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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

 Used By CJ
 Manufacturer Walther
 Country of Origin Germany
 First Production Year 1931
 Cartridge 9mm x 17mm (.380 auto)
 Magazine Capacity 6 round box
 Type Feed Inline
 Locking System None
 Barrel Length 3.35 in./85mm
 System Operation Blowback - Semi-Auto - Double Action
 Max. Effective Range 40m
 Max. Range 80m 
 Muzzle Velocity 924 fps/280 mps
 Applied Safety Blocks firing pin.
Operator Notes:

An excellent and reliable firearm of outstanding manufacture. Though very easily concealed it does not shoot a powerful enough cartridge for today's world. The Walther PPK was a slight modification of the Walther PP which came out in 1929. The PP (Polizei Pistole) was designed as a law enforcement firearm and the PPK (Polizei Pistole Kriminal) as it's more concealable version. The PPK is double action first shot and single action thereafter. The safety also acts as a decocker and blocks the firing pin when activated. These Walther pistols were among the first pocket semi-autos and are still a standard by which other pocket pistols are measured. The primary caliber was always .32 ACP but CJ used the .380 auto version. The .22 LR and .25 ACP versions were also manufactured but the .25 ACP is extremely rare. This weapon was manufactured for service in the German Army all through World War II and is still in production today. Older copies can be found throughout the world.

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