This arms sale brought to you by;Haruspex International Arms
We of the HIA-Haruspex International Arms, would like to extend our thanks for viewing this purchasing catalog of various products meant to ensure defense of your sovereign borders, expanding into territory you desire, and or complimenting your army or perhaps even building your first.
What you will find here is a small list of current products available for sale in the bulk.
Everchanging is also our International Special. Today for example, if you purchase six S-64b Main Battle Tanks, we will give a 75%
discount on a company of twelve ARC-2/ARC-2RCBR Armored wheeled vehicles.ARA-2/ARA-2NBCR
Price per vehicle - $60,197.00
With the discount on twelve via MBT purchase - $$541,773.00
Your savings are - $180,591.00
The ARA-2 is a fully armored, four-wheel-drive, amphibious reconnaissance vehicle. It has two-pairs of belly wheels and a centralized tire pressure regulation system for increased cross-country capability. The ARA-2 has a box-like hull with a boat-shaped bow. The engine is mounted in the vehicle rear and there is a small conical turret mounted on the hull above the belly wheels.
The driver sits at the front of the hull on the left with the vehicle commander to his right. To enter the vehicle, the crew must climb through two roof hatches. The hull, which is constructed of welded steel, provides the crew with protection from small arms and shell splinters. The turret, is located in the center of the vehicle and is armed with a 14.5-mm machine gun with a 7.62-mm machine gun.
On either side of the hull adjacent to the crew position, there is a firing port. Immediately behind the firing port are three vision blocks which protrude from the outside of the hull, giving some vision to the front and rear of the vehicle. The belly-wheels are chain driven and are lowered by the driver and give the ARA-2 improved cross-country performance and the ability to cross ditches. The driver can adjust the tire pressure on all four tires or individual tires while the vehicle is in motion to adjust to the ground conditions.
The ARA-2 is fully amphibious. It is propelled in the water by a single water jet at the rear of the hull. The vehicle has an over pressure NBC system. The ARA-2 is equiped with infrared driving and search lights, a radio and aninertial land navigation system. At the fron tof the vehicle is a winch which has 30-m of cable and has a maximum load of 4000-kg.
ARC-2RCBR(Radiological-Chemical-Biological Reconnaissance Vehicle) This is the chemical reconnaissance verion of the ARA-2. It is equipped with lane-marking poles and flags. The flag/pole dispensers are located on the rear corners of the vehicle hull.S-64 Main Battle Tank
This tank is the genesis of the modern S-72/S-80/S-90 series tanks. It entered production in 1966, and was first seen by the West in 1970. It has never been exported outside of Haruspex until today. It may be regarded as the forerunner of the S-72, but many Haru tankers feel the S-64 is a superior vehicle and prefer it to the later S-72. The S-64 is easily mistaken for the S-72, but details of the turret, suspension, and engine compartment are sufficiently different to tell it apart by an alert observer. The S-64 broke a lot of new ground for Haruspex tank design, but has been largely replaced in front-line Haruspex service by newer designs.
The S-64b is armed with a 125mm smoothbore gun. The gun is equipped with an autoloader. The gun has a thermal sleeve and an improved fire control system. The commander can aim and fire his machinegun from inside the turret, even with the hatch closed. The engine is changed to a multifuel diesel.
The reactive armor on the turret and chasis has been changed to a type that offers more protection but is not as bulky. The commander has an image intensifier and can also use the gunner’s night vision gear. The fire control system is better and stabilization is improved. The T-64B is also able to fire the AT-8 Songster ATGM.
$283,972 apiece. Six Total = $1,703,832.00
With the Special Current
12 ARA-2/ARA-2NBCR Total = $541,773.00
Total Deal = $2,245,605.00
This is an absolute steal for the would be army just starting out, or the mature military looking for add on's to new divisions, police forces needing that extra umph etc.Small Arms Current Sale
Noting the needs of several nations, the Haruspex International Arms is highly concerned that a quality rifle is not available to every soldier not in the Haru army and this, this my friends, my comrades, is a travesty! A tragedy indeed we hope to fix. With that in mind, I present the current offerings available from HIA, to you, the discerning consumer.Kovrov HIA-971
Cost Per Rifle: $814.00
Bulk Price(100 Rifles, with discount): $62,250
Discount saves purchaser $20,150
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt, balanced
Overall length: 965 mm
Barrel length: 415.036 mm
Weigth: 3.3 kg without magazine
Magazine capacity: 30 rds
Though it looks externally similar to a modified Kalashnikov, it in fact uses a wholly different method of operation. The HIA-971 has two gas pistons and two gas chambers; the first set of these works as is normal for a gas-operated rifle, but the second moves in an opposite direction than the first set and greatly helps to dampen recoil. This is especially evident in automatic and burst fire, where felt recoil can be reduced by as much as 20%. Like most Haruspex small arms, the HIA-971 is constructed largely of steel.
The HIA-971 use a skeletonized polymer folding stock. The fore-end and pistol grip are made from high-impact plastic. Automatic fire is low enough (about 800 rpm) to allow for burst fire from trained troops; initial models had no burst setting, but Kovrov now includes a burst-fire setting in the HIA-971. The barrel is 16.54 inches long and is tipped with a muzzle brake.HIA SR-3 Compact Assault Rifle
Cost Per Rifle: $992.00
Bulk Price(100 Rifles, with discount): $74,400.00
Discount saves purchaser $24,800.00
Caliber: 9x39 mm
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length: 610 mm with open buttstock; 360 mm with closed buttstock
Barrel length: 172mm
Weight: 2.0 kg empty
Rate of fire: 900 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity: 20 rounds
The SR-3 features the receiver, machined from a bar of steel, and gas-operated action with long stroke piston, plus the same rotating bolt group from the HAI-AS. However, the SR-3 has no integral silencer, nor provision to mount one, and thus is much shorter than the AS.
Other changes included a more compact, top-folding butt and simplified flip-up rear sight. The redesigned charging handle, made in the form of dual sliders above the forearm, must be grasped by thumb and index finger and then retracted to load the weapon. The trigger unit is generally the same as in the AS, but the safety is replaced by ambidextrous lever above the pistol grip. The fire mode selector is of cross-bolt, push button type and located behind the trigger, inside the trigger guard. SR-3 uses same polymer magazines for 20 rounds.