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Equipment List
Every entry below lists weight in kg, price in dollar, and availability.  The last is given in form (availability in the West/availability in the East); V = Very common, C = Common, S = Scarce, and R = Rare.  Some entries contain additional information.
 
FIREARMS
Magazines and ammunition (and tripods for machineguns and grenade launchers) must be purchased separately, and are not counted in the weight or price.  Ammo = type of ammunition used;  Mag = number of shots per magazine ( 'I' means that the magazine is internal and not detachable; if Mag is missing, the weapon has no magazine).
 
Bows
Longbow:  Includes fiberglass composite bows and wooden self-bows, of 30-50 pounds of pull.  Ammo: arrows, Wt: 1.5 kg, Price: $300  (C/C).
Compound Bows:  Includes a fiberglass or metal frame, pulleys and string.  The strength of the bow depends greatly on the strength of the individual using the bow.   The pull is usually between 50-80 pounds.  Bow must be set to individual.  Ammo:  arrows, Wt: 3 kg, Price: $500 (C/R).
Crossbow:  Includes both pre-war manufactures and more recent "backyard" weapons made of old rifle stocks and truck springs.  Pulls of between 100 and 200 pounds.  Ammo: bolts,  Wt: 2-4 kg,  Price: $350  (C/C).
 
Automatic Pistols
 9mm Beretta:  The standard military sidearm for all NATO armies and most Western police forces.  Ammo:  9mm P,  Wt: 1 kg,  Mag: 15,  Price:  $400 (V/S).
9mm Makarov:  The standard military sidearm of the Eastern European states and widely used by police and internal security forces.  Ammo: 9mm M,  Wt: .75 kg,  Mag: 9,  Price:  $400  (S/V).
9mm Tokarev:   Formerly in widespread use by Eastern European military and police.  Has been has been widely supplanted by the Makarov.  Due to the large numbers produced, it is still in use by some police and is widely used in militias.  Ammo: 9mm T,   Wt: .5 kg,  Mag: 8  Price: $200  (R/C).
 .380 (Automatic):  Widely used (along with the 9mm)  by Western European police forces.  Ammo: .380 ACP,  Wt: .5 - 1 kg,  Mag: 5-7  Price: $200 (C/S).
.22 (Automatic):  A widely used civilian "plinking" pistol, found in most industrialized countries. Ammo: .22 ACP  Wt: .5 - 1 kg  Mag: 7-10  Price: $100-200  (C/C).
.45 (Automatic):  The standard military sidearm of the United States until the late 1980's, it has been supplanted as general issue by the 9mm.  However, 9mm procurement has never been sufficient to completely replace the .45 in military use, and thus it is still quite common.  Ammo: .45 ACP,  Wt: 1 kg,  Mag: 7,  Price: $400  (S/R).
 
Revolvers
.38 Special (Revolver):  The standard sidearm for U.S. aircrews, including helicopter crews.  Since it has a limited number of moving parts it is an excellent sidearm in rough conditions.  For the most part it has only been found in U.S. units although some have filtered out.  Ammo: .38 Special Wt: 1 kg,  Mag: 6 I,   Price: $200  (R/R).
 
Submachineguns
Sterling:    The standard military submachinegun of the British Army, the Sterling has also found its way into general use.  Ammo: 9mm P.  Wt: 3kg  Mag: 11/30 Price: $600    (C/S).
Uzi:  Once the standard military submachinegun of the German Army, it is now returning to service as ammunition for the G-11 becomes increasing hard to find.  Ammo: 9mm P.   Wt: 3 kg  Mag: 11/30   Price: $500  (V/C).
M231:  The standard firing port weapon on the M2 Bradley, this weapon is a satisfactory vehicle weapon for suppressive fires but a mediocre submachine.  Nevertheless, with large numbers of Bradleys no longer operational it was inevitable that the M231 would be dismounted and used in large numbers.  Ammo: 5.56N  Wt: 3 kg   Mag: 10-30  Price: $400  (V/C).
MP-5:  The standard submachinegun for German territorial troops and police.  Ammo: 9mm P  Wt: 3 kg  Mag: 10/30  Price: $700  (C/S).
AKR:  The standard Eastern Bloc military submachinegun (except in the Czech Army), the AKR is merely a cut-down version of the AK-74.  Although a bit heavy for a submachinegun, it has good accuracy and stopping power.  Ammo: 5.45 B,  Wt: 3.5 kg  Mag: 10-30  Price: $450    (S/C).
Vz 24:  The standard Czech submachinegun, mostly found with militia and internal security forces.   Ammo: 7.62 T   Wt: 3.5 kg   Mag: 11/30  Price: $400   (R/S).
Skorpion:  Commonly referred to as a machine pistol, the Skorpion is small enough to carry in a shoulder holster.  Its short range and under-powered ammunition make it of limited combat value, but its ease of concealment have made it very popular with Warsaw Pact covert agents. Ammo: .32 ACP   Wt: 2 kg  Mag: 10/20  Price: $350   (R/S).
Ingram M10:  A very small submachinegun designed primarily for clandestine operations, and used (although never officially adopted) by various arms of the U.S. military.  The MAC-10 (as the M10 is popularly known) is most commonly available in two calibers, 9mm P and .45 ACP.  The weight in parenthesis is with the optional sound suppresser (which increases the armor multiplier and has a minimal reduction in range).  A character attempting to spot a an M10 when fired using the suppresser deducts 20% from their RCN roll.
9mm version: Ammo:  9mm P,   Wt: 3.5 (4) kg,   Mag:  11/33,  Price:  $350 (C/S).   .45 ACP Version:  Ammo: .45 ACP,   Wt: 3.75 (4.25) kg,   Mag:  10/30,   Price: $375 (C/S).
Mini-Uzi:  A scaled-down version of the famous Uzi submachinegun.  It is favored by vehicle crews because of it's smaller size.    Ammo:  9mmP,   Wt: 3 kg,   Mag:  11/22/33,   Price: $600  (C/S).
MP5SD:  A variant of the MP5 submachinegun that has a built in silencer.  The bullet is slowed to subsonic speeds with the resulting noise levels reported to be less than that of and air rifle.  Because of this, any attempt made to spot a character using this weapon gets an automatic -40% to their RCN roll.  Ammo:  9mmP   Wt:  2.5 kg,   Mag: 10/30   Price: $1000 (S/R).
CAR-15 / M4:  A submachinegun version of the M-16 originally designed for aircrews.  It is more accurate than the M231.  The CAR-15 can be fitted with a grenade launcher and is able to fire rifle grenades.  The current choice of many SOF team members, because of the heavier round, better range and fitting capabilities.  Ammo: 5.56N,   Wt: 2.7 kg,   Mag: 10/30,   Price: $950 (S/R).
Viking SMG:  An American submachinegun issued to security troops of the U.S. Air Force.  The weapon's balanced feel and rifled barrel make it very accurate, thus giving it a very good range.   Ammo: 9mmP,   Wt: 3.5 kg,   Mag: 10/20,   Price: $1000 (S/R).
MAT-49:  The MAT-49 was the standard issue submachinegun for the French military unit.  It was replaced by the FA MAS assault rifle.  One unique feature the MAT-49 is that the magazine well / handgrip and the magazine fold forward. Ammo: 9mmP,   Wt: 4 kg,   Mag: 10/30,  Price: $700 (S/R).
AMD-65:  A Hungarian made submachinegun, the AMD-65 is a cut-down version of the AKM.  Because it fires an assault rifle cartridge, the recoil and muzzle blast are formidable.  It has a folding stock and front pistol grip.  Ammo: 7.62 S,  Wt: 10/30,   Price: $1000 (R/S).
G11:  A weapon of radical design and great effectiveness, the G11 replaced the G3 as the standard assault rifle and the Uzi as the standard submachinegun of the West German Army.  It is a "Bullpup" configuration weapon, which means the action is placed behind the firing hand, in the normally empty stock.  This means that "Bullpup" rifles have a shorter overall length without the necessity for a shorter barrel.
It differs from other combat rifles in that it fires caseless 4.7mm bullets..  The compact nature of the weapon and low recoil of its round makes it as handy as a submachinegun (even though it is a rifle) and it is included with submachineguns for this reason.
Its caseless ammunition is extremely compact, allowing a large magazine capacity.  Since there is no spent cartridge casing to eject, the rifle's action is completely enclosed and thus very reliable in a dirty environment.  However, there is no way to reload the round since it is completely consumed, and manufacture has largely ceased.  Currently, although the weapon is fairly common, ammunition for it is increasingly rare and most German soldiers have equipped themselves with obsolete weapons. Ammo: 4.7 CLS   Wt: 4 kg   Mag: 32/50   Price: $1400    (S/R).
 
Assault Rifles
M16:  The standard combat rifle for U.S. and Canadian Armies.  The M16 is in widespread use and is a popular and effective weapon.  Ammo: 5.56 N Wt: 3 kg  Mag: 10/30/50  Price: $900   (V/C).
AKMR:  As the AK-74 supplanted the AKM in service, large numbers of AKM's were rechambered to fire AK-74 ammunition to enable standardization of supply without discarding mountains of AKMs.  Widely used in Eastern Bloc military units alongside the AK-74.  Ammo: 5.45 B,   Wt: 4 kg,   Mag: 10/30/50,    Price: $600 (C/V).
Galil ARM:  The standard combat rifle of the Israeli military.  The Galil comes with a folding bipod, carrying handle, and folding stock.  The bipod also doubles as wire cutters and has a bottle opener (the Israeli Military found that many weapons were taking bumps and dings because their troops were using their weapons to open bottles in the field).  The Galil fires rifle grenades and can be fitted with the M203.  Ammo: 5.56 N  Wt: 4 kg,  Mag: 10/20/30,  Price: $1500 (C/S).
Galil SAR:  A short barreled version of the Galil.  The SAR has the same action and uses the same magazines as the ARM.  The forestock can be fitted with either a pistol grip or an M203.  Ammo: 5.56 N,  Wt: 3.5 kg,  Mag: 10/20/30,  Price: $1600 (C/S).
Valmet M82:  A Finnish built "Bullpup" assault rifle, the M82 has most of it's barrel and action casing in high impact plastic.  This makes it easier to maintain.  For repairs and maintenance GS skill is increased by 20%.  Ammo: 5.56 N,  Wt: 3 kg,  Mag:10/30,  Price: $1800 (S/R).
AK-74:  The standard combat rifle of Eastern Bloc forces.  Ammo: 5.45 B,     Wt: 4 kg     Mag: 10/30/50   Price: $600  (C/C).
IW:  The British combat rifle, replacing the FAL.  Like the G11, the IW is a "Bullpup" configuration rifle.  Rare outside the British Service.  Ammo: 5.56 N   Wt: 4 kg     Mag: 10/30   Price: $900    (S/R).
AKM:  The modern version if the ubiquitous AK-47, perhaps the most widely used military small arm in the world, and a very popular one despite its under-powered and unstable cartridge.  Replaced in front-line service by the AK-74, many AKMs were rechambered to fire 5.45 Bloc ammunition and thus true AKMs are mostly found in militia units. Ammo:  7.62 S,   Wt: 4 kg   Mag: 10/20/30   Price: $700    (C/V).
 
