Weapons


Melee Weapons
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Stun Baton
$90
    The stun baton is little more than a big stick that delivers an electric jolt on impact. These use to be called cattle-prods, but the stun baton is a combat modified version.
When the target is struck, it forces the target to make a Hard (TN 9) Vigor check or lose all their actions.

Pistols
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ASP
$500
    A custom made handgun intended for covert operations for the U.S. Government. The gun is based on the Smith & Wesson M39 pistol. Some of the features are a clear Lexan grips allowing the owner to see how much ammo is left, rounded hammer and other parts to reduce possibility of snagging clothing when drawing, and no front sight. The gun is coated in Teflon to ease cleaning, resist corrosion, and eliminate the need for lubrication.
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Auto Mag Pistol
$300
    The Auto Mag is a heavy pistol designed to give handgun hunters .44 magnum power in a semi-automatic pistol.
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Compact Police Pistol
$120
    This is basically the same weapon as the standard Police Pistol with a smaller frame and slide. The gun fires the same ammo as it's big brother, and even uses the same magazine.
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Derringer (44 caliber)
$165
    This is a throwback to the good old days of Cowboys and Hucksters. Using the same design as Mr. Derringer's original pistol, this weapon accepts the powerful .44 Magnum cartridge. The weapon has the break-open design of its grandfather. The big problem with a pistol this small firing a round this powerful is that the recoil can dislocate your wrist, all the way to your elbow. Any brainer with less than 3d6 Strength that fires this piece will suffer 1d4 damage to the firing hand. In the Confederacy, the gun was often produced in .50 caliber. This became a favorite of the Officer Corp who wanted a little something extra in their dress uniform. The Strength restrictions still apply to the .50 cal version of this weapon.
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Grandpa Nambu
$300
    The Nambu pistol was a semi-automatic pistol used by the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy during the First and Second World Wars.
The pistol is a recoil operated, locked breech, semi-automatic pistol. The manual safety is located on the left side of the frame. The pistol is striker fired with a single action trigger. The sights are V notch and blade.
Type A Model 1902 Grandpa Nambu was the original variant designed to fire the 8 mm round, with a fixed lanyard, a small trigger guard, and grips that did not cover the grip safety pin.
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H&K MK23
$100
    The Heckler & Koch MK23 handgun is a semi-automatic pistol with a laser aiming module (LAM), and suppressor adopted by the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) for special operations units in the 1990s. The MK23 on the civilian market as the Mark 23.
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H&K P11
$300
    The HK P11 was designed as an underwater firearm. Since ordinary-shaped bullets are inaccurate and have a very short range when used underwater, this pistol fires steel darts about 10 cm long but can chamber standard 7.62 mm rounds. It has five barrels, each of which is loaded with a cartridge, giving the gun a pepper-box appearance, and it is electrically ignited from a battery pack in the pistol grip. Originally after firing all five cartridges, the barrel was be sent back to its manufacturer for reloading, but with a little spit, some tools and lots of luck some wasters have been reloading these themselves.
      A Junker in Lynchburg has been making the needle cartridges and selling them by the crates to Mazers and Lakers alike. Her cartridges run about $8 a shot but when your in the drink facing a Maze Dragon the cost is minimal.
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H&K P7
$100
    The P7 is a German semi-automatic, blowback-operated firearm. It features a unique gas-delayed blowback locking system modeled prototype. The P7 was produced primarily by H&K for the Greeks but the Mexico government used them as a sidearm for numerous officers and "specialists".
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Mateba Autorevolver
$400
    Developed in Italy, the Mateba Autorevolvers .357 Magnum can be loaded with .38 Special ammunition but typical .38 Special loads do not have enough power to fully cycle the recoil mechanism although the weapon will still function with a double action trigger pull. There are two optional recoil springs designed specifically for .38 Special cartridges that can be installed by the operator to overcome this problem (.38 Special and .38 Wadcutter). Replacing the spring requires a Fair (TN: 5) Tinkerin' roll.
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NAA 22 Magnum
$200
    The NAA 22 Magnum is a small compact firearm meant for easy concealment (+2 to Sleight o' Hand rolls to hide). Thanks to safety measures the hammer need not rest on an empty chamber. Using the original half-way notch cylinder, the hammer may rest safely and securely without chance of accidental discharge.
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Papa Nambu
$300
    The Nambu pistol was a semi-automatic pistol used by the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy during the First and Second World Wars.
      The pistol is a recoil operated, locked breech, semi-automatic pistol. The manual safety is located on the left side of the frame. The pistol is striker fired with a single action trigger. The sights are V notch and blade.
      The Papa Nambu is generally similar to the Grandpa Nambu but had a swiveling lanyard and aluminum magazine base. The sights, grip, safety and magazine finger pad were also different.
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Raging Bull
$200
    The Taurus Raging Bull is a large double-action revolver marketed to hunters. It is a big gun for big kills. It was made in several calibers, and sizes. Most used calibers where .44, .45 and .480 (Models 444, 454 and 480 respectively).
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The Judge
$200
    The 4510TKR, or The Judge as it's called, is a pistol that can chamber shotgun rounds. The nickname was coined when record numbers of SA judges started carrying them on their person for "self defense".
      Designed to fire .410 shotgun shells, most gun nuts found this it was woefully under powered. Alternatively it can handle a .45 that will put a hole in most wasters and then some.
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Thomson Contender
$300
    The Contneder is a breach loaded pistol that can chamber both .45 magnum rounds as well as the .410 shotgun shell with no modification. This makes it a multi-use weapon, but with limited uses. Sure you can put a hole though a man, or buckshot in his backside but only once before you need to reload.

