Chainfire: This weapon must be fired using one of the two following tricks:
Gun down (Battery Gun trick): The target takes the weapon damage an additional time for every 5 points you hit by.
Firehose (Battery Gun trick): This attack targets 5 squares plus additional squares equal to the number of ranged combat feats you have. You inflict the gun's damage on everything in the area. Characters may make a Reflex save (DC 20 + your Dex modifier) to take half damage.
*** Stripped down versions of Spycraft's autofire.
Chambered(X): This weapon may be fired a number of times equal to the chambered quality before being reloaded. Each chamber must be reloaded separately.
Cookoff(X) This weapon may be fired X times before reloading. If it suffers an error, the remaining ammunition explodes doing its damage a number of times equal to the number of action dice spent. Siege weapons with this quality have blast 1 when they explode due to an error.
crew(X): This weapon requires the indicated number of adjacent allies to operate. Without this number, double the load time before any other adjustment.
Cannon shot: Grapeshot or solid balls and enough powder to send them on their way.
Paper Cartridge: Contains premeasured powder and shot, allowing for quicker reloading. Simpler cartridges are torn open and powder is poured into the barrel followed by the bullet while newer nitrated cartridges are loaded whole and burn completely when fired.
*** With a bandoleer, paper cartridges, and the Quick Draw feat most firearms drop to load 1. If the Multiarm feat is available, load 0 is possible.
Volley gun shot: This is powder and shot sized for the multiple barrels of a volley gun.
Black powder firearms
Flintlock weapons are still very common but new weapons use the percussion cap, making them a bit easier to use. The most skilled gunsmiths create weapons that fire several shots before being reloaded.
Note: If using these guns and those from Fantasy Craft, consider removing the unreliable quality from the single shot weapons.
Coach gun: This breechloader has 2 barrels and fires shot. It is named for its popularity as a defender of stagecoaches.
Pistol, Pepperbox: This pistol has four barrels which rotate under the hammer one at a time. It can be fired 4 times before reloading, assuming it doesn't explode first. That rarely happens.
Pistol, Pocket: A small three barrel pepperbox that is highly concealable.
Pistol, Revolver: The newest firearms, revolvers have a fixed cylinder that holds six rounds. Unlike other firearms, they are loaded at the front of the cylinder.
Revolving Rifle: This rifle uses the same mechanism as a pistol revolver. Due to the release of hot gas around the cylinder, this rifle is notorious for burning the hands of careless marksmen.
Consider giving Flares, Mortars, and Rockets the cookoff(1) quality.
Battery gun: This multibarrel gun is mounted on a cart and operated by two crew members. It is handcranked and belt fed. Each belt is enough for five long bursts. So far, the rarity and expense of these weapons mean that only those with military connections can obtain them.
Volley gun: This weapon has 10 or more barrels, all of which are fired at once.