Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow

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The following weapons appear in the video game Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow:

Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow (2004)

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Submachine Guns

The following submachine guns were used in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow:

Ingram MAC-10

The 9mm variant of the American-made Ingram MAC-10 SMG is mislabeled as the MAC 11/9, which is a Cobray model. This weapon can be used in the primary slot and as a pistol. If the player chooses it has a primary weapon it is equipped with a suppressor, a 32-round magazine, and the folding stock is extended. As a pistol, the suppressor is removed, a 16-round magazine is used, and the stock is folded. The player can fill both slots with this weapon in it's two forms. Used in both forms by terrorists in-game.

The Ingram MAC 11 with an extended 32-round magazine.
The MAC 11 shown as a primary weapon, note the unfolded and suppressor are attached.
The MAC 11 shown as a secondary weapon, this time with the stock folded and the suppressor removed.

Heckler & Koch MP5A4

The most widely used Submachine gun by counter-terrorist forces around the world, the MP5. This game features the A4 model of the MP5, it has a 30+1 round capacity. One modification is and ACOG scope.

The H&K MP5A4

Heckler & Koch MP5SD5

A variant of the previous that has an integral suppressor, it also has an ACOG scope, too.

The MP5SD2 with fixed stock.
The MP5SD5, with ACOG, in the hands of Dieter Weber.

FN P90

A small PDW or (Personal Defense Weapon) chambered in 5.7x28mm. Made by the FN de Herstal factory. Has a 50-round detachable box magazine housed on the top of the weapon.

The FN P90 in 5.7x28mm

Veresk SR-2

Russian Submachine gun in 9x21mm Groza, Has a capacity of 20+1 rounds. can be used in the primary slot and secondary sidearm slot. In the primary, the SR-2 fires full-auto and has the stock unfolded. In the secondary slot, the SR-2 fires semi-auto and has the stock folded. The SR-2 is upgraded with a C-more optical sight.

The Veresk SR-2.

Steyr TMP

Austrian SMG in 9x19mm Parabellum. Has a 30+1 round capacity. It is equipped with a fixed stock and a suppressor in-game.

The Steyr TMP with a 30-round magazine.

Heckler & Koch UMP

A modernized Heckler & Koch Submachine gun in a larger caliber than that of the MP5. The UMP is chambered in 9x19mm, .40 caliber, and .45 ACP. The latter is featured in RS3: Black Arrow. It is equipped with a C-more sight and a suppressor.

The H&K UMP in .45 ACP

Assault Rifles

The following assault rifles were used in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow

AK-47

The most produced rifle in the world. A popular soviet assault rifle designed at the end of WWII, was made to replace the aging SKS-45. It is used by terrorists and some military forces globally in one form or another. Fires the 7.62x39mm Soviet round from a 30+1 round magazine. Used by terrorists and can be selected by the player. The pattern of this weapon has inspired many other Russian weapons including shotguns, sniper rifles, and submachine guns including the SVD Dragunov, PP-19 Bizon, and the Saiga 12 Shotgun are all based off of the Kalashnikov design.

The Avtomat Kalashnikova Model 1947, the Kalashnikov AK-47

Steyr AUG

The AUG, (Armee Universal Gewehr-—"Universal Army Rifle" in deutsch) is an Austrian bullpup assault rifle designed by Steyr. Fires 5.56x45mm rounds. Capacity of 30+1 rounds. Integrated Scope works as C-more sight also.

The Steyr AUG

FAMAS G2

French Bullpup Assault Rifle with 950 R.P.M. rate of fire. The modern version is Stanag compatible, using a 30-round magazine versus the original 25-round magazines.

The FAMAS G2 Bullpup Rifle

Heckler & Koch G36C

High-tech German assault rifle designed by Heckler & Koch. Fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round. Has a 30-round magazine. And is fitted with a red polarized, C-more sight on the optics rail. Can be seen in-game, used by the player, and is seen in the hands of Domingo "Ding" Chavez on the cover. Note: in the cover shot, the G36C doesn't have a C-more sight.

