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Military technology has changed in the precipice world, with who made what when being different. Hopefully, this list will help keep these details straight. If you can provide a link, either to this wiki or wikipedia, that should help people look further into the further details, but if you link to wikipedia then a description of changes should be noted next to the list item.

Infantry WeaponsEdit

Small ArmsEdit

RussianEdit

Degtyaryov machine gun (1928, 12.7mm machine gun)

SVD Dragunov (1963, 7.62mm sniper rifle)

AKM (1959, 7.26mm assault rifle)

PK (1965, 7.62mm general purpose machine gun)

GermanEdit

StG 44 (1944, 7.92mm assault rifle. Not produced by Nazi's in this world)

MG 34 (1934, 7.92mm machine gun. Not produced by Nazis in this world)

MG 42 (1942, 7.92mm machine gun. Not produced by Nazis in this world)

MG-3 (1960, 7.62mm machine gun)

HK-33 (1960, 5.56mm assault rifle)

MP5 (1966, 9mm submachine gun)

G3 (1959, 7.62mm assault rifle)

PolishEdit

Kbk. wz. 1958 (1958, 7.62mm standard issue rifle)

Ukt. wz. 1959 (1959, 7.62mm general purpose machine gun)

FrenchEdit

FAMAS (1975, 5.56mm assault rifle; close to FAMAS G2, fiber glass handguards, enlarged trigger guards.)

FR F1 (1966; 7.5mm bolt action sniper rifle)

MAS-67 (1967, 7.5mm rifle; modernized MAS-49, lighter, can have underslung attachments and scopes)

AA-52 (1952, 7.5mm machine gun)

AustrianEdit

Steyr AUG (1975, 5.56mm assault rifle)

EthiopianEdit

EStG 44 (1970, Ethiopian. StG 44 altered to be lighter and smaller; easier to hide)

ChineseEdit

CP1960 (1960, variable caliber assault rifle)

Fusil M-1960 Mondragon (1960, 8mm rifle)

SwedishEdit

O38 (1968 7.62X39mm assault rifle, fully automatic and three round burst)

O39 (1972 7.62X54mm light machine gun; semi and fully automatic)

O40 (1970 12.27mm machine gun)

SpanishEdit

Armitage-Diaz V-5 (1963, 5.56mm standard issue assault rifle)

SidearmsEdit

FrenchEdit

PA-15 (1966, 9mm pistol)

MR 73 (1973, .357 Magnum revolver)

MAC-50 (1950, 9mm pistol)

United StatesEdit

M1911A1 (1911, .45 ACP pistol)

GermanEdit

Walther P38 (1938, 9mm pistol. Not produced by Nazis in this world.)

ChineseEdit

Officers Jian (ancient, sword)

Changhu revolver pistol (1960, .52 pistol)

Heavy ArmsEdit

PolishEdit

Rpg. wz. 1975 (1975, 68mm rocket, standard infantry AT weapon)

FrenchEdit

LRAC F1 (1975, 89mm rocket, standard infantry AT weapon)

LLR 81mm (1961, 81mm mortar)

LGI (1976, 51mm mortar/grenade launcher, weighs 9.6kg unlike it's real life counter part, which weighs only 4.8kg)

SwedishEdit

AT5 (84mm AT weapon)

Carl Gustaf (84mm AT weapon)

Towed WeaponsEdit

Russian/UkrainianEdit

D-30 (1963, 122mm towed artillery)

2A45 Sprut-A (1968, 125mm towed anti-tank gun. Wikipedia only describes the upgraded Sprut-B.)

FrenchEdit

MO-120-RT(1961, 120mm towed heavy mortar)

ChineseEdit

Moqui (Dragon) 2 (1964, 210mm cannon) 
Moqui210mm

Moqui 210mm

VehiclesEdit

Light armed vehiclesEdit

BritishEdit

Land Rover Series III (1971, offroad vehicle. Modified versions used in Africa as armored cars)

FrenchEdit

Panhard AML (1961, armored car)

TanksEdit

SwedenEdit

E-200 (1970, MBT. Turretless design)

BritainEdit

FV 4201 Chieftain(1965, MBT)

GermanEdit

Leopard 1 (1965, MBT)

Leopard 2 (1976, MBT)

Russian/UkrainianEdit

T-55 (1947, medium tank)

T-64 (1966, MBT)

T-72 (1973, MBT)

PT-76 (1952, amphibious tank)

FrenchEdit

AMX-40 (1975, MBT)

AMX-30 (1966, medium tank)

OttomanEdit

Khum Kaplanı (1970, MBT)

SpanishEdit

Centauro (1959, MBT)

Musteño (1975, MBT)

ChineseEdit

Tie Gui 1963: (1963, medium tank)

Infantry transportEdit

GermanEdit

Marder IFV (1971, infantry fighting vehicle)

Russian/UkrainianEdit

BMP-1 (1966, infantry fighting vehicle)

PolishEdit

OT-64 SKOT (1963, armored personell carrier)

OT-62 TOPAS (1962, amphibious APC)

BWP-2 (1976, infantry fighting vehicle)

FrenchEdit

VCA (1975, similar to LAV-25)

AMX-10P (1973, armored personnel carrier)

Antiair vehiclesEdit

GermanEdit

Gepard (1973)

Russian/UkrainianEdit

ZSU-23-4 Shilka (1962)

Self-propelled artilleryEdit

PolishEdit

ShKH Dana (1976, self-propelled heavy artillery)

RM-70 (1972, self-propelled rocket artillery)

FrenchEdit

GCT 155mm (1976, self-propelled artillery)

Spanish

Prometeo (1967, self-propelled rocket artillery)

AircraftEdit

Fixed wing aircraft (planes)Edit

GermanEdit

Junkers D.I (1917, fighter. Only still in service in Ethiopian Empire, used for recon and training purposes)

Focke-Wulf Fw 190 (1941, heavy fighter. Antiquated but still in use in Ethiopian airforce for support)

Rotary wing aircraft (helicopters)Edit

Russian/Ukrainian Edit

Mi-24 (1972, heavy gunship / cargo helicopter)

PolishEdit

PZL W-3 Sokol (1976, transport / utility / fire support helicopter)

ChineseEdit

Láng B-1 (1967, light support chopper, light transport, scouting)

  • B-2 model (alternate model, fitted with machine gun positions for additional fire support)

ShipsEdit

GermanEdit

Koln Class (1959, frigate)

Type 101 Hamburg Class (1959, destroyer)

Bremen Class (1970, frigate)

OttomanEdit

NEST class (1970, aircraft carrier)

Jihad Class (1970, destroyer)

ChineseEdit

Shadong Class (1970, destroyer)

Bohai Class (1971, submarine)

Dàpángxiè class (1950, aircraft carrier)

Chemical/Biological WeaponsEdit

North West CanadianEdit

VX Nerve Agent (1976)

SpanishEdit

Kuru (1978/1980)

InternationalEdit

Chlorine (1774)

Mustard Gas (1822)

Tear Gas (1914)

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