T-21 Cavalry Rifle
When the age of weapons first came into existence for the Sultanate, many people still navigated via horseback. Many law enforcers, couriers, and traveling mercenaries prefereed the horse over most other means of transportation, even the safer biplanes. …
T-19 Infantry Rifle
When the Sultanate first learned about crafting firearms, the first weapon was a very basic but effective model. The T-19 was originally used as a rifle for the common people, and was a weapon made for inexperienced tribesman and soldiers.
The rifle …
.45 Suldwheir Rilfe
When the empire first developed firearms, it never made a mass-producible weapon that could be use by hundreds of thousands. This prevented the use of an effective fighting and enforcement unit for some time.
However, shortly after the rise of weapons, …
When the war first came around, trenches were a big deal on the front. It was where the lines were drawn, and here most combat was settled in close quarters. Neither side of the war had a rifle meant for trench warfare until a United Empire Gunsmith made …
Massive plains of land meant easy pickings for soldiers. Scouts needed rifles to deal with infantry quick if they were spotted, so they had a weapon for mid-range target elimination. It was the .308 octol, and it is the Empire's anti-infantry weapon.