Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Guns

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Guns

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Guns


One of the most-anticipated video games of 2022 is here. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare® II was released October 28th.

The Infinity Ward title includes plenty of what loyal players love about the 19 other games in the top-selling COD franchise as well as the 20 or so other licensed spin-off titles, expansion packs, and add-ons like Battle Royale.

Modern Warfare® II is considered a sequel of Modern Warfare, a 2019 reboot/re-imagining of 2009’s Modern Warfare. It promises updated features and improvements like a new multiplayer map section, better mechanics for swimming and hanging from ledges, plus improved vehicle combat that lets players lean out a window to shoot or crawl onto the roof of a moving truck.

Early access and beta players tell us that another new game mode enhancement in Modern Warfare II is a better gunsmith system that makes it easier to use various attachments to enhance certain play styles, and a gun “tree” that gradually increases branches and unlocks various options, like higher damage bonuses for using certain gun groups and a certain attachment.

The new gunsmith feature also includes an in-game firing range where players can try different guns before heading out on missions.


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While we all can’t directly go out and save the world from the Nazis, zombies, aliens, or the various terrorist groups/rogue nations in the COD worlds, these games do allow PlayStation players, Xbox series X players, and other console players to at least simulate the experience.

Good news, however! While you shouldn’t take on these campaigns IRL, you can at least try some of the guns through Texas Gun Experience.

The TGE Gamer Machine Gun Experience is perfect for Call of Duty fans who might have only fired a submachine gun or sniper rifle in a game but have always wondered what it would be like to pull the trigger of a machine gun. If you are looking for something different, try our World War II Machine Gun Experience or Modern Military Machine Gun Experience. The following weapons list shares some of the guns from the game that may be encountered here. (Fun fact: Due mostly to licensing reasons, Activision Blizzard and other video game publishers prefer to use generic or fictitious names for many of their different weapons, even if they look, sound, and act like specific brands or styles).



Assault Rifles in Modern Warfare II

M-4 / Colt M4A1

The M-4. This M-4 carbine has been used by the U.S. military as well as infantry in other countries, replacing the M-16 which was the primary weapon for decades.

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Lachmann-556 / Heckler & Koch HK33

The Lachmann-556. This basic rifle closely resembles the Heckler & Koch HK33, a 5.56 mm firearm which has been in service since 1968. The German-made firearm has seen action around the world, including the Vietnam War and civil wars in Lebanon and El Salvador. Part of its popularity is that it’s quite modular and is easy to break down or to replace components.

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M16 / M16 5.56

The M-16. This cartridge-loaded firearm was popular in the U.S., starting from when it replaced the M-14 in the mid-1960s until the early 2000s. Although some units preferred the HK33 for its lighter weight and larger magazine, the American-made M-16 5.56 mm had plenty of fans.

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Kastov 762 / AK-74

The Kastov 74-U. Game players may say this Russian-made rifle resembles the AK-74. They’re correct! This gun was developed by legendary weapon designer Mikhail Kalashnikov in the mid-1970s and became a popular firearm for Russian soldiers as well as foreign soldiers Russia supported. In real life and in the game world, it’s easy to add field upgrades like optical sights or a rear grip.

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TAQ-56 / FN SCAR-L

The TAQ-56. It’s big and kind of bulky, but this gun, better known as the SCAR-L or the FN SCAR-L, is useful for mid-range and close-quarters combat. SCAR stands for Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle, made in Belgium by FN Herstal.

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Kastov-74U / AK-74 carbine

The AK 105. This is a shortened version of the AK-74 carbine, with a shorter barrel. The Russian-made rifle fires 5.45 mm ammo plus has a folding stock and iron sights. It was designed in the mid-1990s and came into use in the early 2000s.

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Kastov-545 / AK-105

The AK 103. This Russian-made firearm uses 7.62 mm ammo. Part of its versatility is that it can be easily equipped with all types of attachments, from sights to larger magazines. The semi-automatic rifle has been in use since 2001 and is commonly seen by many foreign militaries.

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STB 556 / AUG A3

The AK 105. This is a version of the AK-105. The Russian-made rifle fires 5.45 mm ammo plus has a folding stock and iron sights. It was designed in the mid-1990s and came into use in the early 2000s.

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M13B / Sig Sauer MCX

The AK 105. This is a version of the AK-105. The Russian-made rifle fires 5.45 mm ammo plus has a folding stock and iron sights. It was designed in the mid-1990s and came into use in the early 2000s.

