Mara Lithaen Posted January 13, 2012 Report Share Posted January 13, 2012 (edited) Since the founding of the Imperium, home-based companies have provided the finest of equipment to the troops of the Imperium, though their sales have not extended to other nations except by Throne order. Now the combined manufacturers of the Imperial Armaments Conglomerate (a loose grouping of the major arms manufacturers, which are still individual companies but joined the Conglomerate to simplify international sales) offer some of their best military equipment for foreign use. Should you wish to outfit your nation/company/group/self, please fill out the form below. [quote]Name/Nation: Items (format is Item ID; # of item (With # sign)): Would you like to participate in a long-term service and update program to keep your weapons at the top of the line? Y/N[/quote] Payments may be made either immediately or over a period of time in set installments, cash or credit. (Note: "ID" stands for Imperial Dollar when followed by the $ sign.) [size="5"][center]The Catalog[/center][/size] The weapons and vehicles in this Catalog are of several of the major Imperial manufacturers' catalogs, and the producing company will be marked in the item description. The companies: Straslauer LLC Imperial Electric Imperial Dynamic Bethel Armaments Co. Illarion Aerospace Manufacturing Co. ARES Manufacturing Co. Rheinmetall Bristol Bay Mackenna-Shayfield Aerospace MFG Co. Aerocon [size="4"]Infantry Weapons[/size] Item ID: M10P [img]http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/5468/myweapon5oq.jpg[/img] M10 Pistol Caliber: 12.7mm, 10mm ROF: Varies Weight: 1 lb Range: 90-120 yards Fire Modes: Safety, Semi, 3rb Ambidextrous Magazines: 12.7mm: 7+1 round, 12+1 round extended 10mm: 13+1 round, 19+1 round extended Manufacturer: Bethel Armaments Cost per Unit: $300 Item ID: M30A [img]http://img854.imageshack.us/img854/2505/myweapon20.jpg[/img] Mk 30 AR Caliber: 5.56x45 NATO, 7.62x51 ROF: 750 RPM Weight: 6 lbs Range: 600 yards 5.56x45, 750 yards 7.62x51 Fire Modes: Safety, Semi, 3RB, Full Auto, Grenade (Optional, available if mounted) Ambidextrous Magazines: 15,20,30 round box, 50-100 round drum Manufacturer: Bethel Armaments The Mark 30 Assault Rifle, chambered in both 7.62x51mm and 5.56x45mm. It has a maximum effective range of 750 yards, and a maximum fire rate of 750 rounds per minute. It has single-shot, three round burst, and fully automatic fire modes, selectable by a switch on the lower receiver. It is ambidextrous, with the selection switch being a simple job of pulling it free of the housing, reversing it, and switching it to the opposite side. The rifle has ejection ports on both sides, the only thing required to switch from "Left" to "Right" configuration is to lock one of the ejection ports in place and flipping a switch just to the rear of the top RIS rail on top of the rifle from "L" to "R" or vice versa. It accepts 15, 20, and 30 round box magazines, and is capable of taking 50-100 round drum as well for a support weapon role. Cost per Unit: ID $900 I [img]http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/2585/myweapon22e.jpg[/img] Item ID: M118A [b]Mark 118 ATR[/b] Length: 101.6 cm (40 in.) Weight: 6.7 kg (14.77 pounds) Bore diameter: 84 mm Maximum effective range: 600 metres, although it has been used in excess of 800 meters for area fire. Penetration: 400 mm (15.7 inches) of rolled homogeneous armour (RHA) (also see below) Time of flight (to 250 metres, or 273 yards): less than 1 second Muzzle velocity: 285 metres (950 ft) per second Operating temperature: -40 to +60°C (-40 to +140°F) Ammunition: Fin-stabilized projectile with HEAT warhead Manufacturer: Mackenna-Shayfield Projectiles There are several different projectiles for the Mk-118. Note that since the Mk-118 is NOT one-shot weapon, multiple rockets can be fired from a single weapon without need of constant new complete systems, as in the AT4. HEDP 502 (High Explosive Dual Purpose) Per unit: ID $500 For use against bunkers, buildings, enemy personnel in the open and light armor. The projectile can be set to detonate on impact or with a slight delayed detonation. The heavier nose cap allows the HEDP projectile to penetrate light walls or windows and then explode, or "skipped" off the ground for an air-burst. For use against light armor, there is a smaller cone HEAT warhead with 150 mm (5.9 inches) of penetration against RHA. HP (High Penetration) Per unit: ID $750 Extra high penetration ability (up to 500 mm (19.7 inches) to 600 mm (23.6 inches) of RHA.) AST (Anti Structure Tandem-warheads) Per unit: ID $400 Designed for urban warfare where a projectile heavier than the HEDP AT4 is needed. Two warheads, first one a HEAT with a shallow cone resulting in less penetration but a wider hole, and a second follow through high-blast