|Range||75m (single shot)/25m (autofire)|
|Rate of fire||10/second|
It's constructed entirely of ballistic-grade plastics. It fires a frictionless, caseless .30 round (normally a 60-round magazine).
The RP-32 is virtually identical to the RP-22, except that it fires in 3-round, rather than 2-round bursts. This effectively increases the damage potential by 33%. This justifies that the RP-32 is slightly more expensive than the RP-22.
It can be fitted with optical or electronic sights, which increases its effective range to about 200 meters. Standard options include shoulder sling and bipod-mount.
The most notable feature is a magnetic feed system instead of the traditional belt-feed mechanism. It is estimated that free-loading ammunition will cut production costs by half and reduce jamming problems.