Info about CS:GO's guns in real life


Published 14.02.2019 в 18:00 | Guide rating: 61



Glock-18

Glock-23 FDE (Austria, .
40 S&W) The Glock in CS:GO (Glock-18) is a mix between several Glock pistols The Glock pistol, sometimes referred to by the manufacturer as a Glock "Safe Action" pistol and colloquially as a Glock, is a series of polymer-framed, short recoil-operated, locked-breech semi-automatic pistols designed and produced by Glock Ges.
m.
b.
H.
, located in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.
It entered Austrian military and police service by 1982 after it was the top performer on an exhaustive series of reliability and safety tests.
Despite initial resistance from the market to accept a perceived "plastic gun" due to unfounded durability and reliability concerns and fears that it might circumvent metal detectors in airports, Glock pistols have become the company's most profitable line of products, commanding 65% of the market share of handguns for United States law enforcement agencies, as well as supplying numerous national armed forces, security agencies, and police forces in at least 48 countries.
Glocks are also popular firearms among civilians for recreational and competition shooting, home and self-defense, and concealed carry or open carry.
Place of origin: Austria Manufacturer: Glock Ges.
m.
b.
H.
Designer: Gaston Glock Price: $500-550 Ammo capacity: 10, 13, 15, 22 (20 in-game) Produced: 1982-present Cartridge: .
40 S&W Cinque TerreCinque Terre

P2000

Heckler & Koch P2000 (Germany, 9x19mm Parabellum) The Heckler & Koch P2000 is a German semi-automatic pistol introduced late in 2001 and intended primarily for law enforcement, paramilitary, and commercial markets.
It is based on the USP Compact pistol.
The P2000 was designed specifically with improved ergonomic characteristics; it has features that reduce handling related stresses, while at the same time increasing user handling and comfort.
The P2000 is a short recoil-operated locked breech pistol with a modified Browning-type linkless cam action with a vertically tilting barrel also employed in the USP series of self-loading pistols, as well as most modern linkless semi autos.
The cold hammer-forged barrel has a polygonal profile while the slide is made from a solid bar of nitro-carburized steel.
Following recent trends in modern pistol design, the P2000 makes extensive use of impact-resistant polymers to reduce weight and production costs.
The P2000 is a hammer-fired pistol with an exposed spurred hammer; a bobbed hammer is optional.
It has an ambidextrous slide lock and a fully ambidextrous magazine release installed in the trigger guard.
Place of origin: Germany Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch Price: $700-1,100 Ammo capacity: 13 rounds Produced: 2001-present Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Cinque Terre

USP-S

Heckler & Koch Universal Self-loading Pistol (Standard) (Germany, .
45 ACP) The USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole or "universal self-loading pistol") is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Germany by Heckler & Koch GmbH (H&K) of Oberndorf am Neckar as a replacement for the P7 series of handguns.
Design work on a new family of pistols commenced in September 1989 focused primarily on the U.
S.
commercial and law enforcement markets.
USP prototypes participated in rigorous testing alongside H&K's entry in the Offensive Handgun Weapon System (OHWS) program requested by the U.
S.
Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and which would later result in the Mk 23 Mod 0.
The USP prototypes were then refined in 1992, based on input from the OHWS trials, and the design was finalized in December of the same year.
The USP was formally introduced in January 1993 with the USP40 model (the base version) chambered for the increasingly popular .
40 S&W cartridge, followed soon by the USP9 (using the 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge), and in May 1995—the USP45 (caliber .
45 ACP).
In contrast to the ambitious and innovative P7, P9S, and VP70Z designs, the USP uses a more conventional Browning-style cam-locked action, similar to that used in the Hi-Power - but with a polymer frame.
Place of origin: Germany Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch Price: $820-1,300 Ammo capacity: 12 rounds Produced: 1993-present Cartridge: .
45 ACP Cinque TerreCinque Terre

Dual Berettas

Beretta 92F (Italy, 9x19mm Parabellum) The Beretta 92 is a series of semi-automatic pistols designed and manufactured by Beretta of Italy.
The model 92 was designed in 1972 and production of many variants in different calibers continues today.
The United States Armed Forces replaced the M1911A1 .
45 ACP pistol in 1985 with the M9, a military spec Beretta 92F.
Place of origin: Italy Manufacturer: Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta S.
p.
A.
Price: $650-770 Ammo capacity: 15 rounds Produced: 1972-present Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Cinque Terre

