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COD: Ghosts Weapons List (Correct Information)

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Weapons List (as of 5/28/13)

 

Note: As of 5/28/13, this list uses the Ghosts Reveal Trailer and the Behind the Scenes(BtS) Trailer below as references. Some guns do not have an in-game picture on this thread due to lack of a good quality. Time stamps are provided next to the name, so please feel free to view them.

 

Official Call of Duty: Ghosts Reveal Trailer

 

Official Call of Duty: Ghosts Behind the Scenes Preview Video

 

 

Assault Rifles:

 

AAC Honey Badger - 0:57(Reveal):

 

Country: U.S.A.

Manufacturer: AAC

Cartridge: .300 ACC Blackout

Fire Rate: 750 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: High

Range: High

Recoil: Medium

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds

 

The AAC Blackout PDW, or "Honey Badger", is a personal defense weapon based around a lightweight and stealthy full-power M4 platform. The Badger has a retractable stock and an integrated suppressor yet packs the .300 Blackout as opposed to a M4's .223(5.56x45mm). The Badger has a small profile but packs the raw stopping power of the .300 Blackout. This allows the Badger to operate in CQB environments, where an smg would be preferred, as well as mid/long-range engagements, where an assault rifle would be preferred. This niche between the classes makes the Badger a very versatile weapon.

 

A soldier holding a Honey Badger.

 

A real-life Honey Badger.

 

 

CZ805 - 0:39 and 1:43(Reveal):


Country: Czech Republic

Manufacturer: CZ

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm NATO

Fire Rate: 700 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Medium

Range: Medium

Recoil: Low-Medium

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds

 

The CZ805 Bren is Czech assault rifle designed to replace the aging Czech military service rifle. It is based off the SCAR platform and retains qualities of it, such as the folding stock, charging handle, and upper reciever styling. The weapon does have a polymer reciever and full length barrel.

 

A soldier holding a CZ805.


A real-life CZ805.

 

 

AK47 - 1:02(Reveal)

 

Country: Russia

Manufacturer: Izhmash

Cartridge: 7.62x39mm

Fire Rate: 600 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: High

Range: High

Recoil: Medium-High

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds

 

The AK-47 is a russian assault rifle chambered in 7.62x39. It is extremely well-known by many for its durability, reliability, and raw stopping power at the expense of some serious recoil. The variant in-game is unclear, however, and the in-game models are still using the MW3 AK model. This does not lead to the AK-47 not being in the game, seeing as it has been in every IW iteration and the setting of the game practically demands its presence.

 

Soldiers holding AK47s.


A real-life AK-47.

 

 

MTAR-21 - 1:03(BtS)

 

Country: Israel

Manufacturer: IMI

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm NATO

Fire Rate: 800 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Medium

Range: Medium

Recoil: Low-Medium

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds


The MTAR (Micro Tavor Assault Rifle), is a bullpup assault rifle made by Israel Military Industries. It is chambered in the 5.56x45mm NATO round and uses 30-round STANAG magazines. The MTAR-21 is ambidextrous and shooter-friendly, having ejection ports on both sides of the rifle to be easily reconfigured for either hand. The receiver is made of reinforced plastic and is waterproof and lightweight, making the rifle more suited to fast urban combat. It is similar to the TAR-21, its "bigger brother", although it is scaled-down and has different aesthetic features such as the handguard. It is currently phasing out the TAR-21 as the standard issued weapon of the Israeli infantry.



A high-poly render of the MTAR.

 

A real-life MTAR-21.

 


FN FAL - 2:01 and 2:28(BtS)

 

Country: Belgium

Manufacturer: FN Herstal

Cartridge: 7.62x51mm

Fire Rate: 650 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: High

Range: High

Recoil: Medium

Magazine Size: 20 Rounds

 

 

The FN FAL  is a Belgian Battle rifle manufactured by FN Herstal. The FAL is a self-loading battle rifle firing the full-power 7.62 NATO round. The FN FAL in-game features a rail system. Usually most associate the FAL as being a semi-automatic weapon because that is how it's been in previous games. Despite its real-life version having a select-fire ability, the FAL in Ghosts appears to be fully automatic; either they're changing it up this time around or a fire selector or modifier will be implemented.

