General Order 1142 - Standard Armament Policy
General Policy Re: Armaments.
- All operatives are to be responsible for the procurement and maintenance of their personal armaments, and maintaining proficiency with such.
- Operatives are to be provided a reasonable stipend to defray maintenance and ammunition expenses. (See Employee Manual for more details).
- Whenever possible, Operatives should utilize noncustomized (stock) armaments for ease of procurement and to better serve Second Mission (Concealment) objectives.
Specific Policy Re: Ammunition Stipend
- Operatives are to be provided a reasonable monthly stipend for ammunition expenses, both for training and tactical purposes.
- Operatives are to utilize noncustomized (stock) ammunition whenever possible. Rounds capable of being used in multiple weapons are preferable. The following types of ammunition are recommended for use by field operatives for ease of field acquisition and lethality.
- Handgun: 9mm Parabellum, .45 ACP, .38 S&W, .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum
- Rifle: .223 Remington, 30-06 Springfield, 5.56mmx45mm NATO, 7.62x51mm NATO, 7.62x39mm Soviet.
- Shotgun: 12 gauge
Specific Policy Re: Standard Firearms Array
- Field Operatives are required to have Standard Firearms Array Certification before being authorized to engage threats of Response Level 2 or higher.
- In order to recieve Standard Firearms Array Certification, Operatives must demonstrate proficiency with the following weapons.
- Handguns: Any model revolver, any model automatic pistol (recommended: .38 S&W, Glock 9mm, Colt 1911 or variants).
- Submachinegun: Any two models (recommended: H&K MP5, Ingram MAC-10/IMI Uzi).
- Rifles: Any model bolt-action rifle (with and without scope), any model semiautomatic rifle (with and without scope), M16A1 Assault Rifle or variants, AK-47 Assault Rifle or variants.
- Light Machine Gun: Any two models (recommended: FN Minimi/M-249 SAW)