The MP7A1 is a German Personal Defence Weapon (PDW) fed with 40 rounds of 4.6x30mm. It is well-balanced between damage, accuracy and recoil, making it versatile to defeat body armor as well as being competent with the FN P90.
The TDI Vector, or Kriss Super V is an American submachine gun fed with 25 rounds of .45 ACP. Despite the drawback of low rate of fire coupled with the ammunition capacity, it boasts decent damage, excellent accuracy and low recoil, making it versatile.
Although classified as an SMG, the K1A is chambered with twenty 5.56 NATO rounds. Therefore, it is often referred to as a rifle or carbine outside South Korea. This model is intended to replace the M3 machine gun.
The Beretta MX4 Storm is the millitary version of the Beretta CX4 Storm pistol-calibre carbine. It has a 12-inch barrel length and is capable of automatic fire.
The AR-57 is an American Personal Defence Weapon (PDW) fed with 50 rounds of P90’s 5.7x28mm. This unique firearm has good accuracy and recoil control, not to mention its high rate of fire. An optical scope is attached to extend its usage for distant range battles.
A submachine gun manufactured by Chongqing Changfeng chambered with 50 rounds of 9mm Parabellum cartridge. It has a very good rate of fire but falls short in damage per round.
The HK416C, with “C” for Commando has a high degree of component commonality with the HK416 family, but uses a shortened buffer tube and a collapsible butt-stock similar to variants of H&K’s MP5 sub-machine gun and the HK53 carbine.
A jungle-styled attachment is added for quicker reloading during firefights.
While the M3 was chambered with the same .45 ACP round fired by the Thompson counterpart, it was cheaper to produce and lighter, although contrary to popular belief, it fared poorly in accuracy. The M3 was commonly referred to as the “Grease Gun” or simply “the Greaser,” owing to its visual similarity to the mechanic’s tool.
The Thompson submachine gun was an American masterpiece that gained notoriety during the Prohibition era as it was used by both law enforcement and criminals. Common nicknames for it include “Tommy Gun”, “Chicago Typewriter” and simply “the Thompson”.