While Concrete Jungle is, in a way, much more of a covert operation than many of the Blackhearts’ past missions, there’s still a pretty wide variety of guns in use. Concrete Jungle goes down in the Czech Republic (or Czechia), and so there are a few more options available than in some other places.
Erika Dalca, as the CEO of Ciela International, can afford some pretty high-end security. Her detail in the beginning are all armed with HK VP-9s in 9mm.
Those are the weapons on their persons, of course. In the vehicles, they all have short-barreled HK 416s, the piston-driven Heckler & Koch version of the M4.
Since Dalca and her security have thought ahead, they have overwatch, one member of whom is armed with a GM6 Lynx .50 caliber, bullpup anti-materiel rifle.
When the Blackhearts first get on the ground, the first weapons they get their hands on are FN FNX-9s.
A few more of Dalca’s security are also equipped with B&T MP-9s for more discreet work.
Of course, as it becomes more evident that they’re not just up against well-armed Russian mobsters, they need a bit more firepower. That’s where the CZ 805 Bren A2s come in, Czech-designed and produced 5.56 rifles.
The Russian mobsters are pretty well equipped, themselves, mostly using Czech vz.58s, though with a few AKs as well.
There are also a few Skorpion machine pistols floating around.
At least one of the Russian gangsters carries a 9mm Mini-Uzi. (Not to be confused with the Micro-Uzi.)
As well as at least one Laugo Alien in 9mm.
It’s not all steel and polymer. Artyom Garin, the Russian mob boss who really kicks things off, favors an over-under shotgun.
The Mafiya‘s mysterious partners tend to be equipped with a bit more sophistication, once again mostly with HK. The rifles are HK 416s.
While their pistols are HK USPs.
There may be a few ones and twos of different guns that show up in the book that haven’t been mentioned here. Keep your eye out.