the famous 9x19mm round, is a very common weapon in the Zone, specially among the new arrivals. Easy to conceal, mantain and also dirt cheap, it is used by many.

    Makarov (9x18mm Makarov rounds) - The Makarov, or the PM, is a semi-automatic 9x18mm handgun of russian origin. Literally the most common weapon in all of the Zone, it is cheap, easy to maintain and unfortunately, not very powerful due to its caliber.

    Magpul Masada (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The Magpul Masada is a combination of several firearm designs, chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO.

    MG36 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - A light machinegun version of the G36, the changes being the addition of a heavier barrel to increase the heat and cook-off resistance of the weapon.

    Mark 48 (7.62x51mm NATO Belt rounds) - The Mark 48 is a light machinegun chambered in the 7.62x51mm NATO round. The weapon is in some ways similar to the M240, specially the fact that both of the weapons are chambered in the 7.62x51mm NATO round.

    Mosin Nagant (7.62x54mm rounds) - The legendary Mosin Nagant 91/30, known for its reliability, accuracy, availability and powerful cartridge, is a quite common weapon in the Zone, despite the fact that it was used in World War 2. Fires the 7.62x54 Rimmed cartridge.

    Mosin Nagant W/ Sniper Scope (7.62x54mm rounds) - A Mosin Nagant 91/30, which includes a side-mounted  x3.5 magnification PU scope.

    HK MP5 (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - The Heckler & Kock Maschinenpistolle 5, or the H&K MP5, is a german 9x19mm SMG. The weapon's most notable characteristics are its high rate of fire, reliable and well-made design, reliability and availability in the Zone.

    HK MP5K (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) -  A shortened version on the MP5A2. The changes made were the  removal of the buttstock (although the weapon can still be fitted with one), the shortened bolt and receiver, and the addition of a vertical foregrip.

    HK MP5SD (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - A silenced version of the MP5.

    HK MP7 (HK 4.6x30mm rounds) - A german PDW, made by H&K and chambered in the quite uncommon 4.6x30mm round. This weapon was designed specifically to penetrate body armor, due to its fast-moving, small rounds. The weapon and its ammunition, however, is somewhat rare in the Zone.

    HK MP7 Green (HK 4.6x30mm rounds) - A modified MP7, which includes an EoTECH holographic sight, a side-mounted green laser sight and an extended magazine.

    HK MP7S Blue (HK 4.6x30mm rounds) - A modified MP7, which includes a red dot scope, a top-mounted blue laser sight and an extended magazine
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    HK MP7S Red (HK 4.6x30mm rounds) - A modified MP7, which includes an EoTECH holographic sight, a side-mounted red laser sight and a suppressor.

    MT9 (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - The Taurus MT-9, a weapon made by a Brazilian company, is an SMG that fires the common 9x19mm round. The weapon is good overall, the most notable strengths being the high rate of fire, reliability and ability to be concealed easily.

    Obrez (7.62x54mm rounds) - A modified Mosin Nagant 91/30, having a sawn-off barrel and stock. This weapon is extremely common in the Zone due to its cheap price, but is VERY unnacurate compared to the original Mosin Nagant 91/30.

    FN P90 (FN 5.7x28mm rounds) - An SMG made in Belgium, by FN Herstal. This weapon fires the uncommon FN 5.7x28mm rounds, and due to that, is quite expensive to get and keep. The cartridge the FN P90 uses was specifically designed to replace the 9x19, and is a very good armor penetrator.

    PBs (9x18mm Makarov rounds) - A modified version of the Makarov, the difference being an internally-attached supressor.

    PKM (7.62x54mm rounds) - A powerful, menacing general-purpose machinegun produced in Russia. The PKM includes, most of the time, a 100, 200 or 250 ammunition box, which includes a belt that feeds the weapon. In the Zone, this weapon is very common among high-ranking faction members, and wealthy STALKERS.

    PKP (7.62x54mm Belt rounds) - A modified, modernized version of the PKM, made specifically for mobile infantry and special forces squads in Russia. The differences include a heavier barrel, a flash hider and a non-removable, folding bipod at the muzzle.

    PP 2000 (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - A relatively recent SMG made in Russia. Fires the common 9x19mm rounds, and includes a 20, or 44-round magazine.

    PPSH-41 (7.62x25mm Tokarev rounds) - A famous russian SMG, made and used in WW2. This weapon fires the 7.62x52mm Tokarev rounds, and generally incldues a 71-round drum magazine, although it can also be fitted with a 35-round box magazine.

    PSG1 (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - A semi-automatic sniper rifle developed by Heckler & Koch, in Germany. The weapon includes a 5,10 or 20-round magazine, and a Hensoldt ZF6x42PSG1 telescopic sight with an illuminated reticle.

    Colt Python (.357 Magnum rounds) - A relatively common revolver worldwide, the Colt Python, made by the american company Colt, fires the powerful .357 Magnum round. Althought the weapon is accurate, powerful and reliable, it should be noted that after a long time of use, the weapon will lose a considerable amount of its accuracy, forcing its users to keep it in a good shape through maintenance.

    RPD (7.62x39mm rounds) - The RPD, a precursor to most squad automatic weapons, is an LMG produced in Russia. It includes a 100-round box magazine, a folding integral bipod, wooden shoulder stock, foregrip and pistol grip.

    RTAK (5.45x39mm rounds) - The RTAK, or AK-12, is the newest AK-pattern assault rifle in the world, designed in 2010. It fires the 5.45x39mm round, but can also be modified to fire the 5.56x45mm NATO, the 7.62x39mm, an unknown 6.5mm cartridge still under development, 12 Gauge and finally, the 7.62x51 NATO round. The weapon includes a holographic sight, and a foregrip.

