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Class A is the light ammo class. Weapons in this class are designed to be portable (relative to their weapon type, at least), to be mostly free of recoil, and to make it easy to carry extra rounds of ammo. Rifles found here include all assault rifles, some light machine guns, and a few marksman rifles, such as the M16 rifle, the Colt Automatic Rifle, and the U.S.M.C. Squad Advanced Marksman Rifle. There are also a few pistols and SMGs, such as the Walther PPK semi-automatic pistol.

Common cartridges include:

  • .22 Long Rifle
  • .22 S&W Long
  • .22 WMR
  • .25 ACP
  • .32 ACP
  • 5.56x45mm NATO
  • .223 Remington
  • .30 Carbine


Light Pistols are semi-automatic handguns which use Class A ammunition. They tend to be (though are not always) closer to pocket-sized, and have much less recoil than other handguns, making them easier to use.


Assault Rifles, by definition, are selective-fire rifles which use an intermediate cartridge (basically halfway between a handgun cartridge and a full-powered rifle cartridge, usually shorter than rifle cartridges), and which have an effective range of around 300 meters. Technically speaking, anything which doesn't fit within this strict definition is not an assault rifle, but practically, the term is used much more loosely. Here, we keep the selective fire and intermediate cartridge restriction, but are not as particular about the range of the weapon.

Machine Guns


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