P250

SIG Sauer P250 (Switzerland, .
357 SIG) The SIG Sauer P250 is a semi-automatic pistol made by SIG Sauer of Exeter, New Hampshire.
The SIG P250 can be chambered in .
22 Long Rifle .
380 ACP, 9×19mm Parabellum, .
357 SIG, .
40 S&W, and .
45 ACP.
The P250 chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum was introduced to the North American market on November 7, 2007 followed by the .
45 ACP compact model in February 2008 at the SHOT Show.
The last of the models were introduced in late 2009.
The P250 pistol is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol.
It uses the SIG Sauer locking system in which an enlargement of the chamber locks into the ejection port on the slide.
Place of origin: Switzerland Manufacturer: SIG Sauer, Inc.
, Exeter, NH Produced: 2007-present Cartridge: .
357 SIG Price: $400-450 Ammo Capacity: 13 rounds Cinque Terre

Five-SeveN

FN Herstal Five-SeveN (Belgium, 5.
7x28mm) The FN Five-seven, trademarked as the Five-SeveN, is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre-Herstal (FN Herstal) in Belgium.
The pistol is named for its 5.
7-mm (.
224 in) bullet diameter, and the trademark capitalization style is intended to emphasize the manufacturer's initials—FN.
The Five-seven pistol was developed in conjunction with the FN P90 personal defense weapon and the FN 5.
7x28mm cartridge.
The P90 was introduced in 1990, and the Five-seven was introduced in 1998 as a pistol using the same 5.
7x28mm ammunition.
Developed as a companion pistol to the P90, the Five-seven shares many of its design features: it is a lightweight polymer-based weapon with a large magazine capacity, ambidextrous controls, low recoil, and the ability to penetrate body armor when using certain cartridge types.
The Five-seven is currently in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations, including Canada, France, Greece, India, Poland, Spain, and the United States.
In the United States, the Five-seven is in use with numerous law enforcement agencies, including the U.
S.
Secret Service.
In the years since the pistol's introduction to the civilian market in the United States, it has also become increasingly popular with civilian shooters.
Place of origin: Belgium Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre-Herstal Used in: Afghanistan War, Mexican Drug War, Libyan Civil War Price: $1,250 Ammo capacity: 20 rounds Produced: 1998-present Cartridge: 5.
7x28mm Cinque TerreCinque Terre

Tec-9

Intratec TEC-9 (Sweden/U.
S.
A.
, 9x19mm Parabellum) The Intratec TEC-9, TEC-DC9, or AB-10 is a blowback-operated semi-automatic pistol.
It was designed by Intratec, an American offshoot of Interdynamic AB.
The TEC-9 was made of inexpensive molded polymers and a mixture of stamped and milled steel parts.
The simple design of the gun made it easy to repair and modify.
Swedish company Interdynamic AB of Stockholm designed the Interdynamic MP-9 9mm submachine gun.
Interdynamic intended it as an inexpensive submachine gun based on the Carl Gustav M/45 for military applications, but did not find a government buyer, so it was taken to the US market as an open-bolt semi-automatic pistol.
The open-bolt design was deemed too easy to convert to full auto.
Because of this, the ATF forced Interdynamic to redesign it into a closed-bolt system, which was harder to convert to full auto.
This variant was called the KG-99.
It made frequent appearances on Miami Vice.
After the 1989 Cleveland School massacre, the TEC-9 was placed on California's list of banned weapons.
Place of origin: Sweden/U.
S.
A.
Manufacturer: Intratec Produced: 1985-2001 Used in: Columbine High School massacre Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Price: $800 Ammo Capacity: 10, 20, 32, 50 rounds (24 in-game) Cinque TerreCinque Terre

CZ75-Auto

Česká Zbrojovka-75 Machine Pistol (Czech Republic, 9x19mm Parabellum) The CZ 75 is a pistol made by Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (CZUB) in the Czech Republic that has both semi-automatic and selective fire variants.
First introduced in 1975, it is one of the original "wonder nines" (Wonder Nine refers to any semi-automatic pistol that is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum and has a staggered column magazine, as well as a double-action trigger for at least the first shot.
) featuring a staggered-column magazine, all-steel construction, and a hammer forged barrel.
It is widely distributed throughout the world.
It is the most common handgun in the Czech Republic.
Place of origin: Czech Republic Manufacturer: Česká zbrojovka Produced: 1975-present Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Price: $680 Ammo Capacity: 12 rounds Cinque Terre

