|Projectile||.45 (auto), 40-round clip
40mm M901 (single, grenade)
|Weight||6.8 lb. (3.1 kg)|
|Primary fire||Automatic fire primary mode|
|Secondary fire||Single-shot 'on-impact' fragmentation grenade|
- Developed by Aser-Tellinger and the I.I.A. in 2049, the TAR-15 became an instant sales hit. After its extensive use by EuroCorp forces during the New York riots in 2052, The weapon was exported under license to several manufacturers world-wide, among them EuroCorp-controlled Accelle-Sys.
- Under license, Accelle-Sys designed a more robust model, releasing the new TAR-39 on the market in 2055.
- The TAR-39 is a versatile short-range tactical assault rifle used globally by a wide range of Syndicate security forces. It was designed for close quarter combat scenarios and fires .45 caliber light armor-piercing rounds.
- The TAR-39 standard model comes equipped with a 1x/2.5x red dot digital rangefinder scope with a built-in DPSS laser sight and can carry an underbarrel grenade launcher attachment.
- The characteristic sound of a TAR-39 firing on full auto is sometimes known as the "EuroCorp Anthem", as it is employed by most armed personnel of that Syndicate.
- —Infobank description, Syndicate
The TAR-39 is an assault rifle in Syndicate. It was designed by Accelle-Sys Industries based on Aser-Tellinger Industries' TAR-15, and is a versatile short tactical assault rifle used globally by a wide range of syndicate security forces. It was designed for close quarter combat scenarios and fires .45 calibre cartridges that can penetrate light armour.
- Discrete Trigger Override, reduces the scatter of the gun - ?
- Electronic Ammo Feed, increases number of rounds in a clip - ?
- TAR-39 Red-Dot Sight, Takashi Red-Dot sight - ?
- FSS Ammo, increases the damage done - ?
- G40 Grenade Launcher, adds a Grenade Launcher as alternate fire - ?