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Chimera / Honey Badger

The AK 105. This is a version of the AK-105. The Russian-made rifle fires 5.45 mm ammo plus has a folding stock and iron sights. It was designed in the mid-1990s and came into use in the early 2000s.

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Battle Rifles in Modern Warfare II

FTAC Recon / Bushmaster M4

The FTAC Recon. In the non-game world, the Bushmaster M4 is a considered a great gun that fires .223 mm or 5.56 mm bullets, but in game world, the carbine has an even higher caliber. Although the civilian version can only be semi-automatic, the military version allows short bursts or automatic firing. Most versions have a six-position stock and a flash suppressor.

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Lachman-762 / Heckler & Koch Gewehr3

The Lachman-762. Like the Lachman-556, the 762 version is modeled after another Heckler & Koch firearm, the Gewehr3. The selective-fire rifle was the official firearm of West German forces from the 1960s to 1990s. It’s considered easy to modify and repair and is designed to switch from single fire to fully automatic.

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TAQ-76 / FN SCAR-H

The TAQ-76. The heavy version of the TAQ is comparable to the FN SCAR-H and not a separate family. The gas-operated firearm uses 7.62 mm ammo and is more powerful and accurate than then SCAR-L. It has an extended receiver with a folding or non-folding stock.

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SO-14 / M14

The AK 103. This Russian-made firearm uses 7.62 mm ammo. Part of its versatility is that it can be easily equipped with all types of attachments, from sights to larger magazines. The semi-automatic rifle has been in use since 2001 and is commonly seen by many foreign militaries.

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SMGs in Modern Warfare II

Lachman Sub / H&K MP5

The Lachman Sub. Developer Infinity Ward made this sub-machine gun the equivalent to the H&K MP5, a compact but sturdy SMG. Although the Uzi gets the headlines, the sturdy MP5 receives more use around the world for military and law enforcement.

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FSS Hurricane / AR57

The FSS Hurricane. The Hurricane on the AR57 is no longer in production but still in circulation. The sturdy carbine has the look and heft of a larger assault rifle but fires 5.7x28mm bullets at a faster rate.

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Fennec 45 / KRISS Vector

The Fennec 45. KRISS USA has created a family of submachine guns, named after an Asian flame-shaped dagger. The KRISS Vector is lightweight but sturdy and uses a delayed blowback system to cut down on muzzle climbing and overall recoil.

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Vaznev-9K / PP-19 Vityaz

The PP19 Vityaz. The Russian-made selective-fire SMG is the real deal. It uses a closed-bolt and straight blowback system, rather than a gas system to get better results and faster firing.

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PDSW 528 / FN P90

The PDSW 528. Based off of The FN P90 is a compact 5.7×28mm personal defense weapon designed and manufactured by FN Herstal. Featuring a compact bullpup design with an integrated reflex sight and fully ambidextrous controls, the P90 is an unconventional weapon with a futuristic appearance. Development of the weapon began in 1986, and production commenced in 1990 from which the "90" in its name is derived.

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Minibak / PP19 Bizon

The PP19 Bizon. A team of Russian engineers headed by Victor Kalashnikov came up with this SMG. It’s often used for combat and security, especially in situations where speed and accuracy are needed.

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VEL 46 / HK MP7

The MP7. H&K created this SMG in 2001 with speed in mind. Not just the number of rounds, but something with a high velocity to pass through body armor. It uses a short-stroke piston gas system to fire the ammo.

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MX9 / Steyr AUG Para

The Steyr AUG is an Austrian bullpup assault rifle. It was adopted by the Austrian Army in 1978 as the StG 77 or Sturmgewehr 77. It offten the standard small firearm of the Bundesheer and various Austrian federal police units. Many of it's variants have also been adopted by the armed forces of dozens of countries, with some using it as a standard-issue service rifle.

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BAS-P / SIG MPX

The SIG MPX is a closed, rotating bolt, gas-operated submachine gun. Designed and manufactured by SIG Sauer, and is primarily chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. It features the SIG Sauer short stroke push-rod gas system to reduce the recoil and improve the reliability of the weapon.

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Shotguns in Modern Warfare II

Lockwood 300 / Browning Citori 725

The Browning Citori 725. The “over and under” double-barreled shotgun is common in many shooter games due to its close-range power, but it also takes time to reload. It’s Browning’s most prominent shotgun and can come in several gauges.

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Expedite 12 / Benelli M4

The Expedite 12. They had to include the Benelli M4, right? The first gas-powered shotgun created by the renowned Benelli Arms could use several sizes of shells for different amounts of power. The 12-gague semi-automatic features make it useful for the military, and it is also known for its durability and doing well in all types of weather..

