On the modern battlefield firearms are typically considered obsolete due to
their overall ineffectiveness against modern armor. Even so, they still do
have their advantages over blasters. The main advantage is the higher rate
of fire that many slugthrowers can achieve as well as an extended range as
projectiles tend not to dissipate over distance like energy bolts.
The Belecuu AR33-A2 "Vindicator" assault rifle is typical of many modern day
military slugthrower rifles in that it packs an extremely hard punch, high
rate of fire and a range equivalent to the standard light repeating blaster.
The AR33-A2 can easily be equipped with one of several scopes ranging from
a simple hunter's scope to a military sighting macroscope as well as a large
silencer making it suitable for sniper work. It may also be outfitted with
several under-barrel attachments including micro-grenade launchers, grenade
launchers, heavy slug launchers or even a heavy blaster attachment. The AR33
was originally designed to be modular in nature to allow it to fit into
almost any type of mission profile. The AR33-A3 model even features a new
removable stock for close quarters combat.
Belecuu Advertisement: Like the splattering chunks from a decent head shot?
Enjoy blasting huge holes through your victim's torso? Like the bleeding
that only a projectile can cause? Then try Belecuu Firearm's new AR33-A2
"Vindicator" assault rifle!
Model: Belecuu Firearms AR33-A2 "Vindicator"
Type: Heavy automatic slugthrowing rifle
Skill: Firearms: auto-rifle
Cost: 1,200 credits (clips: 25)
Availability: 3, X
Game Notes: On constant-fire mode the AR33 fires a burst of 4 rounds per
shot. Once a hit is established, all following shots against
nearby (1 meter) targets are one difficulty lower.
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