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RanCorp Heavy Thunder MiniGun

The Heavy Thunder minigun was created by RanCorp to give those prefering firearms
the most firepower possible withing a single maned weapon. The Heavy Thunder can
be belt fed or fed from a backpack. It can fire at a maximum of four rounds per
second on full automatic or just under 1 round a second in semi-auto mode. These
weapons are often used by one or two people in a group to lay down a lot of supression
fire into enemy positions to give cover to their allies.

Model: Rancor Munitions Corporation HT-5 Minigun
Type: Personal gatling gun
Scale: Character
Skill: Firearms
Ammo: 50 (belt), 150 (back pack ammo container)
Cost: 5,600
Availabilty: 3, R or X
Range: 3-25/65/150
Fire Rate: 6 (semi-auto)
Damage: 5D+2 (semi-auto), 7D+2 (burst of 5 rounds), 8D+1 (burst of 10 rounds)
Game Notes: On constant-fire mode the HGG-1 fires a burst of 20 rounds per
            shot. When firing a 'spray', a hit is established, then a number
            of 'rounds' equal to the number to hit beat the difficulty or dodge
            by or 20 whichever is lowest, hits the target. If multiple targets
            are within the spray, roll once while rolling dodges for all within
            the spray, if hits are established they are spread sequentialy over
            all the targets. (i.e. if there's 3 targets and 11 rounds hit, then you assign one
            hit to 1st guy, 1 hit to second, one hit to 3rd, then another to 1st and so on till
          you have 4 hits on the first two and 3 on the last)
            
            Weight: When using, the character must make a Moderate Lifting
            roll each round in order to support the weight of the gun unless
            the mini-gun is mounted on a proper tripod.


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