Remington Rsass Airsoft [REPACK]
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Remington Rsass Airsoft
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The MP-412 REX (called "MP412" in-game) is used by Spetsnaz troops and Makarov's terrorists, and is the starting weapon in "Hard" difficulty Survival maps; it has the longest reload of all the handguns in the game. As in the Battlefield: Bad Company series and Battlefield Play4Free, the weapon is depicted without the automatic extractor which is supposed to operate when the frame is broken open; instead the spent casings are ejected manually by tilting the frame. This is probably a result of using airsoft guns or movies as a reference for the behaviour of live ammunition: a revolver's cartridges expand in the chambers on firing due to the stresses of expelling the bullet (which is why the chambers exist), while the BB-holding "cartridges" of an airsoft revolver do not do so at all, and a blank-firing weapon's only barely as the peak internal pressure is much lower, allowing the casings to be dumped easily without using an extractor. The cylinder is also spun for whatever reason once the rounds are inserted, despite this serving no visible purpose other than to artificially prolong the reload.
A version of the fake AKS-74U from the previous Modern Warfare titles once again appears; it only appears in singleplayer and Special Ops modes, however, not in multiplayer or Survival. It is modelled on the JG "AK Beta-F" airsoft rifle, which is essentially an AKS-47 with a very, very short front end, an AKS-74U gas block/front sight, flash hider, and rear sight, and black polymer furniture with an RIS rail on the handguard. The version in game appears to have Bakelite magazines, which led to some to believe it was actually a 74, however the curve of the magazine gives away that it is based on a 47; in fact, it uses the exact same waffle-pattern magazines as the AK-47 does in-game. The mix and mash of different Kalashnikovs is still referred to as an "AK-74u", which doesn't exist, and is incorrectly dubbed a submachine gun.
In the mission "Black Tuesday," Westbrook is ordered to use a "9-Bang" stun grenade when clearing an alleyway. These multi-shot flashbang grenades actually exist, and are typically used prior to storming a heavily defended room. The in-game "9-Bang" grenade does not correspond to any real "9-Bang" model, and is instead a retextured M83 smoke grenade with label from airsoft "M12 Flash Bang" also known as "M12 Distraction Canister Grenade". Confusingly, the 9-Bang model is used as the icon of the "Flash Grenade" in multiplayer, even though the in-game model of the "Flash Grenade" is still an M84 grenade.