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Bryson 800 / Mossberg 590

The Mossberg 500 (M500) is a series of pump action shotguns manufactured by O.F. Mossberg & Sons. Designed in 1961 by Carl Benson, the Mossberg 500 was created mainly for use by hunters, but quickly found itself in use by law enforcement because of its reliability and low cost. In the 1970s the M500 was submitted for military use and in 1999 the Marine Corps adopted the semi-automatic M1014 Combat Shotgun, which became standard issue by 2001.

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Bryson 890 / Mossberg 590A1

The Mossberg 590A1s shotgun designated for law enforcement. 590A1s differ from other 500/590 shotguns, in that they have heavy barrels, metal trigger guards, and metal safeties. The 590A1 is also used by the U.S. and allied armed forces, having been designed to meet the stricter standards outlined by the U.S. Army.

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LMGs in Modern Warfare II

556 Icarus / Ares Shrike 556

The 556 Icarus. What do you get when you combine a favorite carbine with a dual-feed rifle? Possibly one of the more sought-after utility weapons in this game. The make-believe Icarus brings together the classic M4 assault rifle with the Ares Shrike 556 to create a powerful and fast light machine gun converted to allow a belt-fed receiver to keep the ammo coming.

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RAPP H / HK21

The RAPP H. Better known as the HK21, this LMG is considered by many to be the most general-purpose machine gun around. It fires 7.62 mm ammo and can be held or used with a bipod or tripod.

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SAKIN MG38 / M249 SAW

The SAKIN MG38. This style of Squad Automatic Weapon, or SAW, is often seen in first-person shooters for its firing power plus speed. This one is based on the Belgian-made M249, which provides adequate firepower along with portability and accuracy.

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RPK

The RPK. This Russian-made firearm is said to be the bigger brother of the AK-74, but the RPK has features like a thicker, longer barrel that delivers more firepower and at a longer range while still maintains its accuracy.

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RAAL MG / SIG Sauer MG 338

SIG MG 338 machine gun is a full automatic, gas operated, belt fed weapon that fires from open bolt. It uses short stroke piston gas system, with piston running below the quick-detachable barrel. The SIG Sauer MG 338 machine gun first introduced to the public in 2017 and in early 2020 it was announced that USSOCOM purchased some of SIG Sauer MG 338 machine guns for testing.

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Marksman Rifles in Modern Warfare II

EBR-14 / Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

The Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) is an American military selective fire battle rifle originally built for use with units of United States Special Operations Command, such as the United States Navy SEALs, Delta Force, and task specific Green Berets ODA teams. Development began in 2000 with a request by the United States Navy SEALs for a more compact M14 battle rifle.

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SP-R 208 / Remington 700

The Remington Model 700 is a series of bolt-action centerfire rifles manufactured by Remington Arms. The M24 and M40 military sniper rifles, used by the US Army and Marine Corps, respectively, are both based on the Model 700 design.

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LM-S / H&K PSG-1

The LM-S. High accuracy and a large magazine are winning combos for this firearm based on the H&K PSG-1. The semi-automatic rifle is slightly less accurate than a sniper rifle, but it performs much better for targets in motion, or for firing while on the move.

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Lockwood MK2 / Marlin 30-30

The Lockwood MK2. This lever-action marksman rifle and carbine is based on the Marlin 30-30, a high-powered firearm made by Ruger. The basic specifications have been unchanged since the late 1940s due to its dependability and versatility.

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TAQ-M / FN SCAR SC

The FN SCAR (Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle) in 300 blackout was developed by Belgian manufacturer FN Herstal in 2018. The FN SCAR is constructed with modularity for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) to satisfy the requirements of the SCAR competition. The SCAR is manufactured in two main versions; the SCAR-L ("Light") and SCAR-H ("Heavy").

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SA-B 50 / M24 Sniper Weapon System

The M24 Sniper Weapon System (SWS) or M24 is the military and police version of the Remington Model 700 rifle, M24 being the model name assigned by the United States Army. In 2019, the Israel Defense Forces started to upgrade the M24 and replace the stock and receiver of the old M24 rifles with a modern MDT Defense M24 Chassis stock assembly with AR15/M16 pistol grip that increases the number of physical adjustments.

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Sniper Rifles in Modern Warfare II

LA-B 330 / McMillan TAC-338

McMillan Built Its TAC-338 Chris Kyle Rifle to ‘American Sniper’ Specs. The TAC series of sniper rifles are based around a fiberglass chassis with a fixed butt and adjustable cheekpiece and buttpad. Although Kyle used a .300 Winchester Magnum for most of deployments, his most famous and longest shot was taken with a McMillan-built TAC-338.

