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In addition of being one of Rainbow’s favorite’s, it’s also a popular Law Enforcement handgun used by many Police departments across the USA, the FBI, the Secret Service and the DEA.

First appeared in 1989, the 9mm SPP Pistol is bigger and heavier than most pistols but it’s a little more precise making it a great option for Rainbow’s operatives when going on a mission.

Designed as an ARMY pistol with high armor-piercing capabilities. Low recoil and high magazine capacity makes this handgun a good defensive firearm against personnel in bulletproof jackets or in unarmored vehicles.

Sub-Machine Guns

The 9mm TMP SMG is a modern compact submachine gun. It is blowback operated, locked breech design, with rotating barrel. It fires 9mm rounds with a magazine capacity of 30 rounds. The TMP is reported as a very controllable and comfortable to fire firearm.

The 9mm M12 SMG is a recoil operated, select-fire firearm, firing from open bolt the 9x19mm rounds. It has a low rate of fire compare to other submachine gun and it’s also a little less accurate but it’s small size and weight makes up for it.

The 5.7mm P90 SMG is a blowback operated, selective fire weapon. It is fed from 50-rounds box magazines, made from translucent polymer. It was developed in the late 1980s and may be referred as a forerunner of the PDW (Personal Defense Weapon) concept.

A 5.7mm P90 SMG equipped with a sound suppressor that uses special, sub-sonic variant of the 5.7x28mm cartridge.


5.56mm FAMAS G2 AR fires 5.56x45mm NATO round and its rate of fire of 950 rounds per minutes is the highest among Rainbow’s Assault Rifles.

Once called "Free world's assault rifle", the 1980 assault rifle design inherited the best ideas and characteristics of Israeli Galil, Soviet AK and Belgian FAL. It uses 5.56x45mm NATO rounds with a magazine capacity of 30 rounds.

A light Automatic Rifle, it is one of the most widely used battle rifles of the 20th century. Due to its heavy recoil in full-auto mode, it’s often issued in semi-auto. It uses 7.62x51mm NATO rounds with a magazine capacity of 20 rounds.


This sniper rifle fires the powerful 7.62mm NATO round. Very accurate weapon, it has a magazine capacity of 5 rounds.

Machine Gun

The 7.62mm M60 LMG machine gun was designed in the late 1940's and its initial design strongly borrows from WW2 German developments. The 7.62mm M60 LMG was adopted by the US military in 1950. It has a belt of 100 rounds firing 7.62x51mm rounds with a rate of fire of 550 rounds per minute.