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BM-82 Mortar

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Sep 20, 2021 2:32 pm

BM-82 INFANTRY MORTAR


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OVERVIEW



With mortars being organic to any decent infantry unit, the old 2B14 Podnos mortars from the Soviet era were nearing the end of their lives in the 2000's era, having seen constant use through two wars. Although 82mm ammunition is produced in Lauzanne, the time called for a new mortar developed and manufactured indigenously.

the BM-82 is another Blanchard Manufacturing product, a mortar with lighter weight, faster takedown/setup, and easier transportation compared to it's successor, it has enjoyed popularity in the LDF for these very reasons. As of 2021, there are six mortars per infantry battalion.


SPECS



Name: BM-82
Total Weight w/ Base: 40.8 kg
Barrel length: 1,300mm
Calibre: 82mm
Rate of fire: 8-18 sustained, 20-30 rapid Rounds per Minute
Range: 100m-4,350m
Crew: 4
Elevation: 45°- 85°
Traverse without moving bipod: 8°


Cost Per Unit: $15,000 NSD

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BM-120 Heavy Mortar

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Sep 20, 2021 3:00 pm

BM-120 HEAVY MORTAR


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For the LDF, many units had organic 82mm mortars but the heaviest piece of artillery in use was the 2B9 Vasilek automatic mortar. With studies of Western equipment and captured examples of the 2S12 Sani mortar in the Refusal War, a 120mm mortar was drawn up for mechanised units and other infantry to use when the situation called for heavier mobile firepower that didn't warrant deployment of howitzers.

the BM-120 is the heaviest mortar in LDF service, with a maximum range exceeding 7km. Western standard ammunition is used, an interesting change for the normally Russian-derived Lauzannean equipment.


SPECS



Name: BM-120
Total Weight w/ Base: 150.2kg
Barrel length: 1,400mm
Calibre: 120mm
Rate of fire: 4 Sustained RPM
Range: 7,100m
Crew: 5
Elevation: 45°- 85°
Traverse without moving bipod: 8°


Cost Per Unit: $20,000 NSD

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Karabin Norova Mod.21 Carbine

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Dec 17, 2021 12:55 pm

KARABIN NOROVA MOD.21 CARBINE


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While the AN-21 was able to serve most infantry needs handily, the same could not be said for tankers, vehicle crews and other branches that needed a compact rifle for self defence. While the AKS-74U had served faithfully since the late 70's, having the main service rifle adopted without a carbine would complicate the supply chain significantly. Thus, the Karabin version was developed and released to units alongside it's rifle and LMG counterparts.

First seeing field testing in the final weeks of the Spring War, the Karabin was later accepted into service in early 2021 alongside the rifle and LMG. Being issued to vehicle crews, tankmen, air crews and other specialists where weight reduction is important, the rifle has been viewed positively despite the added complexity of the weapon system. Full replacement of the system in the LDF's small arms stocks is likely to take until 2026.

Retaining the same balanced recoil system as the rifle and LMG, it allows for users to lay down accurate suppressing fire with a very compact system, or for rapid follow-on shots against attackers not in cover.

Provisions are made to mount grenade launchers as well as bayonets at the user's discretion. Rifles can be sold in either the AN-21-5 (5.45x39), AN-21-6 (5.56) or AN-21-7 (7.62x39) configurations. The barrel is threaded, allowing for replacement by a rifle grenade muzzle or suppressor.


SPECS



Name: Karabin Norova KN-21
Mass: 3.0kg
Length: 817mm (Stock Extended), 727mm (Stock collapsed), 570mm (Stock folded)
Barrel Length: 338mm


Calibre: 5.45x39 (KN-21-5), 5.56x45 NATO (KN-21-6), 7.62x39 (KN-21-7)
Action: Long-stroke gas piston with balanced recoil system.
Sights: Fixed front and rear sight, picatinny sight.
Capacity: 30 rounds (Standard magazine)
Rate of Fire: 850 RPM Cyclic
Effective Range: 300m


Cost Per Unit: $900 NSD

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Pulemyot Norova Mod.21 Light Machine Gun

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Dec 17, 2021 1:03 pm

PULEMYOT NOROVA MOD.21 LIGHT MACHINEGUN


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OVERVIEW



Rounding out the selection of Norova rifles on offer, the Pulemyot fulfils the role of the Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) and slots in with the RPK series of weapons in terms of role, design and function. Used by the LDF at the squad level for closer-range engagements that don't need the Raikka, paratroopers, reconnaissance teams and special forces, the PN-21 fills the gap between the assault rifle and the Raikka GPMG in service.

Fitted with a lengthened heavyweight barrel and gas system, the PN-21 boasts increased range and accuracy to 800m against point targets. Loaded with the steel-tip A5-3S ammunition gives enhanced armour penetration and terminal ballistics, along with tracer ammunition to allow for easier adjustment of fire. 90 round drum magazines are typically fitted for this fashion, allowing a high volume of fire in a relatively lightweight weapons system.

