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Boskord Defense ={Slayer}= ASN-105 SCARS by LeBadger0 Boskord Defense ={Slayer}= ASN-105 SCARS by LeBadger0
Boskord Defense ={Slayer line}= Avtomat Specialnyj Nikonova model 105 Special Compact Assault Rifle System
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Cartridge: 9x45mm subsonic
Magazine: 10 or 20-round magazines
Accuracy: Low-medium
Rate of fire: 1800 rounds per minute (first 2 shots), 800 rounds per minute
Range: 350-420 meters

Death is an art - but gunfighting isn't. You never arrived to battlefield to have fun. You arrived there to kick your OPFOR's ass, by any and all means. For this reason, you must make it quick. We offer you one of the most accurate, reliable, hard-hitting and the cheapest. You may watch your enemy die in a bloodbath, or you can take one silent, never-noticed shot at him without spilling any blood, or you can just make a punch-sized hole in that bastard's chest. Peace through superior firepower - Something that Turkish have mastered upon time.

ASN-105 SCARS - A whisper in the wind

Man subsonic rifles are cool. I mean, they are pretty damn silent compared to most rifles! I like the AAC Honey Badger, but man, the AS Val is a hundred times more pleasing. So we were like, ''Damn, these bitches don't know shit about making silent stuff. Seems like it's up to me-I mean us!

The ASN-105 is a brand new rifle, intended for special forces and/or law enforcement usage. Using the recently-developed 9x45mm subsonic rounds, it is a pretty damn silent rifle. Now you're gonna ask, what's the big deal about the other subsonic rifles and this? Let us explain it!

It uses the recoil impulse system of the AN-94. Hence the ''N'' on the name. For this reason, the whole rifle is rock-solid until the bullet exits the barrel - And because of this the rifle is more accurate and silent than usual. Homever, I hear that you're all going like ''but it uses the system of the AN-94, and AN-94 can't be suppressed because of the muzzle attachment!''. Well Einstein, it doesn't use the muzzle attachment of the AN-94! It uses one that is very similar to it. Homever, it can be suppressed!

It indeed is a modification of the AK-15 we had built. That is because Russians were pleased about the AK-15 and decided to make it a ''platform'' - Most other rifles would be either based off from it, or would be a modification of it. This is the latter case here.

Our weapons are known to be made of cheap, easily-available and reliable material. With the swift, accurate and incredibly cheap power of the Boskord, you will rule the battlefield - All by the Turkish power!
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Took inspiration from both AS Val and AAC Honey Badger. It turned out hugely different from the concept, but it was bound to happen - The end result usually doesn't look like the original concept, in my most cases. You should also think about the fact that I am lacking motivation (and thus am lazier than usual).

Anywho, enjoy!
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UltimaWeapon13 Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Something tells me this was partly inspired by BOII's AN-94
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...AN-94 is a real weapon, designed by Gennadiy Nikonov, manufactured by Izhmash, a Russian company.
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UltimaWeapon13 Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am fully aware of that. However, in the video game, Black Ops II, the default firing pattern shoots two bullets rapidly (at 1800 RPM), then continues firing at a slower pace (around 650-700 RPM I think). Your weapon does the same thing. That's why I said "BOII's AN-94", instead of "The AN-94, from BOII."
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I see. Well, it's exactly like that in reality. It might be slower than 1800 RPM, but eeeeh you get what I mean, it just shoots the first two round really fast.
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UltimaWeapon13 Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I wasn't aware the firerate altered during fire in the real one. Huh, cool!
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Yeah, it's a really cool feature IMO! Think of it like this: You're at a pretty-close-quarters-combat situation, you take some quick 2 shots first, and then if he/she isn't dead you try to take some more shots. It allows you to kill targets in automatic mode fairly easily and quickly (assuming that the 2 rounds had hit the target and were fatal for the enemy).
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UltimaWeapon13 Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's definitely a worthwhile feature. That's why I think the AN-94, and the HAMR mod for the Scar is a truly worthy investment in money, and time.
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Yes, AN-94 is indeed one of the stuff I would like to have in my army, assumed I can have one. The only bad things about it homever, are the price and ergonomics. I really hope that the Russian army decides to improve these rifles in the future.

The system on the HAMR is, IMHO, brilliant. As you keep on firing it the barrel gets heated up and as it gets heated up it starts firing slowlier. Quite innovative if you ask me!
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TheGhostBox Jan 22, 2013  Student Writer
AN-94 based, such a beastly gun, and this gun; Lives up to it's "ancestor" ;)
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