warhead. It has two settings: one for destroying bunkers and one for mouse holing a building wall for combat entry. M-562 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Per unit: ID $300 The M-562 HEAT can penetrate up to 420 mm (16.5 inches) of RHA with beyond-armour effect. M888 (Bunker Busting) Per unit: ID $500 A version of the standard HEAT projectile is replaced with the bunker busting warhead developed for the SMAW. M1200 (130mm Frontal Engagement Version) Per unit: ID $1000 A tandem charge 130-mm version (Straslauer AT 12) that would be able to penetrate the front armor of any modern main battle tank. (1-1.2m RHA) Cost per Unit: ID $3500 [img]http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/4901/xm25.jpg[/img] M-333 Widowmaker Item ID: M333 Manufacturer: ARES Cartridge: 25 × 40 mm Muzzle velocity: 690 ft/s (210 m/s) Effective range: 550 yd (500 m) for point targets, 765 yd (700 m) for area targets Maximum range: 1,100 yd (1,000 m) Feed system: 4-round box magazine Caliber: Low-velocity 25mm × 40 grenade Thermobaric Flechette Training High-explosive airbursting round Non-lethal Armor Piercing Door breaching Operation: Gas operated semi-automatic System weight[/b]: 14 lb (6.4 kg) Target acquisition/fire control (XM104) Weight: 2.54 lb (1.15 kg) 4x thermal sight with zoom 2x direct view optical sight Ballistic computer Digital compass Laser rangefinder Ammunition fuze setter Environmental sensors The Widowmaker is an electronically-ranged precision-effect multi-purpose assault weapon that fires 25mm grenades that can be set to multiple effects, from bunker busting to thermobaric to CS gas deployment. Cost per Unit: ID $4000 [size="4"]Vehicles[/size] I120 Light Tank [img]http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/7905/isimg3577ts6.jpg[/img] I-120 Fastback LT Designer: Imperial Electric/Rheinmetall Manufacturer: IAE Systems Bristol Bay Number built: Over 2,000 Specifications:: Weight: 35 tonnes Length: 6.55 m Width: 3.1 m Height: 2.7 m Armor: 90mm Chobham DU armor Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver) Main armament: 120mm Straslauer G14B smoothbore cannon Secondary armament: 12.76 mm Browning machine gun Engine: Imperial Electric AEP 14B-100, 550-810 hp (410- 595 kW) 2300 nm Power/weight: 24.1 hp/tonne Transmission: Automatic Suspension: torsion bar Operational range: 320 km Speed: 70 km/h Price per Unit: ID $900,000 I90 Fastback Mortar [img]http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/7051/amoscv90.jpg[/img] Item ID: CV90M Production history:: Dual 120mm Mortar Variant Designer: Imperial Electric/Rheinmetall Manufacturer: IAE Systems Bristol Bay Number built: Over 9,000 Specifications:: Weight: 23-35 tonnes (MkI to MkIII) Length: 6.55 m Width: 3.1 m Height: 2.7 m Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver), 7 troopers Main armament: Twin 120mm Straslauer Mod 141 mortars (MkI), Twin 120mm Straslauer Mod 155M Mortars (MkII), Twin 120mm Mod 121A Straslauer Mortars (MkIII) Secondary armament: 12.76 mm Browning machine gun(MksI&II), 2 7.62mm Imperial Electric GAU-134 miniguns (MkIII) Engine: Imperial Electric AEP 14B-100, 550-810 hp (410-595 kW) 2300 nm Power/weight: 24.1 hp/tonne Transmission: Automatic Suspension: torsion bar Operational range: 320 km Speed: 70 km/h Fuel Type: Hydrogen (can be requested as Diesel with an IE DE 210-50 550hp engine) Cost Per Unit (MkI): ID $550000 Cost Per Unit (MkII): ID $750000 Cost Per Unit (MkIII): ID $1.1m The rise in cost-per-unit on the I90 series Marks is due to increased armor and better armor in use, as well as upgraded armament in each successive Mark. [img]http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/8739/cv9040c05of11resized7ic.jpg[/img] I90 IFV Item ID: BAA40 Designer: Imperial Electric/Rheinmetall Manufacturer: IAE Systems Bristol Bay Number built: Over 9,000 [b]Specifications[/b]:: Weight: 23-35 tonnes (MkI to MkIII) Length: 6.55 m Width: 3.1 m Height: 2.7 m Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver), 7 troopers Main armament: 40mm Straslauer Mark 45A High-Angle-of-Elevation autocannon(MkI,II) 40mm Straslauer Mark 55A HAoE autocannon(MkIII) Secondary armament: 12.76 mm Browning machine gun, 2 4-unit Starstreak missile pods(MkI,II)/ 2 4-unit Starstreak II missile pods(MkIII), or 2 2-unit Javelin pods Sensors: Phased Array AESA radar Engine: Imperial Electric AEP 14B-100, 550-810 hp (410- 595 kW) 2300 nm Power/weight: 24.1 hp/tonne Transmission: Automatic Suspension: torsion bar Operational range: 320 km Speed: 70 km/h Cost Per Unit (MkI): ID $650000 Cost Per Unit (MkII): ID $850000 Cost Per Unit (MkIII): ID $1.3m The rise in cost-per-unit on the I90 series Marks is due to increased armor and better armor in use, as well as upgraded armament in each successive Mark. 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