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Hand Crossbow

The hand crossbow, in days of medieval kngihts and castles, was a crossbow small
enough to eb concelealed but had little power and one shot. Modern crossbows, which are
still popular with some, are more advanced. They use stronger building materials and more
acurate bow tensions. Also instead of a single quaarel being loaded onto the crossbow, a
'clip' can be laoded in the bootom. It works jsut like a slguthrower, the clip opping up a
new quarrel onto the bow when the last one is shot.

Model: Typical Hand Crossbow
Type: Crossbow
Scale: Character
Skill: Bows: Crossbow
Cost: 650 (100 for quarrel clip)
Availability: 2
Ammo: 6
Fire Rate: 2
Range: 5-15/16-25/26-35
Damage: 4D+1

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