reason: What could possibly be more stylish than a bolter? It hit me today: a bolt revolver. ================== Fideru:
A real haxxi-hair cleaning set and leather carrying case too; almost a shame to take it out and bless it in the Emperor's service.
No sights, no compensators, and the real devotees load by hand, shell by shell. Something to be said for simplicity - slip, click, and spin the cylinder to clear. None of your fancy ten step Guard field clearance protocols.
Kicks like a bastard, but gets the job done. If you need more than six Hyrus-pattern bolt rounds to put down the opposition, you're in the wrong line of work - or hung out to dry. Either way, at least you'd be going out in style.
- Class: Pistol
- Range: 30m
- RoF: S/-/-
- Damage: 1d10+5 X
- Pen: 4
- Clip: 6
- Reload: 2Full
- Special: Reliable
- Weight: 3kg
- Cost: 350
- Availability: Very Rare
I had the same general idea. Except this is what I had:
Weight: 2 kg (Not sure about, don't exactly have a real one to compare to )
Cost: 175? (Not sure about)
Availability: Rare/Very Rare
I had a lower clip size to keep the gun still somewhat hold-able in two hands whilst not being out of proportion (like, it's made for a human). Hand-Cannon rule though of two-hands or -10 BS.
That was my interpretation of a bolt revolver.
What could possibly be more stylish than a bolter? It hit me today: a bolt revolver.
"In what vessels did they pour forth their polluted essences, in what form did they hope to subjugate the universe, with whose hands do they, even now, reach across the frontiers of space in vain aspirations of conquest? It is both obviously and painfully clear that it is WE who they venerate they wish nothing more than to be like us, to be like Him whose children they envy."
~Reclusiarch of the Eagle's Heirs to Lord Inquisitor Uxoris
On the Supremacy and Virtue of Humanity