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Old 04-10-2014, 09:18 PM
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Default Canadian Weapons

I've been reading thru some of the MP websites and noticed that there seems to be a bit of confusion as to what weapons we have / are using currently.

Updated: 9/25/2017: C6A1 Flex
Updated: 5/19/2017

Small Arms and Light Weapons;

Canadian Weapons

A "C" designation is only given to a weapon that is produced in Canada.

Pistols, SMG's, Shotguns and Rifles

Browning High-Power Pistol
SIG-Sauer Model P225
Heckler & Koch USP

C1 Submachine Gun (Sterling)

Heckler & Koch 9mm MP5(N)

Remington Model 870

Benelli Model M3 Super 90

C1 (Rifle)
C1A1 (Rifle)

C2 (LMG)
C2A1 (LMG)

C3 MRSWS (Medium Range Sniper Weapon System)
C3A1 MRSWS (Medium Range Sniper Weapon System)

C7 (Rifle)
C7A1 (Rifle)
C7A2 (Rifle)
C7A3 (Rifle)

C8 (Rifle)
C8A1 (Rifle)
C8A2 (Rifle)
C8SFW (Rifle)
C8A3 (Rifle)

C14 Timberwolf MRSWS (Medium Range Sniper Weapon System)

C15 Long Range Sniper Weapon (LRSW)

MRS (Marksmen Rifle Systems, No known "C" designations)

Grenades; Launchers, Launched and Hand

M61 Fragmentation Grenade
C13 Fragmentation Grenade (M67 Fragmentation Grenade)
V40 Mini Fragmentation Grenade

M203A1 Grenade Launcher

C149 40mm High Explosive/Fragmentation (HE/FRAG)

C16 Close Area Suppression Weapon (CASW) (Heckler & Koch GMG)

Machine Guns

C5 GPMG (Medium Machine Gun)

C6 GPMG (Medium Machine Gun)
C6A1 Flex GPMG (Medium Machine Gun)

C9 (Light Machine Gun)
C9A1 (Light Machine Gun)
C9A2 (Light Machine Gun)

M2HB (Heavy Machine Gun)
M2HB QCB (Heavy Machine Gun)

Anti-Tank

M72 SRAAW(L)
M72A1 SRAAW(L)
M72A2 SRAAW(L)
M72C7 SRAAW(L)

M2/M3 Carl Gustav SRAAW(M)

M40A2 106mm Recoilless Rifle

ERYX SRAAW(H)

Mortars

M19 60mm Mortar

C3 81mm Mortar (L16 81 mm Mortar)

Artillery

C1 105mm Howitzer (M2A1 105mm Howitzer)
C3 105mm Howitzer

LG1 Mark II 105mm Howitzer

M777 155mm Howitzer

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E-factor away! E = Diameter x Velocity / 50

I look forward to it!

E=(DV)/50

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ERYX
SYSTEM
Alternative Designations: Anti-Char Courtee Portee (ACCP)
Date of Introduction: 1991
Proliferation: At least 8 countries
Description:
Crew: 1-3 depending on required load or vehicle available
Primary mount: Ground mount on tripod or shoulder launch
Alternate mounts: Shoulder launch--standing, kneeling or prone
Weight Excluding Missile (kg): 3 with II night Sight
4 with added tripod
7.4 with tripod and Mirabel sight
Length Overall in Firing Position (m): 0.905
Height Overall In Firing Position (m): INA
Width Overall In Firing Position (m): INA tripod, 0.16 on shoulder

ARMAMENT
Launcher
Name: Eryx
Launch Method: Disposable launch canister
Elevation (): INA, tripod; unlimited on shoulder launch
Rate of Launch: (missiles/min): 1 est
Reaction Time (sec): 20-30 (includes emplace time)
Emplacement Time (min): See Reaction Time (above)
Displacement Time (min): < 0.03
Ready/Stowed Missiles: 1/ 0

FIRE CONTROL
FCS Name: INA
Guidance: SACLOS
Command Link: Wire
Beacon Type: Infrared laser diode
Tracker Type: Charged couple device (CCD)
Susceptible To Countermeasures: EO jammers, smoke, counter-fire
Counter-countermeasures: Flight time less than 4 seconds
Rangefinder: INA
Sights w/Magnification:
Gunner:
Day: INA, 3x
Field of View (): 3.4
Acquisition Range (m): INA
Night: French Mirabel thermal sight
Field of View (): INA
Acquisition Range (m): 1,000

VARIANTS
Bumbar (Bumble Bee): Yugoslavian variant which appears similar to Eryx, also available for export. Penetration is claimed as 1,000 mm + ERA with a tandem warhead. Weight is said to be 17 kg with missile. Length is 1.2 m. A thermal night sight is available.

