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Here you'll find a directory of my preferred firearms.
By: CBI Elite

   Some people fancy computers, others adore building models...well I like both. Only difference is that I also have a deep facination in the production, creation, usage, and management of firearms of all sorts. Below is a list of my personal favorite firearms ranging from sniper rifles to pistols and their specs. All factors were taken into consideration when I chose these including durability, weight, ammunition (projectile) size, weight, clip size, range, temperature, sites, and of course power. I've tried my best to define the acronyms used in the weapons' names (e.g. LDA means Light Double Action).

   My favs are categorized into 5 sections: Sniper Rifles, Rifles, SMGs, Machine Guns, and Pistols. Next to the name of the weapon, you can select a link to view it's picture. Keep in mind that:

1 yard (yd) = 3 feet
1 meter (m) = 3.28 feet
16 ounces (oz) = 1 pound (lb)

Page Contents
Sniper Rifles
Small Machine Guns
Machine Guns
Acronyms/Terms Definitions

Weapon NameCountry of OriginAmmunitionSpecsApprox Weight
New Arms Tech TTR-700 (1)USA7.62 x 51 mm Tactical Takedown Rifle (TTR)
Leupold VX-II 3-9x40mm Tactical Scope
suppressor ready
foldaway stock
deadly to 400 yards or more
14.3lbs in saddle bag (including rifle system, field lubricants, cleaning kit, and soft case)
Special Purpose Rifle (SPR)USA5.56 X 45 mm NATO plastic stock
sniper scope/night vision
OPS Inc. suppressor
20 or 30 round magazine

Weapon NameCountry of OriginAmmunitionSpecsApprox Weight
Diemaco SFW (1, 2)Canada5.56 x 45 mm NATO Special Forces Weapon (SFW)
C7 flat top family
equipped with M203A1 grenade launcher
C79 optical scope mount
30 or 100 round magazine
Gun + Empty Clip + C79 + 30rd Clip = 9.7lbs w/o M203A1
SIG Sawyer SG 552 Commando (1)Switzerland5.56 x 45 mm scope rail with optical scope
clear 30 round clip
Clip-Clik clip fastening mold (allows several clips to connect together)
fold-away stock with face rest

Weapon NameCountry of OriginAmmunitionSpecsApprox Weight
FN P90 (1, 2, 3, 4)Belgium5.7 x 28 mm can penetrate a NATO Kevlar helmet at 150 meters
can penetrate an armoured flak jacket at 100 meters
recoil power is 2/3 of an equivalent full-power 9mm Parabellum round
red-dot laser or Infra Red (IR) laser sight can be fitted
optical scope mount
top loading, 50 round magazine
Teflon coated bullets
H&K MP5 A3 (1)Germany9mm Parabellum tactical flashlight located at front
30 round, double stack clip
H&K MP5-E0D (1)Germany9mm Parabellum equipped with grenade launcher
tactical silencer (suppresses both noise and flash)

Weapon NameCountry of OriginAmmunitionSpecsApprox Weight
FN M249SAW LMG (1, 2)Belgium5.56 x 45 mm NATO Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW)
handheld Light Machine Gun (LMG)
plastic stock
disintegrating 100 round belt
M2 Heavy Barrel (1, 2)USA.50 BMG Browning Machine Gun (BMG)
2-stage pull-out link system
short recoil
effective rage of more than 1 mile
disintegrating 100 round link belt

Weapon NameCountry of OriginAmmunitionSpecsApprox Weight
Para Ordnance 14.45 LDA Limited (1, 2)Canada.45ACP Light Double Action (LDA)
double action trigger
polymer stocks
14 round clip (+1 in chamber)
1911 style pistol
adjustable sites
34-40 oz
H&K USP (1, 2)Germany9mm, .40S&W, .45ACP polymer stocks
3-dot sights
short recoil
customizable tritium sights and mini-laser
26-30 oz
Kimber Stainless II (1, 2)USA.38Super, .40S&W, .45ACP combat pistol
black synthetic stocks
M1911 style singe-action
38 oz
Desert Eagle (1, 2, 3, 4)Israel.357MAG, .44MAG, .400CorBon, .50AE gas operated
.357 = 9-shot mag / .44 = 8-shot mag / .440 & .50 = 7-shot mag
strong magnum pistol
unique variety of customizations
52-72 oz

Acronym/TermDefinitionAdditional Information
AmmunitionProjectiles fired using weaponsThere is a broad library of bullet sizes, each one with its advantages. A 9mm clip can hold more 9mm bullets than .45 because they are smaller. However, .45 bullets are larger and as a result, result in more damage but means less bullets can be placed into a clip.
CQBClose Quarter BattleAn occurence where a hostile enemy is located very near or directly infront of you. You'd use a sniper rifle for long range so you'd use a pistol or rifle for close combat.
FNFabrique NationaleA manufacturing company that creates many weapons, including the M249SAW LMG used in many militaries around the world, including the USA and the P90 known for it's high fire rate.
GemtechSuppressor manufacturersWell known for their AR-15 suppressors, Gemtech has a wide variety of silencers for many weapons such as the FNP90 and the Diemaco SFW.
HMGHeavy Machine GunsWeapons that are usually large in size and weight. They usually require belt fed (chain linked) bullet links that are fed from a 50 or 100 round container. These weapons are known to remain in one position when firing, due to either their recoil or heavy weight.
KACKnight's Armament CompanyA company that manufactures rails for guns.
LMGLight Machine GunsWeapons that, unlike HMGs, are more versatile, lighter and can be moved around easier and in most cases, fired by hand without the use of a tripod or bipod.
NVDNight Vision DeviceUsed mostly on HMGs, LMGs, Rifles, and some SMGs to help aid the operator in seeing in the dark. One drawback however is that the device is sensitive to light and fragile.
RailsInstalled on weapons Rails are installed on a weapon's body which then allow it to house a variety of accessories such as flashlights, lasers, scopes, NVDs, etc.
RASRail Adapter SystemRails on which any optics and accesories can be mounted on.
ScopeMagnification deviceThere are a wide variety of scopes that can be mounted on rifles of all sorts, most SMGs, and some pistols. The purpose of a scope is to provide the operator with a certain level of magnification and accurate targetting so that he or she can use the weapon to a greater extent. All sniper rifles have scopes, for the obvious reason that most targets would be located far away. On a scope, there is a dile that allows the user to adjust the magnification settings with the distance the target is from the rifle.
SMGSmall Machine GunsSemi or Full automatic weapons that are usually small in size.
SOCOMSpecial Operations CommandAs the name implies, this is a section of the military that is very discreet with it's operations, most of which never reach the public.
SuppressorUsed to silence weaponsSuppressors, AKA silencers, are used only on weapons that have barrels that are customized to accept them. Used to muffle the sound of gun shots and usually hide the flash the gun creates. They're known to cause innacuracy in bullet trajectories, however newer models have been designed to actually increase accuracy (e.g. Gemtech).

Special thanks for the images to: Diemaco, Security Arms, Para Ordnance,
Accurate Reloading, and Arizona Gun Runners.