"As you hunt the wolf. You stand alone"
The VAC Currahee is a .300 Blackout, integrally suppressed, carbine. It is a direct impingement, gas operated weapon system. It has a polymer lower as well as a polymer upper. The Currahee went through the same trials as the SIG MPX. It passed with flying colors, but the rifle had a failure to fire due to mud getting stuck in the magazine after being thrown in a wash after an Arizona flood. The Currahee has a Canadian counter-part named the "Blackfoot" used by the JTF2 (Joint Task Force 2). It is currently serviced by the FBI Counter-Terrorism unit, a handful of FSB operators, GIGN, Coast Guard DOG units, the GSG-9 and is being reviewed by the Navy SEAL's.
Caliber: .300 Blackout
Decible output: 110dB w/ subsonic
120dB w/out subsonic
Barrel length: 12 inches
Direct impingement, gas operated
Weight: 7.3 lbs
Rate of fire: 960 rounds per minute
Charging handle on the left side
- Currahee is a possible Cherokee word for "stand alone"
- Currahee! is an episode in Band of Brothers
- Currahee is the motto of the 506th Regiment. A unit in the 101st Airborne Division