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« The Vermin SMG utilizes a downward pointed recoil force together with an inline design, moving barrel to line with the shooters shoulder and hand to reduce the amount of recoil as well as muzzle climb. This greatly enhances the weapon's accuracy.
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Vermin .45
Vermin
Faction NATO
Type Submachine Gun
Caliber .45 ACP
Magazine
capacity
30
Variants None
Games
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The Vermin is a .45 submachine gun used by NATO pilots in ArmA 3.

Overview Edit

The Vermin is a personal defense weapon that uses a delayed blowback, closed bolt operation and is chambered to fire the .45 ACP round.

It loads from 30 round box magazines and can achieve an impressive top fire rate of up to 1200 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 280 m/s. The Vermin can only be fitted with optical sights on its top rail, but can also mount attachments onto its muzzle. It also features an unnoticeable integrated flashlight that is located just above the barrel.

The Vermin is generally superior to all of the other submachine guns because of its high damage, due to being the only SMG that is chambered to fire the .45 ACP round. Combined with having the highest fire rate of all the SMGs and being relatively light and compact, it makes for an excellent weapon of choice for both close quarters combat and use by vehicle crews.

Trivia Edit

  • The Vermin is based on its real-world counterpart, the "KRISS Vector" designed by KRISS USA, Inc.
  • It is one of the few in-game weapons that can utilise an integrated flashlight (though consequently this also prevents the operator from being able to mount a laser pointer).

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Weapons of comparable role and configuration Edit

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