Battle Rifles
    FAL: A Belgian rifle adopted as the standard rifle of the British Army, the FAL has been replaced in service by the IW. However, the FAL was a very popular weapon and came into widespread civilian use. Since the outbreak of war, numerous FALs have been picked up by military units, particularly those nostalgic for the heavier cartridge. Ammo: 7.62, Wt: 5 kg, Mag: 10/20, Price:$1600 (S/R).
    G3: The standard German assault rifle until replaced by the G11, the G3 was still widely used by territorial and internal security troops, and is now back in service with German troops.   Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 5 kg, Mag: 10/20, Price: $1500 (C/R).
 
Sniper Rifles
    M40: The standard U.S. Marine sniper rifle, a bolt-action magazine-fed rifle with a telescopic sight. Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 3, Mag: 5I, Price: $1700 (R/R).
    SVD: The standard Eastern Bloc sniper rifle (except in Czech service), a semi-automatic clip-fed rifle with a telescopic sight.  Ammo: 7.62 L, Wt: 4 kg, Mag: 10/20, Price: $1500 (R/S).
Galil Sniper Rifle:  The standard Israeli Defense Force sniper is a highly accurate 7.62 N version of the standard Galil ARM.  It has a built-bipod, folding stock, and a sight bracket capable of mounting any type of scope or night sight.  Ammo: 7.62 N,  Wt: 7 kg,   Mag: 10/20,  Price: $900 (S/R).
Fusil FR-F2:  The standard French sniper rifle, a bolt action magazine fed rifle with a telescopic sight, bipod, and sling.  Ammo: 7.62 N,  Wt: 5 kg, Mag: 5/10,  Price: $1800 (S/R).
Barret Model 82 .5 Caliber Sniper Rifle:  The largest caliber sniper, the Barret Model 82 is a semiautomatic, magazine fed weapon that uses the same ammunition as the M2HB machinegun.  It has a bipod a sling.  Ammo: .50 BMG or SLAP,  Wt: 15 kg,   Mag: 8,   Price: $4000 (R/R).
  M21: The standard U.S. Army sniper rifle, the M21 is essentially a well-made M14 assault rifle (the U.S. Army's service rifle prior to the M16) fitted with a telescopic sight. Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 5 kg, Mag: 10/20, Price: $1400 (S/R).
    PSG1: The standard German sniper rifle, a development of the G3 assault rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.  Ammo: 7.62N, Wt: 8 kg, Mag: 7, Price: $5600 (R/R).
    L42: The standard sniper rifle of the British Army is a progressive development of the bolt action Short Magazine Lee Enfield (the WWII British service rifle), rechambered to fire more modern ammunition and fitted with a telescopic sight. Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 4, Mag: 10/20, Price: $400 (R/R).
    Parker-Hale: The standard Canadian sniper rifle is a well made civilian hunting rifle adapted to military use and fitted with a telescopic sight. Ammo: 7.62 NATO, Wt: 4 kg, Mag: 1 I, Price: $1200 (R/R).
   Vz54: The standard Czech sniper rifle is a progressive development of the bolt-action Mauser (the German Army's WWII service rifle), fitted with a telescopic sight. Ammo: 8mm M, Wt: 4.5 kg, Mag: 5, Price: $1100 (R/R).
 
Sporting Rifles
    .30-30: A popular sporting arm, and found in civilian hands even in Eastern Europe, the .30-.30 is a lever-action rifle. Ammo: .30-30, Wt: 3 kg, Mag: 10 I, Price: $450 (C/S).
    .30-06: Another popular hunting rifle; a bolt-action rifle. Ammo: .30-06, Wt: 4, Mag: 5 I, Price: $600 (C/S).
    .22 Bolt Action: A widely available light hunting rifle, the .22 is excellent for squirrels and other small game, but does not have sufficient stopping power to be reliable against larger targets.  It is a bolt action rifle. Ammo: .22 LR, Wt: 2 kg, Mag: 1 I/ 10 I, Price:   $100 (C/C).
     .22 Semi-Auto: Another widely available light hunting rifle, this version of the .22 is semiautomatic. Ammo: .22 LR, Wt: 2, Mag: 10 I/50, Price: $250 (C/C).
     Mauser Bolt Action:  A bolt action civilian version of the German WWII rifle, this weapon is in very widespread use due to the tremendous numbers manufactured. Ammo: 8mm M, Wt: 4, Mag: 8, Price: $450 (C/C).
 
Shotguns
     Double: The double barrel shotgun (in either the side-by-side or over-under configuration) is the most widely used hunting weapon in Eastern Europe, and is also used extensively in the West. The weapon breaks open at the action and the two rounds are reloaded individually. Ammo: 12 gauge, Wt: 3, Mag: 2 I,  Price: $300 (V/V).
     Pump: Pump action shotguns are widely used in Western Europe, and have been widely taken into military use. Ammo: 12 gauge, Wt: 4 kg, Mag: 8 I, Price: $500 (V/C).
     HK Combat Assault Weapon: The standard combat shotgun of the German and U.S. Armies (the U.S. weapon being a slightly modified version produced under license by Olin), the Heckler & Koch CAW is a "Bullpup" configuration weapon, like the G11.  Ammo: 12 gauge, Wt: 4, Mag: 10, Price: $2500 (C/R).
 
Automatic Rifles
     M249: The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) is the standard U.S. light automatic support weapon. It can accept either the standard 10-shot magazine of the M16A2 or a 50-shot belt. It is equipped with a bipod. Ammo: 5.56 N, Wt: 7 kg, Mag: 10/30 or 50, Price: $1800 (S/R).
I-Max 100:   The standard squad automatic weapons of the Israeli Defense Forces; it has a folding stock, front pistol grip, carrying handle, bipod and sling.  It uses 33 shot drum or the 10/20 shot magazines of the Galil.  Ammo: 5.56 N,  Wt: 4.75 kg,  Mag: 10/20/33,  Price: $1300 (S/R).
     LSW: The heavy-barrel support version of the IW, the Light Support Weapon uses the same 10/30-shot magazine as the IW and is equipped with a bipod. Ammo: 5.56 N, Wt: 4.5 kg, Mag: 10/30, Price: $1,800 (R/R).
    RPK-74: The standard Warsaw Pact light automatic support weapon, the RPK-74 can accept either the same magazine as the AK-74 or an oversized 30 shot magazine. Ammo: 5.45 B, Wt: 4.5 kg, Mag: 10 or 30, Price: $1,800 (S/C).
 
Melee Weapons
 Knife: Any of a variety of large knives about the size of a kitchen butcher knife. Of limited use as a weapon because of its short reach, but deadly in the right hands. Wt: .5 kg, Price: $5  (V/V).
 Bayonet: A military knife which can either be used while held in the hand or attached to the end of an assault or battle rifle.  Wt: .5 kg, Price: $20 (C/C).
Spear: A short, broad blade mounted on the end of a long wooden shaft. It is a thrusting weapon, awkward to use but useful because of its long reach. Civilians without firearms often use spears as defense against animals. Wt: 4 kg, Price: $10  (V/V).
Club: A blunt object about half a meter or less in length, used as a bashing instrument. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $Free (found on the ground) (V/V).
Hatchet: a short-handled chopping tool used to trim firewood and for other tasks. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $20 (V/V).
Ax: A long shafted heavy chopping instrument. Wt: 4 kg, Price:$50 (V/V).
Machete: A long-bladed slashing tool used to clear away under-brush. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $20-50 (C/C).
 
Machineguns
    M60: The standard U.S. general-purpose machinegun, a development of the WWII German MG42. It is equipped with
a bipod and can also be fired from a tripod (NLT). It accepts
33-shot belts. Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 10 kg, Mag: 33, Price:
$2,500 (S/R).
M60E3:  A lightweight version of the standard M60 machinegun.  The M60E3 has a lightweight bipod mounted under the receiver and a pistol grip instead of the usual forestock.  It was originally used by the US Marine Corps but many have found their way into other services.  The M60E3 uses the same ammunition as the M60. . Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 8  kg, Mag: 33-shot belt, Price: $3,500 (S/R).
    MG3: The standard German general purpose machinegun is a slightly improved copy of the wartime MG42. It is equipped with a bipod and can also be fired from a tripod (NMT).It accepts 33-shot belts. Am/o: 7.62 N, Wt: 8 kg, Mag: 33, Price: $2,500 (S/R).
    MAG: The Belgian MAG is the standard general-purpose machinegun of the British Army. It is equipped with a bipod and can also be fired from a tripod (NMT). It accepts 33-shot belts.  Ammo: 7.62 N, Wt: 12 kg, Mag: 33, Price: $2,500 (S/R).
BRG-15:  A Belgian designed 15mm Heavy Machinegun, the BRG-15 fills the gap between the M2HB .50 HMG and the 20mm cannon.  It has a dual belted feed system that gives the gunner a choice of ammunition.  The BRG-15 uses the NATO Heavy Tripod and partially replaced the M2HB in the US Marine Corps and Israeli Defense Force.  It uses a 33-shot belt.  Ammo: 15mm SLAP or BMG.  Wt: 55 kg,  Price: $8000 (S/R).
NSV:  Originally thought to be a lightweight version of the DShK machinegun, the NSV is an entirely new design.  It is used in the Soviet Airborne and Air Assault forces as a heavy support weapon.  In this role, it is fitted with a shoulder stock, pistol grip trigger, and optical sight.  It uses the Pact Heat Tripod.  Ammo: 12.7 B,   Wt: 25 kg,   Price: $9000 (R/S).
HK-21:  A West German made MG considered by many to be the best of its kind in the world.  Many of its parts are interchangeable with the G3 battle rifle.  It was originally issued to the Iranian People's Army but many of them have found their way into other hands.  It has a front mounted bipod and uses the NATO Light Tripod.  It uses the standard 33-shot belt, and the G3 magazines.  Ammo: 7.62 N,   Wt: 8 kg,  Price: $4500 (S/R).
    PK: The standard Warsaw Pact medium machinegun usually found mounted on a vehicle. It is equipped with a bipod and can also be fired from a tripod (PLT). It accepts 33-shot belts. Ammo: 7.62 L, Wt: 10 kg, Mag: 33, Price: $3,500 (R/S).
    Vz 59: The standard medium machinegun of the Czech army, a local design that is equipped with a bipod and can also be fired from a tripod (PLT). It accepts 33-shot belts. Ammo:  7.62 L, Wt: 9 kg, Mag: 33, Price: $2,500 (R/R).
 