Rifles
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AWC G2
$250
    A bullpup sniper rifle configuration produced in the early 1990s. Created to replace the M21 (Northern Alliance's battle-proven platform), it was well used, but never fully replaced it's predecessor. Several semi automatic variants were produced in four colors (black, white, green and panzer grey) and one fully automatic variant is known to have been produced (black only). Considered extremely accurate, snipers found that it was useful and trained with them extensively. Syker snipers adopted it before the last war, so production was restarted for them.
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Barrett M82
$400
    The M82 (also known as the M107) is a heavy SASR (Special Application Scoped Rifle). It is used by many units and armies around the world, including the Southern Special Forces. It is also called the "Light Fifty" for its .50 caliber cambering. The weapon was found in two variants - the original M82A1 (and A3) and the bullpup M82A2 but few where crated and the line dried up in the 2030s.
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CheyTac M-200
$400
    The M-200 is an American-made bolt action heavy sniper rifle designed by CheyTac LLC. for long range soft target interdiction (i.e., anti-personnel/sniper). The CheyTac fires .408 CheyTac or .375 CheyTac ammunition making it far to specialized by most government, but some Northern Alliance troops trained with them. The draw to the weapon was the LRRS software that made it even more accurate.
      The CheyTac Intervention M-200 rifle is part of CheyTac's 'Long Range Rifle System' (LRRS), which includes CheyTac tactical ballistic computer (commercial Palmcorder with CheyTac ballistic software), pocket weather tracker (wind/temperature/humidity/atmospheric pressure sensors) and Vector IV laser rangefinder linked to the Palmcorder, telescopic sight and a muzzle brake and suppressor.
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Hunting Rifle (.22 caliber)
$100
    The .22 rifle was one of the most common weapons on the continent (on both sides of the border). This rifle was available for as low as $80 brand new in some common department stores. The weapon was good for small varmints, and as a target-shooting weapon (Many kids' first shooting experience was with a .22). Though underpowered, the ammunition was very common and billions of rounds were in circulation at the start of the war.
      Today, even the smallest village will have a brace of these guns for catching small game, training the milita and (as a very last resort) arming the final line of defense against attackers.
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Laser Rifle*
$1040
    Modeled after a basic post-Apocalyptic variant on any number of energy rifle that were produced from to 2043 - 2063. Simple and to the point. Point and shoot, but leave a clean hole.
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SA-10
$175
    Sacred Arms put this out for Police Agencies the World over! A semi-automatic weapon that can be converted to various different calibres (5.56mm, 7.62mm, and 5.45mm. The 5.45mm conversion kit was only released in the Latin Alliance, and can normally only be found in those countries.). Unlike previous Sacred Arms models, Gunsmiths can convert these rifles to full auto on an Onerous (7) Trade: Gunsmith roll (Gives the rifle an ROF of 6). No semi-automatic mode is available after this conversion, however. This rifle can accept clips from the M-10 and the M-21, depending on the calibre it is currently equipped for.