Desert Eagle

IMI Desert Eagle Mk.
XIX (Picatinny Rail) (Israel, .
50 Action Express) The IMI Desert Eagle is a semi-automatic handgun notable for chambering the largest centerfire cartridge of any magazine fed, self-loading pistol.
It has a unique design with a triangular barrel and large muzzle.
Magnum Research Inc.
(MRI) designed and developed the Desert Eagle.
The design was refined and the actual pistols were manufactured by Israel Military Industries until 1995, when MRI shifted the manufacturing contract to Saco Defense in Saco, Maine.
In 1998, MRI moved manufacturing back to IMI, which later reorganized under the name Israel Weapon Industries.
Since 2009, the Desert Eagle Pistol has been produced in the United States at MRI's Pillager, Minnesota facility.
Kahr Arms acquired Magnum Research in the middle of 2010.
Magnum Research has marketed various versions of the short recoil Jericho 941 pistol under the Baby Eagle and Desert Eagle Pistol names; these weapons are not directly related to the Desert Eagle but do share a similar visual design.
Place of origin: Israel Manufacturer: Israel Military Industries Produced: 1982-present Cartridge: .
50 Action Express Price: $1,500-3,000 Ammo Capacity: 7 rounds (.
50 AE) Greg "Hickok45" Kinman holding the "Hand Cannon" Cinque TerreCinque Terre

R8 Revolver

Smith & Wesson M&P R8 Revolver (U.
S.
A, .
357 Magnum) The M&P* R8 is a 21st century service revolver - it defies conventional designs in several ways.
Besides the high-capacity, stainless steel cylinder, the R8 has a scandium alloy frame that keeps its weight down to 36.
3 ounces unloaded.
The barrel is a two-piece affair with a steel shroud that is held in place at the muzzle by a special nut that maintains tension on the barrel, increasing its accuracy potential.
The bottom portion of the barrel shroud forms an ejector rod shroud or underlug, and ahead of that is an integral accessory rail.
The top of the shroud acts as a ramp for the interchangeable front sight blade, and it’s also the attachment point for another accessory rail that runs from the middle of the shroud back over the topstrap, a little over an inch from the fully adjustable rear sight.
Place of origin: U.
S.
A.
Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Cartridge: .
357 Magnum Price: $1,330 Ammo Capacity: 8 rounds Military and Police* Cinque Terre

Nova

Benelli Nova (Italy, 12 G.
) The Benelli Nova is a pump action shotgun, popular for hunting and self-defense.
Its most innovative and distinguishing feature is a one-piece receiver and buttstock, made of steel-reinforced polymer.
This model is available with a variety of barrel and sight configurations, most intended for hunting and/or trap/skeet shooting.
It is made in both Matte and camouflage finishes.
Due to the polymer coated receiver and stock, along with proprietary coatings on the action and barrel, it is considered impervious to the elements.
Barrels may be rifled or smoothbore, and are usually 24", 26", or 28" long.
This model is available in 12 gauge or 20 gauge.
Five types of chokes are available.
Typically sold with improved modified and full, internal chokes.
extended aftermarket chokes available.
Place of origin: Italy Manufacturer: Benelli Cartridge: 12 Gauge Price: $350-$455 Ammo Capacity: 4+1 Cinque TerreCinque Terre

XM1014

Benelli M4 Super 90 (Italy, 12 G.
) The Benelli M4 Super 90 is an Italian semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Benelli Armi SpA.
It requires little maintenance and operates in all climates and weather conditions.
On May 4, 1998, the United States Army's Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) at Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey issued Solicitation, requesting submissions for a new 12 gauge, semi-automatic combat shotgun for the U.
S.
military.
In response to the request, Benelli Armi SpA of Urbino, Italy designed and built the Benelli M4 Super 90 Combat Shotgun.
On August 4, 1998, five samples of the M4 were delivered to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and after intense testing, the M4 had beaten the competition.
In early 1999, ARDEC awarded the M1014 Joint Service Combat Shotgun contract to Heckler & Koch, American subsidiary for importation of the Benelli M4 Combat Shotgun.
The first units (count of 20,000) were delivered to the United States Marine Corps in 1999.
During testing, the prototype was named XM1014, but after adoption, the 'X' was dropped, and the weapon was officially designated the M1014.
Preliminary testing of the M4 suggests a high level of reliability.
It can reliably function for at least 25,000 rounds without replacement of any major parts.
The steel components of the weapon feature a matte black phosphated corrosion resistant finish while the aluminum parts are matte hard-anodized.
These finishes reduce the weapon's visibility during night operations.
Place of origin: Italy Manufacturer: Benelli Used in: Afghanistan War, Iraq War, Libyan Civil War, Syrian Civil War, Iraqi Civil War Price: $1,799-1,999 Ammo capacity: 7+1 Produced: 1999-present Cartridge: 12 Gauge A U.
S.
Marine firing the M1014 shotgun Cinque TerreCinque Terre

