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« Reply #195 on: April 08, 2008, 03:59:18 PM »

Removed: NUL (none)
Added: LUG - replaces NUL (none), SLD (1) - rounds are removed one by one, UPG (muzzle brake) - "Mag-Port" recoil compensation


The Single Action Army loads via a gate as well and it didn't get SLD. Not that I'm particular arguing, but that's why I didn't give it the quality.
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« Reply #196 on: April 08, 2008, 04:41:17 PM »

You have to use hand to remove the empty casing from the Zeliska as the ejector rod doesn't push the round out of the cylinder (it stays some 17mm inside the cyclinder).

I consider this gun among the same class as the T-Rex (a dumb idea) so I will give it every possible negative quality Wink
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« Reply #197 on: April 08, 2008, 05:18:05 PM »

You have to use hand to remove the empty casing from the Zeliska as the ejector rod doesn't push the round out of the cylinder (it stays some 17mm inside the cyclinder).

I consider this gun among the same class as the T-Rex (a dumb idea) so I will give it every possible negative quality Wink

Ah. There you go then.

And calling it a dumb idea is mildly funny, if only because that was the general perspective on the .600 NE round when it was introduced. .577 NE was considered plenty of power and at the extreme limit of manageability. And to be brutally honest, the Zeliska looks like it should have a stock and fore grip and be some sort of 'carbine'.
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« Reply #198 on: April 08, 2008, 11:11:55 PM »

Tweaked a little bit:

Pfeifer-Zeliska .600 NE Magnum
Rep Only Hunting Revolver
.600 Nitro Express 2d12 (AP 5)   1/19-20   5S4   28   50 ft.   T/2h   BLK, DEP, TKD, LUG, MAC (-1), MAS, ORN, SLA, SLD (1),
UPG (muzzle brake)   13.2 lbs   0   15/+0   19??   $21,728

Removed: NUL (none)
Added: LUG - replaces NUL (none), SLD (1) - rounds are removed one by one, UPG (muzzle brake) - "Mag-Port" recoil compensation


I call mine... Michelle!
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« Reply #199 on: April 09, 2008, 01:19:09 AM »

I call mine... Michelle!
And I name every gun I've been assigned after a little blue-eyed blonde.
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« Reply #200 on: April 13, 2008, 10:41:30 PM »

The only name that I can remember using for a gun was Bess, and that is because that was a common name for that type of gun. (As in 'this Bess here has seen a lot of use, had it's barrel shortened and the muzzle flared. Not much for range, but looks real intimidating when pointed at you.')

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« Reply #201 on: April 14, 2008, 09:55:14 AM »

And continuing with the pistol firing rifle cartridge trend:

Kel-Tec PLR-16
Cal IV Service Pistol
5.5645mm NATO   4d4   1/20   10M9 or 30M3   18   50 ft.   D/1h   BLK, TBR, SPA   3.2 lbs.   2   17/+0   2007?   $665



I'm calling this a pistol rather then a semi-auto rifle mainly because it lacks a stock or provisions to attach one.
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« Reply #202 on: April 14, 2008, 03:24:44 PM »

Bushmaster Carbon 15 Series Pistol
The newest generation of Bushmaster Carbon 15 Pistols feature full length Picatinny Rails with integral iron sights, and cool, comfortable forends for stable firing control. Operating controls are similar to any AR15 type firearm. The 5.56mm version accepts all M16/AR15 type magazines.

Bushmaster Carbon 15 Pistol
Cal IV Service Pistol
9mm Para           1d10+1  1-2/20   30M3   16   50 ft.   D/1h   BLK, SPA   4.25 lbs.   2   25/+0   2007   $1,055
5.5645mm NATO    4d4   1-3/20   30M3   18   50 ft.   D/1h   BLK, SPA   4.25 lbs.   2   25/+0   2007   $1,080



EDIT: changed damage for 9mm and E/T for 5.56mm
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« Reply #203 on: April 14, 2008, 03:42:37 PM »

7.62 KK 62

This is the mediocre light machinegun has been in service since 1962 in the Finnish Defence Forces, it will be replaced by the PKM (7.62 KK PKM). Good points of the weapon are low recoil, accuracy and ease of ammunition supply (as the weapon uses the same cartridge as the RK 62 & RK 95). Bad points are heavy weight for a SAW, sensitivity to dirt and humidity, lack of quick change parts.

7.62 KK 62
Cal IV Squad Automatic Weapon
7.62x39mm Russian   3d6   1-4/20   100B2   14   200 ft.   S/2h   LUG, SPA, UPG (bipod)   24 lbs.   -   25/+1   1962   R$---

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« Reply #204 on: April 14, 2008, 03:51:20 PM »


Bushmaster Carbon 15 Pistol
Cal IV Service Pistol
9mm Para               1d10+1   1/20   30M3   16   50 ft.   D/1h   BLK, SPA   4.25 lbs.   2   25/+0   2007   $1,055
5.5645mm NATO    4d4   1-3/20   30M3   18   50 ft.   D/1h   BLK, SPA   4.25 lbs.   2   25/+0   2007   $1,080


Some changes, correcting the damage on the 9mm and suggested error ranges on both, since the 5.56 Carbon 15 is a direct impingement gas operation.
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« Reply #205 on: April 14, 2008, 03:59:45 PM »

Some changes, correcting the damage on the 9mm and suggested error ranges on both, since the 5.56 Carbon 15 is a direct impingement gas operation.

Thanks! Changed on the original.
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« Reply #206 on: April 14, 2008, 05:15:06 PM »

The 5.56x45mm NATO pistols almost call out for a new quality, something amounting to a huge bonus to spot the shooter since they apparently have a truly inspiring amount of muzzle flash.
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« Reply #207 on: April 14, 2008, 06:35:55 PM »

 Grin  I think the quality should be titled "OH MY GOD MY EYES"  Cool
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« Reply #208 on: April 15, 2008, 01:08:37 AM »

The 5.56x45mm NATO pistols almost call out for a new quality, something amounting to a huge bonus to spot the shooter since they apparently have a truly inspiring amount of muzzle flash.
An idea on the subject:

Large Muzzle Flash (LMF): This weapon has a large muzzle flash, this gives a +2 gear bonus on Notice/Search checks to locate shooter. This bonus doubles at night.

Guns that should have this quality: 5.56mm pistols and H&K MP-53.
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« Reply #209 on: April 28, 2008, 02:50:19 PM »

Here's something for WWII games:

M1919 Browning Machine Gun
Caliber IV GPMG

7.62×51mm NATO4d4+21–2/19–20100B19275 ft.M/2hDEP, IMP, RGD, NFM (S, B, F), SLA, UPG (Tripod)31 lbs.25/+11919R$2,800
.30-062d10+11–2/19–20100B19275 ft.M/2hDEP, IMP, RGD, NFM (S, B, F), SLA, UPG (Tripod)31 lbs.25/+11919R$2,800
.303 British4d4+21–2/19–20100B19275 ft.M/2hDEP, IMP, RGD, NFM (S, B, F), SLA, UPG (Tripod)31 lbs.25/+11919R$2,800
8mm Mauser2d10+11–2/19–2050B210300 ft.M/2hDEP, IMP, RGD, NFM (S, B, F), SLA, UPG (Tripod)31 lbs.25/+11919R$2,800
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