Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

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Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes (2014)

The following weapons appear in the video game Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes:

For weapons relating to its sister game, see Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

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Tranquiliser Pistol

The "WU Silent Pistol" is a suppressed tranquiliser gun. It holds 8 rounds in the the magazine and as it is single shot only, the slide must must be manually worked to chamber a new round.

Side view of the WU
1st person view of the WU being reloaded.

M1911 Series Pistol

The "AM D114 Pistol" is .45 Cal pistol with a 8 round capacity. It is the back up side-arm for the Marines and the XOF Troopers.

Side view of the AM D114
The soldier with his AM D114 in his holster. Look for the tell tale hammer.

Shotgun Pistol

The "URGAN-5 Pistol" is a 5 round pistol that use's non-lethal shotgun rounds.

Side view of the URGAN-5
Empty cartridges being ejected during the reloading sequence.

MRS-4

Snake's main issued rifle is the "MRS-4". It is part of the fictional "AM-69" rile series in the game, and draws design influences from the FN FAL, the SR 88, and the Daewoo K2. It features a FN Para style stock, FN style side charging handle, cylindrical fore-arm with attached tactical torch, removable suppressor, and utilizes STANAG 5.56x45mm magazines.

FN FAL Paratrooper - 7.62x51mm NATO
SR 88 Carbine - 5.56x45mm NATO
Daewoo K2 Assault Rifle
Side view of the MRS-4. Note the FN para stock, FAL side charging handle, and magazine catch behind the magazine housing

AM-69

The guards at the Cuban prison camp are armed with "AM-69's". It is part of the fictional firearm series unique to this game which includes the "AM-69", "AM-69 AAS", and The AM MRS-4". They utilize features of the FN FAL such as the long front hand guard, Daewoo K2, and the SAR 80 to which they most closely resemble. This is a highly unusual choice, as the SAR 80 assault rifle is not used at all in America and the prison camp is not only American, but guarded by United States Marines.

SAR-80 Assault rifle - 5.56x45mm NATO
A guard with a AM-69.
Side view of the AM-69
Side view of the AM-69 AAS
This version of the AM-69 comes with an underslung break open breach grenade launcher and variable zoom scope.As with many of the weapons in the game, the grenade launcher shown here being reloaded, is an amalgamation of various other launcher types.

Unidentified Sniper Rifle

Listed as the "M2000-D", it uses 7.62mm rounds, and has a variable zoom scope.

M2000-D slung on Snakes back


Ruger MP9

The XOF troopers are seen with Ruger MP9s, dubbed the Sz.-336 SMG with most of its grip removed and a Skorpion style stock. One main change is the moving of the cocking handle from the top, to the left of the reciever. The Smg comes equiped with a removable flashlight and suppressor.

Ruger MP9 with stock folded - 9x19mm
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion with 10 round magazine and stock extended - .32 ACP
Side view of the Sz.-336 showing off the tactical torch, suppressor and scorpion style wire stock.
The MP9 with the stock folded. Note that it appears to have a groove for a top-mounted charging handle, but no actual handle.
As shown here, the cocking handle has been moved to the left hand side of the reciever.

M93-T Smoke/Flare Grenade

An icon for Flare Grenades are seen in IGN's extended gameplay video. They could be used to summon the MSF gunship as Big Boss's extraction method when Big Boss frees Chico and Paz. The outline and nature of the grenade suggests that it is the M93-T Smoke/Flare Grenade.

The Flare Grenade icon.

Unknown MG

Part of a convoy in the debut trailer has a unknown MG mounted on a truck.

The truck seen at a distance from a Jeep, standing guard at a heliport on Camp Omega.

Shipunov 2A42

A Shipunov 2A42 chaingun can be seen mounted on a helicopter in IGN's extended gameplay video.

Shipunov 2A42 mounted on a Mi-28 Havoc - 30x165mm
The 2A42 on Snake's getaway chopper (which is intended to extract Paz and Chico as well, although the viewing ended early due to time constraints). Note that the chopper combines aspects of both the Mi-24D and the Mi-28 Havoc, such as the former's sizable transport bay and the latter's cockpits and its usage of the Shipunov.


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