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The Saritch (Russian: Сарыч) is a concept bullpup rifle. It was designed by design school student Andrei Ovsyannikov (as a part of his graduation design project) as a modular civilian carbine, with semi-automatic fire and 10-round magazines. Military versions were also conceived with 30 round magazines and automatic fire. However, nothing really came out of the idea and no functional models exist, as the only model of the concept was a mock-up.[1][2]

The weapon is featured in several installments of the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Franchise. It is designated as the Spear .308.

Siege[]

"A Russian .308 bullpup prototype, composed almost entirely of polymers. It has impressive power and accuracy in a relatively compact format."
— In-game description

The Spear .308 is an assault rifle featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege in the Operation Chimera expansion. It is available for use by Finka and Thunderbird.[3]

Overview[]

The Spear .308, this assault rifle has a fairly standard damage model, being able to down Light Armored and Medium Armored Operators in three shots and Heavy Armored Operators in four within its optimum range. Combined with a relatively slow rate of fire of 700RPM, it is subpar in terms of stopping power.

Pros[]

  • Low recoil per shot

Cons[]

  • Slow rate of fire
  • Subpar damage output

Weapon Attachments[]

Sight
Barrel
Grip
Under Barrel

Gallery[]

Stills[]

Patch Changes[]



Extraction[]

"A Russian .308 bullpup prototype, composed almost entirely of polymers. It has impressive power and accuracy in a relatively compact format."
— In-game description

The Spear .308 is an assault rifle featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction. It is available as the default weapon for Finka and is unlocked for Fuze at Operator level 9.

Overview[]

The Spear .308 functions in the same manner as its counterpart in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It has a fairly standard damage model, capable of killing low Tier enemies with a few shots within its optimum range. Combined with a relatively slow rate of fire of 700RPM, it is subpar in terms of stopping power.

Pros[]

  • Low recoil per shot

Cons[]

  • Slow rate of fire
  • Subpar damage output

Weapon Attachments[]

Sight
Barrel
Grip
Under Barrel


Trivia[]

  • In Siege, the Spear .308's previously stated rate of fire was inaccurate at 780 RPM, while its actual rate of fire in-game is closer to 700 RPM.[4][5] This has since been fixed.

References[]

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