Look, I don't want to indulge in any stereotyping here, even for funsies. But I have to cock an eyebrow at this video for the Russian Spetsnaz, the fifth and final Rainbow Six Siege special forces team to be introduced—and the only one of them to bring a mounted machine gun to a hostage rescue.
Sure, these may not be the most well-considered kidnapping schemes ever, but who brings a mounted, drum-fed machine gun to a delicate crime scene? And especially one in which the object is, presumably, to get the civilians out alive and intact? The RP-46 is probably great at what it does, but what it does is chew holes in large numbers of people at up to 800 meters. What possible use could something like that be in somebody's living room?
Anyway, never mind me. Also in the squad is Glaz, a sniper; Kapkan, who sets tripwire bombs; and Fuze, who mounts a cluster grenade launcher on floors or walls that literally tosses explosives in multiple directions. To put things in perspective, he, and not the guy with the bombs or the machine gun that needs its own folding table, is the one who comes with the collateral damage warning. Call me crazy, but if I was ever taken hostage in Mother Russia and these fellows showed up to save me, I'd probably say thanks but I'll take my chances talking it out with the kidnappers.
Rainbow Six Siege is coming on December 1.