The Khaybar KH2002 is an Iranian-indigenously produced 5.56x45mm bullpup rifle, built upon a bullpup conversion of the DIO S-5.56 assault rifle, an Iranian version of the Chinese Norinco CQ rifle, which itself is a clone of the M16A1 with a different stock and handguard. It is intended to replace the aging G3 in the Iranian Army. It has an effective range in excess of 450 meters and a firerate of 800 - 850 RPM.
PSO-1 (10 kills)
25 - 18.4
17,000 Co-op score
30 + 1 rounds
124 + 31 rounds
372 + 31 rounds (SP)
2.9 seconds loaded
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Standing: 2.0 (static) 2.5 (moving)
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http://symthic.com/?s=bf3 Retrieved Sept. 13th
The KH2002 makes its first appearance in Battlefield 3. It is an average-power, average-accuracy, three-round-burst assault rifle.
The KH2002 is the standard-issue rifle of the Iranian forces following the coup in which Faruk Al-Bashir assumed control of the country. The weapon is then heavily-used by both Iranian and the People's Liberation and Resistance forces, with and without additional upgrades like optics and flashlight attachments.
The KH2002 is one of the seven multiplayer weapons which can be unlocked through the Co-op campaign. It is unlocked when an overall score of 17,000 Co-op points is reached. 126,000 Co-op points were required to be achieved before the R3 patch lowered the required points drastically. It is the second Co-op unlock. Like in singleplayer, it makes use of a 30-round magazine and features 3-round-burst and semi-automatic fire modes. Despite having only burst and semi-auto fire modes, repeatedly pulling the trigger in rapid succession can help the user to achieve the effect of using a fully-automatic weapon.
Although the in-game description states that the weapon is incapable of mounting underslung weapons, this does not preclude the usage of the M320 or M26 MASS as standalone weapons; it also does not preclude the usage of any other rail-mounted attachments.
- Formerly, Battlelog indicated that the KH2002 is meant to have a full-auto function in addition to the three-round burst and single-shot fire modes.
- While the foregrip is equipable and benefits the gun accordingly, the model of the foregrip is specific to the KH2002.
- The KH2002 is the only weapon of Iranian origin in the Battlefield series.