"Armour Piercing capability at the cost of range. Wouldn't recommend past close range."


The AP2 is another improvised variant of the Heavy Pistol Series, created to use excess .50 Caliber ammunition left in the wake of the first CLA-UNCE Skirmishes. The components used to create it were from broken Armour-Piercing Rifles, attached and modified to fit existing pistols. The resulting weapon resulted in a close-ranged but highly deadly weapon capable of piercing the vital components of heavy tanks and artillery units. Its current iteration sports a 12.7mm IMPS round with a large housing that requires two hands to operate. The new version also sports capability to support tracking chips and beacons to be inserted into armour, as well as being capable to support standard bolts found in tool boxes in civilian areas (Albeit at decreased efficiency) thus making them support a wide range of ammunition types. 

Imperial Weaponry
Melee Weapons Dragon Teeth - Energy Blade - Combat Knife
Pistols M930 - HP-Series - AP2 Pistol - PK30 - C3PS
Submachine Guns S-Series - PK303
Carbines C-Series - PK40 - M489 - HP2-PPC
Assault Rifles/ Battle Rifles M231-Series - M416-Q - PK-M4 - BR-620 Battle Rifle
Light Machine Guns M236-SAW - L6-Series - M497
Heavy Machine Guns H3-Series - M423-O - HM21 - XM424(II) - BFCG-I
Designated Marksman Rifles R5-Series - R65
Sniper Rifles Railguns (RG-N7(X) - 50APH - PK90 - R130
Energy Weapons

CLA Weaponry
Melee Weapons Combat Knife
Pistols HP-Series - AP2 Pistol
Submachine Guns AK-04-S
Carbines M489 Carbine
Assault Rifles/ Battle Rifles AK-93-U - M231-Series
Light Machine Guns R1P-3R
Heavy Machine Guns K1L-3R
Designated Marksman Rifles CLEX
Sniper Rifles AS4S
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