|Place of origin||Republic of Surea|
|Length|| 870 mm (stock extended)|
635 mm (stock retracted)
|Barrel length||403 mm|
|Action||Gas-operated, rotating bolt|
|Rate of fire||950 rounds/min|
|Muzzle velocity||957 m/sec|
|Effective range||500-600 m|
|Feed system||Various STANAG Magazines.|
|Sights||Adjustable iron sights, 100–800 metre adjustments, 378 mm sight radius|
The AR14 is an assault rifle of the Republic of Surea Armed Forces, manufactured by Deftech Industries. It is a shoulder-fired, gas-operated, selective-fire assault rifle that feeds from a 20 or 30 round magazine and is chambered for 5.56 NATO. The AR14 has replaced the M16A1 rifle in Surean military use in 2002. The AR14 formally entered Surean military service in 2002.
The AR14 utilizes a tough polymer for the forearm, pistol-grip and side-foldable buttstock. Externally similar in appearance to the AK-47. The gas operating system is derived from the AK-47, and is consequently different than that of the M16. The AR14 uses the same magazine, fire control group, and bolt as the M16; the bolt carrier does not interchange with the M16. The barrel rifling has 6 grooves, 1-in-7.3 right hand twist. The AR14, as well as the AR2 carbine, can be equipped with the Deftech G101, an undercarried 40mm grenade launcher patterned after the American M203.