Battlefield 2 MEC Weapons

Here is a full list of all the middle east coalition weapons in Battlefield 2.




AK-47

The Avtomat Kalashnikov-1947, or AK-47 as it’s commonly known, was designed by and named for its Russian inventor, Mikhail Kalashnikov. A sergeant during WWII, Kalashnikov began developing his new assault rifle in 1944 to take advantage of the lessons he learned during his time on the battlefield. He designed the AK-47 to be rugged, reliable, and simple in terms of operation and maintenance. Kalashnikov submitted his design to the Soviet Army in 1946 and it was adopted in 1947, giving the rifle its “47” designation.

AKS-47U Carbine

5.45mm Commando Assault Rifle: The AKS-74U was developed in the late 1970s as a personal defense weapon for tank, artillery, and helicopter crews as well as special operations forces—all of whom required a compact and powerful automatic weapon. Known for its extremely small size, the AKS-74U is just under three feet in length and weighs only six lbs. Nevertheless, it fires assault rifle ammunition and has a maximum range of over 200 meters. The AKS-74U features a shortened barrel and folding buttstock for easy handling and concealment as well as sliderails for attaching a silencer and/or a 30mm silenced grenade launcher.

AK-101

5.56mm Assault Rifle/Grenade Launcher: Designed as a replacement for the AK-47, the AK-101 is the new generation Kalashnikov assault rifle modified and updated to meet the needs of Russia’s contemporary military forces. It was finalized in early 1991 and tested by the Russian military soon after. A huge success, it was adopted as the Russian Army’s official assault rifle in the mid-1990s. The AK-101 stands out in three areas: rate of fire, accuracy, and flexibility. It can fire 600 rounds a minute in single, three-round, or full automatic bursts, and has an effective range of 1,000 meters. Receiver plates above and below the barrel allow for the attachment of scopes, night vision instruments, or a 40mm grenade launcher.

Baghra Pistol

The 9mm MP-444 Baghira is a subcompact pistol with a magazine capacity of 10 rounds. Its polymer frame construction with steel operational elements make it both lightweight and rugged, while its simple design makes it cheap to maintain, especially in comparison to the steel Makarov it replaced. The Baghira features a 101mm barrel and a special cocking featuring on the striker that allows for double-action operation or preliminary cocking.• Like most pistols used by the Russian army, the Baghira is made in the city of Izhevsk in the Western Ural mountains.

Defibrillator

Defibrillator, device that delivers an electrical shock to the hear in order to stop certain forms of rapid heart rhythm distrurbances. The shock changes a fibrillation to an organized rhythm or changes a very rapid and inneffective cardiac rhythm to a slower, more effective one. In a typically hospital defibillator, voltage stored by the defibrillator pushes electrical current through the chest to deliver a muscle-contracting jolt to the hear; the current is transmitted by means of electrodes or paddles placed on the chest.

C4-Detonator & Explosives

C4 is a common variety of military plasitc explosive specifically designed for demolition. Soft and malleable, C4 can be applied to irregular and/or curved surfaces in order to efficiently cut structural beams and girders-or used to breach steel or armor-reinforced doors and entryways. Requiring a detonator for use, C4 is relatively safe on its own. It's immune to bullets and open flame and can be stored or planted safely in any type of climate. C4 is commonly packed in one-lb block charges and only a few are needed to destroy an enemy building, bridge, or ship.

Dragunov SVD

7.62mm Sniper Rifle: Developed in the late 1960s, the Dragunov SVD was the standard military sniper rifle of the Soviet era and remains in widespread service with the Russian Army today. Yet, the Dragunov is not a sniper rifle in the general sense. It was designed primarily to increase the effective range of an infantry squad’s firepower, rather than eliminate a single, dedicated target covertly. The Dragunov is gas-operated, semi-automatic, and fires 30 rounds per minute with a maximum effective range of 1,300 meters (3/4 mile). Its exclusive optical sight contains an illuminated rangefinder and an infrared detection aid, making the rifle effective at night against targets with infrared emitters.In the hands of a trained soldier, the Dragunov can increase the range of an infantry squad from 300 meters to over 600 meters.

Combat Knife

The soldier's best friend, the combat knife has been in use since the earliest days of human conflict. Next to the rifle, the knife is the primary tool in any soldier's kit and is relied upon in many situations: combat, self-defense, and survival. Most modern knives are equipped with a seven-inch, ever-shrap stainless steel blade and a lightweight resin handle, and some versions contain a small survival kit which includes items such as a compass, fishing line, and matches. While antiquated in the company of other 21-st Century weapons, soldiers in all of the world's armies are still taught knife combat skills in basic training.

Kord: 12.7mm Mounted Heavy Machine Gun

A new development in the Russian heavy machinegun class, the Kord replaces numerous obsolete weapons held over from the Soviet era. It is lighter, more accurate, and more reliable than its predecessors, and can be mounted on a variety of vehicles or installations. Similar in design to its American counterpart, the M2HB Browning, the Kord’s advantage is its advanced cooling system which ensures accurate, sustained firing of its large 12.7mm rounds. It can chamber armor-piercing, incendiary, and tracer rounds, and is equally effective on low flying aircraft, lightly armored vehicles, and concentrated enemy personnel at ranges up to 2,000 meters.

MEC Mines

After the tank's apperance in WWI, the landmine was developed to counter its effectiveness and dominance on the battlefield. The weapon proved a success during that war and it was further innovated during WWII, when millions of mines were planted on various European and North African battlefields. Modern landmines are smaller, lighters, and technologically superior to these older models, and they can be set to immobilize a tank or vehicle or completely destroy it. To comply with international treaties, most possess self-destruct or self-neutralization features in order to prevent friendly and non-combatant casualities. Landmines are emplaced by vehicle-mounted launchers, or dopped by helicopters or fixed wing aircraft.

RPK-74: 5.45mm Light Machine Gun

The RPK-74 is a squad-level, light machine gun which was developed by the Soviet Military in 1974. Similar in concept to the American M249 SAW (see American Weapons, p. xx), the RPK-74’s mission is to provide fire support for small assault teams composed of four to ten men. It produces a large volume of fire—up to 600 rounds per minute—with a higher muzzle velocity than other guns in its class, and has a maximum range of 2,500 meters (1 miles). At 10 lbs the RPK-74 is light enough to be carried by a single man on the team and can be shoulder-fired or mounted on a bipod to improve accuracy.

Saiga 12K: Semi-automatic Shotgun

The Saiga 12K is a 12 gauge, smooth bored shotgun designed to defeat enemies in close quarter firefights and urban assault operations. Based on the proven AK-47 assault rifle design, the Saiga is semi-automatic and magazine-fed, and it can be fitted with either a side-folding buttstock or pistol grip for use in confined spaces. Extremely flexible when it comes to ammunition, the Saiga is equipped to fire both two-and-three-quarter-inch standard and three-inch magnum loads interchangeably from a five- or eight-round detachable magazine. When firing in semi-automatic mode, a specialized gas regulator reduces recoil which gives the Saiga improved accuracy at longer ranges.

Smoke Gernade

A smoke grenade produces either white or colored smoke for short periods of time. Although similar in design to the fragmentation grenade, the smoke grenade has no explosive potential. Smoke is produced from a delayed chemical reaction within the grenade. Troops typically use smoke grenades to conceal their movement from the enemy, such as instances when they must cross open ground or charge a defended position. Smoke grenades are also effective as a ground-to-ground or a ground-to-air signal and a target or landing zone marking device.

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