 

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A first-person view of the FAL.

 

A real-life FN FAL.

 

 

ARX-160 - 4:04 and 4:07(BtS)

 

Country: Italy

Manufacturer: Beretta

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm NATO

Fire Rate: 700 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Medium

Range: Medium

Recoil: Low-Medium

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds

 

The ARX-160 is an Italian assault rifle designed for the Future Soldier program in Italy. It is chambered in the 5.56x45mm NATO and takes STANAG magazines. It features a monolithic upper rail and a folding stock. The ARX-160 also is built with polymer upper and lower recievers, making this rifle very lightweight.

 

A render of the ARX-160.

 

A real-life ARX-160.

 

Submachine Guns:

 

KRISS Vector - 1:41(Reveal)

 

Country: United States

Manufacturer: KRISS

Cartridge: .45 ACP

Fire Rate: 1000 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Low

Range: Low

Recoil: Low

Magazine Size: 30 Rounds


 

The Vector is a submachine gun developed by Kriss. It uses an asymmetrical recoil and in-line design to reduce recoil and muzzle climb, making it an extremely fast-firing yet accurate SMG. This version is similar to the same as the Modern Warfare 2 version as it has a foldable stock, and a similar receiver, if not the same. It also has a black and tan finish, like the Modern Warfare 2 model.

 

A soldier holding a Vector.


A real-life Vector.

 

 

UMP45 - 2:45(BtS)

 

Country: Germany

Manufacturer: Heckler and Koch

Cartridge: .45 ACP

Fire Rate: 600 rpm

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Medium

Range: Medium

Recoil: Medium

Magazine Size: 25 Rounds

 

The UMP45(Universal Machine Pistol, .45) is a submachine gun chambered in .45 ACP. It was designed to be the "universal smg", replacing the MP5. Although failing to replace, it is is still widely popular with many forces around the world. It features a polymer construction and folding stock, making it ideal for CQB.

 

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A First-Person View of the UMP45.

 

A real-life UMP45.

 


Light Machine Guns:

None

 

Shotguns:

None

 

Sniper Rifles:

None

 

Launchers / Special Weapons:

 

APS - 0:33(BtS):

 

Country: Russia

Manufacturer: Tula Arms Plant

Cartridge: 5.66x39mm MPS

Rate of Fire: 600 RPM

Fire Mode: Fully Automatic

Damage: Medium

Range: Low

Recoil: Medium

Magazine Size: 26 Rounds

 

The APS is a rifle designed to shoot underwater. Its neccesity spawned from the U.S.S.R.'s need to fight against U.S. "frogmen" in the Cold War. The APS fires a steel-bolt round from its somewhat bulky magazine. Its barrel is not rifled, so firing outside of the water will greatly decrease accuracy. It is unknown if this weapon will be avaliable for multiplayer; educated guessing says it will not.

 

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A soldier holding the APS.

 

A real-life APS.

 

 

FN40GL - 4:04 aand 4:07 (BtS)

 

Country: Belgium / USA

Manufacturer: FN Herstal

Cartridge: 40mm LV

Rate of Fire: N/A

Fire Mode: Single-Shot

Damage: Very High

Range: Medium-High

Recoil: Low

Magazine Size: 1 Round

 

The FN40GL is a grenade launcher designed (but not limited to) the SCAR platform. It is designed after the F200's GL1, and uses the same system the M204 does. The FN40GL's loading chamber swivels from side to side as opposed to the M203's linear sliding chamber, allowing longer shells to be used.

 

An ARX-160 with a FN40GL mounted under it.

 

A real-life FN40GL.

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