Heavy Machineguns
    M214: The M214 is a six-barrel Gatling gun, fed by a 335-shot drum. It may be fired only from a tripod (NHT) or vehicle mount.  Ammo: 5.56 N, Wt: 20 kg, Mag: 335, Price: $15,000 (R/R).
    M2HB: The M2 Heavy Barrel is the standard heavy
machinegun of every western European Army. It accepts
35-shot belts and may be fired only from a tripod (NHT) or from a vehicle mount. Am/o: .50 BMG or SLAP, Wt: 42 kg, Mag:  35, Price: $12,600 (V/C).
    DShK: The standard heavy machinegun in use by the Warsaw Pact nations. It is usually used on a vehicle mount, but can also be used on a wheeled carriage (PHC) which is treated as a tripod mount. It accepts 17-shot belts. Ammo: 12.7 B, Wt:
40 kg, Mag: 17, Price: $12,000 (C/V).
    KPV: The KPV is the largest caliber conventional machinegun in service and is virtually a small cannon. It fires a round originally developed for the Soviet RTRS-41 antitank rifle in WWII, and is found mounted only on vehicles. It accepts 33-shot belts. Ammo: 14.7 B, Wt: 50 kg, Mag: 17/belt, Price: $13,000 (S/C).
 
Grenade Launchers
    M203: The standard infantry grenade launcher of the U.S and Canadian armies, the M203 is a single-shot launcher, which is attached to the bottom of an M 16 rifle. Ammo: 40mm grenades, Wt: 1.4 kg, Price: $1,500 (C/S).
    HK-69: The standard infantry grenade launcher of the West German Army, it can be attached to the bottom of any assault or battle rifle or can be used as a separate weapon. Ammo: 40mm grenades, Wt: 2 kg, Price: $1,500 (S/R).
IMI MGL-40:  Originally designed and built in South Africa, the MGL (multiple Grenade Launcher)-40 was adapted by the Israeli Defense Force in the late 80's to provide squad and platoon level heavy fire support.  The weapon is semi-automatic and is fed from a six shot revolving cylinder.  It has a front pistol grip, folding metal stock, and a sling.  The cylindrical magazine is loaded like a revolver.  It uses the same ammunition as the HK-69/M203.  Ammo: 40mm Grenades,  Mag: 6,   Wt: 5kg  Price: $3000 (R/R).
    AGS-17: The standard Warsaw Pact infantry support grenade launcher, the AGS-17 is a tripod-mounted (PMT) drum-fed automatic grenade launcher. It may be fired only from its tripod or from a vehicle mount. A/n/no: 30mm grenades, Wt: 18 kg, Mag: 30, Price: $10,000 (R/S).
    Mark-19: The standard infantry support grenade launcher in the United States Army, the Mark-19 is a tripod-mounted (NHT) belt-fed automatic weapon. It may also fire unbelted individual grenades (ROF 1 ). It may be fired only from a tripod or vehicle mount. A/n/no: 40mm grenades and 40ram high velocity grenades, Wt: 40 kg, Mag: 50, Price: $15,000 (S/R).
 
Rocket Launchers
    M202: A four-shot clip-fed rocket launcher. Clips may be either incendiary or antitank rockets. Ammo: 66mm rockets, Wt: 5 kg, Mag: 4, Price: $12,000 (S/R).
    RPG-16: The standard Warsaw Pact antitank rocket launcher.  Ammo: 58.3mm rockets, Wt: 10 kg, Price: $5,000 (S/C).
    Armbrust: A single-shot, disposable anti-tank rocket launcher, commonly know as the LAAW (Light Anti-Armor Weapon).  Wt: 6 kg, Price: $1,000 (S/R).
B-300 Light Anti-Armor Weapon:  The B-300 is a one-man anti-armor weapon originally designed and built in Israel.  The system is composed of two sections.  The first is the launcher and sights.  The second is the projectile itself in a sealed disposal container.  The container acts as an extension of the launcher and is quickly attached to it, automatically making all the necessary connections.  The launcher is equipped with a folding bipod, shoulder rest, sling, battle sight and adapter for using other sighting devices.  The B-300 is used by the U.S. and Israel.  Ammo: 82mm Rockets,   Wt: (launcher ) 3.5 kg (rocket) 4 kg,   Price: (launcher) $2,500 (C/S), (rocket) $1,800 (C/S).
LRAC 89 Rocket Launcher:  The standard rocket launcher of the French Army.  The LRAC 89 is similar to the B-300 in that the ammunition is in a separate container.  The launcher has an adjustable shoulder piece, small folding bipod, and adjustable front grip that also holds the firing mechanism.  The ammunition container has all the connections to complete the firing and forms an extension of the launcher when connected.  The MAG given is for a 2-man crew (gunner and loader).   If only one person is loading it then double the re-load time.  Ammo: 89mm Rockets,  Wt: (launcher) 5.5 kg, (rocket) 5 kg,  Price: (launcher) $3,500 (rocket) $1,500 (S/R).
DARD 120 Heavy Assault Weapon:  A French designed and built weapon, the DARD 120 system comes in two sections.  The first part is the launcher.  It has a front pistol grip/trigger that can be pivoted through 180 degrees to allow firing by either left-handed or right-handed soldiers.  The launcher also has a shoulder rest and sight unit.  The second part is the ammunition container with all the electrical connections.  It forms as extension of the launcher.  The MAG given is for a two-man crew.  If only one person is operating it, then double the reload time.  Ammo: 120mm rockets,  Wt: (launcher) 4.5 kg,  Price: (launcher) $5000 (S/R).
 
Antitank Missile Launchers
    Tank Breaker: A man-portable launcher fired from an integral rest, Tank Breaker fires a homing fire-and-forget missile which can be set either to hit the target directly or fly over it and attack from above where the armor is generally thinner. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $13,000 (S/R).
    AT-4: The Warsaw Pact man-portable missile launcher, the AT-4 is fired from an integral tripod. The missile is wire guided and the gunner must continue to aim at the target for the entire flight of the missile. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $13,000 (S/C).
    TOW II: The launcher for the TOW II missile on the M2 Bradley. The launcher may be fired only from the vehicle mount; the missile is wire guided and the gunner must continue to aim at the target for the entire flight of the missile. The launcher cannot be reloaded from inside the vehicle. Wt: 30 kg, Mag: 2, Price: $20,000 (S/R).
    AT-5: The missile launcher on the BMP-B and BMP-C armored personnel carriers. The launcher may be fired only from the vehicle mount; the missile is wire guided and the gunner must aim at the target for the entire flight of the missile. The gunner must open the turret hatch and expose his head, arms, and chest to reload. Wt: 15 kg, Price: $16,000 (R/S).
 
Large Caliber Gun
    Note: Most large caliber guns are an integral part of a vehicle. Prices and availability are given only for those which are available separately.
    23mm Autocannon: A belt-fed automatic cannon mounted on the OT-65. It accepts 33-shot belts. It may be fired only from the vehicle mount.
    25mm Autocannon: A belt-fed automatic cannon mounted on the M2-2 and LAV-25. The weapon may have two belts, with two different types of ammunition, loaded simultaneously and may fire from either belt. Neither the 25mm autocannon nor the gunner's machinegun may fire while either belt is being reloaded. The weapon accepts 33-shot belts.
    30mm Autocannon: A belt-fed automatic cannon mounted on the BMP-B, BMP-C, and BRDM-3. The weapon accepts 33-shot belts.  A six-barrel Gatling gun version of the 30mm is used on the ZSU-30-6. Its rate of fire (5) is the number of times each gun can fire per combat round. Thus, if the vehicle fires five times, a total of 30 shots could be fired.
    ZU-23-2:  A towed, twin gun version of the 23mm autocannon.  It is used against aircraft aircraft and ground targets.  The guns are fed from two boxes which hold 100-shot belts.  When in the firing position, the weapon rests on jacks and the wheels
40mm Autocannon: A hopper-fed automatic cannon mounted on the M-988. The M-988 has twin guns. Its rate of fire (5) is the number of times each gun can fire per combat round. Thus, if the vehicle fires five times, a total of ten shots could be fired.  The ammunition hopper for the vehicle may be reloaded while the gun is firing, but only one shot may be placed in the hopper per combat round. The vehicle's hopper holds 233 shots.
    75mm Autocannon: A hopper-fed automatic cannon mounted on the LAV'75. The gun has a 36-shct carousel in the bottom of the vehicle hull. If additional rounds are carried in the vehicle, the carousel may be reloaded while the gun is firing, but only one shot may be placed in the carousel per combat round.
    106mm Gun: A manually loaded large caliber gun mounted on the M 1 .tank.
    120mm Gun: A large caliber gun mounted on the MIE1 and M1E2 tanks. On the M161 it is manually loaded, on the MIE2 it is equipped with an autoloader.
    126mm Gun (Rapira-3): A large caliber gun mounted on theT-72, T,80, T-90 tanks and the Rapira-3 towed antitank gun.  All three tanks are equipped with autoloaders. On the Rapira-3 the gun is manually loaded. On the T-72 end T-80, the gun automatically goes to maximum elevation while the autoloader is working, and so the gunner may not aim during loading. On the T-90 and the Rapira-3 the gunner may aim during loading.  The Rapira-3 has an armor class 15 gunshield which provides cover for the gunner and loader if fired at from the front. The Rapira-3 takes 8 combat turns to set up. Wt (Rapira-3): 3.5 tons,  Price (Rapire-3): $50,000 (R/S).
 
Howitzers
    122mm: The howitzer mounted on the SAU-122 self-
propelled howitzer and the D-30 towed howitzer. It is manually
loaded. The D-30 has an armor class 15 gunshield which provides cover for the gunner (but not the loader) if fired at from the front. The D-30 takes 12 combat turns to sat up. Wt (D-30): 3 tons, Price (D-30): $50,000 (S/C).
    152mm: The howitzer mounted on the SAU-152 self-
propelled howitzer. it is manually loaded.
    165mm: The howitzer mounted on the M 109A2 self-propelled howitzer. It is manually loaded.
 
Mortars
    60mm: Standard light mortar for the U.S. Army. It can be disassembled into three loads (bipod, baseplate, and tube) for easier transportation. Individual rounds are dropped down the tube by the loader. Requires two combat turns to set up. Wt: 20 kg (bipod 8 kg, baseplate 4 kg, tube 8 kg), Price: $15,000 (C/S).
    81mm: Standard medium mortar for most western armies. It can be disassembled into three loads (bipod, baseplate, and tube) for easier transportation. Individual rounds are dropped down the tube by the loader. Requires 6 combat turns to set up. Wt: 40 kg (bipod 15 kg, baseplate 10 kg, tube 15 kg), Price: $20,000 (C/S).
    82mm Vasilek: Standard medium mortar for the Warsaw Pact, the Vasilek is a clip-fed automatic mortar. May not be disassembled, but is provided with a detachable wheeled carriage to allow it to be towed behind a vehicle. The mortar may not be fired from its carriage. Requires 12 combat turns to set up. Wt: 80 kg (carriage weighs 50 kg), Mag: 5, Price: $35,000 (R/S).
    4.2": Standard heavy mortar for the U.S. Army. Can be disassembled into three loads (monopod, basePlate, and tube) for
easier transportation. Individual rounds are dropped down the
tube by the loader. Requires 12 Combat turns to set up. Wt:
300 kg (monopod 80 kg, baseplate 100 kg, tube 120 kg), Price:
$22,000 (C/S).
    120mm: Standard heavy mortar for the Warsaw Pact end most western European armies. It can be disassembled into three loads (bipod, baseplate, and tube) for easier transportation. A wheeled carriage is also provided to allow the assembled weapon to be towed behind a vehicle. The mortar may not be fired from its carriage. Individual rounds are dropped down the tube by the loader. Requires 12 combat turns to set up. Wt: 280 kg (bipod: 70 kg, baseplate 90 kg, tube 120 kg, wheeled carriage weighs 240 kg), Price: $25,000 (C/C).
 
