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SAS: Zombie Assault 3 Weapon
Minebea M-9
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Available at: Rank 36
Cost: $400,000
Ammo Cost: $25 for 250
Firing Mode: Automatic
Weapon Class: SMG
Capacity: 50 (Base)

100 (w/ High Capacity)

Minebea M-9 stats

The Minebea M-9 is a non-premium SMG available only in the mobile version of SAS: Zombie Assault 3.

It is based on the real life Minebea M-9.

The Minebea is unlocked at Rank 36. It costs $400,000, which is quite expensive but it has a lot of pros that demolish the cons.

It is a very impressive SMG at the Rank it is unlocked at. It is basically a downgrade of the ZCS Seizure. It has an insane fire rate, which is almost in the level of the ZCS Seizure. Also, it has moderate damage (but not as high as the ZCS Seizure itself), and average (good if AP rounds is fully upgraded) pierce, which can tear through the swarms and even the Mamushkas, Shadows and Bloaters in seconds with the use of premium ammo. Devastators take 1-2 full clips and Purge Nests take at least 3-5 full clips of premium ammo to be demolished, making this weapon a bit useful in Purge Mode. Mobility is also very good. Not to mention the cheap price of the ammo it uses ($25/$75(premium ammo) for 250 rounds). The only downside to the weapon is that the initial price is expensive and it has a slightly low ammo capacity of 50 bullets for a fast firing weapon, which consumes the clip in seconds (when the ammo capacity is fully upgraded along with the Hi-cap magazines, it has a total of 125 bullets per clip). Fully upgraded, this gun can rival the ZCS Seizure and demolish anything and everything in seconds, even Purge Nests! Overall, it is a very good SMG at its rank, and since it will take a grueling amount of time to unlock the ZCS Seizure, you may want to stick with this one for a while, as it is a very reliable weapon against the undead.

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