AMMUNITION
Antitank Guided Missile
Name: Eryx
Alternative Designations: ACCP
Missile Weight (kg): 11 (in tube)
Missile Diameter (mm): 136
Warhead Type: Tandem Shaped Charge (HEAT)
Armor Penetration (mm CE): 900
E-Factor = 5363 E-factor/AV = 48 * 2.5^[3.322(log(900) - 1.4049)] = 5362.964991

Minimum/Maximum Range (m): 50/600
Probability of Hit (%): 90
Average Velocity (m/s): 162
Time of Flight to Max Range (sec): 3.7
Other missiles: N/A

NOTES
The disposable canister/launch tube is attached to the reusable firing post (which includes sight systems).
Eryx employs a recoil reduction system with reduced back-blast, which permits launch from inside of buildings. A rest such as a ledge or sandbag is required for launches beyond 350 meters. Signature reduction includes noise and smoke reduction.
The original Sopelem 0B50 II night sight had a range of 600 m.
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I've been reading thru some of the MP websites and noticed that there seems to be a bit of confusion as to what weapons we have / are using currently.

Small Arms and Light Weapons;

Canadian Weapons
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E-factor away! E = Diameter x Velocity / 50

I look forward to it!

E=(DV)/50
I'll leave that to you.

If you want a head start have a look at my page, been doing this sort of thing for along time;

http://www.thesupplybunker.net/morrwpns.htm
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Updated the list of weapons.
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Updated the list of weapons.
Help me out on the rifles. C1, C7, C8..... Enfield, FAL, and M16?
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Help me out on the rifles. C1, C7, C8..... Enfield, FAL, and M16?
My research shows:

C1 -> FN FAL
C7 -> M16A3
C8 -> M4
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This should help
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This should help
Yes, that is very helpful. Thanks!

Now I can stat some of these for the Canadian Commandos component of the Snake Eaters encounter group properly.
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This should help
Some good information in there.

For the C1 Series there are 6 variants that where produced;

C1
C1D Navy Issue
C1A1
C1A1D Navy Issue
C1A1 8L Serial
C1A1 8L Serial (last batch about 1000 produced at the end).

Details of each;

C1

The standard C1 rifle as made by Canadian Arsenals Limited. Based on an imperial conversion of the metric made FN EX1 rifle.

C1D Navy Issue

C1 rifles purchased by the Canadian Navy were converted to allow automatic fire with the replacement of the following C2 parts:-

Safety/Selector
Trigger plunger

To distinguish between the standard C1 and the Navy’s C1D a Large ‘A’ was engraved into the butt and painted white.

C1A1

The following components were changed on a C1 rifle to bring it up to the C1A1 standards;

New pattern Plastic Carrying Handle
New pattern Firing Pin fitted (2 piece)
New pattern Firing Pin Spring (variable pitch spring and coloured red)
New pattern Breech Block fitted or bushing applied to the firing pin hole on existing rifles
Change Barrel dimensions (modify Chamber, Bullet Lead and Bore).
Retrofit (repair or replace parts to “As New” condition)

C1A1D Navy Issue

Conversion of existing stocks of C1D rifles to the new C1A1 standards, as listed above.

C1A1 8L Serial Numbered Rifles

There are two types of 8L series rifles. The first incorporated the design changes, which consisted of;

New pattern Receiver (simplified manufacturing implemented).
New pattern, square shaft ejector, for easy Unit removal.
Late pattern larger Handguards
New late pattern butt stock
New late pattern butt plate
New late pattern carrying handle
New late pattern body locking lever
New late pattern magazine catch.

It also incorporates all the modifications that created the original C1A1 rifles.

C1A1 8L Serial Numbered Rifle (the almost C1A2 Rifle)

At the end of the C1 production in 1968 the 8L series was altered, with the following components changed;

New pattern Gas block (same style as C2).
New pattern foresight protectors (same as that used on the C2).

This modified C1A1 rifle was going to be re-designated the C1A2. In total maybe 1000 of these rifles were made in this configuration.

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This should help
Was all the text lifted from Canadiansoldiers.com?

Researching eah one looks something like it.
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I have pistols, rifles, MGs, done, but the .pdf is over the limit.

My laptop doesn't have MS Office and I am using Open Office. OO doesn't work well with the Excel formulas. I may not be able to stat the munitions for mortars, grenades, RRs, and artillery for a bit yet.
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Upload failed again.

Hmm I'll try again tonight.
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Canadian Weapons two column -2.pdf

Might have worked.

Used the text provided by RCAF_777

FPS or MPS data from Wikipedia, CanadianSoldiers, Hornady, to determine E factor.
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