Tripods
   With the exception of the AT-4, a tripod for a weapon must
be purchased separately.
    NLT (NATO Light Tripod): Accepts M60 and MG3. Wt: 7 kg,  Price: $250 (C/S).
    NMT (NATO Medium Tripod): Accepts MAG. Wt: 10 kg, Price:  $500 (S/R).
    NHT (NATO Heavy Tripod): Accepts M214, M2HB, and Mark-19.  Wt: 22 kg, Price: $1,000 (C/S).
             PLT (Pact Light Tripod): Accepts PK, Vz 59. Wt: 10 kg, Price:  $250 (S/C).
    PMT (Pact Medium Tripod): Accepts AGS-17. Wt: 12 kg,  Price: $500 (S/C).
    PHC (Pact Heavy Carriage): Accepts DShK. Wt: 100 kg, Price: $1,000(R/S).
 
 
Ammunition
 
Small Arms & Machinegun
  Weights per magazine include weight of magazine. Magazines are purchased separately and cost $1 per shot of capacity, except the 335-shot drum for 5.56 N.
   Longbow Arrow: Wt: 3 kg per 24, Price: $50 per 24 (C/C).
   Crossbow Bolt: Wt: 3 kg per 24, Price: $30 per 24 (C/C).
   4.7 Cls (4.7x21mm Caseless): Wt: 10 kg per case of 600,
1 kg per 32.shot magazine, Price: $1300 per case (S/R).
   5.46 B (5.48x39mm Bloc): Wt: 10 kg per case of 280, 0.5
kg per 10-shot magazine, 0.6 kg per 13-shot magazine, Price:
$100 per case (C/V).
   5.56 N (5.58x48mm NATO): Wt: 10 kg per case of 280 or
250 belted, 0.5 kg per, 10-shot magazine, 2 kg per 50-shot belt or drum 15 kg per 335-shot belt. Price: $100 per case, $200 per drum  (magazine included) (V/C).
   .22 LR (5.7x17mmR Long Rifle): Wt: 20 kg per case of 1,600, 0.3 kg per 10-shot magazine, Price: $225 per case (C/S).
  7.82 T (7.62x25mm Tokarev): Wt: 35 kg per case of 840,
.2 kg per 3-shot magazine, .6 kg per 11-shot magazine, Price:
$250 per case (R/S).
  7.62 S (7.62x39mm Short): Wt: 10 kg per case of 220, 1
kg per 10-shot magazine, Price: $80 per case (S/C).
  .30-30 (7.62x51mmR): Wt: 20 kg per case of 300, 15 loose
shots per kilogram, Price: $170 per case (C/S).
  7.62 N (7.62x51mm NATO): Wt: 15 kg per case of 200, .75
kg per 10-shot magazine, 3 kg per 33-shot belt, Price: $65 per
case (C/S).
  7.62 L (7.82x54mmR Long): Wt: 15 kg per case of 200 or
165 belted, 0.9 kg per 10-shot magazine, 3 kg per 33-shot belt,.
Price: $70 per case (S/C).
  .30-06 (7.62x83mm): Wt: 15 kg per case of 150, 35 loose
shots per kg, Price: $80 per case (S/R).
  .32 ACP (7,66x17mmSR): Wt: 20 kg per case of 800,
0.4 kg per 7-shot magazine.  Price: $150 per case (S/S). ?
  8mm M (7.92x57mm Mauser): Wt: 10 kg per case of 100,
0.2 kg per 2-shot magazine, Price: $30 per case (S/S).
  .380 ACP (9x17mm): Wt: 15 kg per case of 480, 0.1 kg per
3-shot magazine, Price: $125 per case (C/S).
  9mm M (9x18mm Makarov): Wt: 15 kg per case of 480, 0.1
kg per 3-shot magazine, Price: $200 per case (S/C).
  9mm P (9x19mm Parabellum): Wt: 15 kg per case of 480,
0.2 kg per 5-shot, 0.5 kg per 10-shot, 0.6 kg per 11-shot
magazine, Price: $225 per case (V/C).
  .38 Special (9x29mmR): Wt: 15 kg per case of 300 (65 loose
shots per kilogram), Price: $175 per case (S/R).
  .45 ACP (11.43x23mm):  Wt: 20 kg per case of 300, .3 kg
per 2-shot magazine. Price: $63 per case (S/R).
  12.7 B (12.7x83mmR Bloc): Wt: 25 kg per case of 34 belted,
11 kg per 33-shot belt, Price: $35 per case (S/C).
  .50 BMG (12.7x99mm): Wt: 15 kg per case of 35, belted,
13 kg per 35-shot belt, Price: $35 per case (C/S).
  .50 SLAP (12.7x99mm Saboted Light Armor Piercing): Wt:15 kg per case of 35, belted, 13 kg per 35-shot belt, Price: $60 per case (S/R).
  14.5 B (14.5xl 14mm Bloc): Wt: 30 kg per case of 33, belted,
25 kg per 33-shot belt, Price: $30 per case (S/C).
  12 Gauge (12 Gauge All-brass): Wt: 15 kg per case of 240,
1 kg per 10-shot magazine, (15 loose shots per kilogram), $1 0
per case (C/C).
 
 Types of Rounds
     Large caliber gun and grenade rounds come in several types,  explained below. Each weapon can fire one or more of these  types.
     API (Armor Piercing Incendiary): A nearly solid round containing a small amount of incendiary material in the base. Primarily  used against armored vehicles.
     HE (High Explosive): A high explosive round is a hollow casing containing an explosive compound. Set to detonate on impact or at a selected altitude, it is useful against infantry and
 some larger targets. It is the least expensive (and thus most common) indirect fire round used.
     HEPXPF (High Explosive Proximity Fused Pre-Fragmented): A  sophisticated air defense round also useful against personnel  on the ground. It is a high explosive round with a reservoir of tungsten pellets which become lethal fragments when the round is detonated. When used against aircraft the proximity fuse detonated the round when it approached within 6 meters of the aircraft.
     HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank): A hollow shell filled with  explosive compound. An inverted cone in the nose of the shell directs the explosive force forward into a high-energy jet of super-heated gas and molten metal, reducing the effectiveness of the round against soft targets but vastly increasing it against armor.
     APFSDS (Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot): The round consists of a sub-caliber finned penetrator (usually made of tungsten) surrounded by a full-bore aluminum sabot (pronounced SAY-bo) in several pieces. Once the round leaves the barrel, the sabot falls away. The combination of a large propelling charge and a small diameter penetrator results in very high  muzzle velocity and armor penetration.
     APFSDSDU (Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot Depleted Uranium): Essentially the same as an APFSDS round,   with a penetrator made of depleted uranium. The density and hardness of the DU penetrator increases the ability of the round to penetrate armor considerably. Depleted uranium is spent reactor fuel, and contains little or no U-235. It is not dangerously radioactive.
   HEDP (High Explosive Dual Purpose): A hollow round containing an explosive compound filler with a shaped charge director in the nose to provide the round with an enhanced armor penetrating capability.
   ICM (Improved Conventional Munitions): A hollow round filled with grenades. The round bursts in the air and scatters grenades over a large area. It is very effective against infantry.
   ICM-DP (Improved Conventional Munitions, Dual Purpose):   Similar to ICM, the ICM-DP round contains shaped charge grenades which have an improved effectiveness against armored targets, provided they achieve a direct hit.
   WP (White Phosphorus): A hollow round filled with white
phosphorus. Upon detonation, it scatters burning white
phosphorus throughout its burst radius. WP rounds also generate thick white smoke.
   CHEM (Chemical): A hollow shell which, upon landing, burns and releases a gas or smoke. The most common chemical is hexachloroethane (HC) smoke, and all prices below are based on that round. Rounds may also be filled with irritant gas (double price), blood agent poisonous gas (triple price) or nerve gas (quadruple price). In all cases, the chemical cloud will cover an area the width of the burst area and four times as long as the burst area. The cloud will originate at the impact point of the round and stretch down wind.
   ILLUM (Illumination): A hollow round containing a parachute flare which will illuminate the area defined by the round's burst radius for two combat turns (one minute).
   CLGP (Cannon Launched Guided Projectile): A high explosive round which homes on the reflection of a laser target designator.  If a laser target designator is aimed at a vehicle or building, the round has a 90% chance of a direct hit.
   FASCAM (Family of Scatterable Mines): A hollow round containing antitank and antipersonnel mines. The round bursts in the air and scatters mines over an area 100 meters in radius
from the burst point.
   Powder Charges: Most guns use a round which consists of
both the projectile and a brass casing with propellant. The
125mm gun and all howitzers fire a round consisting of a projectile and a separate powder charge. One powder charge is consumed for each projectile fired.
 
HAND GRENADES
   Fragmentation: The grenade, upon exploding, scatters metal fragments throughout its burst radius. Wt: 0.5 kg, 30 kg per case of 30, Price: $4 each, $100 per case (C/C).
   Chemical: Same as a chemical round for large caliber guns.
Two types are available: HC smoke and irritant gas. Wt: .5 kg,
16 kg per case of 16, Price: $3 each, $40 per case for smoke,
double prices for irritant (smoke C/S, irritant S/R).
   Anti-tank: The grenade is designed to explode on impact. It
contains a shaped charge, and is stabilized by fins so that the
grenade flies with the shaped charge pointing forward. Wt: 1
kg, 25 kg per case of 15, Price: $10 each, $120 per case (R/S).
   Concussion:  The grenade consists of explosive filler in a cardboard container. Upon explosion it will knock people down, but causes no lethal fragmentation. Wt: .5 kg, 20 kg per case of20, Price: $4 each, $70 per case (C/S).
   Thermite: The grenade has little blast or fragmentation, but
burns with intense heat. Wt: 1 kg, 20 kg per case of 16, Price:
$10 each, $140 per case (S/R).
   WP: The grenade scatters incendiary fragments throughout
its burst radius and burns with intense heat. Wt: I kg, 20 kg
per case of 16, Price: $20 each, $280 per case (S/S).
 
