Twilight 2013 Shooter's Guide: Pistol-Caliber Carbines

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Small but mighty...

The pistol-caliber carbine occupies an awkward tactical niche. Not as compact as a pistol, not as powerful as a rifle, and lacking a submachine gun's automatic fire... what's to recommend it? How about virtually no recoil, man-killing accuracy out to 200 meters, the same ammo and magazines as your sidearm, and civilian-legal purchase around the world – all in a lightweight polymer package you can hide in a tennis racket bag? Interested now? Yeah, we thought so...

Shooter's Guide: Pistol-Caliber Carbines is 93 Games Studio's first weapon supplement for the Twilight: 2013 roleplaying game. It examines the advantages and disadvantages of the "PCC" and provides detailed Reflex System information for 11 families of carbines and 7 companion handguns. Weapons detailed in this document include the Beretta Cx4/Px4 Storm, the Kel-Tec SUB-2000, the classic M1 carbine, and more. This dual-statted product also provides weapon traits and new qualities and feats for Spycraft 2.0. Whether you're walking point through the ruins of Chicago or running a low-profile covert op on Embassy Row in Belgrade, something here is sure to be a useful addition to your armory.

Product Information
8 pages
PDF release
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Powered by Spycraft
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Spycraft 2.0
Author(s): 
Clayton Oliver
Artist(s): 
Keith Taylor, Tyler Windham
Crafty Games Product Number: 
CFG99999
Release Date: 
2009-01-20