    AK-12 Drum (5.45x39mm rounds) - A modified version of the RTAK, including a 75-round drum magazine.

    Saiga 12 (12 Gauge shells) - A russian semi-automatic modern 12 Gauge shotgun. The weapon is available in a wide variety of configurations due to its high modification potential. It can use a 2, 5, 8 or 10-round detachable box magazine, or a 12, 20 or 30-round drum magazine alternatively.

    FN SCAR-L (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The FN Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle, or the SCAR-L, is an american assault rifle that fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round. Althought the weapon is somewhat rare in the Zone, it is a very reliable and powerful rifle. Includes an EoTECH holographic sight.

    FN SCAR-H Sniper (7.62x51mm NATO rounds) - A modified version of the SCAR-H, which includes a sniper scope. The SCAR-H, compared to the SCAR-L, has a more powerful cartridge- the 7.62x51mm NATO.

    SG-552 Modified (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - This version of the SG-552 includes an underbarrel M203 launcher and an ACOG scope.

    SG-550 Long (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The SG-550 is an assault rifle made by Swiss Arms AG. The weapon includes a variety of features, having an ambidextrous safety and fire selector, with the three settings being Safe, Single fire, 3-round Burst and Fully automatic, a side-folding skeletonized buttstock, and lightweight 5, 20 or 30-round box magazines. Fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round.

    SG-552 (5.56x45mm NATO rounds) - The SG-552, or the SG-552 Commando, is a shorter, more compact version of the SG-550. Includes a shorter barrel, ventilated handguards and a redesigned bolt carrier group. Fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round.

    Skorpion (9x18mm Makarov rounds) - The Vz. 61 Skorpion is a weapon made in the Czech Republic. A detail about this weapon is the fact that is somewhat hard to classify- it isn't completely known if it is an SMG, or a machine-pistol. This weapon fires the 9x18mm Makarov round.

    HK MK 23 (.45 ACP rounds) - The Heckler & Koch Mark 23 is a semi-automatic pistol, chambered in the .45 ACP round. It includes a Laser Aiming Module, or LAM, and a detachable supressor.

    SPAS-12 (12 Gauge shells) - The SPAS-12 is a combat shotgun made by the italian company Franchi. The SPAS-12 fires the common 12 Gauge shell, and is a very famous weapon worldwide due to its appearances in various movies, videogames, etc. Includes a folding buttstock with a hook, which when rotated, allows the user to pass his arm through it and somewhat effectively fire with one arm.

    Striker-12 (12 Gauge shells) - The Striker-12, or the 'Streetsweeper' like many call it, is a shotgun manufactured by Hilton R. Walker made for riot control. Fires the 12 Gauge shells and includes a 12-round revolving cylinder.

    SV 10 (12 Gauge shells) - The SV-10 is a hunting shotgun made by the famous italian company, Beretta. Features and over-and-under barrel, which can fire 12 Gauge shells. Fairly common in the Zone due to its price and availability.

    SVD (7.62x54mm rounds) - The SVD is a russian semi-automatic rifle chambered in the 7.62x54mmR round. Includes a 10-round box magazine, and a PSO-1 scope. The SVD is a somewhat common weapon in the Zone, once again due to its availability, and not so much due to its price.

    SVD-K (9.3x64mm Brenneke rounds) - The SVD-K is yet another russian semi-automatic sniper rifle, chambered in the rare 9.3x64mm round. This weapon was designed to perform tasks too hard for a standard 7.62x54mmR rifle, such as taking down enemy soldiers in heavy body armor, or other snipers behind cover. Includes a 3-10x "Giperion" telescopic sight and iron sights.

    SVU (7.62x54mm rounds) - The OTs-03 SVU is a bullpup configuration of the SVD. It was made to meet the requirements of law enforcement forces in Russia, aswell to modernize the already aging SVD. Some notable features in this weapon are the overhaul of the entire weapon, being a more compact and small design and the special muzzle brake which reduces the recoil energy greatly.

    S&W Model 500 (.500 S&W Magnum rounds) - The Smith & Wesson Model 500 is a five-shot, single-action/double-action revolver chambered in the large, menacing .500 S&W cartridge. This heavy caliber allows the user to effectively take down targets at a greater range than other weapons, giving him the upper hand in that factor.

    Taurus (.50 Action Express bullets) - The Taurus Raging Bull, manufactured by the brazilian company Taurus, is a double-action/single-action 6-round .44 Magnum revolver.

    Tokarev TT-33 (7.62x25mm Tokarev rounds) - The Tokarev TT-33 is a russian semi-automatic pistol chambered in the 7.62x25mm Tokarev round. It was developed in the early 1930s to replace the old Nagant M1895 revolver.

    UZI (9x19mm Parabellum rounds) - The UZI is an Israeli SMG, chambered in the 9x19mm. The UZI was introduced in the early 1950s to IDF special forces, and has been in use ever since. Known worldwide for its high rate of fire and use in the movies, games and criminal gangs, it is safe to admit that this weapon is a perfect drive-by tool.

    VEPR (5.45x39mm rounds) - A bullpup conversion of the AK-74, developed in Ukraine by the National Space Agency os Ukraine. Includes a standard 30-round box magazine, and a PSO-1 scope. Fires the 5.45x39mm round.

    VSS Vintorez (9x39mm rounds) - The VSS 'Vintorez', is a supressed sniper rifle that uses the heavy subsonic armor-piercing 9x39mm round. Issued mainly to special forces units in Russia for undercover or clandestine operations, it is a fairly common weapon in the Zone, specially among wealthy and veteran STALKERS. Features the internally-integrated supressor and a PSO-1 scope.

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