Sawed-Off

Remington Model 870 (Short Barrel) (U.
S.
A, 12 G.
)The Remington Model 870 is a pump-action shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms Company, LLC.
It is widely used by the public for sport shooting, hunting, and self-defense and used by law enforcement and military organizations worldwide.
Sales of the 870 have been steady.
They reached two million guns by 1973.
As of 1983, the 870 held the record for best-selling shotgun in history with three million sold.
By 1996, spurred by sales of the basic "Express" models, which were added as a lower-cost alternative to the original Wingmaster line, sales topped seven million guns.
On April 13, 2009, the ten millionth Model 870 was produced.
Place of origin: U.
S.
A.
Manufacturer: Remington Arms Company Price: $370-530 Ammo capacity: 4+1 Produced: 1950-present Cartridge: 12 GaugeHeath Ledger's Remington Cinque Terre

Mag-7

Techno Arms MAG-7M1 (South Africa, 12 G.
)The MAG-7 is a pump-action shotgun manufactured by Techno Arms PTY of South Africa.
The MAG-7 was developed as a close quarters combat (CQB) weapon, which would combine the aspects of a compact submachine gun and a pump-action shotgun.
For ease of reloading, a magazine system is ideal.
With the traditional pump-action mechanism located under the barrel, there is no convenient forward location for a magazine.
This leaves the bullpup layout or a pistol-like arrangement of placing the magazine within the pistol grip as possible locations.
It was found that the standard 12-gauge shotgun shell at 70 mm was too long to comfortably hold in the desired pistol grip mounting.
Place of origin: South Africa Manufacturer: Techno Arms Price: $870 Ammo capacity: 7 Produced: 1995-present Cartridge: 12 GaugeA civilian-legal "M1" model with a wooden stock.
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M249

FN Herstal M249 SAW (Belgium, 5.
56x45mm NATO)The M249 light machine gun (LMG), formerly designated the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) is the American adaptation of the Belgian FN Minimi, a light machine gun manufactured by the Belgian company FN Herstal (FN).
The M249 is manufactured in the United States by the local subsidiary FN Manufacturing LLC in South Carolina and is widely used in the U.
S.
Armed Forces.
The weapon was introduced in 1984 after being judged the most effective of a number of candidate weapons to address the lack of automatic firepower in small units.
The M249 provides infantry squads with the high rate of fire of a machine gun combined with accuracy and portability approaching that of a rifle.
The M249 is gas operated and air-cooled.
It has a quick-change barrel, allowing the gunner to rapidly replace an overheated or jammed barrel.
A folding bipod is attached near the front of the gun, though an M192 LGM tripod is available.
It can be fed from both linked ammunition and STANAG magazines, like those used in the M16 and M4.
This allows the SAW gunner to use a rifleman's magazines as an emergency source of ammunition in the event that he runs out of linked rounds.
M249s have seen action in every major conflict involving the United States since the U.
S.
invasion of Panama in 1989.
Due to the weight and age of the weapon, the United States Marine Corps is fielding the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle with plans to partially replace the M249 in Marine Corps service.
The M249 is often referred to as a "Squad Assault Weapon".
Place of origin: Belgium Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre-Herstal Used in: Invasion of Panama, Kosovo War, War in Afghanistan, Bosnian War, Iraq War, etc.
Price: $4,000+ Ammo capacity: 100 rounds Produced: Late 1970s-present Cartridge: 5.
56x45mm NATO Cinque TerreCinque Terre