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SP-X 80 / Remington MSR

The Modular Sniper Rifle, or MSR, is a bolt-action sniper rifle developed and produced by Remington Arms for the United States Army. It was introduced in 2009, and was designed to meet specific United States Army and USSOCOM Precision Sniper Rifle requirements.

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MCPR-300 / Barret MRAD

The Barret MRAD. Short for Multi-role Adaptive Design, this actual bolt-action firearm is designed to be precise for long rage shooting. The gun has a long barrel and a folding stock. It also is easy to swap out different bodies for different caliber ammo. Its firing range is an impressive 1,600 yards.

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Signal 50 / GM6 Lynx

The Signal 50. Some more patient players love nothing better than taking their time for precise shots one by one rather than rushing in and taking harmful fire. One of the preferred options is the Signal, modeled after the GM6 Lynx, a long-barreled, high-caliber firearm with a high-velocity muzzle.

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Victus XMR / Accuracy International AW50

The AW50 is a .50 BMG anti-materiel precision rifle designed by Accuracy International. It is a re-engineered version of the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare L96 sniper rifle (the standard issue sniper rifle in the British forces). The AW50 is intended to engage a variety of targets, including radar installations, light vehicles (including light armoured vehicles), field fortifications, boats and ammunition dumps.

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Pistols in Modern Warfare II

X12 / Glock 17

The X12. Glock Manufacturing is considered one of the top brands for semi-automatic handguns, so having Glock-like guns in the game environment is a smart idea. One of the basic combat pistols you’ll encounter is the X12 modeled after the 9 mm Glock 17. They’re useful as duty pistols for military and law enforcement as well as a useful secondary weapon in video games.

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P890 / SIG Sauer P220

The SIG Sauer P220 is a semi-automatic pistol. Designed in 1975 by the SIG Arms AG. The original 1975 SIG Sauer P220 had a 'heel-mounted' magazine release lever located at the rear of the magazine well and a lanyard loop which was typical of handguns made for police and military purposes. Newer SIG P220s utilize a push button magazine release to the left side of the grip, behind the trigger and do not have lanyard loops. The P220 was then later modified with a redesigned slide, grips, and other minor changes to the frame.

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X13 / Full Auto Glock 17

The X13. The next level up from the Glock 17 is the automatic Glock 17, which is considered a selective-fire machine pistol. It’s easy to switch to different firing modes, and it also has been designed to reduce muzzle rise.

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Basilisk / Smith & Wesson Model 500

The Model 500 was built on the entirely new X-Frame, which was developed exclusively to handle the immense muzzle velocity and pressures generated by firing of the .500 Magnum cartridge. It's among the most powerful revolvers in the world since its original release in 2003, and is marketed as "the world's most powerful handgun" by the manufacturer.

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Desert Eagle

The Desert Eagle. This classic handgun fires .50 caliber bullets, but some versions have been adapted to fire .357 or .44 magnum bullets. Desert Eagles have the largest centerfire cartridge of any handgun and are also self-loading. They are built more like rifles, with gas-operated ejection and a larger recoil if you’re not ready for it.

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Launchers in Modern Warfare II

PILA / Mark 153 Bunker Buster

The PILA. Some call the shoulder-mounted Mark 153 a “bunker buster” since it can do plenty of damage to buildings. Its technical name is Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon, or SMAW. Recoilless rockets can be fired from 500 yards, along with structures, does well against tanks or other armored vehicles.

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JOKR / FGM-148 Javelin

The JOKR. This anti-tank weapon, better known as the FGM-148 Javelin, uses an infrared guidance system to lock on to and then impact the target. If positioned correctly, the ‘fire and forget’ missile is intended to connect with the top of the vehicle and explode downward, rather than directly hitting the front, which is usually better shielded. In an ideal setting, two people are required to operate one: someone to fire the missile and then keep guard during firing – including making sure allies are safe distance.

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RPG-7

The RPG-7. A rocket-propelled grenade launcher can shoot a grenade farther than throwing one. It doesn’t have any electronic guidance system, but precise aiming isn’t necessarily important when attacking an armored target with grenades.

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Strela-P / SA-7 Grail

The 9K32 Strela-2 "arrow" aka the SA-7 Grail, is a light-weight, shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missile (or MANPADS) system. It is designed to target aircraft at low altitudes with passive infrared homing guidance and destroy them with a high explosive warhead.

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