- ArmA 2: British Armed Forces features a variety of weapons out of the modern British army arsenal. All weapons and their features were created according to the specifications of their real-life counterparts.
- Accurate models including graphics, sounds and animations.
- Variants with different scopes and accessories, including collimator sights, optical sights, grenade launchers or silencers.
- Optics have realistic zoom and field-of-view settings and reticles.
- FLIR thermal imagining mode, zerooing and alternate ironsights options
- Animated parts for shooting and reloading (triggers, receivers, ammo belts) and eject brass.
- Customized character animations for holding weapons based on inverse kinematics.
- Simulation of bullet ballistics, including material penetration and bullet deflection.
- Ammunition power and magazine compatibility according to the real life.
- Impact effects and sounds for various materials in the environment.
- Tracer rounds are used in a realistic way.
The 1911 (or M1911A1) is a single-action self-loading pistol. It was the standard side arm weapon used by the US army from 1911 to 1985; and it was widely used by US troops in WW I, WW II and both Korean and Vietnam wars. The 1911 is designed to use .45 ACP rounds. Even today many SWAT teams - as well as many other armies - favour this weapon thanks to the great stopping power of .45 rounds.
The L85A2 is the most recent version of the standard assault rifle of the British Armed Forces, originating in the "Small Arms for 1980's" (SA80) development programme. The new version has many improvements, and it no longer jams easily. On the other hand, A2 is slightly heavier that A1.
- Variants: L85A2 Holo UGL, L85A2 SUSAT, L85A2 SUSAT UGL, L85A2 Holo, L85A2 AWS, L85A2 ACOG
The L110A1 is a British designation for a Belgian 5.m56mm light machine gun Minimi Para. It is an air-cooled weapon, capable of fully automatic fire only, and it is adjusted to be used as paratroopers weapon.
This rifle features the red-dot Aimpoint gunsight and the AN/PEQ-2 laser pointer.
The L7A2 is a British designation for the Belgian 7.62mm belt- fed general purpose machine gun FN MAG. It can be carried by foot soldiers and employed as a mounted light machine gun. It is used mainly by the Paras and Royal Marines these days.
The AS50 is a .50 BMG sniper/anti-materiel rifle. It enables operators to engage targets at very long (up to 1500 m) range with high accuracy. The rifle is easily transportable and ergonomic and can be disassembled in less than three minutes and serviced without tools.
Long Range Rifle (LRR) is a British designation for a AWSM (Arctic Warfare Super Magnum) sniper rifle. It is highly prized as a dedicated long range sniper rifle that combines the easy handling with the great power and range.
The Javelin is a manportable fire-and-forget infantry anti-tank munition designed to penetrate the armor of today's heavily armored Main Battle Tanks. The Javelin has replaced the Dragon system in US Army and Marine Corps service.
The Stinger is a man-portable, shoulder-fired anti-aircraft guided missile system designed to defeat low-altitude air targets. The system is a fire-and-forget missile with a passive infrared seeker and IFF (Identification-Friend-or-Foe) system. The latest versions have improved range, maneuverability and significant countermeasures immunity.
The L111A1 is a British designation for the M2 .50 caliber machine gun. It is a very versatile weapon which can be used effectively against infantry, light armored vehicles, slow aircrafts and small boats.
The L134A1 is a British designation for a Heckler & Koch GMG automatic grenade launcher. It fires 40mm grenades at a rate of about 350 rounds per minute and can be used for accurate, long range bombardment.
- ARMA 2 content
- ARMA 2 Operation Arrowhead content
- ARMA 2 British Armed Forces content