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SIAC MBR 128 Pulse Rifle by Coonass SIAC MBR 128 Pulse Rifle by Coonass
This is the SIAC MBR-128 pulse rifle, In the black age wargame universe its a high caliber battle rifle used by the Imperial black ops.
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bigbearboy144 Featured By Owner May 7, 2013
Can I use this image for my nation on the site, NationStates? I won't be using it for any money naking purposes and all it will do is sit there with a bit of writing beneath it.
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Coonass Featured By Owner May 8, 2013
sure
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bigbearboy144 Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
Thanks man!
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mechanut721 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist
Looks like you can whack a Greenskin upside the head with it and still have it work well. Kinda like an AK.

I want this gun.

<3
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Alex9994 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The design is really great !
I particularly Like the barrel protection ;)
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darkstalker00 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2010
i love the look of this rifle and i love pulse rifles GOOD WORK!!!!
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Rovien Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009
How large are the original illustrations, the fluted venteilation is impressive!
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Coonass Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2009
on the size, the blown up version of the piece is slightly bigger than the actual drawing
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CrabTasterMan Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2009
It looks like this "pulse" rifle uses solid ammo. What is the meaning implied in "pulse" weapons in Black Age? Usually in other places such terms imply to energy weapons or plasma or the like but it doesn't seem so here.
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Coonass Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2009
This weapon is called a pulse rifle because it use an electron pulse (basically a miniaturized fission reaction) to propel its projectiles. Kinda like the pulse rifles from Aliens.
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CrabTasterMan Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2009
woah, talk about reactors in infantry weapons. FISSION?! Like how that lil' Cricket in MIB has the power of a BFG9000.
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Coonass Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2009
something like that, this weapon actually uses disposable reactor cells, which have a preset nuclear "load" inserted, in the round fires the "firing pin" which consists of a charged electron, splits the nuclear load which sets off the charge and fires the projectile. these cells take the form of casings inserted behind the projectile within the magazine, so the user can mix and match different loads and projectiles for different effects.
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CrabTasterMan Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2009
Sounds like a whole lot of needless stuff.
"...splits the nuclear load which sets off the charge and fires the projectile. "
If the round is still propelled by its charge no matter how much energy you put to set it off, it will not affect its velocity.
And the entire mechanism sounds like you got a bunch of high tech stuff (miniaturized fission reactor) to just give the charge enough energy to push it off the activation requirement, and go boom. I know the fission gives a whole of energy, but i'm afraid most of that would just make useless heat and would be impractical to use any of that and convert them to any kinetic energy for the projectile...
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lpowell Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009
I always thought the mag-in-the-stock design was really badass.
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Predator755 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009
Phew! Not a bad weapon at all!
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