Negev

IMI Negev LMG (Israel, 5.
56x45mm NATO)The NEGEV is a 5.
56x45mm NATO light machine gun developed by an Israeli firearm manufacturer, Israel Military Industries Ltd.
(IMI) of Ramat HaSharon (now known as Israel Weapon Industries), as a replacement for the 5.
56 mm Galil ARM light machine gun, whose barrel would overheat easily during sustained fire.
Design work on this new indigenous firearm began in 1985, it was inspired by the Belgian FN Minimi.
The design was later improved to make the it more reliable, especially in adverse conditions.
In 1997, it was officially adopted by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
IWI introduced the new NEGEV NG-7 7.
62x51mm NATO light machine gun to become the new standard issue for the Israeli Defense Forces in 2012.
Place of origin: Israel Manufacturer: Israel Military Industries (IMI) Used in: Al-Aqsa Intifada, 2006 Lebanon War, Gaza War, Operation Protective Edge Price: $3,500 Ammo capacity: 150 rounds Produced: 1995-present Cartridge: 5.
56x45mm NATO Cinque TerreCinque Terre

MAC-10

Military Armament Corporation (Ingram MAC-10) (U.
S.
A.
, .
45 ACP)The Military Armament Corporation Model 10, officially abbreviated as "M10" and "M-10", and more commonly known as the MAC-10, is a compact, blowback operated machine pistol that was developed by Gordon B.
Ingram in 1964.
It is chambered in either .
45 ACP or 9mm.
A two-stage suppressor by Sionics was designed for the MAC-10, which not only abated the noise created, but made it easier to control on full automatic (although it also made the gun far less compact and concealable).
The semi-automatic civilian version of the MAC-10, which operates differently than its military counterpart, fell under the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban.
The ban enacted various requirements that defined an assault weapon.
The MAC-10 was named directly in the ban, and it failed two of the requirements: * A semiautomatic version of an automatic firearm.
* A manufactured weight of 1.
4 kg or more when the gun is unloaded.
The MAC-10 weighed 2.
84 kg.
Additionally, the firearm had a threaded barrel to allow installation of a suppressor, and the magazine capacity was 32 rounds.
In response, Wayne Daniel redesigned the MAC-11 to no longer accept the suppressor, and created a new magazine release that would only allow 10-round magazines as the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban mandated.
The new firearm was called the PM11/9.
Place of origin: U.
S.
A.
Manufacturer: Military Armament Corporation Designer: Gordon Ingram Used in: Vietnam War, Miami Drug Wars, Invasion of Grenada Price: $120 Ammo capacity: 30 rounds Produced: 1970-1973 Cartridge: .
45 ACP Cinque TerreCinque Terre

MP9

Brügger & Thomet Machine Pistol-9 (Switzerland, 9x19mm Parabellum)The Brügger & Thomet MP9 (Machine Pistol 9mm) is a machine pistol designed and manufactured by Brügger & Thomet of Switzerland.
The MP9 is a selective-fire 9×19mm Parabellum caliber machine pistol.
It uses 15, 20, 25, and 30 round transparent polymer detachable box magazines.
It has three safeties; ambidextrous safety/fire mode selector switch button (manual safety), trigger safety and drop safety.
The MP9 is a development of the Steyr TMP.
The design of TMP was purchased from Steyr in 2001.
Differences from the TMP include a stock that folds to the right side of the weapon, an integrated Picatinny rail, and a new trigger safety.
The MP-9 is used by several countries, including Russia, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Netherlands, France and Portugal.
Place of origin: Switzerland Manufacturer: Brügger & Thomet Used in: Afghanistan War Price: $1,700 Ammo capacity: 30 rounds Produced: 2001-present Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Cinque TerreCinque Terre

MP7

Heckler & Koch Machine Pistol-7 (Germany, 4.
6x30mm)The MP7 is a German Personal Defence Weapon (PDW) manufactured by Heckler & Koch (H&K) and chambered for the HK 4.
6x30mm cartridge.
It was designed with the new cartridge to meet NATO requirements published in 1989, as these requirements call for a personal defense weapon (PDW) class firearm, with a greater ability to penetrate body armor than current weapons limited to conventional pistol cartridges.
The MP7 went into production in 2001.
It is a direct rival to the FN P90, also developed in response to NATO's requirement.
The weapon has been revised since its introduction and the current production versions are the MP7A1 and newest MP7A2.
The proliferation of high-quality body armour has begun to make guns that fire pistol ammunition (such as Heckler & Koch's earlier MP5 submachine gun or USP pistol) ineffective.
In response to this trend, Heckler & Koch designed the MP7 (along with the now cancelled UCP pistol, which uses the same ammunition) to penetrate body armor while being small enough to be used in place of either a pistol or a submachine gun.
Place of origin: Germany Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch Used in: Afghanistan War, Operation Iraqi Freedom Price: $2,000 Ammo capacity: 30 rounds Produced: 1999-present Cartridge: 4.
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UMP-45

