Call of Duty 4: Modern WarfareEdit
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit
- AUG HBAR
- Glock 17
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Edit
- Type 95
Call of Duty Influences and FactsEdit
Call of DutyEdit
- The appearance of the STG44 in the mission Train Station is anachronistic as the STG44 was mass produced from 1944 in reality and earlier models like MP43 produced in 1943 but Train Station is set in September 1942.
- The appearance of the Panzerschreck in the mission Train Bridge is anachronistic as the Panzerschreck was introduced in 1943 in reality but Train Bridge takes place in 1941.
- The map Carentan is based on the depiction of the Battle of Carentan in the miniseries Band of Brothers. The building of Cafe de Normandie which is featured in Band of Brothers but apparently did not actually exist in reality is exactly the same in game and even the windows are open and closed in the same position as seen in Band of Brothers, though the COD building is named Dupasquet. The Desire Ingouf restaurant which is both a real place and featured in Band of Brothers is also featured in the COD depiction, though it is simplified in game and lacks the sign.
- The missions Pathfinder and Ste. Mere-Eglise are based on Mission Boston and the capture of Ste. Mere-Eglise. However Pathfinder starts at June 5, 1944, 2330 hrs and Ste. Mere-Eglise at June 6, 1944, 0020 hrs while in reality the first landings occured about 0140 hrs of June 6 and the town was captured by 0430 after small firefights. Also the town's church has fictional design in game.
Call of Duty: World at WarEdit
- The Tiger II tanks are anachronistic for the period of Vendetta as they were mass produced from 1944 in reality.
- The particular model of the double barrel shotgun appears to be the Winchester Model 21.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit
- The Bouncing Betty is based on the fictional bounding mines from the movie Bad Boys 2.
- The Abrams tank is specifically the M1A1 variant as it lacks an independent thermal sight on the turret.
- The AK47 is manufactured by the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant as evidenced by the arrow inside triangle factory marking. Unlike the BO version the MW2 AK has the factory markings and serial number in the proper place, however instead of year of production it has has the letters "EP". While this kind of letter markings was used, though on the fire selector, the denomination of EP is fictional as E was used to denote East German AKs and P for Polish ones and ЕД for Bulgarian ones.
- The ACR has Masada elements like the front sight.
- The FAL has M14 rifle rail mount.
Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit
- The Flora camouflage is anachronistic as it was introduced circa 1998 in reality.
- The pseudo AK47 (actually AK74 prototype) is manufactured by Tula Arms Plant as evidenced by the star factory marking seen on the rear of the top cover. However, in reality the factory markings, the year of production and the serial number are located slightly below the rear sight on the left side of the receiver. The in game AK has generic numerals there instead.
- The crane on the map Array is based on Bucyrus-Erie 38B. Despite being marked with "СССР" this crane is not appropriate for the Soviet setting as it is of American origin in reality.
- The map Berlin Wall is a fictional depiction of the area around the real Checkpoint Charlie. The real place had different layout and buildings around the checkpoint while in game there are generic pre-WW2 style buidings. However, the "Apotheke" building in the US sector is based on a real Apotheke at the same place, though its roof was different in reality. Also, in reality the wall was not present in the 60s and there were no factories on the Soviet side (google "checkpoint charlie aerial view"). The sentry towers are based on the BT-11 (Beobachtungsturm-11) type which was introduced in 1969. The Berlin Cathedral and what appears to be the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church are seen next to each other on the US side. However, in reality they are quite far from each other and even from the checkpoint. In fact, the cathedral is on the museum island which actually was in the Soviet zone. The Fernsehturm Berlin which was completed on 3 October 1969 is also visible. This suggests that the map might be set in late 1969 or the 70s. However, there are also M48 Patton tanks which is a reference to the Berlin Crisis of 1961, also the Soviet observation post which was was not present before 1982 also appears on the map.
- The appearance of Kowloon is somewhat anachronistic as the in game depiction looks like the Kowloon Walled City of the 1980s. The cramped high-rise buildings of the real Kowloon were just being built in the 1960/70s.
