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USG-45
UMP45
General
Category Weapons > Ranged
Type Submachine Gun
Cartridge .45 ACP Rounds
Repairable With Gun Cleaning Kit
Characteristics
Size 6x3 (18 Slots)
Weight 2 kg (5 lb)
Absorbency 0%
Internal Magazine 1-Round (Chambered Round)
Performance
Fire Modes Full Auto
Semi Auto
Range Very Low
Rate of Fire Medium (~600 rounds/min (Full-Auto))
Medium (~480 rounds/min (Semi-Auto))
Recoil Low
Noise 3 (Normal)
1 ((Very Quiet) Pistol Suppressor/Plastic Bottle Suppressor)
Zeroing 25m (Hip-Fire/Iron Sights)
25m - 100m ((25m default) Combat Sights/RVN Sights)
25m - 200m ((25m default) Baraka Sights)
100m - 600m ((100m default) ATOG 4x32 Scope)
100m - 800m ((100m default) ATOG 6x48 Scope)
100m - 700m ((100m default) NV-PVS4 Scope)
Attachments
Magazines 25rd USG-45 Mag
Optics Baraka Sights
Combat Sights
RVN Sights
ATOG 4x32 Scope
ATOG 6x48 Scope
NV-PVS4 Scope
Muzzles Pistol Suppressor
Plastic Bottle Suppressor
Illumination Universal Flashlight
Wraps Ghillie Rifle Wrap
Occurrence
Location Military
Rarity Rare
Selective-fire submachine gun fed from a detachable magazine. High caliber makes up for slower fire rate. Uses .45 ACP rounds. — In-game description


The USG-45 is a select-fire submachine gun in DayZ. Infrequently found in military installations around Chernarus, the USG-45 is a mid-sized, tier 3 submachine gun chambered in .45 ACP.

Overview

For a full overview of the gun and stats, check out Wobo's site on the USG-45


Attachments

Weapon attachments are any accessories or devices that attach to a firearm in order to add, improve or modify the weapon's functionality or performance. In DayZ Standalone these attachments take the form of sights/optics, handguards, buttstocks, muzzle devices, barrel and handguard attachments and gun wraps.

Magazines


Sights and Optics


Muzzle


Illumination


Wraps



Trivia

  • Before 1.0, the USG-45 was named the UMP45 after its real life counterpart. It was changed to a fictional designation along numerous items in a large renaming pass to avoid legal issues.
  • The USG-45 was first shown by then Art Lead Chris Torchia on Twitter.


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