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M125 Pump Action Grenade Launcher by RedW0lf777sg M125 Pump Action Grenade Launcher by RedW0lf777sg
This is a multi-shot 40mm pump action grenade launcher. The M125 was a large weapon that represented a typical pump-operated shotgun with tubular magazine below the barrel. this weapon apparently performed quite well with HE-Frag ammunition, but often chocked on close-combat ammunition loaded with flechettes (small arrows). This was mostly because of stubby shape of these rounds, while HE rounds had nicely curved noses which assisted reliable feeding. Furthermore, the over all weight of the loaded weapon was quite significant, to say the least. It is a manually operated, magazine fed grenade launcher. It has a tubular magazine below the barrel which holds 3 rounds, plus one round can be carried in the barrel. Magazine is loaded through the port at the bottom of the receiver, empty cartridge cases are ejected to the right via ejection window. Reloading mechanism is operated by the sliding handguard, which shall be pulled to the rear and then pushed forward to complete reloading cycle. M125 was fitted with a flat-ended telescoping stock, that had a rubber recoil pad. It is equipped with a HS15/D1 holo-sight, it also had open type steel sight. The M125 came with a whole assortment of grenade rounds for different mission situations, from High Explosive rounds to Flechette rounds.


Weight (kg) - 5.4

Range (m) - 300.0

Power - 2,000

Ammo Type - 40 mm (Grenade)

Magazine Capacity - 3 (+ 1)
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whatdefudge Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Looks like 40mm shotgun XD
RedW0lf777sg Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Well, that's the idea, friend. Just look at this vid:
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome weapon. :3
RedW0lf777sg Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you very much.
CzechBiohazard Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome. :3
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