Heckler & Koch Universal Machine Pistol 45 (Germany, .
45 ACP)The UMP (Universale Maschinenpistole, German for "Universal Submachine Gun") is a submachine gun developed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch.
The UMP has been adopted by various agencies such as the U.
S.
Customs and Border Protection.
Heckler & Koch developed the UMP as a lighter and cheaper successor to the MP5, though both remain in production.
The UMP is a blowback operated, magazine-fed submachine gun firing from a closed bolt.
As originally designed, the UMP is chambered for larger cartridges (.
45 ACP and .
40 S&W) than other submachine guns like the MP5, to provide more stopping power against unarmored targets (with slightly lower effectiveness at longer range) than the MP5 (largely offered in 9x19mm, albeit with short-lived production of 10mm Auto and .
40 S&W variants).
A larger cartridge produces more recoil, and makes control more difficult in fully automatic firing.
To mitigate this, the cyclic rate of fire was reduced to 650 rounds/min (600 rounds/min for the UMP45), which makes it one of the slower firing submachine guns on the market.
Place of origin: Germany Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch Price: $800 Ammo capacity: 25 rounds Produced: 1999-present Cartridge: .
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P90

FN Herstal Project 90 (Belgium, 5.
7x28mm)The FN P90, also known as the FN Project 1990, is a personal defense weapon (PDW) designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium.
Created in response to NATO requests for a replacement for 9x19mm Parabellum firearms, the P90 was designed as a compact but powerful firearm for vehicle crews, operators of crew-served weapons, support personnel, special forces, and counter-terrorist groups.
Designed by FN in conjunction with the FN Five-seven pistol and FN 5.
7x28mm ammunition, development of the weapon began in 1986, and production commenced in 1990 (from which the "90" in its name is derived), whereupon the 5.
7x28mm ammunition was redesigned and shortened.
A modified version of the P90 with a magazine adapted to use the new ammunition was introduced in 1993, and the Five-seven pistol was subsequently introduced as a companion weapon using the same 5.
7x28mm ammunition.
Place of origin: Belgium Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre-Herstal Used in: Afghanistan War, Mexican Drug War, Libyan Civil War, Iraq War Price: $2,150 Ammo capacity: 50 rounds Produced: 1990-present Cartridge: 5.
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PP-Bizon

Izhmash PP-19 (Russia, 9x19mm Parabellum)The Bizon ("Bison") is a 9mm submachine gun developed in the early 1990s at Izhmash by a team of engineers headed by Victor Kalashnikov (son of the famous engineer Mikhail Kalashnikov, creator of the AK-47 & AK-74).
Alexei Dragunov, youngest son of Evgeny Dragunov (the creator of the SVD sniper rifle), was also a member of the design team.
The Bizon was developed at the request of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) and is primarily intended for counter-terrorist and law enforcement units that usually need fast and accurate fire at close ranges.
Prototypes were trialed by the Special Equipment Research Institute in 1995 where they outperformed several competitors, and the weapon was accepted into service on December 28, 1996.
The Bizon is issued to armed response units of the Federal Security Service (FSB in Russian) and Ministry of Justice.
It was used in combat operations against separatists in the volatile North Caucasus region, namely Chechnya and Dagestan.
Place of origin: Russia Manufacturer: Izhmash Used in: Dagestan Conflict, Second Chechen War, 2008 South Ossetia War Price: $1,250 Ammo capacity: 64 rounds Produced: 1996-present Cartridge: 9x19 mm Parabellum Cinque TerreCinque Terre

