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This article is about a subject from outside Hideo Kojima's core "Metal Gear Saga." It has some level of canonicity within the continuity, but reader discretion is advised.[?]

Maverick personnel being deployed, with the MAK-200 seen on their person.

The MAK-200 was a Russian-made assault rifle created in 2015, as well as a standard-issue of various PMCs.


The MAK-200 had a small muzzle flash and report when firing. Because of it possessed an ambidextrous ejection port, it also was good for both the left and right hand, a rarity for bullpup rifles. It also was easily maintainable, and was built to be tough enough to take dirt without its ammunition chamber jamming every second. It also utilized 5.56×45mm STANAG magazines easily, making it easily accessible in nearly every mission, thus making them a favorite for PMCs.


World Marshal Incidents

See also: Raid at World Marshal, Ambush in Africa, Abkhazian Coup, Investigation in Guadalajara, Raid in Denver, and Operation Tecumseh

The MAK-200 was utilized by Maverick Security Consulting, Inc., Desperado Enforcement LLC. and World Marshal Inc. during the World Marshal Incidents in 2018. The Maverick commander Boris Vyacheslavovich Popov was very praiseworthy of the gun, both due to its variability in the battlefield and his nostalgia over the Soviet rifles, and was also ashamed that Desperado was using the same weapons system. It also saw some use within the United States Army in Pakistan.[1]

Behind the scenes

The MAK-200 is a weapons system utilized in gameplay by the enemy only in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, although the opening cutscene established that the MAK-200 is utilized by Maverick as well. Although a fictional weapon itself, its design is largely based on the FN-2000 Tactical, with it incorporating the AR-15 front sights, AK-style gas blocks, and ACOG optics into the make of the weapon.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Implied by one of the photos of the base attack in Pakistan showing a MAK-200 lying near a deceased soldier.