AT-15 Afghan is an Assault Rifle featured in CrossFire.
This gun is like a camo version of the LR300 ML, with brown-yellow colour. Like the LR300 ML, it has surprisingly good accuracy,ultra-fast drawing speed, decent firepower and very fast reloading, but retains the classic 30 rounds magazine, along with a unique firing sound.
It can be compared to the M4A1-S Patriot, with 0.1 sec difference between the reloading times and the amazing stablity to stay on target while you are stationary. But headshooting from far distance requires more downwards 'flick' to maintain on target.
- CF Vietnam
- CF Russia
- CF Southeast Asia
- CF North America
- CF Indonesia
- CF Japan
- CF Philippines
- CF Brazil
- CF Korea
- There is no really an "AT-15 Afghan" Assault Rifle in real life. In Fact, this gun is just a standard M4A1 Carbine modified with Magpul aftermarket parts: PMAG (magazine), XTR (rail covers), CTR (stock), MIAD (pistol grip) and a different silencer/suppressor. This makes AT-15 Afghan a fictional name.
- This gun looks very similar to the newest rifle, the R5 RGP in term of design and skin color.
- AT-15 Afghan's firing sound is almost similar to Vepr's.
- The word "Afghan" of the gun's name probably means that the rifle is made in Afghanistan or being used by US Troops in some Afghanistan-related operations.