Provisions are made to mount grenade launchers as well as bayonets at the user's discretion. Rifles can be sold in either the AN-21-5 (5.45x39), AN-21-6 (5.56) or AN-21-7 (7.62x39) configurations. The barrel is threaded, allowing for replacement by a rifle grenade muzzle or suppressor. Magazines include the 30 round standard magazines, along with being reverse-compatible with all AK-74 magazines as well as a newly developed 90 round drum magazine.


SPECS



Name: Pulemyot Norova PN-21
Mass: 4.5kg
Length: 1035mm (Stock Extended), 945mm (Stock collapsed), 788mm (Stock folded)
Barrel Length: 338mm


Calibre: 5.45x39 (PN-21-5), 5.56x45 NATO (PN-21-6), 7.62x39 (PN-21-7)
Action: Long-stroke gas piston with balanced recoil system.
Sights: Fixed front and rear sight, picatinny sight.
Capacity: 30 rounds (Standard magazine), 90 rounds (Drum magazine)
Rate of Fire: 750 RPM Cyclic
Effective Range: 800m


Cost Per Unit: $1600 NSD

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AMR-14A Precision Anti Materiel Rifle

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Dec 20, 2021 5:59 am

AMR-14A "CROSSBOW" PRECISION ANTI MATERIEL RIFLE


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With the need for an anti-materiel rifle presenting itself in the early 2000's, the disparate stocks of .50 BMG and 12.7 or 14.5mm rifles made for the Refusal War needed to be streamlined. Developing the intermediate 14x108mm cartridge and 20x100L rounds from a shared parent case, the new round offered high velocities and an increased bullet weight over .50 BMG while reducing the immense recoil of the powerful 14.5x114. A competition was announced with three companies entering. The Zawisza-Lanik AMS-14, the Federalini Zbrojovka SAMR-14/20, and the Vozh Precision "Crossbow", as shown here.

Ivan Vozhov is considered by many to be either an eccentric madman, or a misunderstood genius. Primarily producing automotive components and match-grade parts for various rifles and pistols along with whole sporting rifles and pistols for civilian use, news of the contract lead to him and his team to work on designing their own entry, challenging the "Big Two" of weapons manufacturing in Lauzanne. Being a noted enthusiast for firearms and collector of many large anti-materiel rifles, Ivan personally lead the design work for the "Crossbow". When unveiled in the competition, Ivan was the one to initially demonstrate the rifle, and in stark contrast to the other two rifles shown, had an impressive capacity and excellent precision. Of note is the rather famous photograph of the first unveiling, where Ivan shot the rifle in a prone position while the rifle was fitted with an immense 20 round drum magazine.

Although lacking the lighter weight of the ZL offering and the compactness of both, the immense precision displayed with non-match grade ammunition impressed the Army, and it was adopted alongside the ZL AMS-14 into the Army. Although employed in limited numbers, the FZ offering was considered the weakest of the three due to high expense and lacking in some features compared to the other two on offer. Having served in Afghanistan and the Spring War, the now AMR-14A boasted impressive precision and destructive power when used to engage fortifications, equipment and vehicles used either by the Insurgents or the Red Star Movement. In one particularly interesting circumstance, a sniper within the 33rd Guards H. Mech. Btn managed to engage and destroy a T-72's primary gun sight at 1,620m using precision API ammunition. Such a rifle finds itself the favoured weapon for many operations, with the saving grace of the AMR-14 being its 25mm conversion.

The Crossbow is built for precision and recoil mitigation, utilising a detachable barrel for changing calibre or for easier transportation. The rifle uses a short-recoil system to cycle the weapon, augmented by shock absorbers in the rear of the receiver and a large muzzle brake to allow for less felt recoil when firing repeated shots. A thick shoulder pad and an adjustable cheek rest that can be reversed for left handed shooters is fitted, and for stability there is an adjustable front bipod and rear monopod to allow for precise adjustment of elevation. The barrel is free-floated and made of a heat-resistant steel to ensure precision even on repeated shots. A long Picatinny-standard rail allows for the fitting of a wide range of optics and additions including night scopes, and two magazine types are offered with the rifle: A 10-round double-stack magazine, or a 20-round snail-style drum for extended shooting from a static position.

The Crossbow is also offered in the following calibres: 12.7x108, .50 BMG and 14.5x114. Customers who purchase the rifle will receive a hard case and soft case with the rifle, extra barrel, one drum magazine, two box magazines, a scope, cleaning kit and tools.


