9th Company: Roots of Terror

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9th Company: Roots of Terror
9CompanyCover.jpg
Cover art from 9th Company: Roots of Terror (2008)
Release Date: 2008
Developer: Noviy Disk, Lesta Studio
Publisher: Strategy First
Platforms: PC
Genre: Real-time strategy


9th Company: Roots of Terror is a 2008 action-oriented real-time strategy game based on the 2005 Russian film The 9th Company. The game, just like the film, loosely follows actual events that took place on Hill 3234 during Operation Magistral, in the Soviet-Afghan war. The game displays footage from the film and features playable characters from the film as well.


The following weapons appear in the 2008 video game 9th Company: Roots of Terror:


Contents

Handguns

Makarov PM

The Makarov PM pistol is used in-game by the Mujahideen and by Soviet soldiers. Strangely enough, it appears to be a commercial imported Makarov by Baikal, called the IJ-70. It features an adjustable rear sight, not seen on the military Makarov pistol. Also the finish is inferior to the original Makarov PM. In-game, this can be appreciated when looking at the HUD icon of the Makarov PM.

Commercial imported Makarov by Baikal, called the IJ-70 - 9x18mm Makarov.
Soviet soldier using a Makarov PM pistol
Praporshchik Dygalo wielding a PM pistol

Stechkin APS

The Stechkin APS is used in-game by Soviet troops and Soviet special forces.

Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
A Soviet soldier shoots a Mujahideen

Assault Rifles

AK-47

A type II AK-47 is displayed on the French edition, on the CD artwork.

Type II AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Type II AK-47 on the French version CD artwork

AK-74

AK-74 rifles with BG-15 underbarrel 40mm grenade launchers are used by Soviet Spetsnaz.

AK-74 with 40mm GP-30 grenade launcher - 5.45x39mm. In the game, experimental BG-15s are used.
Soviet Spetsnaz soldier wielding an AK-74 rifle with a BG-15 launcher

AKS-74

The AKS-74 rifle (alongside optional BG-15 grenade launchers) is used by the Soviet Afghan National Army and by the Mujahideen. It is depicted in a "jungle-style" taped-together magazine configuration, thus the ammo supply it carries adds up to a total of 60-rounds. The AKS-74 also features heavily on different covers for the game.

AKS-74 5.45x39mm
AKS-74 in the menu
Soviet VDV paratroopers with AKS-74 rifles


AKS-74U

The AKS-74U is used by Soviet infantry and tank crews.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
AKS-74U in the menu
Soviet tank crew with AKS-74U

M16A2

The M16A2 rifle is used by Mujahideen forces, despite the fact that the US never issued M16A2s to the Mujahideen, only M16A1s.

M16A2 Assault Rifle - 5.56x45mm
Mujahideen fire with M16A2

Machine guns

PKM machine gun

The PKM machine gun is used by the Mujahideen and by Soviet soldiers.

PKM with classic (most commonly-seen) version of the flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
PKM in the menu
Soviet soldier with PKM (right)
Soviet soldier with PKM (center)
Mujahideen opening fire with PKMs on Soviet troops

Heavy machine guns

NSV 12.7mm 'Utes'

The NSV 'Utes' 12.7mm heavy machine gun is used by both Mujahideen forces and Soviet troops.

Tripod-mounted NSV heavy machine gun 12.7x107mm
NSVT in game

DShK 12.7mm

DShK 12.7mm heavy machine gun is used by Mujahideen forces and is also seen on enemy technicals.

A Russian DShKM in 12.7x109mm on Tripod
DShK in game.

Anti-aircraft guns

ZU-23-2

The ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft twin autocannon is used by the Soviets and the Mujahideen, and it is also used on the KamAZ gun truck.

ZU-23-2 23mm
ZU-23-2 on Kamaz truck

Sniper Rifles

SVD Dragunov

The SVD Dragunov sniper rifle is used by the Mujahideen and by Soviet soldiers.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.6x54mm R
Enlarged screenshot showing weapons on players wielding AKS-74 rifles and SVD Dragunov Rifles
Private Gioconda uses an SVD Dragunov

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I(T)

The Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I(T) is used by the Mujahideen.

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I(T) with magazine and scope - .303 British
Enemy Mujahideen aiming a scoped Lee-Enfield

Grenade Launchers

BG-15

The experimental BG-15 grenade 40mm launcher is an optional attachment for rifles, which is strange, as these were fielded in 1978 and saw limited production before being replaced by the GP-25 series.

Experimental BG-15 grenade launcher (note the hole in the grip)
Soviet Spetsnaz wielding an AK-74 rifle with a BG-15 launcher

Rocket Launchers

RPG-7

The RPG-7 is used by the Mujahideen and Soviet soldiers.

RPG-7 40mm
Soviet soldier with RPG-7 slung on his back
Soviets with RPG-7 firing on an enemy T-34
Mujahideen attacking a BMP-2 with RPG-7s

RPG-18

The RPG-18 is used by the Soviets and the Mujahideen. It only has one rocket and cannot be reloaded.

RPG-18 64mm
Soviet soldier aiming an RPG 18

Hand Grenades

RGD-5 hand grenade

Soviet RGD-5 fragmentation grenades are used by both Mujahideen forces and Soviet soldiers.

RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
RGD-5 icon in the HUD

F-1 hand grenade

F-1 hand grenades are used by both Mujahideen forces and Soviet soldiers.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
F-1 icon in the HUD



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