Shotguns
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SA-3
$300
    A Gas-Operated shotgun. It was popular with hunters, as well as SWAT teams due to its reliability. It comes pre-equipped with a seven shot "Side Saddle", and has a design that prevents it from being modified to fire in a Fully-Automatic mode.

Special Weapons
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Rat/Snake Shot
$4
    Rat Shot (or also known as Snake Shot) are specially modified rounds meant to be chambered in pistols and rifles. Nearly any caliber round can be made into a Rat Shot by a good gunsmith (Tinkerin' roll TN: 9). The damage is determent by the firearm's caliber (.22 to .38 are 6d4) but most rounds have the same power as a standard shotgun. Range is also reduced by half (minimum 5) when using these rounds.
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TP-82
$800
    TP-82s were carried regularly on Soviet and Russian space missions from 1986 to 2006. It is intended as a survival aid to be used after landings and before recovery in the Siberian wilderness. The upper two smoothbore barrels use 12.5 mm caliber ammunition, and the lower rifled barrel use 5.45 mm caliber ammunition. The pistol can be used for hunting, to defend against predators and for visual and auditory distress signals. The detachable buttstock is also a machete sheath.


Melee Weapons
Name
Speed
Defensive Bonus
Damage
Cost
Availability
Stun Baton
1
1
1d6
90
3
Name
Ammo
Shots
Speed
ROF
Range
Damage
Cost
Availability

Pistols
ASP
9 mm
7
1
1
15
3d6
500
Rare
Auto Mag Pistol
.44
8
1
3
10
4d6
300
Very Common
Compact Police Pistol
10 mm
12
1
2
5
3d6
120
Common
Derringer (44 caliber)
.44
2
1
2
3
3d6
165
Scarce
Grandpa Nambu
8 mm
8
1
1
10
3d6
300
Rare
H&K MK23
.45
10
1
3
10
4d6
100
Scarce
H&K P11
7.62 mm/Special
5
1
1
5
4d6/4d6
300
Very Rare
H&K P7
9 mm
8
1
1
10
3d6
100
Very Common
Mateba Autorevolver
.357/.38
6
1
1
10/5
3d6
400
Rare
NAA 22 Magnum
,22
4
1
1
5
3d4
200
Scarce
Papa Nambu
8 mm
8
1
1
15
3d6
300
Rare
Raging Bull
.44, .45 or .480
6
1
1
10
5d6
200
Very Common
The Judge
.410/.45
5
1
1
10
1-5d6/5d6
200
Scarce
Thomson Contender
.45/.410
1
1
1
15/10
4d6/1-5d6
300
Common

Rifle
AWC G2
7.62 mm
20
1
1
30
5d8
250
Very Rare
Barrett M82
.50
10
1
1
30
5d8
400
Rare
CheyTac M-200
.408 or .375
7
1
1
30
4d8
400
Very Common
Hunting Rifle (.22 caliber)
.22
15
1
1
20
2d4
100
Common
Laser Rifle*
energy
17
1
1
20
6d8
1040
Very Common
SA-10
5.56 mm/5.45 mm
30/30/20
1
1/6
20
3d8/3d8/4d8
175
Very Rare

Shotgun
SA-3
12 guage
8
1
1
10
1-1d6
300
Rare

Special Weapons
Rat/Snake Shot
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
½
1-6d4 or 1-6d6
4
Scarce
TP-82
5.45 mm/12 mm
1/2
1
1/1
15/10
3d6/1-6d6
800
Very Rare


Items marked with an * are Junker made equipment.


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