- The map Grid appears to be inspired by the "Rocket shield" base near Chernobyl. The radar is based on the Duga radar (known as OTH Radar Chornobyl-2) near the base. The central bunker design and gates appear to be inspired by the bunker in the Ex-Soviet and Polish military base in Redzikowo. The city limit Pripyat 1970 sign is also seen, although it is anachronistic. The "Leningrad Hero City" stela is also present, although it is located in St. Petersburg in reality. Overall, the map is a fictionalized mix of all these landmarks.
- The particular variant of the T-55 tank is the TO-55 which was a flamethrower version. However, the TO-55 was not used in the Vietnam War. The T-54 was used instead. Also the Vietnamese had no tanks at the Battle of Khe Sanh.
- The "Call of Duty" logo of the game is in the Impact font while the main font of the game is Bank Gothic (reference).
- The wheelbarrow used by the two Spetsnaz loggers in WMD is actually a US Masters Planter Co. Handi-cart designed by Edwin L. Masters in 1940 (also known as Pioneer 202F).
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Edit
- The AK47 in MW3 is manufactured by the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant as evidenced by the arrow inside triangle factory marking and unlike the MW2 and BO versions is the only one that has the factory markings, year of production and serial number on the proper place. However, it also has generic numerals or letters on the left side of the rear sights.
- The map Resistance is based on Place Dalida in Montmartre, Paris. However, the Eiffel tower is depicted being too close to the place.
- Persona Non Grata is set in Dharamsala.
- A skyscraper resembling 48 Wall Street can be seen near the construction site of Overwatch. However, it is depicted being close to the waterfront while in reality it is located inward in Manhattan and is surrounded by other buildings.
- Ellis Island as seen in Overwatch.
- The map Resistance (Dalida 75018, Paris) in real life.
- While the map Seatown is based around the Genoese-built citadel of Essaouira, Morocco, its CoD Online version has its fortification resembling the entrance of the Chellah necropolis.
- MW3's Hamburg is a very compressed depiction of the city. Goalpost is set at the Altona neighbourhood just near the old fish market and the old warehouse at Große Elbstraße 27. However, the Köhlbrandbrücke and the city hall are also depicted. In reality, the bridge and the city hall are not in the Altona.
- MW3's Berlin is a very compressed depiction of the city. Scorched Earth is set at a fictionalized depiction of the Potsdamer Platz depicted with a circular intersection and a ruined Berlin Victory Column in the middle. In reality the column with the circular intersection are located at the Tiergarten. The roundabout itself is much smaller than the real one and more close to the size of the Columbus Circle in Manhattan. There is also a river with the Schlossbrücke near the Platz. In reality, the Schlossbrücke and the Spreekanal are nowhere near Potsdamer Platz.
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIEdit
- The Soviet Prototype Tank actually is a fictional hybrid between Abrams and T72/80 tank. It has the rear side and barrel muzzle of Abrams and turret and armor of Soviet tanks.
- The Laser Turret appears to be inspired by the Tactical High Energy Laser.
- The cavalry charge against the Soviet Prototype Tank in Old Wounds seems to be inspired by the final battle scene in the movie Rambo III.
- Being a traditional Afghan weapon the Pulwar Sword is absolutely appropriate for the setting of Old Wounds but is not very appropriate for the Yemeni setting of Achilles' Veil. A Saif type of scimitar would have been more appropriate.
- The taller of the Buddhas of Bamiyan statues is seen in the beginning of Old Wounds. However, these statues are located in the Bamyan Province of Afghanistan in reality while Old Wounds is set in Khost Province.
- The Russia camouflage is a fictional recolored version of the Flora camouflage from BO1. The Flora pattern is still anachronistic as it was introduced circa 1998 and no blue version of the Flora was ever made in reality. The Russia camo also appeared in BO1 on the uniforms of the Spetsnaz in WMD and the winter maps in multiplayer. This means that in the BO universe the Soviets adopted the blue Flora pattern as their winter camouflage, however this is inconsistent with the real world Russian camouflage doctrine which establishes that blue camouflages are intended for urban warfare.
- The main font of the game is Agency.
- The CIA summoning a retired Mason is reminiscent of a similar scene in the 1985 film Commando.
- The map Overflow appears to be inspired by this photo of the old town of Peshawar.
- The depiction of LA in the mission Cordis Die is somewhat fictional. The mission begins on a highway that goes through the area of the LA Skid Row. In reality, there is no highway in this area. Then Mason rappels down the highway and proceeds through complex intersections that also do not exist that close to the skyscrapers of LA in reality. However, near the end of the mission Mason ejects from the FA38 and paradrops near the Westin Bonaventure Hotel which is correctly placed next to the FourFortyFour South Flower and the U.S. Bank Tower.
- The FA38 appears to be based on the FB-22 Strike Raptor concept combined with the front of F35.
- The map Express is set near the Sixth Street Viaduct in LA. However, in reality, this bridge was demolished in 2016. In reality there were only railway tracks on both sides of the LA river and the bridge but in game there are regular traffic lanes and a fictional station of the California High-Speed Rail. The LA downtown is also depicted being too close to the LA river\bridge. The bullet trains appear to be inspired by the AGV with the red livery of the Italian trains.
Call of Duty: GhostsEdit
- The Tatra T815 truck is actually based on the MAN KAT1, with only the plate over the grille and the rear fender based on the ones of the Tatra T815-7.
- The space suits worn by the US and Federation astronauts are based on the Advanced Crew Escape Suit.
- The knifing animation appears to be inspired by the one from Battlefield Bad Company 2 (another ref).
- The Los Angeles wall is based on the Israeli West Bank wall and watchtowers.
Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareEdit
- The F-52 is based on the NATF-22 concept.
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIEdit
- There are various weapons near the gladiator arena in the map Empire. The swords on the wall are of spatha type, the small round shields lying on the ground are of pelte type and the large shields propped on the wall are of heater type which is anachronistic for the Roman setting as heater shields appeared in the late 12th century AD.
- The magwell of the KN-44 resembles AK-Alfa.
Modern Warfare RemasteredEdit
- The radio used to call in killstreaks is based on AT RF23 EPM Handheld Transceiver.
- Although Price was introduced as playable character to the multiplayer with update 1.13 his model was used before that for the default sniper model of the SAS and Spetsnaz. This was hidden as the sniper models have balaclavas hiding their identity.
- The Mastercraft and masterpiece weapon kits are case hardened guns apparently inspired by the Turnbull TAR-10 and TAR-15 rifles.
Call of Duty: Infinite WarfareEdit
Call of Duty: WWIIEdit
- Some scenes in the reveal trailer seem to be inspired by the movie Fury. Particularly the Sherman tank convoy ambush is nearly identical to a similar scene and the German soldier threatening with luger with burning red background is similar to the final battle in the movie.
- There is a claim that the box art was "stolen" from Brothers In Arms or Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway.
- The Carpet Bombing and Fighter Pilot planes have invasions stripes.
- Brenner's "eyes" are implanted eyepieces from the GM-44 optical gas mask.
- The Bomber zombie wears a Connell gas mask.
- The layout of the map Pointe du Hoc is quite different compared to the real place. In game it has bunkers, trenches and farm houses cramped in a smaller area while in reality it was more wider and open and there were no farms in proximity also the gun turrets in the map are based on the Regelbau 114 type bunkers though this type was not present on Pointe du Hoc in reality and was present elsewhere on the Atlantic Wall. It looks like its in game depiction is an abstract hyperbolization of the whole Normandy landings and in fact the Call of Duty 2 depiction is more faithful to the layout of the real place.
- The map Gibraltar is possibly based on Operation Felix, a proposed German plan for the seizure of Gibraltar in 1940-1941.
- The map Aachen is set around the Theater Aachen building. However, in reality there was a statue in front of the theater and only the pedestal was left after the ruins of WW2 (ref 2) which is absent in the game's depiction. The "Pilsner" sign appears to be inspired by this particular photo. There are few M12 Gun Motor Carriages across the map which appears to be inspired by this photo. The sign "Wir kämpfen für die Sicherheit unseres Volkes, für unseren Lebensraum!" means "We fight for the security of our nation, for our 'Lebensraum'" and is based on the same slogan located inside a concrete German Hospital built in 1940 in the east of France.
- The map Flak Tower is a fictionalized version of the German Generation 1 flak towers. It possibly represents the zoo flak tower. The Berlin Victory Column is seen near the tower, however, it is depicted with many buildings around it, though in reality it was located in the Tiergarten park and there were no buildings near it.
- The map Operation Breakout is located 6 miles west of St. Lo, Normandy, is set in July 25, 1944 and the Axis team is supposed to be the 352 Infantry Division. This means that it is based on the Breakout attempt of the Germans during Operation Cobra, however, this happened in 28-31 July in reality.
- The map London Docks is possibly based on Operation Sea Lion, a German plan for invasion of Britain in 1940.
- The map Anthropoid is based on Operation Anthropoid, the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich. However, the in game depiction is set near the Charles Bridge while the real operation took place at a tram stop at a tight curve near Bulovka Hospital in Prague 8-Libeň. The in game map is also set during winter as it's snowy while the real operation took place on 27 May 1942 and there is no snow on photos of the aftermath of the operation.
- The map Occupation is set in Montmartre, Paris near the Sacré-Cœur Basilica. However, the Eiffel tower is depicted being too close to the place.
- The toilet with crescent in the map Sainte Marie du Mont appears to be a reference to Shrek.
- Even though the map Egypt is set in Giza, there was actually no action in Giza during WW2. The Axis forces were stopped at El Alamein and never reached Giza or Cairo.
- All pistols in WWII are held with one hand. This is consistent with the fact that one hand firing was the official doctrine of militaries during this period.
- The fighter on the key art for the Resistance DLC holds the Volkssturmgewehr while keeping trigger discipline. This is somewhat anachronistic as trigger discipline is a fairly modern thing.
- The reload animation of the FG42 utilizes what is known as underside speed reload which consist of the reloader pulling the charging handle with his left hand underneath the weapon. This method is typically used with the AK rifles and is considered to have been developed by the Russian spetsnaz in reality, therefore its depiction in a WW2 setting is questionable.
- The extended mag for the MP40 appears to be based on an airsoft magazine.
- The extended mag for the Lewis is an enlarged Trommelmagazine 08.
- The Toggle Action is based on the Walther automatic shotgun, albeit depicted as being able to use the detachable box magazine of the Walther A115 rifle, furthermore the extended magazine attachment turns the A115 magazine into a fictional Gurttrommel 34 style drum with the winding lever of the T.M. 08 neue Art magazine.
- The M1A1 is actually an M1 carbine with the front sights from the experimental Japanese Pedersen rifle.
- The Bug Juice variant of the M1 carbine gives it the proper M1A1 appearance with a heat shield including the proper front sights.
- The Fortitude variant of the US Shovel is based on the Pioneer version of the Swedish Model 1906 spade.
- The Fallen II variant of the Kar98K has a leather cheek rest which appears to be based on this and this.
- The Cook variant of the M1941 is based on the M1944E1/M1945 version of the Johnson MG.
- The Blue Sky II variant of the Type 100 has the foregrip from Sten mk5.
- The Candy and Brandi variants of the Grease Gun are
hybridized from various homemade smgs. The trigger guard composition and the fire selector is from a Chechen improvised smg, the mag well is from a Chilean homemade smg while the long receiver protruding to the rear resembles the Brazilian home made SMGs (with the brandi having the front part of Sten and Thompson stock)based on a modified Spitfire SMG.
- The Roxy variant of the Grease Gun has a flash hider.
- The Red Baron and Shingles variants for the STG44 are based on the STG45(m).
- The Son of Mars variant of the MP40 gives it an MP28 barrel and an unknown stock.
- The Heimat variant of the Machine Pistol is based on the Bergmann–Bayard pistol.
- The O.A.O variant of the SVT40 appears to have a Romanian folding stock and custom skeletonized pistol grip. The charging handle is also positioned vertically instead of horizontally.
- The S.O.L variant of the SVT40 has this cheek rest another pic another pic.
- The Devil's Piano variant of the MG42 is based on the MG 39 Rh.
- The Zipper variant of the MG42 is based on the MG 34.
- The Buzzsaw variant of the MG42 has a miniaturized barrel and muzzle brake from the Tiger Tank.
- The Midnight variant of the Karabin appears to be based on the MAS 49 rifle.
- The Husky variant of the Karabin is based on the MAS 49/56 rifle.
- The Duck Soup of the PPSH is based on the PPSH 43.
- The Stinkeroo variant of the FG42 is either MG30 or Steyr Solothurn S2-100 or MG13.
- The Do Re Mi variant of the MP40 is based on the MP41 and has a longer barrel like the Orita M1941.
- The Dude Up variant of the BAR is unidentified.
- The Faithful variant of the Springfield appears to be based on the
FN Mauser or FN Musketeer rifleWinchester Moldel 70.
- The Gum Shoe variant of the Springfield (ref) is based on a sporterized Springfield rifle.
- The Holzpistole variant of the Machine Pistol is based on the Mauser C96 Carbine.
- The Stripe-Happy variant of the FG42 gives it the handguard of the Japanese Type 2 Para rifle.
- The Juno variant of the M1911 is based on the Steyr M1912.
- The Front Line variant of the M1 Garand has the stock of this sporterized garand.
- The Altreich variant of the Drilling is based on the Soviet TP-82 space gun.
- The Combatant variant of the Bren MG gives it an unidentified barrel shroud.
- The English Oak variant of the Lewis MG is unidentified.
- The Noble variant of the Gewehr 43 is based on the Mauser version of the Gewehr 41.
- The Kapitan variant of the Gewehr 43 combines it with an obrez style mosing nagant and the stock of M1A1 and the front sight of Kar98k.
- The Fiore di Morte variant of the GPMG is based on the Breda M37.
- The Rooted variant of the Sten is a Stan Mk1 with the pistol grip and stock of Sten Mk5.
- One of the variants of the trench knife appears to be inspired by modern Naruto trench knife replicas.
- Butcher's knife is based on the Cole knuckle knives, though it is depicted without the knuckle in game. On the other hand, the Teeth Grinder variant of the trench knife is a promer Cole knuckle knife.
- The Army Banjo variant of the US Shovel has the grip of M1910 Entrenching Tool. Army Banjo was a slang word for entrenching tool in the Australian army circa WW1-1960s.
- The iron sights of the M1897 are based on the sights of the Ruger 10/22.
- One of the variants of the MAS38 is based on the MAS48, a French experimental smg.
- One of the stinger variants has vents like the m1919a1/a2 browning. The muzzle appears to be from this Kulspruta m/42. The top cover appears to be inspired by Ljungman rifle???
Mainly the legendary variants of the uniforms are the historically accurate ones. The epic variants are mainly funkier and fictionalized versions of the realistic legendary uniforms, though some epic ones like the Forest Sapper are also historically accurate. The axis team doesn't receive their unique uniforms, instead they get their generic equivalents of the allied ones based on the division used. Nonetheless, the generic axis uniforms are also historically accurate versions:
- The axis infantry division gives Heer uniform (tunic).
- The axis expeditionary division gives Heer uniform (trenchcoat).
- The axis mountain division gives Waffen SS uniform (ghillie).
- The axis airborne division gives Italian paratrooper uniform.
- The axis mechanized division gives German panzer crew uniform.
