Modern Warfare Remastered mini-pack

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Merry Fucking Christmas.

Originally intended to release this in Christmas Eve, but due to my lack of foresight it got delayed.
Well it’s here now. Small pack of a few choice weapons from MWR. Three more weapons are planned and will come later.

WARNING: If you plan on making these sweps, please contact me first, there is something important I must tell you. Thank you for understanding.

Contains:

Sears Ranger Sawn-Off with mechanical bodygroups
12 Gauge Shell
Schmeisser MP44 with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
7.92x33mm Kurz round
Degtyaryov RPD with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
7.62x38mm M43 round
Ingram MAC-10 with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
.45 ACP round

Sears Ranger

Ranger was the brand name given to shotguns produced by Sears and Roebuck during the early 20th Century. This particular one is possibly a Stevens Riverside Model 315 or a Stevens Model 330. Further identification is impossible at this time.

Name: Sears Ranger (Sawn-Off)

Manufacturer: Sears, Roebuck and Company
Class: Hunting Shotgun
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Action: Single shot
Ammunition type: breech-loaded
Ammunition capacity: 2 side by side barrels
Weight: Unknown, presumably below 3 kg

Maschinepistole 44

A further development of the MKb 42(H) and the MP43, the MP44 boasted several minor improvements. Despite the project being renamed to avoid Hitler’s attention, he nevertheless found out and ordered the project cancelled once again, before being persuaded to the contrary. Eventually Hitler decided to test the rifle for himself and was so impressed that he had it put into production under a new designation, the StG44.

Name: MP44

Manufacturer: C.G. Haenel Waffen und Fahrradfabrik
Class: Assault Rifle
Caliber: 7.92x33mm Kurz
Action: semi-automatic, fully automatic, 550-600 RPM
Ammunition type: detachable box magazine
Ammunition capacity: 30-round box magazine
Weight: ~4.6 kg

Degtyaryov RPD

Also known as the RPD-44, the RPD was designed in 1943 as a replacement for the aged DP machine gun chambered in a new intermediate cartridge. Despite being accepted for service in 1944, low production rates meant that the weapon only began to appear in the field commonly after WW2. Despite being one of the first SAW’s, the RPD was hampered by having a non-disintegrating belt and heavy weight. The RPD served as the main squad machine gun of the Soviet Army until it was replaced by the RPK series, which was magazine-fed and possessed compatibility with the Kalashnikov rifles. Despite this, it remains in service with the militaries of several countries, with civilian versions created in the US.

Name: Ruchnoy Pulemyot Degtyaryova 44

Manufacturer: Various Soviet factories, including Degtyaryov Plant
Class: Light Machine Gun
Caliber: 7.62x39mm M43
Action: fully automatic, 650-750 RPM
Ammunition type: non-disintegrating belt stored in a drum belt carrier
Ammunition capacity: 100-round non disintegrating belt
Weight: ~8.0 kg

Ingram MAC-10

A compact machine pistol developed in 1964 by Gordon Ingram, notable for it’s incredibly simple and compact design. Essentailly a box that shoots out bullets, the MAC-10 was cheap, reliable and light. A unique two-stage suppressor was developed for it by Sionics that not only made the weapon almost completely silent but also increase it’s accuracy and made it more controllable in automatic fire, as the MAC-10 was difficult to control and had horrendous accuracy. Owing to it’s characteristics, it became a weapon of choice for military vehicle crews and criminals, especially with how easy it was to convert the semi-automatic civilian version into automatic fire.

Name: MAC-10

Manufacturer: Military Armament Corporation
Class: Machine Pistol
Caliber: .45 ACP, also available in 9x19mm Parabellum
Action: semi-automatic, fully automatic, 1090 RPM
Ammunition type: detachable box magazine
Ammunition capacity: 32-round detachable box magazine
Weight: ~3.0 kg

Please report any bugs that you find.

Credits:
Infinity Ward and Raven Software for Modern Warfare Remastered
The people of Facepunch and my friend Auditor for the various models
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins

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Wanted to release this as a new years released but got delayed.

All guns I wanted from MWR are now done. I will probably not work on more.

WARNING: If you plan on making these sweps, please contact me first, there is something important I must tell you. Thank you for understanding.

Contains:

Kalashnikov PKM with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
7.62x54mmR round
IMI Mini Uzi with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
9x19mm Parabellum round
Barrett M82A1 with mechanical bodygroups
Separate models for the bodygroups
.50 BMG/12.7x99mm NATO round

Kalashnikov PKM

A machine gun developed in 1961 on the basis on the AK and Maxim mechanisms, to supply the Red Army with a weapon to repalce the RP-46, SG-43 and SGM machine guns. It features an Maxim right side feed coupled with the action from an AK rifle and is fed from 50-round belts. The improved PKM version was developed in 1969 featuring a modified stock and an adjustable cheek rest, ribbed receiver covers, unfluted barrel and a new smaller muzzle break, though most PKMs used the original muzzle break from the PK. This new version was lighter, cheaper and easier to use. It was adopted by the Soviet Army and exported to many other countries. To this day it still sees service in Russian and abroad.

Name: Pulemyot Kalashnikova Modernizirovanniy

Manufacturer: Degtyaryov Plant
Class: Medium Machine Gun
Caliber: 7.62x54mmR
Action: fully automatic, ~650 RPM
Ammunition type: non-disintegrating belt stored in a box belt carrier
Ammunition capacity: 50-round non disintegrating belt. belt carrier box can hold 5 belts
Weight: ~7.5 kg

IMI Mini Uzi

A more compact version of the Uzi smg featuring smaller dimensions and a skeletal folding stock, design for machine pistol usage. The smaller body does not just reduce weight, as the smaller bolt also increases the cyclic rate to approximately 950 RPM.

Name: Mini Uzi

Manufacturer: IMI
Class: Machine Pistol / Submachinegun
Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum
Action: semi-automatic, fully automatic, ~950 RPM
Ammunition type: detachable box magazine
Ammunition capacity: 32-round detachable box magazine
Weight: ~2.7 kg

Barrett M82A1

The weapon that codified the Anti-Materiel Rifle, bringing back the early century Anti-Tank Rifle as an anti-equipment and counter sniping weapon. The improved M82A1 version was the first to find commerical success and features a redesigned frame and muzzle break. The further improved M82A1M version would replace the scope mount with a full-length rail, becoming the ubiquitous version of the weapon. The M82’s many variants remains to this day in service with various countries and militaries.

Name: Barrett M82A1

Manufacturer: Barrett Firearms
Class: Anti-Materiel Rifle
Caliber: .50 BMG / 12.7x99mm NATO
Action: semi-automatic
Ammunition type: detachable box magazine
Ammunition capacity: 10-round detachable box magazine
Weight: ~14.0 kg

Please report any bugs that you find.

Credits:
Infinity Ward and Raven Software for Modern Warfare Remastered
The people of Facepunch and my friend Auditor for the various models
Farengar for rigging the bipod spring
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins