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R12A2 Precision Rifle 'Akelda'

R12A2 'Akelda' is a precision rifle designed for snipers, scouts, and other specialists. Key design criteria were for the rifle to be lightweight, to feed from detachable magazines, to feature a free floated barrel, and to operate using a manual bolt action for repeatable lockup. Variants of this rifle system exist with barrel lengths ranging from 10", 14", and 16" to 20", 22" and 24", chosen by the sniper team based on the requirements of the specific mission. Special accurized ammunition loads are provided for each barrel length, plus subsonic loads for suppressed use. Two suppressors are available to operators of this weapons platform, a compact suppressor designed to hide all muzzle flash and provide mild sound suppression, and a much larger suppressor designed to significantly mask the rifle's report. 'Akelda' is equipped with a standard side mounted optics rail, on which a wide range of optical sighting systems be fitted - t

R9A1 Automatic Rifle 'Chloe'

R9A1 'Chloe' is an Automatic Rifle/Light Support Weapon variant of the R7A1 'Chrissanthe' service rifle. Both platforms share a lower receiver and fire control group, as well as sharing the 7.27x48mm round, but the R9A1 uses a unique upper reciever, barrel, and fore-end with built in bipod and heavy barrel. New precise long range iron sights are included as standard, allowing the R9 to be effective out to 1500 yards. The standard side rail for optical sights does exist, however requires a special offset sight to allow the feed tray lid to be accessed. The R9 system is not intended to act as a machine gun, rather a weapon not much heavier or bulkier than a rifle, but with enhanced ability to provide sustained suppressive fire. This weapon fulfils the same role as weapons such as the Browning Automatic Rifle and the RPK magazine fed machine gun. Unlike a true general purpose machine gun, the R9 does not feature a quick change barrel and is not an open bolt firearm,