Finally someone has created a light repeating blaster that is the size of a standard blaster rifle. The original SFBR-1 was underpowered when compared to standard light repeaters on the market and was never put to production. However, Kashan Industries decided to take the SFBR-1 and modify it so that the user could switch between rifle- and repeater-modes.
The SFBR-2 was designed to be used mainly as a blaster rifle and while in repeater-mode, the rifle partitions the power output generating less powerful blaster bolts, shorter range while maintaining a higher rate of fire.
-Folding stock: +3 to hit if used for one round of aiming.
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