Weapon Room: Magpul FMG-9
In the early access packs, you'll be able to get the Magpul FMG-9 submachine gun and its gold version. This SMG is hard to find, easy to lose, and impossible to forget. Why, you ask? The gun is made to order and never underwent serial production. It also has small dimensions and good technical stats. And when you see the Magpul FMG-9 folded up, you'll be so surprised that you'll definitely remember it!
This gun was presented for the first time at an exhibition during the SHOT Show 2008 by Magpul Industries. The letters FMG in the name are an abbreviation for "Folding Machine Gun." One of the main features of the FMG-9 is its dimensions. In its folded state, it is only 254mm long, making it look more like a small case than a deadly weapon.
However, in only a second the case turns into a full-fledged gun, and woe to the man who falls in its line of fire. At 1,200 shots a minute, it's no laughing matter!
The frame is made out of modern lightweight polymer materials, and the Magpul FMG-9 is based on a pistol that you're already familiar with, the 9mm Glock 18. Its ergonomics are also worth special consideration: the shoulder stock and left-hand grip ensure good control of the weapon and shooting accuracy, and the Picatinny rail on the top part of the frame allows the installation of sight devices at your discretion.
The gun was developed with the expectation that the US Secret Service and other special units would be interested in it, but that did not end up being the case.
The FMG-9 has several "relatives," and one of them is the PP-90, a submachine gun produced by the Soviets. In travel position, it folds up to the size of a pencil case, 270x90x32mm.
Thanks to the Picatinny rail, it's possible to install a flashlight that can be used even when the gun is folded up.
The gun became unexpectedly popular in shooting sports and has been repeatedly seen in the hands of airsoft players. This "peaceful" version has received the name FPG (Folding Pocket Gun). Speaking of, that's the airsoft version in the photograph on the left.
The Weapon in Warface
Despite its relatively low damage, the FMG-9 has the highest rate of fire of any submachine gun, able to turn a hesitant opponent into Swiss cheese in the blink of an eye. This SMG will be a handy helper to anyone engaging in combat indoors. Special attention should be paid to the unique sight attachment, which is standard to this SMG and allows you to get the enemy in your crosshairs almost instantly. In battle, every second matters. What if aiming quickly will save your life?
The gold version increases this gun's already hurricane-speed rate of fire and extends its effective range by 8.5. In addition, zombies, who for reasons unknown panic when they see a gold weapon, will receive 50% more damage.
Naturally, there are also achievements you can receive for killing enemies with this gun. Pump 10,000 and 25,000 opponents full of lead, and the Angularity and Advanced Angularity achievements will be yours! And after eliminating 999 enemies with the gold version, you'll be able to wear the Gold Angularity patch.
By the way, you can only get the gold version from early access packs. There will never be another opportunity to get it!
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