SPECS



Name: Vozh Precision AMR-14A "Crossbow"
Mass (Scope, no Magazine): 22kg
Length: 1,875mm (Assembled), 1,103mm (Barrel Removed)
Barrel Length: 1,200mm


Calibre: 14x108mm/20x100L (AMR-14A), 12.7x108 (Crossbow-12), .50 BMG (Crossbow-50), 14.5x114 (Crossbow-14.5)
Action: Short recoil system with shock absorbers.
Sights: Picatinny Rail, 708mm length.
Capacity: 10 rounds (Standard magazine), 20 rounds (Drum magazine)
Effective Range: 2,300m
Maximum Range: under 5,000m
Accuracy: 0.4 MOA (Match-grade ammunition), 1 MOA (Standard ammunition)


AMMUNITION DATA

The standard heavy machine gun and anti-materiel rifle round in the LDF. Designed to reduce the size of the immense 14.5x114 ammunition. Ammunition comes in match-grade and standard, with headstamping.
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DesignationTypeBullet WeightMuzzle VelocityNotes
A11-1SFMJ Ball63g (972gr)970 m/sStandard HMG round. No coloured tip.
A11-1TBall/Tracer63g (972gr)970 m/sPaired with Ball in HMG belts. Red tip.
A11-1APSteel Core API65.2g (1006gr)1004 m/sSteel Core API. 15mm RHA @ 800m. Blue Tip.
A11-1APIHEIAP61.5g (950gr)1004 m/sPrimary AMR Round. Upscaled NM140 MP. Green Tip.
A11-1EAPSaboted Penetrator31.2g (481gr)1,270 m/sTungsten Carbide Sabot. 45mm RHAe @ 500m.


Necked up 14x108mm to take standard 20mm shells. Used for defensive actions and for increased power of heavy machine gun and anti materiel rifle fire. Ammunition comes supplied in the same standard, with 1MOA being the recorded accuracy of all ammunition.
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DesignationTypeShell WeightMuzzle VelocityNotes
A12-MPMultipurpose HE103g (1,589gr)790 m/sHardened Steel Penetrator. Silver tip, red band. Tracer has red ring around neck of cartridge.
A12-HEHigh Explosive Incendiary99.9g (1,543gr)790 m/sStandard HEI round. Yellow tip, green band. Tracer has red ring around neck of cartridge.
A12-ITInert/Training99.9g (1,543gr)790 m/sBallistically matched to HEI and MP rounds.
A12-APDSArmor Piercing Discarding Sabot48.5g (748gr)1097 m/sTungsten Carbide Sabot. 40mm RHAe @ 1000m



Cost Per Unit: $12,000 NSD

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AGS-32L "Belka" Automatic Grenade Launcher

Postby Lauzanne » Wed Dec 22, 2021 4:26 am

AGS-32L "BELKA" AUTOMATIC GRENADE LAUNCHER


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Owing to the Warsaw Pact roots of the LDF, the automatic grenade launcher concept plays a major role in battalion operations on the offensive and defensive. When deployed to Afghanistan, the LDF made significant use of the AGS-17 Plamya and the AGS-30 Atlant to suppress insurgent positions, destroy targets in defillade and remove cover used by the enemy. These weapons got so popular among the Airborne infantry posted to Afghanistan until 2013 that any patrol or convoy would almost refuse to set out with at least one on a vehicle. However, lack of standardised parts between the two weapons and a lack of AGS-30's due to deteriorating relations with Russia. In the late 2000's, a new contest was put forward to replace both launchers with a new indigenous 30x29mm AGL. The weapon is named after the Belka River in northern Lauzanne, a place which saw some combat with these very weapons.

Blanchard Manufacturing won the contract with a fairly orthodox design, taking the lessons learned from the AGS-30 and applying it with a few ergonomic changes. Retaining the same form factor as the AGS-30, a newer tripod with adjustable height was developed along with a carry handle containing the weapon sights and a muzzle brake was fitted to reduce recoil in the gun. The same drums from the AGS-17 and 30 are compatible when purchased in 30x29mm, allowing for a belt of 29 rounds to be carried and utilised.

Although only issued to the 1st and 3rd Divisions at the outbreak of the Spring War, the Belka soon found it's way into the hands of other units engaged in active fighting. The weapon proved itself, well, with the carry handle being cited as a major reason many soldiers were able to leave a firing area so easily and escape return fire. Testing of optical sights with airburst capabilities was carried out and utilised in a limited fashion in the War, with results coming back positive.

The AGS-32L is also offered in 40x53mm HV NATO grenades should a country want a lightweight, portable and effective AGL.


SPECS



Name: AGS-32L "Belka"
Mass: 17kg (Empty), 32kg (loaded with 30mm)
Length: 1142mm
Barrel Length: 400mm


Calibre: 30x29mm, 40x53mm HV (AGS-42L)
Action: Blowback
Sights: Fixed iron sights, option to mount optical sight or rangefinder/fuse programmer sight
Capacity: 29 round drum
Rate of Fire: 400 RPM Cyclic
Effective Range: 2,000m


Cost Per Unit: $8,100 NSD

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