- The axis resistance division gives Heer officer uniform. The eyepatch appears to be a reference to the depiction of Claus von Stauffenberg in the 2008 movie Valkyrie.
|Aachen||US Infantry, US Tanker, US Medic||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mountain, Axis Resistance|
|Ardennes Forest||US Winter, US Infantry, US Tanker, US Medic, US Winter Overcoat||Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mountain, Axis Mechanized|
|Carentan||US Airborne||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mountain|
|Flak Tower||Soviet Sapper, Soviet Winter Infantry, Soviet Infantry, Forest Sapper, Russian Winter Trench Coat||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Resistance|
|Sainte Marie du Mont||US Airborne||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary|
|Gibraltar||British Commando, Desert Rat, Canadian Sniper, British Air Force||None of current uniforms|
|Gustav Cannon||Soviet Sapper, Soviet Winter Infantry, Soviet Infantry, Soviet Naval Infantry, Forest Sapper, Russian Winter Trench Coat||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mechanized, Axis Resistance|
|Pointe du Hoc||Commando||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary|
|London Docks||British Commando, Desert Rat, Canadian Sniper, Canada Black Watch, British ATS Officer, British Air Force||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Resistance|
|Occupation||French Medic, French Resistance||Axis Infantry, Axis Resistance|
|USS Texas||US Talker, US Riveter||None of current uniforms|
|Anthropoid||???||Axis Infantry, Axis Resistance|
|Valkyrie||Soviet Sapper, Soviet Winter Infantry, Forest Sapper, Russian Winter Trench Coat||Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mountain, Axis Resistance|
|Operation Breakout||US Infantry, US Tanker, US Medic||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Mountain, Axis Mechanized, Axis Resistance|
|Operation Griffin||US Infantry, US Winter Overcoat||???|
|Operation Neptune||US Infantry, US Medic||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary|
|Dunkirk||French Medic, British Air Force, British Navy Officer||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary|
|Operation Husky||US Infantry||???|
|Market Garden||British Commando||Axis Infantry, Valkyrie Infantry, Axis Rifleman, Axis Expeditionary|
|Stalingrad||Soviet Winter, Russian Engineer||Axis Infantry, Axis Expeditionary, Axis Resistance|
|Monte Cassino||???||Axis Airborne|
- The Netherlands Infantry uniform is not historically appropriate for any of the current maps.
- The Axis Airborne uniform is not historically appropriate for any of the current maps.
- The Polish Winter uniform is not historically appropriate for any of the current maps.
- The Polish Resistance uniform is not historically appropriate for any of the current maps.
- The Soviet Resistance uniform is not historically appropriate for any of the current maps.
- The bright yellow stuff in the Divisions Pack is somewhat authentic. Yellow scarves and other items were worn for identification purposes.
MWR weapons researchEdit
- Receiver: FN LAR with built in AR type mag release and left side of the mag well is mirror of the right side
- Top cover: Ultimate Arms Gear top rail cover (+ other FAL railed cover cues) mixed with FN LAR rear sight
- Stock: ACR stock with elements from Magpul Zhukov-S Folding Stock + the bulkier shape of Magpul MOE rifle stock (and possibly sling attachment loop like ACE M4 or ACE hammer stocks)
- Charging handle: DSA SA58 OSW
- Handguard: DSA SA58 OSW handguard with vent holes arranged like the ones of a UTG FAL handguard.
- Pistol grip: AG-FAL ergonomic grip
- Magazine: Magpul MAG 579
- Flash suppressor: Noveske KX5
- Reference FAL build
- Receiver: F&D Defense FD308 top rail and mag well (courtesy of Ultimate94ninja) with built in AR type mag release, pistol grip and trigger guard of H&K G28 and with mid section of KAC SR-25.
