A law enforcement office’s lifeline is his or her weapon. Guns for law enforcement must be powerful enough to stop criminals and accurate enough to help officers hit their mark.

Manufactured by Accelerated Designs Multinational (ADM), the Halvok model firearms are the standard issue weapon for PCPD officers. The latest model, the Halvok 99, boasts unsurpassed durability, accuracy, and versatility. It features a simple design, is easy to clean, and has been designed to operate in extreme temperature conditions, justifying it as an ideal option for officers in all regions of the world.

The Halvok 99 uses .475 caliber ammunition. It has a larger magazine capacity than earlier models, holding 15 rounds. Compatible high-capacity magazines are available. The 99 model also has an ambidextrous catch, earning it the approval of both left and right handed officers. It should be noted that, despite utilizing the latest in recoil reduction technology, the Halvok 99 still has a noticeable kickback when fired, making it unwieldy for those with less firearm experience. This is partly due to ADM’s specially designed ammunition, the EAP (Enhanced Armor Piercing) rounds, which are capable of penetrating Avkar body armor and tetalium plating. Officers unaccustomed to the 99 model’s increased recoil may choose to opt for the smaller 98-B model, which sacrifices the 99’s impressive power in favor of reduced size and weight (the 98-B model has the capability to fire both 9mm and .40 caliber ammunition). The Halvok 99 also features Smart Target Acquisition technology.

ADM’s earlier Ventok series of firearms had been predominantly used by the PCPD until the line was phased out earlier this year. However, the Ventok 77 still sees frequent use by law enforcement agencies in cities like Old Metro and Silica, where compact, lightweight design is preferred over stopping power.

As per the Telson Act, all ADM firearms feature BID chip technology.

Danger Zone One. Story by Midnight. Art by Katsu.