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Talk:Arsenal AR

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Arsenal JSCo. Models

Arsenal AR-M1 - 7.62x39mm
Arsenal AR-M4SF with red dot sight and stock folded - 5.56x45mm NATO
Arsenal AR-M7ST - 7.62x39mm
Arsenal SAR-M1 - 5.56x45mm

Arsenal Inc. Models


Arsenal SAM7UF-85 - 7.62x39mm
Arsenal SAM7K - 7.62x39mm


Arsenal SLR-104FR - 5.45x39mm
Arsenal SLR-104UR - 5.45x39mm
Arsenal SLR104UR with solid folding stock - 5.45x39mm


Arsenal SLR-106UR with dummy suppressor - 5.56x45mm NATO
Screen-used Arsenal SLR-106CR with Zenitco furniture - 5.56x45mm, seen in Extraction 2. Image courtesy of ISS (Independent Studio Services).


Arsenal SLR-107F - 7.62x39mm
Arsenal SLR-107UR - 7.62x39mm
Arsenal SLR-107UR with solid stock - 7.62x39mm


Arsenal AR with attachments, resembling used in the Hitman movie
SAR M14, also known as Dashprod - 5.56x45mm NATO

Photoshopped Images

Arsenal SLR-107FR with the Midwest Industries Gen 1 SS-Extended Handguard with the Hera Arms CQR stock photoshopped on. This is the inspiration image for the "M762" in Rainbow Six Siege.


Notes on splitting the Bulgarian models

Rather than splitting its models according to clearly visible things like caliber, barrel length, or stock design, it seems that the Bulgarians decided that they every tiny furniture switch equates to a new numbered model. Due to the combination of the amount of models, the minor degree of variation between the models, and the poor documentation available on the internet, I feel like we need some reliable written source on these guns before we can properly document them and split them into individual sections. "Eyeballing it" is just too unreliable in my opinion.

As for a source, I feel like the super-comprehensive The Kalashnikov Encyclopedia by Drs. Cor Roodhorst should contain all the information we need on the Arsenal AR models, though I'm not sure if any of us here own the books. --Wuzh (talk) 08:51, 17 October 2022 (UTC)

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