Weapons. (What ?? No binoculars)
Get a good grip and hold on tight as you silently fly from one place to another with the zip line.
These non-lethal grenades are used to confuse, disorient, and even momentarily incapacitate a potential threat and can seriously degrade the combat effectiveness of affected personnel. As their name implies, flash bangs produce a blinding 1 million Candela flash and a deafening 170-180 decibel blast. When detonated, they remain intact to produce no fragmentation. The steel body tube has holes along the sides to allow the blast of light and sound to be emitted.
SCAR-H / SCAR-L:
The SCAR is available in a number of calibers for both short and long range combat. It emerged as the winner of a 2005 US SOCOM competition to find a new rifle for Special Forces. It’s compatible with a number of different calibers—not just 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition.
This assault rifle is designed based on interchangeable modules, and has the capability to take a variety of accessories. Within today’s army requiring a wide range of units with different needs, the modular design of the F 2000 allows the standard rifle to be reconfigured to specific mission requirements.
A 5.56mm gas-operated assault rifle, this is the standard rifle of choice for many armies around the world. It was designed to be accurate, reliable, and simple to use—three very important qualities for soldiers in the field. The G36E is equipped with a 30-round magazine.
The reliable light machine gun has a dual drum 100-round magazine capable of mowing down entire platoons within seconds.
The MP-7 is a compact submachine gun, with a magazine inserted into the pistol grip, a folding forward grip, and a telescoped butt stock. It’s designed to fire unique high-velocity 4.6x30mm-caliber spitzer-pointed ammunition. The MP-7 can be effectively used in close combat n a close-quarter battle. This gun is capable of penetration of body armor (1.6mm of Titanium plus 20 layers of Kevlar) at 200 meters
Often mistakenly called a Rocket Propelled Grenade, RPG is the Russian acronym for Ruchnoi (Handheld) Protivotankovye (Anti-Tank) Granatamyot (Grenade Launcher). The RPG-7 is a handheld, shoulder-launched anti-tank weapon capable of firing an unguided rocket containing an explosive warhead. RPGs are also very effective against lightly armored or unarmed vehicles and against fixed positions.
The ultimate solution for scaling buildings and cliffs or clearing hazards, the grappling hook is the perfect tool for pulling yourself out of tight situations.
Generally used by law enforcement as a non-lethal riot-control agent, tear gas is an aerosol-dispersed chemical compound that causes immediate tearing of the eyes, mild respiratory convulsion, an increase in blood pressure and pulse, as well as the irritation of mucous membranes. Members of the US armed forces and other countries are often exposed to tear gas during initial training to show the importance of properly fitting gas masks. Of course, if your enemies see it coming, they’ll have time to deploy their gas masks and avoid the effects.
This lightweight 6x6 vehicle is ideal for desert reconnaissance, surveillance, and escort missions. With its multiple mounted machine guns, however, it is also an offensive force to be reckoned with.
The Apache is the Army's primary attack helicopter. It is a quick-reacting, airborne weapon deployment system that can fight up close or far away to devastate enemy forces.
The Apache is designed to fight and survive day or night, in any condition. The principal mission of the Apache is the destruction of high-value targets with its 16 HELLFIRE laser-designated missiles. It also employs a 30mm chain gun and Hydra rockets that are lethal against a wide variety of targets. The Apache has the ability to withstand hits from 23mm rounds in critical areas.
ATVs aren’t just for fun anymore. When you need a compact 4-wheel-drive vehicle to zip around variable desert terrain, this will do the trick
The BMP-3 infantry combat vehicle entered production in the late 1980s. It is a tracked, armored, amphibious vehicle designed to engage armored ground and air targets while stationary, on the move, and afloat. Its main armament is a 100mm 2A70 semi-automatic rifled gun/missile launcher that can engage tanks as well as slow, low-flying targets such as helicopters. Armament also includes a 30mm 2A72 automatic gun.
Civilian Pick-up Truck
This is a good choice for transporting troops in a hurry, but its lack of armor can easily turn the pick-up into a mobile graveyard for you and anybody hitching a ride in the back. At least you have a mounted gun to deal out a stream of bullets.
The HIND is a close counterpart to the Apache. The five-blade main rotor is mounted on top of fuselage midsection, while short, stubby, weapon-carrying wings are mounted at the fuselage midsection. It’s equipped with eight AT-6 ATGMs, 30mm rounds, and two 57mm rocket pods. Its armored cockpit and titanium rotor heads are able to withstand 20mm cannon hits.
The most nimble way to navigate on water, the jet ski lets you sneak up on enemies and make hairpin 180s on a dime.
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