  Grenade Launcher Rounds
       30mm HE: Fired from an AGS-17 grenade launcher. Wt: 0.35 kg, 10 kg per 29-round drum. Price: $5 each, $120 per drum  (R/C).
       40mm HE: Fired from the M203, HK-69, or Mk-19 grenade launcher. Wt: 0.3 kg, 25 kg per case of 72, Price: $10 each, $700 per case (C/S).
       40mm HEDP: Fired from the M203, HK-69, or Mk-19. Wt: 0.3 kg, 25 kg per case of 72, Price: $9 each, $640 per case (S/R).
       40mm CHEM: Irritant gas only. Fired from the HK-69, M203, or Mk-19. Wt: 0.3 kg, 25 kg per case of 44, Price: $8 each, $350 per case, (S/R).
40mm ILLUM: Fired from the HK-69, M203, or Mk-19. Wt: 12 kg, 20 kg per case of 44, Price: $10 each, $400 per case (S/R).
       40mm HVHE: Fired only from the Mk-19 grenade launcher, the round is a standard HE round with a larger propelling charge for greater range. Wt: 0.4 kg, 20 kg per 50-shot belt, 25 kg per case of 50 belted, Price: $12 each, $600 per case (S/R).
       40mm HVHEDP: Fired only from the Mk-19 grenade launcher, this is a standard HEDP round with a larger propelling charge.   Wt: 0.4 kg, 20 kg per 50-shot case, 25 kg per case of 50 belted,   Price: $20 each, $1000 per case (S/R).
 
Rockets
    68.3mm HEAT: Fired from the RPG-16 rocket launcher. Wt: 3 kg, 10 kg per case of 3, Price: $ 150 each, $425 per case (R/S).
    66mm HEAT: Fired from the M202 rocket launcher. Wt: 7 kg per 4-round clip, Price: $500 per clip (S/R).
    66mm WP: Fired from the M202 rocket launcher. Wt: 7 kg per 4-round clip, Price: $1,000 per clip (S/R).
 
Rifle Grenades
    HEAT: Fired from any battle rifle or assault rifle. Wt: 0.7 kg, 20 kg per 10-round case, Price: $100, $1,000 per case (S/R).
    WP: Fired from any battle rifle or assault rifle. Wt: 0.7 kg, 20 kg per case of 10, Price: $200 each, $2,000 per case (S/R).
    140mm Rifle Assault Weapon (RAW) HE: A rocket-propelled grenade which can be fired from any assault rifle which fires 5.56 N ammunition. Wt: 3 kg, Price: $250 each (S/R).
    140ram Rifle Assault Weapon (RAW) HEAT: As above, but with a HEAT warhead Wt: 3 kg, Price: $500 each (S/R).
 
Antitank Missiles
    Tank Breaker: Fired from a Tank Breaker launcher. A self-guiding missile with a HEAT warhead. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $2,000 each (S/R).
    TOW II: Fired from the TOW launcher on the M2 Bradley. A wire-guided missile with a HEAT warhead. Wt: 20 kg, Price: $3,000 (S/R).
    AT-4: Fired from the AT-4 launcher. A wire-guided missile with a HEAT warhead. Wt: 7 kg, Price: $1,250 (R/S).
    AT-5: Fired from the AT-5 launcher on the BMP-B and BMP-C. A wire-guided missile with a HEAT warhead. Wt: 8 kg, Price: $2,000 (R/S).
 
Large Caliber Rounds
    23mm API: Wt: 100 kg per case of 33, belted. Price: $1,000 per case (S/C).
    23mm HE: Wt: 100 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $1,000 per case (S/C).
    25mm API: Wt: 100 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $1,500 per case (C/S).
    25mm HE: Wt: 100 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $1,500 per case (C/S).
    25mm APFSDSDU: Wt: 1 O0 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $4,500 per case (S/R).
    30mm API: Wt: 25 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $2,000 per case (S/C).
30mm HE: Wt: 25 kg per case of 33, belted, Price: $2,000 per case (S/C).
    40mm HE: Wt: 50 kg per case of 64, Price: $6,000 per case (C/S).
    40mm HEPXPF: Wt: 200 kg per case of 64, Price: $8,000 per case (R/R).
75mm HE: Wt: 10 kg, Price: $250 (C/S).
75mm WP: Wt: 10 kg, Price: $500 10 kg (R/R).
75mm APFSDS: Wt: 10 kg, Price: $600 (S/R).
105mm HEAT: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $600 (C/S).
105mm APFSDS: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $600 (S/R).
105mm APFSDSDU: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $1000 (R/R).
105mm WP: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $1000 (R/R).
120mm HEAT: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $800 (C/S).
120mm APFSDS: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $800 (S/R).
120mm APFSDSDU: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $1500 (R/R).
120mm WP: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $1000 (R/R).
125mm HE: Wt: 40 kg, Price: $800 (S/C).
125mm HEAT: Wt: 40 kg, Price: $800 (R/S).
125mm APFSDS: Wt: 40 kg, Price: $800 (S/R).
125mm APFSDSDU: Wt: 40 kg, Price: $1500 (R/R).
125mm Powder charge: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $80 (S/C).
 
Howitzer Rounds
     122mm HE: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $350 (S/C).
122mm HEAT: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $500 (R/S).
122mm ICM: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $2000 (R/R).
122mm WP: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $700 (R/S).
122mm CHEM: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $350 (R/S).
122mm ILLUM: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $350 (R/R).
122mm Powder Charge: Wt:10 kg, Price: $40 (C/V).
152mm HE: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (S/C).
152mm HEAT: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $750 (R/S).
152mm ICM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $3000 (R/R).
152mm WP: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $1000 (R/S).
152mm CHEM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (R/S).
152mm ILLUM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (R/R).
152mm Powder Charge: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $60 (C/V).
155mm HE: each, Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (C/S).
155mm HEAT: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $750 (C/S).
155mm ICM-DP: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $3000 (R/R).
155mm WP: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $1000 (S/R).
155mm CHEM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (S/R).
155mm ILLUM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $500 (S/R).
155mm CLGP: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $5000 (R/R).
155mm FASCAM: Wt: 50 kg, Price: $5000 (R/R).
155mm Powder Charge: Wt: 25 kg, Price: $60 (V/C).
 
Mortar Rounds
    60mm HE: Wt: 25 kg per case of 12, Price: $300 per case (C/S).
    60mm WP: Wt: 25 kg per case of 12. Price: $600 per case (S/R).
    60mmlLLUM: Wt: 25 kg per case of 12, Price: $300 per case (S/R).
 81mm HE: Wt: 25 kg case of 3, Price: $150 per case (C/S).
 81mm WP: Wt: 25 kg case of 3, Price: $300 per case (S/R).
 81mm ILLUM: Wt: 25 kg per case of 3, Price: $150 (S/R).
    82mm HE: Wt: 50 kg per 5-round clip, Price: $300 per clip (S/C).
    82mm HEDP: Wt: 50 kg per 5-round clip, Price: $600 per clip (R/S).
    82mm WP: Wt: 25 kg per case of 3, Price: $300 per case (R/S).
    82mm ILLUM: Wt: 25 kg peg case of 3, Price: $150 per case (R/S).
    4.2 Inch HE: Wt: 35 kg per case of 2, Price: $200 per case (C/S).
    4.2 Inch ICM-DP: Wt: 35 kg per case of 2, Price: $2000 per case (R/R).
    4.2 Inch WP: Wt: 35 kg per case of 2. Price: $400 per case (S/R).
    4.2 Inch CHEM: Wt: 35 kg per case of 2, Price: $200 per case (S/R).
    4.2 Inch ILLUM: Wt: 35 kg per case of 2 Price: $200 per case (S/R).
    120mm HE: Wt: 50 kg per case of 2. Price: $200 per case (V/V).
    120mm WP: Wt: 50 kg per case of 2, Price: $400 per case (S/S).
    120mm CHEM: Wt: 50 kg per case of 2, Price: $250 per case (S/S).
    120mm ILLUM: Wt: 50 kg per case of 2, Price: $200 per case (S/R).
 
VEHICLES
   Notes: Price: includes all weapons listed under Armament, all ammunition listed under Ammo, and one full load of fuel; RF: rangefinder bonus; Armament: the weapon or weapons with which the vehicle is normally equipped, included in the vehicle price (MG = machinegun, GL = grenade launcher); Ammo: the amount of ammunition carried in ammunition stores (additional ammo may be purchased and carried, but it counts as cargo); Tr Mov: travel move; Com Mov: combat move; Fuel Cap: fuel capacity, in liters; Fuelcons: fuel consumption rate, in liters of gasoline per period; Fuel Type: types of fuel which the vehicle can use (G = gasoline, AvG: aviation gasoline, D = diesel, A = alcohol-- methanol and ethanol); Load: the vehicle's interior cargo capacity; Veh Wt: the vehicle's gross weight, including ammo and fuel but not cargo; Mnt: Maintenance number; Crew: (number of crew)+ (number of passengers).
   Weapons Mounts:  Most weapons are fired by the vehicle's
gunner. Weapons fired by other crewmembers are mounted in
weapons mounts. A weapons mount will accept any machinegun or the AGS-17 or Mk-19 grenade launcher; most
mounts have a weapon in them already, but this may be removed at will. The entry for each vehicle explains the location of its weapons mounts (if any) and who fires it (C = commander, P = passenger).
 Firing Ports: Firing ports are small doors in the sides of some
vehicles, to permit passengers to fire certain small arms while
inside. The following limitations apply: only assault rifles, battle rifles, submachineguns, and sporting rifles may be used in firing ports. Drivers and gunners may not use firing ports, but all other crewmembers may (one each). Range is limited to close.
 