Galil AR

IMI Galil ACE (Israel, 5.
56x45mm NATO)The IWI ACE (formerly IMI Galil ACE) is a family of rifles developed and originally manufactured by an Israeli firearm manufacturer, Israel Military Industries (IMI) of Ramat HaSharon, now known as Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) and also produced under license by FAMAE, Indumil, RPC Fort and Z111 Factory.
It is produced in three different calibers; 5.
56x45mm NATO, 7.
62x39mm and 7.
62x51mm NATO.
The ACE family is based upon the mechanism of the IMI Galil, but using a modernized design and materials to increase its accuracy and lower its weight, while maintaining the Galil's ergonomics, ease of maintenance and reliability under battle conditions.
Emphasis was placed in particular in increasing its reliability and accuracy under adverse or battlefield conditions.
It is the main assault rifle of the Colombian army and Colombian police, for whom it is manufactured locally under license by Indumil.
In addition, it has been selected as the future standard assault rifle of the Chilean Army and the People's Army of Vietnam.
Place of origin: Israel Manufacturer: Israel Military Industries Used in: Mexican Drug War, Colombian Conflict Price: $1,700 Ammo capacity: 35 rounds Produced: 2008-present Cartridge: 5.
56x45mm NATO Cinque TerreCinque Terre

FAMAS

Fusil d'Assaut de la Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Étienne (France, 5.
56x45mm NATO)"It's a Clarion, not a Famas.
.
.
" The FAMAS is a bullpup-styled assault rifle designed and manufactured in France by MAS located in Saint-Étienne, which is now a member of the French government-owned Nexter group.
It is the service rifle of the French military.
The FAMAS first saw service in Chad during Operation Manta and again in desert operations during Operation Desert Storm and in other various peacekeeping missions.
Officially, operational conditions proved the weapon to be reliable and trustworthy under combat conditions.
The FAMAS is affectionately known by French-speaking troops as "le Clairon" ("the Bugle") because of its shape.
An improved version of the FAMAS F1 is integrated in the Félin system.
Place of origin: France Designer: Paul Tellie Manufacturer: Nexter Used in: Operation Manta, Operation Unicorn, Afghanistan War, Syrian Civil War, Gulf War, etc.
Price: $1,500 Ammo capacity: 25 rounds Produced: 1975-2000 Cartridge: 5.
56x45mm NATO Cinque TerreCinque Terre

AK-47

Izhmash AKM (Avtomat Kalashnikov Modernized) (Russia, 7.
62x39mm)NOTE: The "AK-47" in CS:GO IS NOT an AK-47.
The AK in-game is an AKM.
If you're about to argue with me about that, you'll only waste your time.
The AKM (Russian: Модернизированный Автомат Калашникова, translated: Modernized Kalashnikov Rifle) is a 7.
62mm assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov.
It is a common modernized variant of the AK-47 rifle developed in the 1940s.
Introduced into service with the Soviet Army in 1959, the AKM is the most ubiquitous variant of the entire AK series of firearms and it has found widespread use with most member states of the former Warsaw Pact and its African and Asian allies as well as being widely exported and produced in many other countries.
The production of these Soviet rifles was carried out at both the Tula Arms Plant and Izhmash.
It was officially replaced in Soviet frontline service by the AK-74 in the late 1970s, but remains in use worldwide.
The AKM is an assault rifle using the 7.
62×39mm Soviet intermediate cartridge.
It is gas operated with a rotating bolt.
The AKM is capable of selective fire, firing either single shots or automatic at a cyclic rate of 600 rounds/min.
Despite being replaced in the late 1970s by the AK-74 the AKM is still in service in some Russian Army reserve and second-line units and several east European countries.
Place of origin: Soviet Union Manufacturer: Izhmash Used in: Vietnam War Price: $1,100 Ammo capacity: 30 rounds Produced: 1959-present Cartridge: 7.
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M4A4

Colt M4A1 CQB-R (U.
S.
A.
, 5.
56x45mm NATO)The M4 carbine is a shorter and lighter variant of the M16A2 assault rifle.
The M4 is a 5.
56x45mm NATO, air-cooled, direct impingement gas-operated, magazine-fed carbine.
It has a 14.
5 in (370 mm) barrel and a telescoping stock.
The M4 carbine is extensively used by the United States Armed Forces and is largely replacing the M16 rifle in United States Army and United States Marine Corps combat units as the primary infantry weapon.
The M4 is also capable of mounting the M203 and M320 grenade launchers.
The distinctive step in its barrel is for mounting the M203 with the standard hardware.
The M4 is capable of firing in semi-automatic and three-round burst modes (like the M16A2 and M16A4), while the M4A1 is cap