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The SIG Stgw.57 (Schturmgewehr-57 , English: Assault Rifle-57) is a selective fire Battle Rifle designed in 1955 by SIGARMS of Switzerland. The rifle uses a roller-delayed blowback design and fires the full power 7.5x55 GP11 round. The Stgw.57 is a relatively heavy weapon, weighing 5.70 kg or 12.57 lbs, and is known to be extremely complicated mechanically, but its extreme accuracy and shooter minded features made it uniquely suited to the needs of the Swiss military.

The Swiss army adopted the rifle in 1957, serving as its universal service rifle until 1990. Export versions of the Stgw.57 are known as the SG 510. The SG 510-4 is a 7.62x51mm NATO variant with a shorter barrel and wooden furniture exported to Bolivia and Chile.

The SG510 appears in Battlefield Hardline. It is modeled with the metal furniture of the Stgw.57 while using the barrel length, charging handle, and caliber of the SG 510-4.

Battlefield Hardline[]

The SG510 is a weapon introduced in the Battlefield Hardline: Criminal Activity expansion for the Law Enforcement Enforcer kit, purchasable for $78,600.

While the actual weapon itself may be easier for Enforcers to control, its actual accuracy quickly diminishes over long range and firing at full auto making it a weapon difficult to control.

Attachments that help the SG510's overall would be the Heavy Barrel and an Angled Grip to help manage the recoil and accuracy of the weapon. Although it posses tight hipfire spread comparable to the FN FAL, the SG510's lower rate of fire means it will be out performed by most other weapons in close quarters despite its high damage.

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