Aidan has always had a bit of a temper, but he used to repress it. Now he channels that emotion into his melee fighting style, letting him fully express himself through violence.
Grant was living out his golden years hunting and writing wilderness guides. Now he calls upon those skills to find his family, even though he knows the odds are slim. But the hunt drives Grant forward, staring down the barrel of his rifle.
Maya is a former surgeon, well versed in life or death decisions. Now she finds herself under similar pressure, but with far grimmer consequences. She’s the group's medic, equally adept at taking lives and saving them.
A former kindergarten teacher, Heather knows the difference between right and wrong, but now finds herself blurring the line. She still tries to find the good in all people, but has learned when to stop looking and start fighting.
A modernized version of the beloved classic. when you absoultely. positively. got to kill everyone in the room, accept no subsititutes.
Also known as Steyr AUG, the AUG A3 is the third version of the original AUG A1, which was designed in austria in the 1960's.
Variant of the G36 rifle made in Germany. The C stands for 'compact'.
Meening Thunderstorm in Russian, the Groza was developed in the 1990's Russia. Bring the thunder!
Used by the US army during the Vietnam War, the M16A4 is now mostly used for training purposes.
An improvement of the M16 and the M4 Carbine, M416 is used in the US armed forces.
Made in Poland, the Beryl was made as an alternative to the AKM
A reliable, US manufactured Semi-automatice rifle or a monster waiting to be usleashed?
Bullpup-style assault rifle made in the People's Republic of China
Part of the Belgian FN SCAR family, the L here stands for 'light'. The SCAR stands for the pain you leave your enemies with.
Short for Arctic Warfare Magnum, the AWM was made in the UK and provides stable sniping conditions, even in extremely cold weather.
First used in Germany in 1935, the Kar98k is still being used in some regions today.
The M24 is the standard sniper rifle of the US Army.
This classic lever-action rifle originated in the US in 1894's
A lightweight, semi-automatic rifle made in the US. Small in name, big in damage.
The standard designated marksman rifle of the US army, The MK14 selective fire option gives versatility in both close range and mid-to-long range combat.
A bullpup-style semi-automatic rifle made in the People's Republic of China
A Soviet semi-automatic carbine developed in 1945's
The SLR, or Self-Lading Rifle, is a British variation of FN FAL.
A unique sniper rifle born in the Soviet Union. comes with an integrated suppressor.
A modern Rusiian semi-automatic shotgun.
A classic pump-action shotgun made in the US in the 1890's
A double-barreled shotgun often used for sport in the US.
Originating in Isreal in 1954's, the Micro Uzi specializes in close quarters combat.
A nickname given to the Thompson Submachine Gun, developed and used in the US for decades.
A more modern weapon, the vector was initially released in the US in 2006's
UMP stands for Universale Maschinenpistole, meaning Universal Submachine Gun in German.
The Bizon made it's debut in 1996 in Russia.
Variant of the MP5 family, the German made submachine gun is specially designed for close quarters combat. The K stands for 'Kurz',which is means 'short' in German.
A bladed, handheld harvesting tool, the sickle is wicked and functional.
The cast iron pan is right at home in the kitchen or saving your backside on the battlegrounds.
While generally used to pry open doors, the Crowbar can also be used to pry open skulls.
A tool often utilized in jungles to clear heavy growth, the machete can also make a brutal and deadly weapon.