Unarmored Cargo Vehicles
    Bicycle: A rugged, military model. Bicycles are among the few vehicles still being manufactured in any quantity. Tr Mov: 60/20, Com Mov: 20/10, Wt: 15 kg, Price: $1000 (V/V).
    Civilian Car: One of a variety of makes and models of light passenger cars. Price: $6,000 (V/V) Tr Mov: 200/30 Com Mov: 70/15 Fuel Cap: 80 Fuel Cons: 20 Fuel Type: G, A Load: 0.5 tons Veh Wt: 1 ton Mnt: 2 Crew: 2 + 3
   HMMWV (Hum-Vee): The letters stand for High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle. It is a four-wheel drive off-road vehicle designed as a light scout, utility, and cargo vehicle, and has replaced the Jeep in U.S. service. It has a weapons mount (C) above the commander's seat; however, no weapon is provided. Price: $20,000 (C/S) Tr Mov: 200/60 Com Mov: 70/25 Fuel Cap: 90 Fuel Cons: 30 Fuel Type: D, G, A Load: 1.25 tons Veh Wt: 2 tons Mnt: 2 Crew: 2 + 4
    UAZ-469: The Warsaw Pact equivalent of the jeep or 3A-ton truck, the UAZ-469 is a light wheeled utility vehicle. It has a weapons mount (P) on a post behind the front seat; however, no weapon is provided. Price: $8,000 (S/C) Tr Mov: 200/40 Com Mov: 70/25 Fuel Cap: 60 Fuel Cons: 20 Fuel Type: G, A Load: 0.5 tons Veh Wt: 1.6 tons Mnt: 2 Crew: 2+3
    Motorcycle: One of a variety of rugged off-road dirt bikes used primarily for scouting. Price: $5,000 (V/V) Tr Mov: 190/75 Com Mov: 65/30 Fuel Cap: 16 Fuel Cons: 8 Fuel Type: G, A, AvG Load: 300 kg Veh Wt: 156kg Mnt: 2 Crew: 1 + 1
    2 1/2-ton truck: A standard 6 x 6 cargo truck with moderate cross-country performance and capable of carrying 2 1/2 tons or cargo or an equivalent load of passengers. Price: $15,000 (C/C) Tr Mov: 180/35 Com Mov: 60/15 Fuel Cap: 195 Fuel Cons: 65 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 2.5 tons Veh Wt: 4 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 2
    5-ton truck: A standard 4 x 6 cargo truck with limited off-road performance and capable of carrying 5 tons of cargo or an equivalent load of passengers. Price: $20,000 (S/S) Tr Mov:
160/15 Com Mov: 55/10 Fuel Cap: 280 Fuel Cons: 70 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 5 tons Veh Wt: 5 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 2
    8-ton truck: A standard 4 x 6 cargo truck with limited off-road performance and capable of carrying 8 tons of cargo or an equivalent load of passengers. Price: $30,000 (S/S) Tr Mov:
100/10 Com Mow 35/10 Fuel Cap: 450 Fuel Cons: 150 Fuel
Type: D, A Load: 8 tons Veh Wt: 7 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 2
    3/4-ton truck: A civilian type 4 x 4 pickup truck used for military service. It can carry 3/4 ton of cargo or an equivalent load of passengers. Price: $10,000 (S/S) Tr Mov: 180/35 Com Mov: 60/20 Fuel Cap: 90 Fuel Cons: 30 Fuel Type: G, A, AvG, Load: 750 kg Veh Wt: 2 tons Mnt: 2 Crew: 2
    Wagon: A large bed wagon drawn by either two or four horses (or oxen). Four are required in hills or difficult terrain, two on roads. (If oxen are used, speed is halved and load doubled.) Price: $1,000 (V/V) Tr Mov: 20/5 Com Mov: 10/5 Load: 1 ton Veh Wt: 0.5 ton Crew: 1
    Cart: A two-wheel cart drawn by one animal. If in hills or difficult country, the maximum load is halved. There is no provision made for harnessing a second animal to the cart. (If oxen are used, speed is halved and load doubled.) Price: $500 (V/V), Tr Mov: 20/5 Com Mov: 10/5 Load: .5 ton Veh Wt: 0.25 ton  Crew: 1
    5,000-liter (5-ton) tank truck: A 5-ton truck with the cargo bed replaced with a 5,000-liter sealed tank for transportation of bulk liquids. Price: $15,000 (C/C) Tr Mov: 160/15 Com Mov: 55/10 Fuel cap: 280 Fuelcons: 70 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 5,000 It. Veh Wt: 5 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 2
    10,000-liter (10-ton) tank truck: A heavy cargo truck with the cargo bed replaced with a 10,000-liter sealed tank. Price: $25,000 (S/S) Tr Mov: 100/10 Com Mov: 35/10 Fuel cap: 450 Fuel Cons: 150 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 10,000 It. Veh Wt: 8.5 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 2
    1-ton cargo trailer: A small two-wheel cargo trailer which can be towed behind any motor vehicle (except a motorcycle). Price: $1,000 (V/V) Load: 1 ton Veh Wt: 0.5 ton
    1,000-liter (1-ton) tank trailer: Identical to the 1-ton cargo trailer, the tank trailer has had the cargo bed replaced with a 1,000-liter sealed tank for transportation of bulk liquid. Price: $1,000 (V/V) Load: 1,000 liters Veh Wt: 0.5 ton
 
Armored Personnel Carriers
    M2 Bradley: A tracked, amphibious infantry fighting vehicle. Main entrance to the passenger compartment is by two large hinged doors in the rear of the vehicle. There is also a driver's hatch on the left front hull deck and hatches for the commander and gunner on top of the turret. There are two firing ports on the left, two on the right, and two on the rear. These firing ports will accept only the M231 submachinegun, and the M231 can fire to extreme range. Price: $200,000 (S/R) RF: + 15 Armament: 25mm Autocannon, twin TOW launcher, MAG MG, 6 x M231 Ammo: 300 x 25mm, 7 x TOW II Tr Mov: 140/85 Com Mov: 50/35 Fuel Cap: 650 Fuel Cons: 200  Fuel Type: D,A Load: 1.5 tons Veh Wt: 20 tons Mnt: 8 Crew: 3+7
  Ml13: A tracked, amphibious armored personnel carrier. There is a hatch on the left front deck for the driver, a hatch in the center of the deck for the commander, which has a
weapons mount (C), a large rear drop ramp for access to the
vehicle interior, and a large rectangular hatch on the rear deck.
There are two other weapons mounts (P): one on either side
of the large rear deck hatch, used by passengers standing up
in the open large hatch; however, no weapons are provided.
Price: $75,000 (S/R) Armament: M2HB MG (C) Ammo: as cargo Tr Mov: 120/70 Com Mov: 40/30 Fuel Cap: 360 Fuel Cons: 120 Load: 2 tons Veh Wt: 11 tons Fuel Type: D, A Crew:  2 + 11  Mnt: 6
    BMP-B: One of the standard Warsaw Pact tracked, amphibious armored personnel carriers. Main access to the vehicle interior is by a drop ramp in the vehicle rear. There is a driver's hatch on the left front deck, a commander's hatch behind it, a gunner's hatch on top of the turret, and two long oval-shaped hatches on the rear deck for the passengers. There are three rifle firing ports and one machinegun firing port on each side of the vehicle. The machinegun firing port will accept any battle rifle, assault rifle, or the PK machinegun. Price: $1 50,000 (R/S) RF:+ 5 Armament: 30ram Autocannon, AT-5 launcher, PK MG Ammo: 200 x 30ram, 3 x AT-5 Tr Mov: 120/70 Com Mov: 40/30 Fuel Cap: 440 Fuel Cons: 110 Load: 1.5 tons Veh Wt: 12.5 tons Fuel Type: D, G, AvG, A Crew: 3 + 8   Mnt: 12
    BMP-C: Another tracked, amphibious armored personnel carrier, the BMP-C is an upgraded model of the BMP-B, and has an identical layout and configuration. Price: $175,000 (R/S) RF: + 15 Armament: 30mm autocannon, PK MG, AGS-17 GL, AT-5 launcher Ammo: 200 x 30mm, 3 x AT-5, 100 x 30ram grenades Tr Mov: 130/80 Com Mov: 45/30 Fuel Cap: 520 Fuel Cons: 130 Fuel Type: D, G, A, AvG Load: 1.5 tons Veh Wt: 13 tons Mnt: 12 Crew: 3 + 8
    BTR-70: An 8-wheeled amphibious armored personnel carrier. The BTR-70 has a side door and roof hatch for both the driver and commander, and a hatch in the deck of the turret for the gunner. There are large overhead hatches for the passengers on the vehicle deck. There are three firing ports on each side of the vehicle. Price: 75,000 (S/C) RF: none Armament: KPV MG Ammo: as cargo Tr Mov: 160/65 Com Mov: 55/25 Fuel Cap: 290 Fuelcons: 80 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 2.5 tons Veh Wt: 10 tons Mnt: 6 Crew: 3 + 14
    OT-64: An 8-wheeled amphibious armored personnel carrier jointly developed by the Czech and Polish armies, the OT-64 is used by the Czechs and Poles instead of the BTR-70. OT-64s were also used by the East German Army, but few are still serviceable due to a shortage of spare parts. It is identical in layout to the BTR-70. Price: 80,000 (S/C) RF: none Armament: KPV MG Ammo: as cargo Tr Mov: 180/70 Com Mov: 60/30 Fuel Type: D, A Fuel Cap: 290 Fuel Cons: 70 Load: 3 tons Veh Wt: 14 tons Crew: 3 + 15 Mnt: 6
 
Light Combat Vehicles
   LAV-25: An 8-wheeled amphibious armored personnel car-
rier/scout vehicle based on the Mowag Piranha (an 8-wheeled
armored car). There is a driver's hatch on the left front deck,
hatches for the gunner and commander on the turret deck, and
two large hinged doors on the rear of the vehicle. There are three firing ports on each side of the vehicle. Price: $100,000 (S/R) RF: + 15 Armament: 25mm autocannon, MAG MG Ammo: 297 x 25mm Tr Mov: 180/70 Com Mov: 60/25 Fuel Cap: 290 Fuel Cons: 70 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 2 tons Veh Wt: 12 tons Mnt: 6 Crew: 3 + 8
    LAV-75: A light tank based on the suspension and drive train of the M 113 armored personnel carrier with a more powerful engine and a remote turret. The driver's hatch is on the left front deck, gunner's hatch on the right front deck, and commander's hatch on the turret deck. Price: $250,000 (R/R) RF: +40 Armament: 75mm Autocannon, MAG MG Ammo: 36 x 75mm Tr Mov: 160/95 Com Mov: 55/40 Fuel Cap: 520 Fuel Cons: 130 Fuel Type: D, G, A, AvG Load: .5 ton Veh Wt: 15 tons  Mnt: 10 Crew: 3
    BRDM-3: A four-wheel armored scout car, the BRDM-3 has four additional retractable wheels which can be lowered to improve off-road performance. There is a driver's hatch and commander's hatch on the front deck and a gunner's hatch on the turret deck. Price: $50,000 (S/C) RF: + 5 Armament: 30mm autocannon, PK MG Ammo: 100 x 30ram Tr Mov: 200/60 Com Mov: 70/25 Fuel Cap: 290 Fuel Cons: 80 Fuel Type: G, AvG, A Load: 600kg Veh Wt: 8 tons Mnt: 4 Crew: 4
    OT-65: An independent development by the Hungarian Army, the OT-65 is an amphibious 4-wheeled armored scout car.  It is used in place of the BRDM-3 by Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria. It has a side door on each side of the car and a hatch on the turret deck for the gunner. Price: $45,000 (S/C) RF: + 5 Armament: 23mm autocannon, PK MG Ammo: 150 x 23mm Tr Mov: 200/60 Com Mov: 70/25 Fuel Cap: 290 Fuel Cons: 80 Load: 700 kg Veh Wt: 8 tons Fuel Type: D, A Crew: 4 Mnt: 4
 
