The XM22, also known as the Stoner 63A, is an American modular weapon system designed by Eugene Stoner, L. James Sullivan, and Robert Fremont in 1963. The Stoner 63A was a developmental weapon issued in limited numbers to United States Navy SEALs during the Vietnam conflict designated the Mk. 23 Mod 0 or XM207. It used a 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge with a belt-fed feed system and had a rate of fire of 700-1000 rounds per minute and an effectives range of between 200–1100 meters/220-1200 yards.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2: VietnamEdit
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In Hardcore mode, its low damage is not much of a nuisance, as it can kill in a fraction of a second if the bullets hit their target.
- On the XM22, the phrase "Make War, Not Love" is scratched in the back, easily seen while holding the gun in hipfire position. This is a play off the common anti-war slogan "Make love, not war."
- It uses an identical reload animaton to that of the M249 SAW.