HistoryEditThe K-202 sub-machinegun is a gas powered SMG developed by Sai-Schaan Arms in 2020 to combat the high amount of casualties encountered by the Unified Pan-Asian Army after the botched invasion of Budapest due to the lack of close quarters eqiupment needed for the tangled streets of many East European cities. Recognizing this failure was due to lack of equipment, the Unified Pan-Asian Defence Ministry contracted Sai-Schaan to develop a compact high-power weapon to be used by Unified troops in future urban engagements.
The K-202 is gas operated and capable of sustained 9mm fire at high rates of fire.
Operation: Gas no-delay blowback, closed bolt
Cartridge: 9x19 Luger
Rate of fire: 800rpm
Muzzle Velocity: 460 m/s
Effective Range: 230 m (754 feet)
Feed system: 20, 30, 50 round box magazines
Barrel length: 235 mm (9.25 inches)
Total length: 562 mm (23.3 inches)
Total length w/ stock extended: 866 mm (35.3 inches)
Width: 59 mm (2.3 inches)
Height w/o magazine: 270 mm (10.6 inches)
Weight: 3 kg (6.6 lbs)
The K-202 can be equipped with RIS/RAS rails to accomadate any tactical accessory. It is also able to accomadate a 30mm under-barrel mounted grenade launcher that can be fitted underneath the front handguard. It can be fitted with a sleeve-like handle near the magazine port to allow for a better forward grip in conjuction with an under-barrel launcher.