Main Battle Tanks
    M1: A tracked main battle tank with a large turret. There is a driver's hatch in the center of the front deck, and a commander's and loader's hatch on the turret deck. The tank's gunner uses the commander's hatch. A weapons mount (C) is
located by the commander's hatch. Price: $600,000 (R/R) RF:
+40 Armament: 105mm gun, MAG MG, M2HB MG (C)Am-
too: 55 x 105mm Tr Mov: 140/110 Com Mov: 50/40 Fuel Cap:
1920 Fuel Cons: 560 Load: 700 kg Fuel Type: D, G, AvG, A
Veh Wt: 54 tons Mnt: 14 Crew: 4
M1E1: Essentially the same tank as the M1 but with a large (120mm) gun. Price: $650,000 (R/R) RF: +40 Armament:
120mm gun, MAG MG, M2HB MG (C) Ammo: 40 x 120ram Tr  Mov: 140/110 Com Mov: 45/35 Fuel Cap: 1920 Fuel Cons: 560  Fuel Type: D, G, AvG, A Load: 700 kg Veh Wt: 55 tons Mnt: 14 Crew: 4
     M1E2: An M 1 with a slightly higher superstructure and a small casemate (unmanned) turret. The commander, gunner, and  driver ride in the vehicle chassis and the gun is remotely controlled and automatically loaded. The driver and gunner each have a hatch on the front deck and the commander's hatch is on the turret deck. A weapons mount (C) is located by the commander's hatch. Price: $700,000 (R/R) RF: +40 Armament: 120mm gun, MAG MG, M2HB MG (C) Ammo: 40 x 120ram Tr Mov: 130/1 O0 Com Mov: 50/40 Fuel Cap: 1920 Fuel Cons: 560 Fuel Type: D, G, AvG, A Load: 700 kg Veh Wt: 55 tons Mnt: 14 Crew: 3
     T-72: A tracked main battle tank. There is a driver's hatch on the middle front deck and a gunner's hatch and commander's hatch on the turret deck. The gun is automatically reloaded. A weapons mount is located by the commander's hatch. Price:  $400,000 (R/R) RF: + 30 Armament: 125mm gun, PK MG, DShK MG (C) Ammo: 40 x 125ram Tr Mov: 120/70 Com Mov: 40/25 Fuel Cap: 960 + 400 Fuel Cons: 240 Load: 500 kg Veh  Wt: 40 'tons Fuel Type: D, A Crew: 3 Mnt: 18
     T-80: An improved version of the T-72, the T-80 has an identical layout. Price: $500,000 (R/R) RF: + 30 Armament: 125mm gun, PK MG, DShK MG (C)Ammo: 40 x 125mm Tr Mov: 120/70 Com Mov: 40/25 Fuel Cap: 960 + 400 Fuel Cons: 240 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 500 kg Veh Wt: 40 tons Mnt: 18 Crew: 3
      T-90: An enlarged T-80 chassis with a case-mated remote controlled gun. The gunner and driver have hatches on the front deck and the commander has a hatch on the turret deck. A weapons mount (C) is located at the commander's hatch. Price: $600,000 (R/R) RF: +40 Armament: 125mm gun, PK MG, DShK MG (C) Ammo: 40 x 125mm Tr Mov: 120/90 Com Mov: 40/30 Fuel Cap: 960 + 400 Fuel Cons: 240 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 500 kg Veh Wt: 40 tons Mnt: 16 Crew: 3
 
Self-Propelled Artillery
    M109A2: A tracked self-propelled howitzer with a large turret on the rear vehicle deck. There is a driver's hatch on the left front deck, a commander's hatch and gunner's hatch on the turret deck, and hinged doors on both sides of the turret, the rear of the turret, and the rear of the hull. A weapons mount is
located by the commander's hatch. Price: $300,000 (R/R) RF:
+ 15 Armament: 155mm howitzer, M2HB MG (C) Ammo:
36 x 155 Tr Mov: 110/65 Com Mov: 35/25 Fuel Cap: 450 Fuel
cons: 1 50 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 1 ton Veh Wt: 25 tons Mnt:
10 Crew: 6
    M-988: Also known as the Sergeant York, or DIVAD (Divisional Air Defense gun), the M-988 is a tracked, self-propelled air defense gun. It has a commander's hatch and gunner's hatch on the turret deck and a driver's hatch in the middle of the front deck. Price: $100,000 (R/R) RF: + 15 Armament: twin 40mm  autocannons Ammo: 233 x 40mm Tr Mov: 100/60 Com Mov:  35/25 Fuel Cap: 1400 Fuel Type: D, A Fuel Cons: 280 Load:  500 kg Veh Wt: 48 tons Mnt: 12 Crew: 3
     SAU-122: An amphibious, tracked self-propelled howitzer.  The SAU-122 has a driver's hatch on the front left deck and has a commander's hatch and loader's hatch on the turret deck. A weapons (C) mount is located by the commander's hatch. Price: $200,000 (R/R) RF: + 5 Armament: 122mm howitzer, DShK MG (C) Ammo: 40 x 122 Tr Mov: 120/70 Com Mov: 40/30 Fuel cap: 550 Fuelcons: 130 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 600 kg Veh Wt: 23 tons Mnt: 10 Crew: 4
     SAU-152: A tracked self-propelled howitzer. The SAU-152  has a driver's hatch on the front left deck, there is a commander's hatch on the turret deck, and a loader's hatch on the right turret side (not deck). A weapons mount (C) is located by the commander's hatch. Price: $250,000 (R/R) RF: + 5 Armament: 152mm howitzer, DShK MG (C)Ammo: 30 x 152 Tr Mov: 100/60 Com Mov: 35/25 Fuel Cap: 500 Fuel Cons: 170 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 800 kg Veh Wt: 28 tons Mnt: 10 Crew: 5
     ZSU-30-6: A self-propelled air defense gun. The ZSU-30-6 has hinged doors on the right and left front sides for the driver and loader, and has a commander's hatch and gunner's hatch on the turret deck. Price: $100,000 (R/R) RF: + 5 Armament: 30mm Gatling gun Ammo: 500 x 30 Tr Mov: 90/55 Com Mov: 65/40 Fuel Cap: 250 Fuel Cons: 80 Fuel Type: D, A Load: 600 kg Veh Wt: 14 tons Mnt: 12 Crew: 4
 
ANIMALS
    Horse (broken): Used as a mount, pack animal, or draft animal.  Price: $2,000 (S/S) Hits: 60 Meat: 90 kg Tr Mov: 20/20 Com Mov 10/30/60 Feed: 12 kg + graze Load: 120 kg Wt: 350 kg
    Horse (unbroken): An animal unused to carrying a saddle. It must be broken before being put to any work. Price: $1,000 (S/S)
    Mule: Sterile hybrid offspring of a horse and donkey. Used as a pack and draft animal. Price: $600 (S/S) Hits: 40 Meat: 70 kg Tr Mov: 20/20 Com Move: 10/20 Feed: 10 kg + graze Load: 80 kg Wt: 300 kg
    Ox: A neutered bovine, generally a bull, used as a draft animal.  Price: $600 (C/C) Hits: 70 Meat: 250 kg Tr Mov: 5/5 Com Mov 10/15 Feed: graze Load:)70 kg Wt: 600 kg
 
MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT
 
Explosives
    Dynamite Stick: The most common explosive used by civil engineers for demolitions, it is relatively easy to manufacture and is coming into more common military use. Wt: 30 kg per case, $10 per quarter-kilogram stick, $900 per case of 100  sticks (C/C).
    Plastic Explosive: Plastic explosive can be molded to desired shapes and will adhere to desired surfaces. It will not explode if burned, and can only be detonated by another explosion, usually provided by a blasting cap. Wt: 30 kg per case, Price: $100 per 1 kilogram block, $2,000 per case of 20 blocks (S/R)
    Mine, Antipersonnel: Wt: 20 kg, 80 per case of 4, Price: $100, $400 per case (C/C).
    Mine, Anti-Tank: Wt: 35 kg, 70 per case of 2, Price: $400,  $800 per case (S/S).
 Mine, Claymore: Wt: 2 kg, 12 per case of 6, Price: $250, $800 per case (S/R).
           Demo Kit: Contains an assortment of blasting caps,
time fuses, fuse wire, and detonators to enable a character to
rig explosive charges and fuse them for a time delay, remote
detonation, contact, movement, pressure or tamper detonation.
Wt: 5 kgs, Price: $750 (C/C).
 
Generators
1.5 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 2 liters per period, Wt: 50 kgs. Price: $200 (C,C)
    5 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 5 liters per period, Wt: 150 kgs. Price: $700 (C/C).
    10 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 7 liters per period, Wt: 250 kgs. Price: $1200 (S/S).
60 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 40 liters per period, Wt: 600 kgs. Price: $8,000 (S/S).
    100 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 55 liters per period, Wt: 1000 kgs. Price: $15,000 (R/R).
    600 kilowatt: Fuel Consumption: 170 liters per period, Wt: 2500 kgs. Price: $50,000 (R/R).
 
Stills
    Small: Uses 30 kg of organic material per day and produces 5 liters of alcohol per day. Wt: 700 kgs. Price: $500 (V/V).
    Medium: Uses 80 kg of organic material per day and produces 35 liters of fuel per day. Wt: 2,000 kgs. Price: $2500 (V/V).
    Large: Uses 3 tons of organic material per day and produces 2,400 liters of alcohol per day. Wt: 83 tons Price: $200,000 (C/C).
 
Heaters & Coolers
    Freezer, small: A 1 cubic-foot freezer suitable for preserving food or medical supplies. It can be powered either by a vehicle battery or a generator. Power Consumption: 0.12 kw, Wt: 20 kgs. Price: $100 (S/S).
    Freezer, large: A 14 cubic-foot freezer. It can only be powered by a generator. Power Consumption: 1.4 Kw, Wt: 175 kgs.  Price: $1000 (S/S)
    Portable Heater: Suitable for one average sized-room. Power Consumption: 4.75 Kw, Wt: 3 kgs Price: $200 (C/C).
    150 liter water heater:  Power Consumption: 175 Kw, Wt: 180 kgs. Price: $1,500 (C/C).
    Refrigerator, small: Suitable for preserving small quantities of food or medical supplies. It can be powered by a vehicle or a generator. Power Consumption:. 1 Kw, Wt: 20 kgs. Price: $100  (C/C).
    Refrigerator, large: 14 cubic feet. Power Consumption: 1.3 Kw, Wt: 150 kgs. Price: $1,000 (S/S).
    Field Cooker, military: Fuel Consumption: 8 liters/period. Wt: 250 kgs. Price: $1,000 (C/C).
 
