The M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR) is a lightweight, magazine-fed 5.56mm weapon used by the United States Marine Corps.
It is intended to enhance an automatic rifleman’s maneuverability thanks to an attached scope, and it is based on the Heckler & Koch HK416.
An American multipurpose machine gun which holds 100 rounds of 7.62mm. It boasts a powerful attack, making it very lethal but without mounting, it is difficult to lug around with.
The Russian PK Machinegun is a belt-fed, general purpose machine gun that holds 120 rounds of 7.62mm per belt container. It is equipped with the same operation system that the AK-47 utilizes and its excellent damage provides reliability in dishing out lots of hurt in combat.
The MG3 AA (anti-aircraft) is a German heavy machine gun fed with 150 rounds of 7.62 NATO cartridges. It boasts superior firepower and an excellent rate of fire that exceeds other weapons in its class. With stellar performance and wide attack range, it becomes a nightmare for enemies under its crosshair.
The K12 is based on the K3’s design, layout, and function using a gas piston and rotating bolt. It is fed through a STANAG M13 disintegrating belt link and therefore unable to accept magazines.
The sight is attached on a Mil-Std 1913 rail, which is also on the feed cover and both sides of the handguard.
The QJY-88, also known as the Type 88 LMG is a 5.8×42mm Chinese light machine gun designed in the late 1980s by Norinco. It was intended to replace the obsolete Type 67 machine gun in service with the PLA.
The XM214 was a prototype 5.56mm rotary-barreled machine gun. It was designed and built by General Electric, but failed to reach mass production. Also known as the Microgun, the XM214 was a scaled-down version of the M134 “minigun”, firing M193 5.56×45mm ammunition.
Unfortunately, it never saw an official release in Counter-Strike Online 2.