The Heckler & Koch G36C.

Heckler & Koch G3A3

German, 70's era, fully automatic, battle rifle in 7.62x51 NATO. Has a capacity of 20+1 rounds. Equipped with an ACOG Scope. In game appears as semi-automatic only

The 7.62x51mm G3A3 Battle Rifle

IMI Galil ARM

5.56x45mm assault rifle made by Israeli Military Industries, has a standard capacity of 30+1 rounds. In-game, the Galil ARM has been fitted with a beta-C Magazine giving it a capacity of 100+1 rounds. It is argued that the Galil is used as a Squad Automatic Weapon more than an assault rifle.

The IMI Galil in 5.56x45mm NATO

Enfield L85A1

British bullpup assault rifle now the main-stay of the British military. Fires 5.56x45mm to be NATO compatible. Has a SUSAT scope attached.

The Enfield L85A1 assault rifle

M16A1

Designed around the Vietnam Era to replace the M14, the M16 fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round from a thirty-round magazine in-game. Is fitted with an ACOG scope attached to the carrying handle. Mislabeled as the M16A2, it is not because it fires full-auto.

The M16 5.56x45mm NATO

M4A1 Carbine

The M4A1 Carbine is a shortened version of the M16 assault rifle. Holds 30+1 rounds in a stanag magazine. Is equipped with an Picatinny rail on the receiver and a C-more sight.

The M4A1 Assault Rifle

TAR-21

Israeli bullpup assault rifle designed by IWI. It fires the 5.56x45mm round, 30-shot round detachable Stanag magazine. Integrated Mars sight works as a C-more sight in-game.

The IMI Tavor TAR-21
A screenshot of the TAR-21 in RS3: Black Arrow.

Light Machine Guns

The following Light Machine Guns were used in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow.

FN Minimi (M249)

The standard issue Squad Gunnery Weapon of the United States military. It fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round in 100 or 200-round belts. It has a capacity of 200-rounds in-game, and is fitted with an ACOG Scope fixed on the Picatinny rail mounted on the receiver.

The FN Minimi or M249

M60E4

The Vietnam era GPMG (General Purpose Machine Gun) of the United States military. It was later replaced by the M240. It is used as a Squad Automatic Weapon or (SAW) in-game. Fires the 7.62x51mm NATO from 100-round belts in a detachable box.

The M60E4 GPMG

Shotguns

The following shotguns were used in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow:

Benelli M1

Appears as the "M1" in-game. The M1 has a 8+1 round tube magazine. Fires 12 Gage Buckshot. Note: When reloading from empty, the game engine reloads one shell, then cocks the weapon, placing that shell in the chamber. Then, proceeds to load the other eight rounds in the tube magazine. This Gives the player 9 rounds total.

The Benelli Super 90 Series M1 with an eight round magazine.

Daewoo USAS-12

The USAS-12 is a South Korean Fully Automatic Combat shotgun. It has a drum magazine that holds 20+1 Rounds of 12 gauge ammunition.

The Daewoo USAS-12 with a single-stacked magazine.

Sniper Rifles

The following sniper rifles were used in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow. (Note: The Barrett M82A1 was cut from the weapons list after Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield.)

Accuracy International AWS

The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed appears incorrectly as the "AW Covert". The real-life AW Covert has a much shorter, 12" barrel. Has a capacity of 10+1 Rounds in a detachable magazine. Chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO/.308 Winchester.

Accuracy International AWS - 7.62x51mm NATO
The AWS Sniper rifle as seen in a loading screen. The stock and grip seem to be customized as seen in this photograph. The factory stock has a thumb-hole grip as seen in the photograph above.

SVD Dragunov

The SVD (Snayperskaya Vintovka Dragunova or "Dragunov's Sniper Rifle" in Russian) is a semi-automatic medium range DMR or (Designated Marksman Rifle) in the same class as the M14 Sniper. It is based off the kalashnikov design pattern. Has a capacity of 10+1 rounds. Fires the powerful 7.62x54mm round. This rifle replaced the M82A1 Sniper Rifle from Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield.