Hand Tools
    Basic Tool Kit: Small hand tools suitable for a variety of purposes, including wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, and so on. Wt: 5 kgs. Price: $200 (V/V).
    Power Hand Tools: A selection of power tools including a chainsaw, 9" rotary saw, drill, and other electrical tools. Power consumption is for the whole set. Power Consumption: 4 Kw, Wt: 35 kgs. Price: $500 (C/C).
    Wheeled Vehicle Tools: Specialized tools for repair and maintenance of wheeled vehicles. It includes spark plug wrenches, torque wrenches, a grease gun, and so on. Wt: 10 kgs.  Price: $500 (C/C).
     Tracked Vehicle Tools: As above, but for tracked vehicles.  Wt: 15kgs. Price: $1,000 (S/S).
     Aircraft Tools: As above, but for aircraft. Wt: 22 kgs. Price: $2000 (R/R).
    Excavating Tools: Picks, shovels, mattocks, and so on. Wt: 20 kgs. Price: $300 (V/V).
    Construction Tools: Hammers, saws, squares, hatchets, chisels, and other woodworking tools. Wt: 30 kgs. Price: $500 (C/C).
     Small Arms Tools: Specialized tools for repair of small arms.  Wt: 5 kgs. Price: $200 (S/S).
     Heavy Ordnance Tools: As above, but for heavy ordnance.  Wt: 25 kgs. Price: $750 (S/S).
    Electrical Repair: Specialized tools for work on electrical appliances, wiring, and non-solid state equipment. Wt: 3 kgs. Price: $500 (C/C).
    Electronic Repair: As above, but for work on solid state electrical devices such as radios, radar sets, etc. Wt: 3 kgs. Price: $1,000 (S/S).
    Arc Welder: Operates of an integral generator, which cannot be modified for other use. Fuel Consumption: 40 liters per period. Wt: 75 kgs. Price: $500 (S/S).
    Portable Machine Shop: A Trailer containing powered machine tools, including a bench grinder, horizontal and vertical boring machines, a milling machine, metal and wood working lathes, and numerous other machine tools. Exact components and uses are left to the discretion of the referee. It can be towed by any .truck except a 3/4-ton. Power Consumption: 60 Kw, Wt: 1.75 tons. Price: $75,000 (R/R).
    Lockpick Tools: Picks, torsion wrenches, shims, a
stethoscope, and other equipment to open all types of locks.
Wt: .5 kg Price: $200 (V/V).
 
Radios
    2 km Hand: Powered from internal batteries. Wt: .5 kg, Price: $250 (C/C).
    5/25 km Manpack/Vehicular: Powered from either internal batteries (for 5 km range) or a vehicle (25 km range). Wt: 5 kg, Price: $500 (S,S).
    5/25 km Secure Manpack/Vehicular: Powered from either internal batteries (for 5 km range) or a vehicle (25 km range) Includes an integral scrambler/descrambler (conversations using this radio can only be understood by another unit equipped with a scrambler/descrambler) Wt: 5 kg, Price: $2000 (S/S).
    50 km Vehicle: Powered by a vehicle. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $1500 (S/S).
    50 km Secure Vehicle:  Powered by a vehicle, with an integral scrambler/descrambler. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $6000 (R/R).
 
Range Finders
    Portable Laser RF.  Powered from internal batteries. Reads out distance to a designated object. Wt: .2 kg,  Price: $1000 (R/R).
    Vehicle Laser RF. Vehicular powered. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $1500 (S/S).
    Portable Coincidence RF.  Powered from internal batteries. Reads out distance to a designated object. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $500  (S/S).
    Vehicle Coincidence RF.  Powered from internal batteries. Wt: 3 kg, Price: $700 (C/C).
    Vehicle Laser RF with Ballistic Computer. Vehicular powered. Feeds target correction data directly into on-board targeting computer. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $10,000 (S/S).
    Recticle Gunsight. An old-style, non-electrical range-finder. Price: $5,000 (R/R)
 
Vision Devices
 4x Binoculars. Wt: .5 kg, Price: $100 (V/V)
    25 x Image Intensifier. Powered from internal batteries. These act as binoculars also. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $2500 (S,S)
    Starlight Scope. Powered from internal batteries. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $1000 (R/R)
    IR Goggles. Powered from internal batteries. Wt: .5 kg, Price: $550 (C/C)
 IR Spotlight. Powered by a vehicle. Wt: 3 kg, Price: $450 (C,C)
     White Light Spotlight. Powered by a vehicle. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $400 (V/V)
    Thermal Sight. Powered from internal batteries. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $5000 (R/R)
Laser Sight.  Powered from internal batteries.  Wt: 0.3 kg,  Price: $1000.
 
Radars
        Ground Surveillance. Vehicular powered, through a 100m  cable to permit limited tactical mobility. Wt: 7 kg, Price:  $40,000    (S/R).
        Mortar Counter-Battery. Vehicular powered, through a 100m cable to permit limited tactical mobility. Wt: 7 kg, Price: $100,000 (S/R).
Counter-Battery. Vehicular powered, through a 100m cable to permit limited tactical mobility. Wt: 7 kg, Price:
$200,000 (R/R).
 
Laser Designators
    Man Portable. Powered from internal batteries. Wt: 3 kg,  Price: $1000 (S/R).
    Vehicle Mounted. Vehicular powered. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $2000  (S/R).
 
NBC Equipment
    Chemical Sniffer. Powered by internal batteries. Wt: 2 kg,  Price: $500 (C/C).
    Optical Chemical sensor. Powered by internal batteries. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $2000 (S/R)
    Geiger Counter. Powered by internal batteries. Wt: .5 kg,  Price: $500 (C/C).
 Gas Mask. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $150 (V/V).
    Steam Decontamination Troller. Operates from integral 60 Kw generator (requires fuel as above) Wt: 1 ton. Price: $5000 (S/C).
Chemical Defense Suit. Wt: 8 kg, Price: $1000 (S/C).
 
Medical Supplies
    Anesthetic, Total (100 units). Available in two forms; liquid (for injection) and gaseous. Price: $1000 (R/R).
Anesthetic, Local (I, 100 units). Wt: .5 kg Price: $1000 (R/R).
Antibiotic (100 units). +, -, and + varieties. Available in two forms; liquid (which requires refrigeration) and oral (which does not) Oral costs $250 more per 100 units. Wt: .2 kg, Price: $500 (R/R).
Anti-fever (100 units). Wt: .5 kg Price: $500 (R/R).
Atropine (100 units). Liquid form. Wt: .2 kg, Price: $500 (R/R).
Atropine (10 auto-injectors). .Pre-measured, automatic injectors, which can be operated by non-medical personnel. Wt: .5 kg Price: $75 (R/R).
    Pain-reliever, Mild, (100). Oral (pill) form only. Wt: .5 kg Price: $ 500 (R/R).
    Sedative, mild, (100 units).  Oral form only. Wt: .5 kg Price:  $500 (R/R).
    Sedative, strong, (100 Units). Liquid (for injection) form only. Wt: .5 kg Price: $500 (R/R).
 Blood, Whole (1 unit). Wt: .5 kg, Price: $25 (S/S).
 Plasma (1 unit). Wt: .5 kg, Price: $10 (S/S).
    Surgical Instruments. Scalpels, forceps, hemostats, clamps, and other tools for major surgery. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $2500 (R/R).
    Personal Medical Kit.  An individual soldier's first aid kit. Includes bandages, I unit of antibiotic, and other first aid materials. Wt: .2 kg, Price: $100 (C/C).
    Doctor's Medical Kit. Medical equipment and drugs. Includes 10 units of each drug type, plus bandages and tools for minor surgery. Wt: 5 kg, Price: $1000 (S/S).
 
Body Armor
 Kevlar Flak Jacket. Wt: 4 kg, Price: $800 (C/S.)
 Plate Insert Jacket. Wt: 8 kg, Price: $400 (C/C).
 Ballistic Nylon Helmet. Wt: 0.5 kg, Price: $150 (C/S).
 Steel Helmet. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $80 (C/C).
Teflon Suit:   A bullet proof suit, usually accessible only to Special Operational Forces.  Does not cover the head.  Against bullets, it protects as a Kevlar Jacket (10).  Against melee weapons and fragmentation the protection is halved (5).  Wt: 5 kg.  Price: 2,000 (R/R).
Riot Helmet:  Protects as a ballistic nylon helmet (10), however it comes with an optional face shield (armor: 5) for added protection.  Wt: 0.5 kg  Price: $500 (R/R).
 
Personal Gear
    Fatigues. These include boots, socks, and so on. Wt: 4 kg, Price: $80 (V/V).
 Rucksack. Weight given is empty. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $50 (V/V).
 Flashlight. Powered by internal batteries. Price: $20 (C/C).
 Combat Webbing. Wt: 2 kg, Price: $30 (V/V).
 Shelter Half. Wt: .5 kg, Price: $25 (C/C).
 Sleeping Bag. Wt: 4 kg, Price: $150 (C/C).
    Thermal Fatigues. Includes boots, socks, etc. Wt: 6 kg, Price: $100 (S/S).
 Parks. Includes boots, socks, etc. Wt: 3 kg, Price: $150 (C/C).
Sleeping System:   A set of sleeping bags to be used in various weather conditions.  The basic bag is used in normal conditions,  then a Gortex shell for wet weather and in insert for cold and extreme cold weather.  Weighs less than a normal bag and packs into a smaller space, but considerably more expensive.  Wt: 2 kg,  Price: $800  (R/R).
 
Other Equipment
    20 liter Jerrycan. For fuel and other liquids. Wt: 1 kg, Price: $25 (V/V).
 4-man Tent. Varies in styles and shapes.  Dome, triangle, etc.  Weather proof.  Wt: 12 kg, Price: $400 (C/C).
 10-man Tent.  Same as 4-man only larger.  Wt: 35 kg, Price: $900 (S/S).
    Horse Tack. Saddle, bridle, straps, stirrups, saddle-blanket and so on. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $450 (C/C).
    Pack Saddle.  A saddle especially designed for cargo. Price: $200 (C/C).
    Aqualung. 2 Tanks, fins, mask and regulator. One tank contains enough air for 30 minutes underwater, up to two may be connected to a single regulator for use. Wt: 12 kg, Price: $500  (C/C).
    Air Tank, Aqualung. For use with above. Can be refilled when empty with a compressor, in 5 minutes. Wt: 5.5 kg, Price: $150 (C/C).
    Rebreather. A device which absorbs carbon dioxide from exhaled air and bleeds pure oxygen into it. One oxygen tank is used at a time, and contains enough for 30 minutes underwater.  Fins and a mask are included. Wt: 10 kg, Price: $700 (R/R).
    Rebreather Recharge Kit. For use with the rebreather. Includes a can of carbon dioxide absorbent and a small tank of pure oxygen, enough to recharge a rebreather for 30 minutes underwater. Wt: 5 kgs Price: $100 (R/R).
    Air Compressor. For filling Aqualung tanks, tires, rafts, and other items needing compressed air. Wt: 45 kg, Fuel Consumption: 2 liters per period. Price: $200 (R/R).
    Skis, Cross-country. Includes poles, skis, boots, and binders.  Wt: 8 kg, Price: $400 (C/C).
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