- Stock: Magpul PRS
- Charging handle: FAL folding charging handle (courtesy of SeptemberJack, IMFDB)
based on fictional design
- Handguard: 10.5" Geissele Super Modular Rail HK with Geissele Super Modular Rail MK4 elements
- Muzzle: AR15 A2 hybridized with AK74
- Receiver: POF-USA PSG 9mm top rail, AR type charging handle and trigger guard with mag well, bolt holding the lower and uppers just above the mag well and overall shape of LWRC .45.
- Stock: Robinson Armament FAST stock
- Handguard: Central screws from Angstadt UDP 9mm with the straight vent holes (unlike the curved ones of the Angstadt) and the rail attachment points cover panels from this particular IC-PDW photo (better pic).
- Pistol grip: AR A2 pistol grip
- Magazine: LWRC .45
- Sights: LWRC skirmish sights with standard circular rear aperture instead of box aperture (these sights complete with the box aperture are attached to the CZ BREN in COD GHOSTS)
- Overall: A hybrid between Arsenal Strike One, Arsenal Firearms USA Stryk-B and Glock. It has the slanted slide serrations of the B variant (though their number does not match the B nor the strike version) and the trigger guard of the B. However,
the trigger looks like it's from the strike one,also there is a small button with a fence around it right above the trigger and lacks something resembling a button right behind the mag release (this button like thing is present on the B), all of these are features of the strike variant. Also, the length does not match neither variants, B has like 3 lower rail serrations while strike has 6 and the MWR one has 5. Both variants have the slide slope down in the front part while the MWR one is flat like Glock.
- Trigger: Custom Glock style
- Pistol grip: Elements from MP-443 Grach (courtesy of AgentGumby, IMFDB)
- Handguard: Ronin's Grips M92 polymer handguard shortened to the size of Echo 1 Red Star CPM AK74UN Carbine AEG Airsoft Gun's handguard. References: here & here.
- Receiver: IMI Negev plus the carry handle and charging handle with FN Minimi Mk3 rear sight mounted via rail and M27 IAR trigger guard and mag well
- Stock: Ultimax 100 Mk8 stock with IMI Negev stock's cheek rest
- Handguard: Absent and instead barrel outfitted with this rail
- Pistol grip: AR A2 pistol grip
- Barrel: IMI Negev muzzle and front sight with the straightness and length of FN Minimi Mk3 barrel
- Magazine: SureFire 60-round casket magazine
- Foregrip: NEGEV Assault Grip (when attached)
- Name: Bered is a biblical term refering to a town in the south of Palestine and a biblical character. This also hints the Israeli origin of the gun. The MK8 part is likely from Ultimax 100 Mk8.
- Receiver & stock: Honey Badger
- Charging handle: Raptor
- Handguard: Fictionalized keymod handguard with elements from some actual models: AR15 KeyMod Free Float Carbine Handguard, Seekins Precision MCSR KeyMod Rail System, Mission First Tactical Tekko Metal AR15 Free Float Carbine 7" KeyMod Rail System with Lanco Tactical Grip Stop 2 (another similar handguard)
- Magazine: HK Gen2 PM
- Pistol grip: EO AR G10 Grip
- Overall: Slightly futurized Luger with black grips
- Trigger guard: Walther P5
- Overall: A fictional Glock style carbine kit incorporating some features from actual carbine kits.
- Overall body: KPOS G2 P.D.W. Conversion-Kit with more pronounced front and the front grip is also a spare mag holder similar to CAA Micro RONI G17 Glock Pistol to Carbine Conversion Stock.
- Stock: The retractable stock is similar to MechTech Glock carbine kit.
- Sights: The sights are CZ scorpion/bren sights.
- Muzzle brake: Appears to be inspired by RONI Civilian Pistol Carbine Conversion C-G2.
- Charging handle: Masada/ACR
- Turns the M1911 (Springfield Armory Loaded) into a Kimber Desert Warrior
- Turns the USP into a USP Match and gives it a unique suppressor (optional) based on SilencerCo Osprey with the length of SilencerCo Osprey Micro
- Turns the Taurus into airsoft ASG Dan Wesson 4-inch Model 715 pellet revolver
- Turns the M9 into M9A3