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Home Sound Effects Battle Rifles and Pistols

Battle Rifles and Pistols


Battle Rifles and Pistols is an extensive library collection of modern firearms, recorded and designed by Watson Wu (Assassin’s Creed, Breach & Clear, Operation Flashpoint) and Nick Dixon (Call Of Duty, Homefront: The Revolution, Need for Speed).

The collection has been mixed and designed from 10, 12 and 16 channel recording sessions. Each weapon features a full suite of ballistics, foley, casings on four surfaces and multiple firing modes where appropriate. The library includes close and distant range ballistics alongside a small selection of impulse responses for acoustic processing.

Battle Rifles and Pistols includes:

Firearms included:
• AK47
• XM8
• Micro Uzi
• MP7A1
• 44 Magnum
• Baretta M9
• Desert Eagle
• Glock 18
• TT-33
• Benelli Supernova
Casings Included:
• 9mm
• 45 ACP
• 50 BMG
• 223
• 303

Impulse Responses Included:
• 5 Floor Apartment Stairwell
• Underground Car Park

Licensor: Watson Wu
Categories: , .
Type: Weapon sound effects / recordings
Specs: 133 files • 133 sounds • 24 Bit / 96 kHz • 2.6 GB • Includes metadata
Approx. 80 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

Full sound effects list for Battle Rifles and Pistols:

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Naming Conventions:

• BR AK47 Auto With Tail
• BR AK47 Auto No Tail
• BR AK47 Auto Tail Extra

Using the above as an example – BR – refers to ‘Battle Rifle’. Other types of pre-fix include – PS/SMG/SG/IR – Pistol/Submachine Gun/Shot Gun/Impulse Response. The term ‘Auto With Tail’ refers to two important factors. The firing mode ‘Auto’ and the type of effect ‘With Tail’ meaning outdoors or exterior recordings. The term ‘No Tail’ indicates the tail has been removed from the effect. This may be desirable if you want to apply an IR and recreate an interior space. The term ‘Tail Extra’ indicates this effect is the remaining tail extracted from the ‘No Tail’ recording. The two files can be combined and mixed to reproduce the ‘With Tail’ effect. Using this approach will allow a user to combine these files at run-time in a video game, or remix the effect to their own personal preferences for film, TV or other.

Two short IR examples have been provided in the ‘Distant’ category. The IR files to recreate these effects can be found in the IR category. We encourage users to source their own IR samples and further extend the potential of this library.


Recordists: Watson Wu & Nick Dixon
Additional Foley Editing: Barney Oram
Sound Design: Watson Wu & Nick Dixon


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