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Not to be confused with the real-world Bohemia Interactive a.s.

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Bohemia Interactive Industries, officially Bohemia Interactive Industries, Incorporated, is a multinational corporation.


A multinational corporation with branches throughout Central Europe, the Green Sea region and East Asia, Bohemia Interactive Industries (BII) caters to the production of miscellaneous commercial goods and military hardware.

General appliances/tools

BII's household products.

BII manufactures some household appliances and goods:

  • Binder folders for books, available in either black or blue covers.
  • Bis-In-door stationery, available in M9 Yellow, M24 Super, M4 Stone and M14 Blue varieties (for pencils), as well as red or blue for their markers/pens.
  • The BiMeter, a general-purpose tape measure that can be extended out to 3 metres.


BII's mobile phone.

Their mobile phones, while long outdated by contemporary standards, are still widely employed by civilian consumers in less affluent countries.

Firearms Division

Stealth Sound Suppressors made for both 5.8 mm/6.5 mm weapons.

The corporation's most expansive and profitable division, BII's Firearms Division produces a variety of weapons and their related accessories.

Their known line of products include:

  • BISPODS, universal bipods that can be fitted onto any weapon platform with an underbarrel rail. Commonly issued to specialist troops amongst NATO armies.
  • The Cyrus, a heavy duty rifle chambered for the 9.3×64 mm cartridge. It is manufactured by the branch in Chernarus and is supplied directly to the Iranian Armed Forces.
  • The Mk20/Mk20C, a bullpup assault rifle/carbine chambered to fire the 5.56×45 mm NATO round. Despite its age, Mk20s remain popular with the armies of smaller island nations.
  • The Folding Battlesight, a rear folding sight usually mounted on CMMG's MX modular rifle.
  • The LRPS, officially titled as the Long-Range Precision Scope, a riflescope favoured by military snipers.
  • MAR-10 rifles, chambered for the .338 Lapua Magnum round and utilised extensively by NATO SOF and U.S. Army pathfinders.
  • Sound Suppressors, muzzle-fitted accessories designed for 5.7 mm, 6.5 mm, 7.62 mm and 9 mm weapons.
  • The Stealth Sound Suppressor, a prototype suppressor that can absorb and mask heat emissions from its weapon. It is intended for use on weapon platforms chambered for either the cased 5.8×42 mm or caseless 6.5×39 mm round.

The Type 115 bullpup.

The Far East branch also collaborates extensively with government institutions, and are responsible for the development of the prototype Type 115 bullpup.

Not publicly available for civilian consumers and only issued to select special operations units, it is a dual-role weapon chambered for the caseless 6.5×39 mm round with an underbarrel .50 BW anti-materiel rifle module.

Bohemia Armory

A smaller subdivision that also caters to firearms manufacturing, Bohemia Armory produces the Mk-I EMR, Mk18 ABR and Mk14; battle rifles chambered for the 7.62×51 mm NATO round.

Although its products are primarily intended for military clients, the subdivision also markets the Mk14 Classic rifle for civilian hunters and firearms enthusiasts.


  • The corporation clearly holds no ties to either the West or East. Insidiously, its only ideology is profit, and overtly functions as a war profiteering racket that has no qualms about selling hi-tech weaponry to both NATO and CSAT countries.
  • Bohemia Interactive Industries is an obvious parody of the game studio itself, but is often used as a stand-in for multiple real-world companies that actually manufacture their products:
    • For instance, the in-game Folding Battlesight is based on a real accessory designed by Troy Industries, Inc., an American firearms parts manufacturer.
    • Likewise, the various Sound Suppressors are loosely modelled after suppressors designed by the Advanced Armament Corporation (AAC) while one of its subdivisions, Bohemia Armory, is a parody of Springfield Armory, Inc.
    • BII's pens and pencils are based after their respective products produced by Staedtler Mars GmbH & Co. KG, a German stationery company. On the other hand, the BiMeter appears to be modelled after the "FatMax" series of measuring tapes manufactured by Stanley Hand Tools.
  • BII made its official debut into the Armaverse in ArmA 3.


See also

Armaverse companies and brands
Aerospace Astra
Air travel Larkin AviationPegasus Air Taxi
Alcoholic beverages Bardak & Sons DistilleryBoganSmädný MaškrtníkZdroj Zagoria Pivovary
Auto manufacturers CoyotaFTWGeneric MotorsHand OverLamataRozkosSUNDATZamak
Automotive parts Redstone
Book publishing Acropolis BooksAnvil BooksBroadsword BooksPurely BooksToucan Classic
Conglomerates Bohemia Interactive IndustriesVrana Corporation
Electronics AuaEuleKaiserkom GmbHMelleRaman NanoporeSonoStoneWellSungsing
Energy/oil Agola SolarBenzynaBLAZENAFuelMalevilShnell DieselSun OilTanoilTanoa Energy CompanyTucan Oil
Fast food chains BlukingPizza PrestoRed Burger
Finance Bank of TanoaBankRotFasterCardSUATMM
Firearms CMMGKalberg-KiseSister SystemsSovak ArmsVigilante Design
Firearms accessories ClearskeyeUnSure
Logistics Quontrol BrouwerijSWIFD
Media network AAN NewsNews TodayRadio ChernarusRadio HorizonsRussian Voice RadioTalk FMThe Tanoa Times
Mining/exploration DaltgreenSolnichniy Quarry Corporation
Pharmaceutical ArgophArmAMEDEX
Private military companies Cloud CorporationFlamesION ServicesTalon International
Social media platforms Chirrup
Soft drinks Burst-KokeRedGull
Technology Macrotech CorporationProcella CorporationVantland Industries
Telecommunications ALCOMKecalMCOMR.T.D. Telefono
Tourism Malden ToursTanoa AccommodationVisit Tanoa