Complete Assignment Mk3a1 Specialist Creed

The Pancor MK3A1 or Jackhammer is a 12-gauge, gas-operated, fully automatic shotgun. It was developed by John Anderson in 1984 and patented in 1987. While the Jackhammer did reasonably well in its military trials (firing over 50,000 rounds without issue), it had various issues that kept it from being accepted; such as the lack of ejector, large frame, low magazine capacity, and, most of all, the designer's lack of funds to further the project. It is not clear how many guns were made as it never left the prototype stage, but there is just one functional prototype in existence[1] as the rest were sold to other countries and disappeared or destroyed.

Battlefield 2Edit



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"The Jackhammer is a gas-operated heavy shotgun loaded with 7 round revolver type cylinders. Due to its long reload time it’s important to be careful when firing on the full auto setting or you will find yourself out of ammunition at an inconvenient moment."

— In-game description

The MK3A1 is a weapon featured in Battlefield 2 as the Tier one unlock for the Engineer Kit. It is the only full-automatic shotgun, and fires from a seven-round magazine. It is significantly less powerful than the pump-action shotguns or the Benelli M4, although it shares their long reload pattern.


Zooming/Aiming Down Sights with the MK3A1

Reloading the MK3A1

A 3D model of the MK3A1

A 3D model of the MK3A1

A 3D model of the MK3A1

The MK3A1 unlock icon.

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Battlefield Play4FreeEdit


Starting ammunition

40 shells

The MK3A1 is a weapon featured in Battlefield Play4Free. It can be purchased for a price of 120,000 Play4Free Funds or obtained as a gift. It holds ten 12-gauge shells and is fully-automatic.


Вызовите службу безопасности. И давайте выбираться отсюда. Стратмор поднял руку, давая понять, что ему нужно подумать. Сьюзан опасливо перевела взгляд в сторону люка.

Его не было видно за корпусом ТРАНСТЕКСТА, но красноватое сияние отражалось от черного кафеля подобно огню, отражающемуся ото льда.


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