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An excellent entry-level machine gun
A step up from the 5.56mm machine gun, the 7.62 makes a great main gun.
The lightest of the autocannons, the 20mm still makes short work of crowds.
Bringing down huge amounts of HE rounds on target, the 25mm autocannon is the mainstay of any gunship.
The 30mm GAU-8 autocannon is designed to kill tanks. Zombies don't stand a chance.
Stepping up in damage from the 30mm cannon, the 40mm lays down even greater devastation.
This autocannon rains down massive 50mm Supershot rounds leaving few foes standing.
This entry-level howitzer causes widespread damage.
The sharp end of the spear. The 105mm was an important component of the armament of the AC-130E/H/U/J variants.
The 40mm Rocket Pod dispatches a small grouping of high-explosive unguided rockets.
With a more destructive spread than the 40mm pod, the 68mm takes fire-and-forget to the next level.
An excellent way to mow down groups of zombies, the 80mm unguided rockets do not disappoint.
They might call these 'dumb-fire' rockets, but there's nothing dumb about the way they obliterate zombie groups.
The precision-guided Hellfire was the primary air-to-ground missile for many nation due to its excellence against many types of targets.
Precision guidance helps the Griffin seek-and-destroy targets below. Once fired you can direct the missile to a location of your choosing.
Our engineers have rigged this anti-materiel rifle onto the AC-130 for aerial use. Massive damage with surgical precision.
As a basic small arm, the MP5 was one of the most widely used submachine guns in the world.
The gas-operated 7.62×39mm AK47 assault rifle was developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov.
The M249 light machine gun fires 5.56×45mm NATO cartridges from a linked belt, making it an excellent defensive weapon against encroaching zombie groups.
The Russian RPG-7 is an excellent demolition weapon, with its explosive warhead causing an area of damage.
The American derivative of the RPG-7 provides an M4-style pistol grip, as well as a rail for attaching optics.
The AT4 fires an 84mm unguided high-explosive rocket, excellent for demolition and area targets.
The Mk.153 SMAW Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher was the primary infantry anti-tank weapon of the US Marine Corps.
The I37 shotgun was popular with the US Military, as well as any domestic police departments for its ease-of-use and close-quarters effectiveness.
With an 18-inch cylinder bore barrel, the WLSN shotgun is an excellent zombie crowd control weapon.
The tactical R870 shotgun forms the top-end of zombie-defense shotguns with its formidable damage output.
The MS Marksman rifle delivers rounds from a safe distance, taking out zombie threats before they approach your units.
The M40 Marksman rifle sends 7.62x51mm NATO rounds with a 2,550 ft/s muzzle velocity, shredding zombies at long range.
Chambered in .50 BMG, the M82 delivers extreme firepower at extreme ranges.