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Belecuu LMG-I "Minigun"

When Belecuu Firearms designed the LMG-I "Minigun" it was attempting to
create a more efficient way of killing large sums of people in a shorter
amount of time.

The LMG-I features a rotating tri-barrel configuration to help prevent any
one barrel from being exposed to a constant stream of fire and making it
extremely hot. The weapon itself is composed of a light weight alloy which
makes the weapon only a mere 11.4 kilograms in weight, light enough for most
sapient species to handle without much of a problem. The ammunition is fed
from a backpack ammunition container via a chain.

The weapon comes standard with a sturdy, padded shoulder strap as well as a
grip on the top of the weapon with the main handle extending from the right
or left side (depending upon user preference) for easier handling.

The LMG-I offers three fire modes, semi-automatic, burst mode and constant
fire mode. The user may toggle between modes with no more than a flip of his
thumb.

Model: Belecuu Firearms LMG-I "Minigun"
Type: Light minigun
Scale: Character
Skill: Firearms: minigun
Ammo: 300
Cost: 3,100 credits (ammo backpacks: 250)
Availability: 4, X
Range: 3-30/150/500
Damage: 5D+2, 7D (6 round burst)
Game Notes: On constant-fire mode the LMG-I fires a burst of 15 rounds per
            shot. Once a hit is established, all following shots against
            nearby (1 meter) targets are one difficulty lower.


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