|Place of origin||Armed Republic of Dvinmiste Capia|
|Used by||Dvinmiste Capia Army|
|Designer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Manufacturer||Anarchy Gun Works|
|Unit cost||$1250 per unit|
|Weight|| 2.89 kg (unloaded)
3.40 kg (loaded)
|Cartridge||16-round detachable box magazine|
|Cartridge weight|| 96 g empty
335 g full
|Rate of fire||750 rounds per minute|
|Muzzle velocity||960 m/s|
|Effective range||750 m|
|Maximum range||1000 m|
|Sights||Iron sights or various optics|
The Mattock is a semi-automatic hybrid weapon with an assault rifle's low heat production and a sniper rifle's punch, functioning as a high accuracy semi-automatic designated marksman rifle with a smaller ammo reserve. Though it does not have a sniper rifle's precision scope, marksmen favor its increased power over that of an assault rifle to bring down hardened targets. Its lack of a full-auto setting is advertised as a feature rather than a shortcoming since it curbs a soldier's tendency to spray inaccurate fire under stress.
- The Mattock's main advantage is its highly accurate and damaging semi-automatic fire, making it very useful for pinpoint (headshot) shooting at medium to long range where it can neutralize most enemies with less than one clip. When equipped with a scope, it is versatile enough to serve as a main or even sole weapon under almost any circumstances.
- Although the Mattock is a semi-automatic rifle, it has very little delay between shots, allowing it to be fired almost as quickly as the user can pull the trigger.
- A squad of close-range enemies can cause real problems due to its low capacity and its semi-automatic nature. Thus it is advisable to carry an alternative weapon such as a submachine gun to keep the low weight and offset your close-range shortcomings.