The gaming engine SATR2 emulates 69 different weapons. Whereas the new SATR3 software offers more than 300 emulations. These weapon emulations are categorized into four (4) classes:
Today we feature the M1928A1, the famous Tommy Gun emulation. This is a world-famous, first released in the 1920s.
The Thompson submachine gun is a popular weapon emulation in the SATR system. Especially for those battlefield operators who have included some Scorpion or Commando models in their arsenal.
The Tommy Gun features a huge 100 shot drum. It supports both automatic and semi-automatic fire. The weapon has short-range and has 4 spare drums of .45ACP ammunition. And just like in the real-world this weapon emulation takes 12 seconds to reload.
Tommy guns were used by both Police and criminals to spread death in the 1920s. Its reign of havoc has been depicted in many movies.
This gun was also widely used during WW2 and later in the Korean war.
Listen to the Tommy Gun's features, click here.
A Scorpion or HB14 configured as a Tommy Gun would normally be configured with short-range.
Image attribution: The Blueprints.