|Muzzle Velocity||620 m/s|
|Ammunition Capacity||5 Rounds|
|Fire Mode||Bolt Action|
The Traun is based off the Mannlicher M1895.
The Traun is unusual in being a straight-pull bolt action rifle. Thus, it has a greater rate of fire than many other bolt action rifles, but does have some reliability problems in particularly filthy conditions such as in a large amount of mud. Additionally, the Traun employs en-bloc clips rather than stripper clips. This speeds up reloading to a degree, and when the last round is fired, the clip drops out the bottom of the rifle.
However, earlier variants of the Traun are chambered in the older 8x50mmR round, which has a lower muzzle velocity because of its round-nosed bullets. This can be rectified by rechambering or buy purchasing the later variants of the Traun, which are chambered in more modern cartridges.
Traun Rövid Edit
A short rifle version of the Traun. Has a length of length of 100.3 cm and a weight of 3.09 kg. The Rövid version is more useful for mounted troops or for special troops like assault troops.
Traun Karabély Edit
The carbine version of the Traun has the same length as the short rifle, though it has a weight of only 2.95 kg. It, however, lacks a bayonet lug.
Traun Mesterlövész Edit
The main difference between the Mesterlövész variant and the regular rifle is the telescopic scope mounting. It is offset to the left in order to allow the loading of en-bloc clips into the rifle.