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WEAPONS..INFORMATION
Generic weapon's data and sniper system's data

Glossary of terms

PISTOLS:
Glock 17
Glock 19

Glock 21
SIG Sauer P226
SIG Sauer P229
SIG Sauer P229S
SIG Sauer P232
MK23
M1911A1
Beretta 92
PPK
PM

SUBMACHINE GUNS:
MP5SD
MP5K-PDW
MP5A3
UZI
Mac 10
vz. 61Skorpion
951-A

SNIPER RIFLES:
MSG-90
PSG-1
Remington 700
SVD
Grizzly 50 Big Boar
SR9(T)
R93

ASSAULT RIFLES:
Steyr AUG
CAR-15
M16A1
AK-47

SHOTGUNS:
M1 Super 90
M-37

SPECIALS:
FIM 92A
Stinger RMP, Man Portable, Shoulder Fired, Infrared Guided, Anti-Aircraft Missile
M60E3
General Purpose Machine Gun or Medium Machine Gun
M203
Grenade launcher/with M16
M72A2 LAW
Light anti-armor weapon

 Episode 'Hide and Seek' ....
The enemy, Gabriel, firing the Fim Stinger RMP
Used By Opposition
Manufacturer General Dynamics
Country of Origin United States of America
First Production Year 1974
Warhead 1 lb. Warhead arms 1 second after launch or 300m from launch tube
Self Destruct 17 seconds plus/minus 2 seconds
Max. Target Speed 660 kts.
Max. Range 5.9 km (classified range further)
Max. Altitude 4.8 km (classified range higher)
Max. Velocity Supersonic (actual speed classified)
Total Weight 33 lbs./15 kg.
Missile Weight 22 lbs./10 kg.
Battery Coolant Unit
(BCU) Life
45 seconds
Backblast Danger Area 15m
Minimum Firing Angle 10 deg.
Maximum Firing Angle 65 deg.
Launch motor .07 seconds burn time
Coast phase .25 seconds (7-9 m from launch tube)
Flight Motor  5.9 seconds burn time

Operator Notes:

The Stinger RMP (Reprogramable Micro Processor) is the 3rd generation improvement of the original Stinger. It is specially designed to defeat infrared countermeasures. It is probably the best shoulder fired IR guided anti-aircraft system in the world today. The US has tried to keep strict control of all the weapons she has produced but hasn't always been successful. The Weapons Round Container (WRC) contains one certified round and 3 BCUs. A certified round is the Launch tube containing a missile and the gripstock. The Battery Coolant Units provide the electrical power and cool the seeker head during acquisition of target. The sighting system for this is a basic iron sight system (actually plastic). No fancy electronics or optics are needed. A speaker by the firer's ear will sound a higher pitched tone when the missile has locked onto a heat source. The square panels on the right side of the system are the IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) antenna that provide positive feedback whether you are engaging a friendly or an unknown target. You interrogate an aircraft by pushing the button on the IFF code box. One long beep means NATO aircraft. Two short beeps means US aircraft. Multiple beeps means unknown aircraft. No beeps means your IFF is malfunctioning. This isn't a failsafe system. It's a simple warning system. You can still engage friendly aircraft if you desire. After firing, remove the used BCU and the empty missile tube from the gripstock. Attach another live missile tube and insert another BCU and you are ready for your next engagement.

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