The SVD Dragunov with a PSO-1 Scope and a ten-round magazine.

H&K PSG-1

A Heckler & Koch sniper rifle based off the design of the G3 battle rifle, and one of the most expensive sniper rifles to date. Chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO, and has a capacity of 5+1 rounds.

The H&K PSG-1 with a five-round magazine.

Norinco MAK 90

The MAK 90 is seen in the hands of terrorist snipers in-game. The rifle is modified with a wooden Dragunov-style stock, short magazine, and a PSO-1 Scope. This rifle is not available to the player. It is unknown why the terrorist snipers are shown with this over the Dragunov, which is available to the player. Also as the shot report of the SVD Dragunov as well.

The Chinese Norinco MAK 90

Pistols

The following pistols were seen in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow: Note: The Ingram MAC 11 and Veresk SR-2 Are used as sidearms and are not relisted, See previous listings under Submachine Guns.

Beretta 92FS

The standard issue sidearm of most police forces in the United States, and team "Rainbow". Made by the Beretta company. It has a capacity of 16+1 rounds of 9x19mm parabellum ammunition, also has an attached suppressor.

The Italian Beretta 92FS in 9x19mm parabellum.

IMI Desert Eagle

Appears as the "D.Eagle (.50CAL)", the Desert Eagle is an Israeli gas-operated handgun in three calibers, .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, and .50 Action Express. Has a magazine capacity of 7+1 rounds of .50 caliber ammo. Sometimes used by terrorists later in the game, also available to the player from the start.

The Desert Eagle in .50AE
The Desert Eagle in the hands of "Ding" Chavez.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

A .45ACP version of the USP handgun made for the United States Special Operations Command, hence the SOCOM label. Customized with Tritium Night Sights, and a suppressor attached in-game to quietly eliminate targets.

The Mark 23 SOCOM in .45 caliber ACP, with suppressor attached.
A screenshot of the Mark 23.

H&K USP

Heckler & Koch designed a pistol for then police forces of Germany, then came the USP or (Universal Self-loading Pistol). It is chambered in various calibers including 9x19mm, .40 caliber, and a version taking .45 ACP. It Is chambered in .40 caliber in-game and has no suppressor, but if the player wanted a suppressed USP, the H&K Mark 23 will suffice. The USP is customized with Tritium Night Sights.

The H&K USP in .40 S&W

Grenade Launcher

The following grenade launcher was used in the game Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow.

M203 Grenade Launcher (Stand alone variant)

The M203 40mm single-shot grenade launcher is featured in Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow as a stand-alone weapon, it takes the place of the back-up sidearm that the player can choose. It fires a variety of rounds including Smoke rounds to deploy cover, "CS" (Tear Gas), and "HE" (High Explosive), and "RS" (White-Phosphorus Incendiary) rounds. Customized with a sliding adjustable stock. Not available to the terrorists. (Thank God!) Note: The Squadmates in-game can put themselves out if the player has an "accident" while using the RS round by patting themselves rapidly for a short time, this is very contrary to real-life White-Phosphorus burn treatment.

The M203 Stand Alone Grenade launcher, seen in a loading screen.

See also

Jack Ryan The Hunt for Red October (1990)  •  Patriot Games (1992)  •  Clear and Present Danger (1994)  •  The Sum of All Fears (2002)
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014)
Rainbow Six Rainbow Six  •  Rogue Spear  •  Raven Shield  •  Black Arrow  •  Lockdown  •  Vegas  •  Vegas 2  •  Siege
Splinter Cell Splinter Cell  •  Pandora Tomorrow  •  Chaos Theory  •  Double Agent  •  Conviction  •  Blacklist
Ghost Recon Ghost Recon  •  Advanced Warfighter  •  Advanced Warfighter 2  •  Phantoms  •  Future Soldier  •  Wildlands
Other The Sum of All Fears  •  The Division



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