The first and still most common combat rifle developed by the MDC.


The first round is loaded from the Calico style rotary magazine by sliding the trigger and rear handle backwards and then forwards until it locks in the forward position, when in the forward lock it is disengaged from the internal ammunition feeder which is essentially a reciprocating breech block that shuttles the caseless rounds from the rear of the mag to the breech. Recoil and a long-coil spring housed in the upper casing provide the energy for the weapons full-automatic operation.


Primary combat rifle of the MDC.


First picture of CR1 missing: selector switch.