Old Guns for Cyberpunk 2020
Tired of carrying around that ubiquitous Minami-10 submachinegun? Ever wish there was something more stylish than a Colt M2000? Well then gato, have we got just what you’re looking for!
Well-designed German pistol with unique rifled barrel, making it easy to care for. Very reliable, easy to use, and once common among European police forces.
A very large 9mm pistol, the VP70M is capable of firing three round bursts, but only with the buttstock attached, otherwise it is only capable of semi-automatic fire; it is not capable of fully automatic fire. Very rare and expensive.
The ASP is a highly modified Smith & Wesson M39 series pistol. With a shortened slide and barrel, refitted to reliably feed empty brass from the magazine. The frame is also extensively refitted with clear plastic grips that show available ammunition at a glance. Finished with Teflon-S.
The commercial version of the SW variants on the M39 and M59. Very easy to shoot and conceal.
S&W Combat Magnum
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Designed for US Border Patrol use, the Combat Magnum was a popular choice among police officers. Its “small frame” and reliable action made it a best seller.
S&W Model 29
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A very large weapon, the Model 29 was one of the most powerful revolvers available to civilians. It has a high muzzle energy and is quite accurate.
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Much like the Glock, the Sigma is mostly constructed of high impact polymer plastics, and shares the same kind of rugged reliability.
Colt M1911A1 Mk IV Government
Standard US sidearm for over 70 years. Known as a serious “manstopper”, with a rugged design and excellent customizeablity.
Detonics Combat Master
This is a highly modified, commercially produced version of the M1911A1. The Detonics is much smaller than it’s government issue predecessor but it shares many of the same characteristics. The Detonics uses a 6 round magazine that fits flush with the base of the grip or it may use the 7 round M1911A1 magazine that will fit and feed but protrude from the base of the grip.
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Was considered to be one of the top .357 Magnum revolvers made in it’s day; reliable and accurate.
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An excellent .44 revolver, used in home defense and police work. It’s long barrel makes it hard to conceal.
An excellent military and civilian sidearm still used worldwide.
IMI .44 Desert Eagle
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The Desert Eagle has seen service with the Israeli Army, as well as having great popularity with civilian marksmen.
A common police sidearm, it depends on accuracy and penetration as opposed to the .45’s sheer bullet weight. Also available as the M92SBC, which is a shorter version (conceals in Pocket) with a 13 round magazine.
This is a true machine pistol variant of the Beretta 92 series of pistols. Although only capable of three round bursts, and not fully automatic fire, the 93R is about as controllable as a machine pistol can be. A folding forward handgrip is necessary for the two handed operation of the pistol in burst fire mode, otherwise it can be held and shot comfortably with one hand.
Known as the “James Bond Gun” throughout the 1960s, the Walther was favored by intelligence agents worldwide.
The ubiquitous Sov Russia design with the tiny 5.45mm cartridge makes a very concealable weapon. It also has a build in silencer.
A small version of the UZI submachine gun, the UZI pistol can also use a 25 or 32 round magazine (concealability drops to Long Coat).
Sig Sauer P226
An improved version of the SS 220 pistol, used by security forces worldwide.
Sig Sauer P-210-2
Possibly the most accurate military production handgun in existence, the SIG is was commonly issued to the Swiss Army. Very accurate and easy to care for.
Ruger MKII Standard
An excellent match pistol, easily controlled and accurate. Also used as an assassin’s weapon in some quarters.
An innovative weapon still in use in many NATO countries. Its large magazine capacity and high quality workmanship make it a very serviceable military or police weapon.
Originally the sidearm of the Austrian army, the Glock is made partially of high density plastics. The unique construction makes it incredibly reliable and easy to use. Also available as the Glock 19 (short version) with a WA 1, Conc. P, #Shots 15.
The military-only version of the Glock 17, capable of full auto or selective fire. Has a built in compensator.
.40 Caliber Smith & Wesson version of the Glock 17, slightly heavier and less accurate. Also available as Glock 23 (short version) with a WA 0, Conc. P, #Shots 13.
This more rare and heavy version of the Glock 17 chambers the .45 ACP round.